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City of Melbourne to review recently installed bike lanes in bid to ease congestion

Tom Elliott
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The City of Melbourne has voted unanimously to review access to the CBD, admitting it may remove some of the 15 kilometres of new bike lanes it has put in during lockdowns if it makes it easier for people to visit the city.

The council says the pandemic has changed commuter behavior, possibly forever.

“We have to get this right,” Cr Roshena Campbell told Tom Elliott.

“We have to make it as easy as possible for people to get into the city.

“Bottlenecks are not good enough.”

A report will be tabled within six months.

Tom Elliott welcomed the news, but said he was surprised the council never saw it coming.

“I’ve only been saying this for more than a year,” he said.

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