The GreenWay is an urban green corridor in Sydney's Inner West.
It is a bush corridor and a hub for community arts and groups, bushcare, walking and cycling. A campaign is underway to see the GreenWay shared pathway completed as part of the light rail extension from Lilyfield to Dulwich Hill.
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K to 6 students are invited to design a bike helmet using a template as part of Bicycle NSW Artwork Design Competition for the chance to win a bike and have their design made up into a real helmet for sale. Nine regional winners will each receive a bike and a helmet. Entries close 29th June. For details of how to enter click here.
After renovating this bridge for the light rail extension, a Southern Boobook Owl reviews the accommodation. Photo curtesy of TfNSW
A temporary on-road alternative GreenWay route will be marked out as a stop-gap to enable the community to find their way safely along the GreenWay corridor.
A recent Danish study has revealled that children who walk or cycle to school have have far improved concentration levels at school than children who take the bus or a car! The Danish researchers were originally intending to measure the impacts of missing breakfast and lunch on concentration levels, but found that the biggest influence on concentration levels for the first 4 hours of the day was whether the child had walked or cycled to school! 20,000 students aged 5-19 took part in the study.
With 23 primary schools in the GreenWay catchment this is another good reason to build the GreenWay shared path!