e.CAN Email Bulletin

e.CAN was CAN's regular free email newsletter from 2001 to 2017, distributed to CAN members, Friends of CAN and other interested people. In 2017 e.CAN was merged with our magazine, ChainLinks.
16 December, 2009 - 10:22

- Musicians demand cycling on the Auckland Harbour Bridge
- Toll could pave the way for pedestrians and cyclists
- Cyclists declare John Key a cycling champion
- CAN seeks Media & Marketing Co-ordinator
- Young Kiwis want transport change
- South Island's canals by bike
- How to get more bicyclists on the road: find out what women want
- Cycling facilities do reduce crashes, says report
- Australian Cycling Conference 2010
- Experts stress health benefits of cycling
- Walk (or cycle) and ignore the food miles, British told

2 November, 2009 - 09:22

- CAN Cycle-Friendly Awards finalists announced
- NZ Cycling Conference and CAN Do 2009 - register now!
- Cycle tourism boom at risk if road safety doesn't improve
- Cycling advocates call for stop to cyclist-bashing
- No cell phone use while biking
- New Zealand Cycleway funding process announced
- Cycle, walkways at dead end in Hamilton
- Light will alert drivers to bike riders at Auckland black spot
- UK to get 10,000 secure bike parking spaces at train stations
- Cycling plan to blame UK drivers by default for all crashes

14 September, 2009 - 10:05

Contents: - CAN Cycle-Friendly Awards 2009- get your nominations in! - NZ Cycling Conference and CAN Do 2009 - register now! - NZ cycling advocates ride on World Carfree Day - BikeNZ launches 1.5m to survive challenge - Auckland 'Urban rides' excite planners - 'I want to ride my bike': overcoming barriers to cycling to intermediate schools - Job vacancy at Living Streets - Copenhagen to spend $47 million on cycle highways - Surge in cycle commuting in USA - Cycle lanes encourage motorists to drive closer to bikes, says study - Weblinks

21 August, 2009 - 10:03

- CAN Cycle-Friendly Awards 2009- get your nominations in!
- NZ Cycling Conference 2009 - register now!
- Cycling advocates support first National Cycleway projects
- New Auckland Harbour Bridge proposal gives room for cyclists
- Cell phones are out, hook turns are in
- Electronic signs add to cycle improvements on State Highway 2, Wellington
- Australian Cycling Conference - call for papers
- Germans getting on their bikes in ever greater numbers
- Twitter tackles bike thieves
- New York law says: let bikes in the lift
- New cycling laws in the US

21 July, 2009 - 09:59

- CAN Cycle-Friendly Awards 2009 nominations called for
- Cycleway more robust than ever
- Heaphy track to reopen for bikes?
- Rental bike scheme an option for World Cup
- Bike Futures conference, Melbourne, 15-16 October
- Make our cities like Bogota, says World Cancer Research Fund
- Safety in numbers hits the UK
- Obama's transport bill challenged by bike-friendly congressman
- Fines or jail for cyclist harassment in Columbia (USA)
- Amsterdam: more trips by bike than by car
- UK bike shops struggle to keep up with demand

24 June, 2009 - 09:57

- NZTA cyclist instructor survey
- CAN launches new cycling safety vest
- Auckland: the new Copenhagen?
- Time for NZTA to take walking & cycling seriously, say bridge riders
- ANA conference: accessibility planning for walking and cycling
- Over a million use UK National Cycle Network daily
- EC commits to 're-cycling cities'
- London is seeing a 'bicycle boom'
- Thefts puncture Paris bike scheme
- Weblinks


26 May, 2009 - 09:46

- Cycling advocates welcome national cycleway
- Greens join cycleway project
- NZ Cycling Conference 2009: call for presentations
- Bridge forbids activists' protest crossing plan
- Dunedin walking and cycling strategy fast-tracked
- Road Safety Strategy under revision
- Road safety innovation and achievement awards
- UK cuts speed limits to save lives
- Korean president goes bike to basics
- CO2 policies need to include cycling, says research
- Urban design turning kids off being active
- Colorado drivers to steer clear of cyclists or get fined

17 April, 2009 - 10:14

- Cyclists angered by funding cuts
- Could the 'national cycleway' be paved with gold?
- It's submissions time
- Cycle mad centres congratulated
- Cyclists urged to light up
- Valuing the health benefits of walking and cycling
- It pays to invest in bikes, Cycling England tells councils
- Denmark to spend $16 billion to get people out of cars
- Austrians pedal a record
- Weblinks


9 March, 2009 - 10:27

- National cycleway good economic sense, say cyclists
- Economic crisis an opportunity to invest in cycling, says US congressman
- Cash for cycling in U.S. economic stimulus package
- The wake-up call for drivers that rumbles
- New resources for bikers, councils and advocates on CAN website
- Eco-plan unveiled for Melbourne suburb
- Brisbane gets Paris-style hire bikes
- And bike rental schemes go to India
- Weblinks


4 February, 2009 - 10:23

- 2009 is the year to get on your bike
- February is Bike Wise Month
- Bus bike-rack trial successful
- Cyclists angry at 'dead horse' talk on Auckland Harbour Bridge
- MoT releases 'cycling for transport' fact sheet
- And more new publications from NZTA
- 'No guarantee' on transport funds, says Minister
- Tax breaks for bikers in the US
- London bikers permitted to ride against the traffic
- Commuter cycling booming in Adelaide
- Weblinks


31 December, 2008 - 14:21

- Raising the profile of walking and cycling in New Zealand
- CAN welcomes RideStrong
- What works for you?
- Drivers behaving badly main factor keeping Kiwis off bikes
- New resources from HEHA
- Cycling and walking save billions, says new report
- Bike rage in Brisbane
- Time for Google to get cycle friendly
- Weblinks


28 November, 2008 - 09:17

- Harbour bridge: Transport Agency says 'Kill it', GetAcross says 'Trial it!'
- Great Harbour Way a step closer
- UK MPs say slow down for cyclists
- Bicycle production reaches 130 million units
- Credit crunch drives Brits to cycle
- Rethinking transportation safety
- Car lanes to shrink to make way for cyclists in Korea
- US cities rack up public artwork with bike racks
- European support for bicycles promotes sharing of the wheels
- Weblinks


5 November, 2008 - 20:20

- Gemini Cycle-Friendly Awards Winners Announced
- Cycle to your polling booth on voting day!
- Government by National threatens cycling
- Minister welcomes AA's road safety call
- Cycle helmet safety regulations questioned
- Helmets aren't the issue, says BikeNZ
- Call for papers: Transport Demand Management conference
- Urban segment fuelling bike sales
- A virtuous cycle: safety in numbers for riders says research
- Active Transportation for America
- Bike test reveals city safety
- Chile changes to bicycles
- Weblinks

30 September, 2008 - 20:49
- Cycling advocates call for cyclists to vote 'with their wheels'
- Two steps forward and one back for Auckland Harbour Bridge walkway/cycleway
- Mixed progress on Auckland Harbour Bridge cycleway
- CAN cycle safety petition presented to Minister of Transport
- Gemini Cycle-Friendly Awards finalists announced
- New CAN website goes live
- New roadside service for Tasmanian cyclists
- Provision of cycling rights of way: how to make cycling safe and convenient for everyone
- Want to make a difference for cyclists? Start a war
29 September, 2008 - 09:32
- Government oil-shock report recommends more space for cyclists
- Auckland City councillors vote against harbour bridge cycleway
- Walking and Cycling Micro-Fund provides $1000 grants
- Cyclist Skills Instructor Workshop, 8 - 10th October 2008, Wellington
- Cycling in Dunedin- are the councils keeping up?
- Nelson police keen to get pedalling
- Go and hear Gil Penalosa
- New York closes streets to traffic
- Scots offered free use of bikes in green transport scheme
- Weblinks

29 September, 2008 - 09:23
- Gemini Cycle Friendly Awards- deadline extension
- Reminder- have you signed the petition supporting CAN's 9-point plan?
- Job vacancy- CAN Administration Officer
- Who CAN Do?
- New Zealand transport strategy takes baby steps
- Inspirational cycling stories wanted
- Train charge gone but cyclists no better off
- Cyclists in greater danger during winter
- Health Promotion Forum Symposium 2008
- Sydney's drivers 'worst' for bike rage
- Trek Announces "Go By Bike Challenge"
- Weblinks

12 August, 2008 - 14:59

- Cyclists petition government for cycle safety
- Gemini Cycle Friendly Awards- get your nominations in
- Need funds for your local cycling advocacy group?
- U.S. Mayors adopt bike resolution
- Fuel crunch boosts demand for commuter bikes
- U.S. cities going green, on two wheels
- Ghost bikes
- Roading New Zealand Conference: Sustainability & People
- Call for conference papers: 'Improving the Road Network'
- Job vacancy: Living Streets, Auckland
- Weblinks


2 July, 2008 - 14:43

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24 June, 2008 - 10:25

- Cycling advocates say 'get used to petrol price hikes'
- Gemini Cycle-Friendly Awards 2008 nominations called for
- Put it in your diary - the annual CAN Do, 3-5 October
- Bicycle fee dropped for Wellington rail users
- Job vacancy: Hamilton City Council walking & cycling projects engineer
- Cycling and walking key to solving global food crisis
- Bicycles pedaling into the spotlight
- Build traffic out of kids' lives, urge experts
- USA to get cycling strategy
- Weblinks