Council and cyclists in push for safer facilities

IPSWICH City Council has joined forces with Ipswich's cycling fraternity by signing a formal agreement to provide safe cycling facilities for the city.

Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on behalf of the council with the 24//7 Cycling Safety Fund and Ipswich Sports House (ISH).

"It will help us to pursue a common strategy to benefit a wide range of stakeholders including council, 24//7, local cyclists and road users," the Mayor said.

Cr Pisasale said 24//7's major objectives were to research, promote and strategically plan towards safe cycling in Ipswich.

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