John Belchamber

Q1: If elected I will actively support safe routes to schools
Yes
Q2: If elected I will actively support local streets not through streets – to discourage rat running and make neighbourhoods safer and more liveable.
Yes
Q3: If elected I will actively support provision of protected space on main roads for people who ride bicycles.
Yes
Q4: If elected I will actively support a connected and direct bikeway network
Yes
Q5: If elected I will actively support 30km/h speed limits on neighbourhood streets – to make neighbourhood streets safer for children, the elderly and pets.
No
Q6: If elected I will actively support bicycle friendly suburban centres to allow people to shop and go out to dinner by bike.
Yes
Q7: If elected I will actively support the Brisbane CBD Protected Bike Grid which would allow people to get around the CBD safely and conveniently by bicycle.
Yes
Q8: If elected I will actively support a full time protected bikeway on Sylvan Rd Toowong.
Yes
Q9: If elected I will actively support removing Bicycle Awareness Zones from the BCC bicycle kilometre count.
Yes
Q10: Please list at least one project or initiative that you will actively support to improve cycling in your ward.
Working with my Greens Colleague Chris Turnbull, candidate for Walter Taylor Ward, we are putting together a plan for a cycle route to take cyclists off the dangerous Moggill Road route.
The Greens have also published several policies for safer cycling across Brisbane including a grid of safe cycling routes through the CBD.