A MELBOURNE councillor has voiced concerns about a controversial plan to make Princes Bridge more bike-friendly by removing two car lanes, saying other options should be explored first.
Cr Richard Foster said a better delineation of the bike lanes over the busy bridge should be among them. “We haven’t yet made efforts to colour, pave or widen them . . . We have a line painted on a ground with a symbol of a bike, and I think we can do a lot better than that,” Cr Foster said.
“These are the sorts of things that could well relieve congestion without first interfering with traffic lanes.”
The Herald Sun revealed the Melbourne City Council proposal, which would cost about $150,000, last month.
Cr Foster said there were also “significant pedestrian access issues” with the nearby tram stop