Australian city trials speed bumps to slow cyclists down on shared paths

Trial of speed bumps in Perth has a few teething problems

A cycle path near the Lune River

(Image credit: Suloke Mathai/Flickr)

Cyclists in the Australian city of Perth will soon have to face special speed bumps designed to slow them down on shared-use paths.

Craig Wooldridge, the acting executive director of the city's Director of Transport, said that the rising levels of cycling in the city had led to conflict between cyclists and pedestrians.

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