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Your views: on city bikeways, and a Crows park lands HQ

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Today, readers comment on more delay for planned city bikeways, and Adelaide Football Club hopes to move onto the aquatic centre site.

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Commenting on the story: City bikeways now unlikely before 2021

There will never be a good time to start if (ACC) base that start on other developments being completed.

Wake up, make a commitment and enough with the ridiculous excuses!

I propose you reduce your salaries by 20% until you deliver on this long overdue project that holds the lives of cyclists in the balance.

In the meantime you should and must take full responsibility as a result of your inaction.

We pride ourselves on being a cycling state and home of the Tour Down Under with giant bikes in Victoria Square, while we treat our own cyclists with such disrespect. Rob Naudi

With the hotel works delaying the north/south bikeway rollout, I would have thought it sensible for the council to move forward the starting of the east/west bikeway. – Will Matthews

The proliferation of abandoned free bikes and helmets along many streets suggest to me that there should be proper nominated ‘docking’ spots (viz some currently available spots). – Malcolm Patterson

Commenting on the story: City council tells Crows: Release park lands HQ plan or we scrap it

The Crows should try for a partnership with SA Tennis to spend the millions at their disposal to develop the area where the tennis centre is for their club rooms and function centre for use by the Crows and SA Tennis.

It seems trying to deal with the Adelaide council is going to end in heartache for the members and the club. Ron Davis

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