A number of bicycle network signage strategies produced by state and local government are now publicly available. The following list provides links to signage strategies produced by the Queensland Government, City of Sydney and Brisbane City Council. It also includes a link to the Melbourne Metropolitan Bicycle Wayfinding and Route System working group project.
Queensland's Guide to signing cycle networks was released in 2009 and provides a thorough overview of specific bicycle route signage requirements.
Guide to signing cycle networks | PDF 2.1MB
Queensland's TRUM manual 1.36 Queensland Cycle network Directional Signage Guidelines, also released in 2009, acts as a supplement to the Queensland Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). This publication advises on more technical matters such as integration with other signage systems.
TRUM manual 1.36 Queensland Cycle network Directional Signage Guidelines | PDF 816KB
Section 9 of the NSW Bicycle Guidelines, released in 2005, details regulatory and advisory signage.
NSW Bicycle Guidelines | PDF 9.48 MB
In 2012 Knox City Council establsihed a working group to develop a consistent Bicycle Wayfinding and Route System for the Melbourne metropolitan area. Read more.
City of Sydney released their Bicycle Network Signage Guidelines in 2010.
Bicycle Network Directional Signage Guidelines | PDF 4Mb
Bicycle Network Directional Signage Guidelines Appendix A | PDF 3Mb
Brisbane City Council released their Bikeway Signage Manual in 2009.
Bikeway Signage Manual (Introduction and Section A) | PDF 836kb
Bikeway Signage Manual (Section B) | PDF 558kb
Bikeway Signage Manual (Section C1.0-C1.1) | PDF 805kb
Bikeway Signage Manual (Section C1.2-C1.3) | PDF - 859kb
Bikeway Signage Manual (Section C1.4) | PDF 1.2Mb
Bikeway Signage Manual (Section C2 to E and Appendix) | PDF - 535kb
Post updated 14 June 2012