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Melbourne's Peninsula Link Trail opens to cyclists

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Melbourne's Peninsula Link Trail along the freeway. Cycle Traveller

Sections of a new 25km cycleway in Melbourne have opened, providing faster and safer access for cyclists between the Mornington Peninsula and the city centre.

“The Peninsula Link Trail will mean that people can ride, walk or run all the way from Moorooduc to Patterson Lakes, and then onto the CBD through various other trails,” Minister for Roads Terry Mulder said in a statement.

More than 17km of the shared path opened on Saturday, with the remaining sections between Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve and the Mornington Peninsula Tourist Rail in Moorooduc expected to open in the coming months.

The Trail is part of the new Peninsula Link freeway.

The Peninsula Link Trail connects to a number of shared bike and walking paths at the Patterson River, including the 36km Eastlink into the city centre.

You can find an interactive map of the new trail on the Linking Melbourne Authority's website.

Image: A section of the Trail and Freeway near Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve while under construction. Source: Linking Melbourne Authority.

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