The prosecution is seeking to prohibit the woman charged in relation to the crash that killed Bendigo cyclist Jason Lowndes from driving while on bail.
Billie Rodda, 20, appeared in the Bendigo Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday for a committal mention.
The Office of Public Prosecutions sought to apply for an amendment to Ms Rodda’s bail conditions that would prohibit her from driving, but magistrate Sarah Leighfield declined to hear it as the defence had not been given notice.
The court heard Ms Rodda’s licence was not disqualified at the time charges were laid, and she had been driving.
Ms Leighfield said an application could be heard at the next hearing.
The court heard there was also new material related to a further assessment of the scene of the crash.
Ms Rodda is charged with dangerous driving causing death, careless driving and using a mobile phone while driving in relation to the crash on Sedgwick Road on the morning of December 22 last year.
Mr Lowndes, a professional cyclist, was on a training ride when he was struck by a car.
He was airlifted to the Royal Melbourne Hospital, but died later that day.
Ms Rodda will again appear in the Bendigo Magistrates’ Court on September 21 for a further committal mention.