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Video: Coombs to Civic CBR Cycle Routes

The post Benefits of the C10 Coombs to Civic Cycle Highway is a case study of a number of alternate routes for commuting between Coombs and Civic. This post adds to this with visualisations of the routes as “fly-by” videos.

Map 1: Four routes

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OptionRoute descriptionCBR Cycle Routes name
6Coombs and then the bridge over the Molonglo River Reserve (6m wide, max 270 length), follows the route of an existing management trail to the National Arboretum, leaves the Arboretum before the access road and crosses the Tuggeranong Parkway via 60m long bridge, before connecting with the C5 (see below).C10
1Coombs and follows the John Gordon Drive and then around Weston Creek Pond, joins the shared bike path along the Molonglo River towards the Scrivener Dam, and continues along LBG until Civic.C5*
8Coombs, then follows the John Gordon Drive to Curtin, continues along shared bike path past the Governor General residence and along the path on the south side of LBG, before crossing the lake over the bridge to reach Civic.LBG
9Coombs, then follows the John Gordon Drive to Curtin, continues along shared bike path through Curtin and Yarralumla, the path on the south side of LBG, before crossing the lake over the bridge to reach Civic.C4
Table 1: Four options and route descriptions
Option 1 C5 to City Hill
Option 6 C10 to City Hill
Option 8 LBG to City Hill
Option 9 C4 to City Hill
Molonglo River, Coombs, Molonglo Valley, Canberra
Molonglo River, Coombs, Molonglo Valley, Canberra

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