The ACT Government has annouced their fast-track program. This program includes path infrastructure.
Pedal Power ACT have consistently lobbied the government to complete ‘missing links’ in the cycle network. At the last federal election the federal and state ALP pledged funding for cycle projects in the ACT. These projects are not currently included in the COVID-19 stimulas measures. Below are maps of the projects that are.
Fast-track program annoucement
The ACT Government is fast tracking additional infrastructure projects to keep Canberra working through the COVID-19 pandemic.
This program focuses on work that can start immediately and will support local jobs, businesses and our Canberra community.Fast-track program
A new 1500m long and 1.5m wide concrete path along the southern side of Southern Cross Drive between Kingsford Smith Drive and Ross Smith Crescent in Scullin.
A new 870m long and 2.5m wide asphalt path on Cotter Road between Streeton Drive and the John Gorton Drive/Cotter Road intersection in Holder.
A new 54m long and 2m wide concrete path on Annabelle View between Madgwick Street and Terry Connolly Street in Coombs.
Widening the existing footpath behind the Bernacchi Street cul-de-sac in Mawson between the intersection below the pond and Mawson Drive. Once complete, it will be 2m wide.
A new permeable path through the trees along the reserve adjacent to the Dickson Pool (Dickson Section 72).
A new 660m long and 2m wide concrete path on the southern verge of Carnegie Crescent between Finniss Crescent and Walker Crescent in Narrabundah.
A new 470m long and 2.5m wide asphalt path alongside Drakeford Drive between the underpass adjacent to Singleton Crescent to the intersection of Erindale Drive and Soward Way in Oxley.
A new 520m long and 1.5m wide concrete path along the western verge of Clive Steel Avenue between the Impact Church and Azalea Circuit in Isabella Plains.
A new 481m long and 1.5m wide concrete path along the western verge of Brookes Street between Lysaght Street and Sandford Street in Mitchell.
A new 508m long and 2.5m wide asphalt cycle path in the open space from the Nudurr Drive/Grampians Street intersection in Crace to the existing Palmerston cycle path that runs between the houses to Kosciuszko Avenue in Palmerston.Fast-track program