Heysen Street and the Woden Renewal

L Woden. Photo Peter Hackney. Flickr CC BY-NC 2.0

The bicycle path along Heysen Street is keenly awaited. The current project ends at Devonport Street. As you can see that still leaves a gap. As of July 2020, a further segment was promised. Heysen Street Links is part of the Woden Renewal.


Heysen Street Link update 8 October 2021: The Devonport Street is almost complete. With luck, the Heysen Street Link to Woden may be completed in October 2021.


* The second stage of the Heysen Street Link in Lyons - a new 2.5m wide off-road asphalt shared path along Launceston Street from Burnie Street to the underpass near the Lyons shops.
Heysen Street Link in Lyons to Woden – The second stage of is a new 2.5m wide off-road asphalt shared path along Launceston Street from Burnie Street to the underpass near the Lyons shops.

The ACT Government is considering continuing this cycle path all the way to Woden. This is part of the Woden Renewal

“We’re improving connectivity for walking and cycling between Weston Creek and Woden with a new path through the Oakey Hill Nature Reserve being investigated.”

ACT Government

A good “interactive map shows what’s happening where in the Woden Town Centre.”

Heysen St cycleway (green) - walking and cycling between Weston Creek and Woden with a new path through the Oakey Hill Nature Reserve being investigated. Source: ACT Government
Heysen St cycleway (green) – walking and cycling between Weston Creek and Woden with a new path through the Oakey Hill Nature Reserve being investigated. Source: ACT Government
Woden Protected Cycleway (green) - constructing a 1.1 kilometre dedicated on-road cycleway in the Woden Town Centre. Source: ACT Government
Woden Protected Cycleway (green) – constructing a 1.1 kilometre dedicated on-road cycleway in the Woden Town Centre. Source: ACT Government
Athllon Drive Corridor upgrade but cycling is not mentioned - Athllon Drive corridor through several upgrades which include duplicating sections. Source: ACT Government
Athllon Drive Corridor upgrade but cycling is not mentioned – Athllon Drive corridor through several upgrades which include duplicating sections. Source: ACT Government
Oakey Hill Nature Reserve, Canberra Nature Park on OpenStreetMap
Oakey Hill Nature Reserve, Canberra Nature Park on OpenStreetMap

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