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Canberra on the move: Active Travel

The Conservation Council is hosting a Webinar on Tuesday, 30th June at 5.30pm.

Canberra continues to grow and we are squeezing more and more people into an ever-smaller place. Within a few years, 500,000 people will live in our city. We will be walking, cycling or riding a lot more than we do now. Walking to the bus stop makes public transport active travel, too.

Register here for a free webinar about Active Travel in Canberra.

Celebrating city living

Active travel is part of making Canberra a better place to live.

“Good urban planning shapes our neighbourhoods to encourage people to walk, cycle and ride for recreation and social interaction. It provides options for people to walk, cycle, ride and catch public transport to destinations such as school, work and shops.”

Mick Gentleman MLA Minister for Planning May 2015, Building an Integrated Transport Network: Active Travel (ACT Government, May 2015)

Register here for a free webinar about Active Travel in Canberra.

Canberra sunset. Photo by Jorge Segovia on Unsplash
Canberra sunset. Photo by Jorge Segovia on Unsplash

The Conservation Council hosts a webinar

The Conservation Council is hosting “Finding our feet: Active travel in the ACT” Webinar on Tuesday 30th June at 5.30pm.

“Panel members will discuss the current transport challenges we face and barriers to active travel in the ACT, the future of transport systems and ways in which active transport could be further supported in the ACT to contribute to a sustainable and liveable Canberra.”

Finding our feet: Active travel in the ACT, The Conservation Council, ACT Region

Register here for a free webinar about Active Travel in Canberra.

Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra. Photo by He-J E on Unsplash
Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra. Photo by He-J E on Unsplash

3 replies on “Canberra on the move: Active Travel”

Thanks for the comment. There are 5 categories at the top of the page. The family category is filling. There is quite a bit under urban planning. Ride reviews are very popular.

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