The destinations we cycle to, not surprisingly, depends on where we live. The 2017 ACT Household Travel Survey breaks down the trips depending on the “region” of origin (district). The most likely destination is always the same district (locally).
Where we cycle depends on where we live. The 2017 ACT Household Travel Survey tells us more. The 2017 ACT Household Travel Survey has been introduced and key facts discussed elsewhere on canberra.bike.
Those living in North Canberra cycle to Belconnen and South Canberra mostly, but Gungahlin and Weston Creek as well.
Those living in Gungahlin cycle to North Canberra and Belconnen.
Those living in Belconnen cycle to North Canberra and Weston Creek mostly. It is interesting that so few cycle to Gungahlin.
Those living in Woden Valley cycle to North Canberra and Weston Creek mostly, but some to South Canberra. Interestingly, cycling to Tuggeranong is very rare.
Those living in Weston Creek cycle to “outside the study area”, and north to North Canberra and Belconnen mostly. This is the only group that cycle “outside the study area”, whatever that might mean.
Those living in Tuggeranong cycle to South Canberra, North Canberra and possibly Weston Creek. Interestingly, cycling to Woden is very rare. South Canberra and Weston Creek is much more likely.
Those living in South Canberra cycle to North Canberra and, to a lesser extent, Tuggeranong or Belconnen. That North Canberra is a popular destination is no surprise, but that cycling to Tuggeranong is more common than Belconnen or Woden Valley is.
Those living in Queanbeyan cycle only in Queanbeyan. The implication here is that those living in Queanbeyan take public transport or drive to the ACT.