Streets should be designed on the assumption that people make mistakes and to minimise the resulting consequences of those mistakes.
Cycling is good for Canberra and makes our city people-friendly.
Mountain biking is underfunded in the ACT compared to other states.
Riding to a light rail stop is common in Europe. Without paths or parking, this could prove difficult for the cyclist.
Light rail stage 2 has a secure future now that Federal Government funding is forthcoming.
Without leadership, cycling will flounder, but with it, can flourish. The absence of leadership is an open wound.
The disappointment at Pedal Power ACT is heartfelt. Will the ACT Government come to the table on cycling?
If you have not been there yet, take a look at Heysen Street.
The urban development process in the ACT is thorough but slow. Unfortunately, these processes are neither particularly creative nor flexible. Tactical urbanism tries to fix that.
Athllon Drive Duplication is coming but for the cyclist it is nothing to get excited about.
We would like to see a bike path along Sulwood Drive but we are going to need a bit of luck.
The bike path through Coombs along the Molonglo River still has gaps but another soon will be closed.