Jo Clay MLA introduced an amendment to the Transport Act to encourage motorists to show more concern for vulnerable road users. The effect of the bill would be to increase the fine, but her speech was of a more general nature and sheds light on her thinking.
ACT Labor and ACT Green Parliamentary Agreement is a long list of “must haves” and “options”. Cycling is an option. We can be thankful that cycling did not land in the cuttings bin.
Ms Le Couteur MLA was concerned about the quality of the Molonglo Valley development and motioned the ACT Legislative Assembly for the matter to be investigated. The review concluded in 2020.
With the excitement about Athllon Drive Duplication Project, many have great hopes something will be done about Sulwood Drive. Unfortunately, this was not the case. Fortunately, in 2021 our luck has changed.
The 2020 ACT Election is drawing to an end. The Conservation Council have now published their scorecard for the major parties, rating them on 15 criteria.
The ACT Greens have now released their active travel policy. The Greens offer the most fleshed out and detailed policy of any party to date. Far ahead of that of the Canberra Liberals.
Email from Emma Davidson, ACT Greens Active Travel and Transport Spokesperson, Candidate for Murrumbidgee regarding active travel.
ACT Greens, ACT Labor, Canberra Progressives and Canberra Liberals answer questions. Hosted by the Conversation Council ACT Region.
The last election is easily forgotten. How much of that pledged at the last election has been achieved? The Conservation Council’s analysis of the major party transport policies from 13 Oct 2016 reminds us of what was on the table.
We cannot make a baby without a baby-making machine.