The relevant text for cycle highways is scattered throughout a number of these documents. This document is an introduction to Active Travel. The key documents in the Active Travel Framework will be discussed here and here.
The relevant text for cycle highways is scattered throughout a number of key documents. Here the relevant extracts from Planning for Active Travel in the ACT (PATCAT) are gathered together in one place.
The relevant text for cycle highways is scattered throughout a number of key documents. Here the relevant extracts from Active Travel Facilities Design MIS05 are gathered together in one place.
Active Travel contains an abundance of new terms. Here are some of the more common ones.
The Heysen Street Link bike path will be extended to Woden Town Centre. Good news, after years of delays. The scope of projects may shrink after a grand vision, but Heysen Street Link has grown to something more. A happy end.
Site visits to three long-awaited cycling missing links, just a week before the 2020 ACT Election, and found none completed. Here is the result of the last four years of government.
The Belconnen Bikeway has come a long way since 2016 but with the Election ending next Saturday, it is still not quite done. It is looking good though.
If Pedal Power ACT is failing, it is due to our indifference. An overview of the party policies for the 2020 ACT Election can be found on the Pedal Power ACT scorecards.
Canberra compared to other Australian cities compared with ABS Census data.
Where we cycle depends on where we live. The 2017 ACT Household Travel Survey tells us more.
In Canberra, the average time commuting has increased by 64.5% over 15 years and will increase further.
The Australian Infrastructure Audit 2019 expects cost of road congestion in Canberra to increase to $504 million in 2031, up from $289 million in 2016.