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.
A survey of Canberrans’cycling habits from 2017.
Different to other surveys, it tells us about cycling in Australia and Canberra over the last decade.
Stuck in the ACT Government transport paradigm.
If we want to get the job done, how much is really enough?
The test of Active Travel Standards is whether they are applied in new estate developments.
“Namarag is identified as a vital restoration, recreational and cultural hub for the emerging communities of the Molonglo Valley”
The Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT ) examines men and women cycling.
3% of Canberrans cycled to work on the census day.
The ACT Greens proposed a cycle highway from the Molonglo Valley since 2012.