The Molonglo Valley has come a long way since 2004, but will take as long again to complete – the time it takes a typical Australian to go from birth to starting the cycle again.Continue reading “Much done, more to do”
Concern is growing that it is just a matter of time before a child is killed in Narrabundah as a result of excessive speed on the roads.Continue reading “Excessive speed takes its toll in Narrabundah”
This bridge over the Molonglo River will be completed by 2024 as the last section of the John Gorton Drive. The interest in the bridge is ongoing (previously discussed here and here), and the story gets better. The adjacent Butters Bridge was finished in 2016 and now closed due to construction works.
The most recent update on the John Gorton Drive Bridge is found here from 12 February 2021.Continue reading “Molonglo River bridge”
The light rail is stalling due to the slow approval process. The ACT Government would spend on capital works projects to counter the effects of the recession. If the light rail investment is delayed, building strategic bike paths would be an alternative. Here is the Sulwood Drive option.Continue reading “Light rail delayed: Money to build bike paths”
The off-road bike path bypassing Mitchell on the Flemington Road has now been completed and opened. It is worth celebrating. The new path closes a missing link and opens interesting possibilities in the north. More about that in the next post. Flemington Road was introduced here.Continue reading “Flemington Road bike path is finished”
Play spaces are popping up all over Canberra. Canberra.bike provided a guide to play spaces and this is now updated in this post. A recent announcement by Chris Steel in May 2020 reminded us that there is more to come. Some were already in last years budget but a few have been brought forward as a result of COVID-19 playground closures. There is good news here for everybody.Continue reading “A play space everywhere”