If we want to get the job done, how much is really enough?
A party that demonstrates little interest in cycling and continues on course to do little. More here on Canberra Labor cycling policy.
Most of the investment is still improving roads. The relative investment in road improvements ($986 million), light rail ($336 million) and cycling ($17.9 million) between 2020-2024.
20% of Ireland’s transport budget will go to walking and cycling.
The ACT Election was a chance to prioritise cycling.
Connecting Dickson with Mitchell.
Much awaited and now finished. It is worth celebrating. After its destruction through road widening for the construction of the light rail, it has been finally rebuilt, but not as part of the light rail project.
20% of Ireland’s transport budget will go to walking and cycling. Pedal Power ACT’s recommendation is about half of what the Republic of Ireland is planning.
A blunder of urban planning resulted in a bike path disappearing from the map without the ACT Government noticing.
“We want people to choose to travel actively. Active travel improves health and wellbeing, reduces the prevalence of chronic diseases, creates accessible communities, and increases the social and economic prosperity of a community.”