If you have not been there yet, take a look at Heysen Street.
For the comparison of projects, we have developed a standardised scorecard. Over the years, it is easy to lose track of what is new, as the same projects get announced at media events again and again.
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.
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 French love cycling so they made a bike map. Getting an overview is the start to planning a ride. CyclOSM turns the Canberra map on its head by showing a cyclist’s view of the city. The map data is from OpenStreetMap. These maps are available on the smartphone with another open-source product: OSMAnd.
Heysen Street Link to Woden update.
The bicycle path along Heysen Street is keenly awaited. The current project ends at Devonport Street. It leaves a gap.