The west crossing of the Molonglo River is a hotspot where it all comes together.
The John Gorton Drive Bridge was a hotspot during the ACT Election in 2020 has a completion date of 2025.
Molonglo Valley is a new district overlooking the river below the Scrivener Dam. The first bridge across the river is coming.
Population growth of up to 35% per annum is expected in the next two years.
Coppins Crossing Road is an example of a popular Canberra road without bike lanes. As today is our unofficial bike lane day, it is worth a closer look.
Urban planning is failing us in the Molonglo Valley. Without coordination between the arms of government to set consistent priorities, active travel will not succeed.
Coppins Crossing Road is currently a low-level crossing over the Molonglo River. Active travellers are hit the hardest when direct routes are lacking.
“It is not intended to represent the facilities that currently exist on the routes, rather it shows the best alignments for human powered transport and recreation. …”
The first cycling bridge planned for the Molonglo Valley.
Molonglo Valley development will give the valley character but is problematic from an urban development perspective.