Any architect can draw a plan, the problem is getting the builder to look at it.
CBR Cycle Route C7 Belconnen – Gungahlin open again.
A loop between the town centres of Belconnen, Gungahlin and Mitchell.
Connecting Dickson with Mitchell.
Open letter to Chief Minister Andrew Barr on strategic investment in active travel infrastructure to encourage cycling commuting in the times of the coronavirus stimulus measures.
Photographs of the Belconnen Bikeway construction. Much progress and much to be done.
Building a network of good cycle paths is not easy, but the ACT Government has a plan.
The older parts of Canberra are due for a rebuild, to make more space for people and it easier and safe to get around. Active Travel Streets will be part of it. Active travel is reclaiming space for cyclists, walkers, joggers, people pushing prams and those using wheelchairs.
The Bicentennial National Trail can be ridden with a mountain bike from Hawker to Strathnairn in Belconnen west. The Pinnacle Nature Reserve in Hawker is a gem. A photo essay of the ride.
Active travel is on everybody’s lips and is more than cycling. The ACT Government now has a standard for good cycling infrastructure. The standard holds much promise.