“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein
Construction of the Molonglo Special Purpose Reserve gets underway.
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. On-road cycle lanes in the ACT are also discussed here. The Coppins Crossing is a river level crossing on the Molonglo River built to rural road standardsContinue reading “Coppins Crossing is missing bike lanes and more”
A gravel ride on good roads, there and back.
Canberra blog CyclingGravel – a ride from Stromlo to the National Arboretum.
The first cycling bridge planned for the Molonglo Valley.
The suburb of Coombs was completed a few years ago but without playgrounds, paths or amenities. This is now slowly being built.
Stockdill Drive is very popular with road cyclists because of the magnificent views of both the Molonglo and Murrumbidgee Valleys.
Kama is a nature reserve on the Molonglo River. Beautiful but somehow forgotten, it will be much loved by the residents of Whitlam.
Urban planning must comply with Federal environment law. It is not just the National Capital Authority that has a say. Together they ring-fence urban planning. Cycling has fallen short.