The fact sheet provides a quick introduction to the 2017 ACT Household Travel Survey and probably the best for most people.
Canberra has four seasons but do we change our cycling habits over the year? It would be good to know.
Canberra compared to other Australian cities compared with ABS Census data.
Where we cycle depends on where we live. The 2017 ACT Household Travel Survey tells us more.
The potential for cycling in the ACT is apparent when we keep in mind these key travel facts.
In Canberra, the average time commuting has increased by 64.5% over 15 years and will increase further.
The Australian Infrastructure Audit 2019 expects cost of road congestion in Canberra to increase to $504 million in 2031, up from $289 million in 2016.
A survey of Canberrans’cycling habits from 2017.
The Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT ) examines men and women cycling.
“Only two in five Canberra households have direct access to a footpath.”
More men cycle in the ACT than women.
1.4 Million Sold electric bikes sold in 2019