Most of the investment is still improving roads.
A city has its own lifecycle for renewal.
“In Australia, however, walking and cycling only receive between 0.1% and 2% of transport budgets.”
A new playground is as good as a holiday. Canberra has plenty.
The play space means bigger and better playgrounds.
The RiotACT reported on the success of a study to make our streets safer.
A blunder of urban planning resulted in a bike path disappearing from the map without the ACT Government noticing.
Two barriers lay on the path of the north-south route: the William Hovell Drive and the Molonglo River. William Hovell Drive will be duplicated.
When we have waited so long that is a reason to get excited! Particularly when it is a missing link.
If there is one thing to be learned from urban planning in Canberra, then it is to plan your bike paths early, otherwise, they are likely to be forgotten. As a cyclist, we should be interested in the redevelopment of the Weston Basin on Lake Burley Griffin by the National Capital Authority.