A city has its own lifecycle for renewal.
Where’s Wally? for bike paths.
The first cycling bridge planned for the Molonglo Valley.
The reply from the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development regarding the Whitlam estate development.
Letter to Yvette Berry, Minister for Housing and Suburban Development: the new Whitlam estate development falls short on active travel.
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 is failing us in the Molonglo Valley. Without coordination between the arms of government to set consistent priorities, active travel will not succeed.
The children of Whitlam could ride to school rather than be driven.
How far can you ride from Whitlam from the time of the first land release in March 2020? Belconnen is a 20 minute ride. The city is about 30 minutes away, but Coombs is also 30 minutes distant. It is a hard place to get out of, with no off-road bike paths beyond the firstContinue reading “Whitlam: Molonglo Valley or South Belconnen?”
I considered in another post the proximity of the new suburb of Whitlam to school and other infrastructure. Whitlam appear to be lost at the end of the Molonglo valley. Schools are particularly important as the children living in Whitlam have to go to school somewhere. I have discovered a full list of schools inContinue reading “Schools in the ACT around Whitlam”