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Liberals backtrack on light rail

The Canberra Liberals have back flipped on a recent surprise call to ditch Woden as the next light rail destination in favour of a Belconnen–City–airport route, after criticism from industry and community. Liberals...

ACT Labor promise 90 electric buses as part of zero-emissions push

ACT Labor have today promised to purchase 90 electric battery buses in the next parliamentary term if they win October’s election.

Transport Strategy outlines plan over next 20 years

The ACT Transport Strategy 2020 was released earlier this week, outlining the vision for transport in Canberra over the next 20 years.

700 new bus services hit Canberra roads tomorrow

Almost 700 new bus services will be introduced into Canberra’s public transport system from tomorrow, Saturday 18 July.

Uncertainty surrounds ACT Light Rail Stage 2a

The Canberra Liberals have slammed the ACT Government for infrastructure mismanagement, following reports the extension of the Light Rail would be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Half of light rail network to close temporarily

The Flemington Road stretch of Canberra’s light rail network will temporarily cease operations as a stop at Sandford Street, Mitchell is constructed in the next 12 months. That light rail stop is just...

Additional public transport services from 18 July

Canberra’s public transport network has received a welcome boost in services, with an additional 692 daily bus rides including 10 ‘Rapid routes’ and an increase in light rail frequency. The network update was...

Library items to be quarantined for 72 hours

Library items will be quarantined for 72 hours post-return and extra cleaning at light rail and bus stops will continue as COVID-19 restrictions ease across the ACT.

Trams run near empty as light rail turns one

It’s hard to believe it’s been a whole calendar year since Light Rail Stage 1’s maiden voyage departed the city station on Easter Saturday 2019.