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Tag: transport

11 of Canberra’s Clem Cummings bus shelters have been rehomed

Residents around Canberra may have seen one of 11 freshly painted, rehomed Clem Cummings bus shelters pop up in their neighborhood lately.

Choose road safety this Christmas, ACT drivers warned

Christmas is one of the most dangerous times on Australian roads, authorities say – and more people than ever will be driving these holidays.

Greens pledge to push light rail Stage 2B to Mawson

The ACT Greens have pledged to add two additional light rail stops and expand the Mawson Park and Ride to service those in the Southern Woden Valley and Tuggeranong areas.

Calls to accelerate zero emission vehicle usage

A Canberra initiative is calling for innovative minds Australia-wide, to help accelerate the take-up of zero emission vehicles and reach a net zero emissions target by 2045.

Test driving the new e-scooter share scheme

If you’re yet to see the bright orange e-scooters available for hire around town, I could argue that you live under a rock.

The next steps in Canberra’s transport system

Sustainable transport was the ACT election issue of the day on Tuesday night when the Conservation Council hosted candidates from across the political spectrum to present their policies and answer questions from...

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.

Eden-Monaro candidates back rail project

Multiple candidates in the Eden-Monaro by-election have come together to call on the Federal Government to commit funding for a $3 billion freight and passenger rail for the region.

Canberra Airport plans for the future

The Canberra Airport has flagged the Pacific Islands as a target market for future international services from Canberra as part of their 2020 Master Plan.

Light rail stage 2A to run wire-free

Stage 2A of the Canberra light rail network will run wire-free from the Alinga Street station to Commonwealth Park. ACT Transport Minister Chris Steel confirmed the first stage of light rail to Woden would add 1.7km...

Changes made to public transport network

The ACT Government has made changes to the bus network after months of pressure from the public and the Opposition. Changes to the network in April will include: more frequent Saturday services, more frequent services...