Have your say on Bunda St bike path

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MONDAY is the last day to provide feedback on proposed designs for the section of the Civic Cycle Loop that goes through Bunda Street.

The designs can be viewed and commented on at timetotalk.act.gov.au.

The ACT Government has invested $6 million in the design and construction of the Civic Cycle Loop, a 3.2 kilometre path that creates a loop around the City and connects to existing paths that lead into the City.

Minister for Territory and Municipal Services Shane Rattenbury says “special design consideration” is needed for the Bunda Street section, due to its high volumes of pedestrian and vehicle traffic.

“So far we have received 234 responses to the community survey and hope to receive more before the consultation period closes at 5 pm this coming Monday 4 March 2013,” Mr Rattenbury says.

“Following input from the community and key stakeholders, a consultation summary report will be prepared and recommendations on the final design presented to the ACT Government.”

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