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Light rail plans will severely impact city car parks

TWO city car parks will be severely impacted for “several years” as the ACT government moves to use them for construction site compounds during the light rail extension to Woden. 

From August, the government proposes that it will establish the compounds at the carpark on the corner of London Circuit and Constitution Avenue, and the carpark at 41-51 Marcus Clarke Street.

The establishment of the construction compounds will include signage installed in the coming weeks, and will be used for site offices, storage, construction parking and utility installation, according to the government.

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