Shane promises cycle path separation

SHANE Rattenbury is promising to bring physically separated cycle paths to Canberra. “Separating cyclists from traffic is one of the best things we can do...

Long awaited police crackdown on red light runners

With half of all collisions on ACT roads occurring at intersections, ACT Policing will focus on traffic control offences during the month of April...
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Allara Street section of the great Civic Cycle Loop underway

CIVIC'S terrifying raised cycle paths are being further expanded with Shane Rattenbury announcing the start of works on the Allara Street "Stage 3" “The Allara...

Airport open day a raging success

OPEN Day at Canberra airport stalled traffic all over the eastern side of town and all who came were impressed by the infrastructure overload...

Barton Highway closed at the border. Re-opened

TERRITORY and Municipal Services are advising that Northbound travel out of the ACT on the Barton Highway is not possible at this time. "The ACT...
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Shane proposes an alternative to the hated chip seal

FEW things excite Canberrans as much as chip seal on roads. No matter their positions on cycling or public art nearly all can come together...

Buses are free for major sports

ANDREW Barr has announced that fans of the Brumbies, Raiders, Giants and Cricket at Manuka Oval will be able to travel for free on...

Barton car parks closing for paid parking conversion

THE National Capital Authority is giving notice that the wild dirt car parks of Barton, often known in the triangle as "Parking in Narnia",...

Freedom from the tyranny of loose change comes for Canberra’s drivers

ANDREW Barr has announced the long awaited rollout of 300 new pay parking machines which will free commuters of the need to bank large...

Gungahlin also wants government offices

THE Gungahlin Community Council (GCC) is calling for a share of Government offices as Tuggeranong and Woden battle to retain their own public service...

Watch this (parking) space

NEWS that some Canberra developers are looking at options to offer lower-priced residential units and less traffic congestion in return for fewer car parking...

Night Rider needs Knight Rider

ANU Marketing Lecturer Andrew Hughes writes: Firstly some of you might be asking The Night what? Is this a scary bloke dressed in all black...

London Circuit/Northbourne Avenue deconstructed

Civic's London Circuit and Northbourne Avenue have gone all wild west of late with the streets ripped up revealing dirty byways beset by mud as the rain came down.

Get on the bus

Four years ago the Government killed a plan to build a $115 million busway between Belconnen and Civic. Yesterday they gave the idea new life - claiming it had always remained on the table - the question is, why?





How fence-sitting Greens let Labor run amok

"The ACT Greens have enabled this government to perform the way it does – with absolute arrogance towards residents," says "Canberra Matters" columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.


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