I has been announced from Minister Steel’s office that there will be funding for Tuggeranong to the tune of $4 million to construct an off-road walking and cycling path along the 4km stretch of Sulwood Drive between Drakeford Drive and Athllon Drive
By 2020 transport is expected to account for over 60% of Canberra’s emissions. Switching to active transport is therefore a high priority and presents one of the biggest challenges in meeting our 2045 target of achieving net zero emissions
Are you interested in urban microclimates? Register to participate in a two hour measurement activity for temperature, wind and humidity to help set baseline data for our town centre. Led by experts at RMIT. Saturday 9 February 2019 1pm to 3pm. To Register – click here
Minister FitzHarris and members of Transport Canberra spoke to us at our last TCC meeting about what changes they have made to the new proposed bus routes as a result of the 13,000 submissions they have received from the Canberra public. As far as Tuggeranong is concerned the Transport Canberra website states: Bus services in Read More …
At our last Tuggeranong Community Council meeting (on the 3 April), we heard from Project Wing about testing “drone delivery with a limited number of households in Tuggeranong”. People came to listen and ask questions and express their concerns. Run by “Google’s parent company Alphabet, Project Wing is focused on transforming how goods are shipped, Read More …
Please see the attached brochure about the meeting where you can find out more about the proposed Fyshwick Waster Incinerator
The Tuggeranong Community Council is currently running a petition about re-routing buses along Anketell Street Tuggeranong. Petitions can currently be signed at any of the cafes in Anketell Street and we are working to put in online.