Transport Canberra and City Services

Sullivans Creek path upgrades

raised crossing

Cyclist crossing road

The Sullivans Creek shared path is recognised as one of Canberra's most well utilised cycle and pedestrian paths. Between April 2016 and March 2017 work was undertaken in three stages to upgrade the path.

These upgrades are designed to improve the efficiency and safety of the existing walking and cycling network along Sullivans Creek; encourage people to consider walking and cycling instead of their regular commute; and to provide the infrastructure to create a healthier lifestyle for the Canberra community.

Stage one: complete

New raised zebra crossings were installed on the Sullivans Creek shared path at the intersections of Masson Street and Condamine Street to prioritise pedestrians and cyclists.

Stage two: Goodwin Street Crossing complete

A new raised zebra crossing was installed on the Sullivans Creek shared path at the intersections of Goodwin Street to prioritise pedestrians and cyclists.

Stage three: Path widening

Path widening from Barry Drive to Masson Street and from Macarthur Avenue to Wattle Street is now complete.

The widening of the shared path has provided more space for a range of users to safely and confidently commute and the new zebra style crossings have improved safety and path access for all path users.

For further information contact Access Canberra 13 22 81.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

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