Transport Canberra and City Services

Current Projects

Central Brisbane Avenue Rehabilitation of Brisbane Avenue between Bowen Drive to National Circuit and improvements to stormwater sumps. These works are part of the Roads to Recovery programme Underway
Canberra Brickworks access road and Dudley Street upgradeConstruction of an access road into the Canberra Brickworks development precinct and upgrading of Dudley Street in Yarralumla.To commence in 2019
New City Transport Interchange & City ImprovementsDelivering a new integrated transport network that needs to be supported by an effective interchange in the City for pedestrians, cyclists as well as bus and light rail commuters.Underway
Federal Highway/ Old Well Station Road IntersectionUpgrading the intersection of Federal Highway and Old Well Station Road with the installation of four-way traffic signals.Completed in the last 12 months
BelconnenWilliam Slim Drive duplicationDuplication of William Slim Drive between Ginninderra Drive and the Barton Highway.Design work underway
Intersection upgradesSafety upgrades at the intersections of Ginninderra Drive/Tillyard Drive and Tillyard Drive/Lhotsky Street.Underway
Belconnen BikewayA bikeway from Coulter Drive to the west of Belconnen Town Centre through to Haydon Drive to the east.To commence in mid-2019
GungahlinGundaroo Drive stage 1 duplication Duplication of Gundaroo Drive from Gungahlin Drive to Mirrabei Drive/Anthony Rolfe Avenue and signalisation of the Mirrabei Drive/Gundaroo Drive/Anthony Rolfe Avenue intersection.Completed in the last 12 months
Gundaroo Drive stage 2 duplication Duplication of Gundaroo Drive from Gungahlin Drive to the Barton Highway. Underway
Hibberson Street Shared Zone Reconstruction of Hibberson Street to a one way shared zone, from Gungahlin Place to Gozzard Street. Completed in the last 12 months
Gungahlin Place Park Improvements to central Gungahlin Place median strip, between Efkarpidis Street and Hibberson Street. Coming soon
Horse Park Drive duplication Duplication of Horse Park Drive between Anthony Rolfe Avenue Katherine Avenue west and between the Federal Highway and Well Station Drive and associated safety improvements near the Amaroo School. Underway
Ernest Cavanagh Street extensionExtension of Ernest Cavanagh Street between Hinder Street and Manning Clark Crescent.Completed in the last 12 months
TuggeranongAshley Drive duplication Duplication of Ashley Drive from Erindale Drive to Johnson Drive. Completed in the last 12 months
Erindale Group Centre - Gartside Street south improvements  Improvement works to Gartside Street in the Erindale Shopping Centre. Completed in the last 12 months
Isabella Weir and Wetlands

This project involves three separate improvements to the Isabella Pond precinct:

  1. Construction of the Isabella Wetlands as part of the ACT Healthy Waterways project
  2. Widening of Isabella Weir
  3. A carp management project in Upper Stranger and Isabella Ponds
Kambah Village Stage 2 ImprovementsGroup Centre and urban realm upgradesUnderway
Tuggeranong Town Centre UpgradesStreetscape improvements in the Town Centre around Anketell StreetUnderway
Mount Taylor car parkA formalised car park on Sulwood Drive to provide safer access to Mount Taylor Nature ReserveCompleted in the last 12 months
Weston Creek, Woden & Molonglo Molonglo 3 Roads and Infrastructure package Infrastructure upgrades are underway across the Molonglo Valley region to ensure that both road and water infrastructure is in place to accommodate the expected growth in the area. Underway    
Parkinson Street, Weston Public Transport and Parking changesImprovements works were carried out at the two main bus stops on Parkinson Street.Completed in the last 12 months

*Please note that this is not a complete list of all capital works road, intersection and path upgrades.

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