HAVE YOUR SAY ON INTEGRATED TRANSPORT STRATEGY:
 ACTIVE TRAVEL, SPEED LIMITS, DRONES,
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES   PUBLIC FORUM  
TUESDAY 12 FEBRUARY, 7-9 PM
EASTLAKE FOOTBALL CLUB (Duffy Room)
3 OXLEY STREET, GRIFFITH

 Have your say on these and other issues:

  • How can more walking and cycling be encouraged?
  • Would you like to see the speed limit reduced to 40km per hour in residential areas?
  • Would you support an expansion in the use of drones as delivery vehicles, and other new technologies such as self-driving cars?
  • What kind of “multi-modal” development would be appropriate around the railway station in Kingston?

AGENDA

7.00 pm          Welcome and introduction

7.05 pm          MOVING CANBERRA: INTEGRATED TRANSPORT STRATEGY

Geoffrey Davidson, Executive Branch Manager, Place Co-ordination and Planning, City Services, Transport Canberra & City Services

  • Active travel (walking/cycling), new transport technologies, safety and accessibility of the transport system

7.20 pm          Gill King, Chair, Living Streets

7.30 pm          Annie Kentwell, Active Living Co-ordinator, National Heart Foundation

7.40 pm          Glenys Patulney, President, Tuggeranong Community Council:

  • Tuggeranong Experience with Drone Delivery Services

7.45 pm          Discussion panel of speakers participating in Q&A with questions from floor

8.45 pm          Other business

9.00 pm          Close

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Comments (1)

  1. A better walking experience is possible in the Griffith-Kingston area with 3 obvious improvements:

    1) Connecting Griffith to Kingston with a pedestrian crossing across Canberra Avenue enable safe walking between suburbs
    2) Seats dotted throughout the suburbs so people can rest as needed, when walking around the area
    3) footpaths to be completed where now they suddenly stop – eg around St Clare’s School from Canberra Ave to Sturt Ave

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