Weston Creek Community Council outlines it’s Election Issues

There are a range of issues that the Council has listed for politicians and political candidates to consider for the Murrumbidgee Electorate.  They are wide and varied from Community facilities, law and order, green space and Sport and recreation just to name some of them.  The full list follows: Continue reading

The Saga of Coppins Crossing

Once more Coppins Crossing was closed to traffic last week.  It may be closed again with rain forecast this week.
Thanks to John Mungoven, a Member of the Weston Creek Community, we have a number of photos which show the debris and the height of the floodwaters over the weekend of the 8th and 9th of August.
This really shows why the high level bridge needs to be brought forward to connect north and south Molonglo as well as to provide another safe road to cross the Molonglo River.

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UPDATE – Tender open for the new Park and Ride parking spaces at Kirkpatrick Street

The Tender was opened today for the building of an additional 46 car parking spaces at the Kirkpatrick Street Park and Ride.  This will bring the toal number of spaces at this site to 95.
Council welcomes these additional spaces.  The Tender closes on the 26th of May so hopefully these will be in place well before the end of the year.

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Transport Canberra bus and light rail services over the Christmas and New Year period

Transport Canberra will run a revised bus timetable over the Christmas and New Year period from Monday 23 December 2019 until Friday 10 January 2020, inclusive. This is the regular timetable but with less frequency during peak times. On public holidays bus services will run on a Sunday timetable while on other days during this period bus services will run to a special holiday… Continue reading

Transport Canberra have Announced that An updated Weekend Bus Timetable commences Saturday 28 September 2019

An updated weekend bus timetable commences Saturday 28 September 2019. The interim weekend timetable increases reliability for customers wishing to take trips on weekends, while maintaining the most popular elements of the new public transport network. The frequent rapid services – which make up 70% of boardings remain, along with regular local services. Extended hours of coverage, including later night… Continue reading