Project status: Closed
Along with the opening of a new purpose-built CIT campus in 2025, the ACT Government’s investment in Woden also includes a modern public transport interchange ready for light rail, new bus layovers, improvements to active travel and roads in the area as well as activating underutilised parts of the town centre.
A key component of the works will be a new Bowes/Bradley connection, as well as a new pedestrian boulevard linking the Woden public transport interchange with the town centre.
This new connection will improve accessibility to the area for commuters, CIT staff and students, community and local businesses, as well as help to transform the town centre into a vibrant, activated space.
Thank you for having your say:
Through pop-up sessions, on Campus at CIT and through an online survey we have heard what you want to see from the Bowes / Bradley local access shared zone connection. A report outlining community feedback will be prepared and made public as well as provided to the successful contractor delivering the CIT Campus Woden and surrounding precinct.
We are looking at:
We're seeking feedback on the amenity and design features of the Bowes/Bradley connection, including:
- drop off and pick up points,
- cycle and pedestrian amenities,
- and more.
The location of the new Bowes/ Bradley connection and pedestrian boulevard will be as shown in the below image:
We will use your views to:
Your feedback will help shape the new connection, making sure it meets the needs of the community now and into the future.