Project status: In Progress

Join the Light Rail to Woden Community Reference Group

Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the Light Rail to Woden Community Reference Group have now closed. Applicants will be contacted about the outcome of their EOI in the coming weeks.

If you missed the EOI period, and are interested in participating, please contact us at

How to have your say

The expansion of the light rail network from the City to Woden will help reduce traffic congestion on our roads and more conveniently connect the places we live, to where we work, study, spend and play across Canberra.

Stage 2 of light rail (City to Woden) is being constructed in two stages for a faster project delivery. The first stage will extend the line from the City to Commonwealth Park, while the second stage will take light rail all the way to Woden.

Extending light rail from the City to Commonwealth Park (Stage 2A) will deliver a convenient new transport option, and greater connection between the city and the lake with three new stops extending the light rail network by 1.7 kilometres.

Have your say early 2023

An Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared to assess the project’s benefits, examine expected impacts and identify appropriate management measures for Stage 2A to Commonwealth Park. This has been submitted as part of a Works Approval to the National Capital Authority (NCA). Soon the community will be able to review and comment on the Works Approval when it goes on public display early 2023. To be alerted, subscribe for the project update.

In the meantime, you can ask questions or provide feedback using the light rail interactive map.

Below you can explore previous feedback provided on engaging spaces around light rail stops or read more on managing disruption during construction.

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City to Commonwealth Park Flythrough