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Latest news: Traffic

Canberra Liberals: Get Molonglo Moving

Canberra Liberals MLA Ed Cocks has launched a community campaign to address traffic congestion in the Molonglo Valley.

Heavy traffic on Parkes Way after five car accident

A five car motor vehicle incident has taken place on the northbound Glenloch Interchange ramp.

Accident causes delays on Tuggeranong Parkway

A minor motor vehicle incident has occurred on the Tuggeranong Parkway, near the exit ramp to Hindmarsh Drive.

New interchange and bus timetable to cope with worst months of ACT’s light rail disruption

Next week, a temporary new interchange at Woden will open, while bus routes will switch to an interim timetable.

Heads up, these roads will be closed for Summernats

Summernats 35 hits the capital from 5-8 January and Canberrans are being told to be prepared for delays during the festivities with changes to traffic conditions and public transport options.

40 Bluetooth sniffers aim to ease light rail construction traffic

In a $1.1 million traffic surveillance investment, the ACT Government are adding 40 new Bluetooth sniffers to track Canberra traffic during the construction of Light Rail Stage 2.

Traffic noise driving Gungahlin residents to despair

Constant traffic noise on Horse Park Drive is driving one Gungahlin resident to despair but he says the ACT Government is turning a deaf ear to the issue.

Narrabundah residents worried about dangerous intersection

Narrabundah locals worry there will be a fatal accident at the dangerous intersection of La Perouse Street and Carnegie Crescent.

Speed vans and paid parking return after lockdown

From today, mobile speed vans will be back in Canberra’s suburbs, including near schools, while paid parking will return in mid-November.

‘Mental torture’: Traffic noise driving Amaroo residents to despair

Constant traffic noise from a Gungahlin arterial road is tormenting residents of an Amaroo street. Houses on Buckingham Street back onto busy Horse Park Drive – and the people who live in the street say they can’t use their backyards, can’t open their windows, and can’t sleep at night.