Public Transport Association of Canberra

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Promoting
Public Transport
in the Canberra Region
Through advocacy and lobbying activities

PTCBR

The Public Transport Association of Canberra, Inc (PTCBR) is a public transport users group with members from all sectors of the community.

We want to help more people use public transport, and improve the passenger experience.

We work with government, industry and the community to help make a better transport system for Canberra and the Canberra Region.

Objectives of the Public Transport Association of Canberra

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Promote public transport in the Canberra region.

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Be Canberra’s voice for public transport issues.

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Encourage an integrated transport network for light rail, bus and active transport.

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Great to see @PT_CBR speaking out in favour of more homes along our soon-to-be light rail line to Woden! Public transport and abundant housing makes for a more affordable and sustainable Canberra. 1/2
https://the-riotact.com/public-transport-lobby-on-board-with-deakin-hotel-and-build-to-rent-proposal/618220

Have you ever wondered what animal our light rail network would look like? @GreaterCanberra follower Circe has thrown together these clever sketches around the Light Rail Master Plan.

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PTCBR has long been sceptical of “microtransit” shuttles: they’ve been tried and failed a few times in Canberra. But this seemingly successful service in Sydney’s Northern Beaches has been going for 5 years now, and is worth looking at more closely.

https://www.busnews.com.au/industry-news/2212/keolis-downer-celebrates-five-years-of-keoride-on-demand

Here we go……Stage 2A begins…
Light Rail to Woden 🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾

London Circuit closes in 30 mins – forever. As the largest infrastructure project in the ACTs history begins- light rail to Woden.

#actlabor

Google Maps knows the big light rail works are starting! (At least for the road closures. The Google bus routes are still showing the old route)

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