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Connecting Canberra 7 days a week

Hear more from the Greens in the ABC News coverage of this story.

Today the ACT Greens have launched BNT - an innovative weekend bus and taxi transport plan which will begin with trials in Weston Creek and Tuggeranong.

BNT will integrate buses and taxis to improve bus services at off-peak times, starting in Weston Creek and Tuggeranong on weekends.


Keeping Canberra Green

Hear more from the Greens in the Canberra Times coverage of this story.

The ACT Greens have announced a plan to keep Canberra green and liveable.

“Canberrans are proud of our beautiful bush capital,” said ACT Greens planning spokesperson Caroline Le Couteur.


Canberra doesn't need more traffic or more congestion

Hear more from the Greens in the Win News coverage of this story.

The ACT Greens have announced $30 million to fix and maintain Canberra’s existing roads - in contrast to the Canberra Liberals’ plan to chuck millions at building more roads and creating even more congestion.

“We need to fix the roads we’ve already got, not build more roads and create even more traffic in our city,” said ACT Greens Leader Shane Rattenbury.


Clean, green public transport for all of Canberra

Hear more from the Greens in the Canberra TimesABC News, City News, 2CC, and 2CA coverage of this story.

The ACT Greens today announced a major upgrade to Canberra’s bus fleet - pledging $132 million for more clean energy buses. The announcement follows a $57 million commitment from the Greens to improve Canberra’s bus network.

“Transport is a major part of our plan to put the community first. The Greens will invest in more public transport, and power our buses and light rail with clean, green energy,” said ACT Greens Leader Shane Rattenbury.


Keeping Canberra Students Safe

Hear more from the Greens in the Canberra Times coverage of this story.

Today the ACT Greens have announced a $20 million initiative to work with every school community in Canberra to develop their own school safety traffic management plan which make our schools and surrounding neighborhoods safer for all students.

“Putting the community first means really understanding your local community. Every school and every school community has its unique needs and challenges,” said ACT Greens Leader, Shane Rattenbury.