City to Gungahlin - Stage One

The City to Gungahlin corridor is an important part of the Transport for Canberra policy, which maps out ways to deliver faster, more convenient and more sustainable transport options for Canberra over the next 20 years.

Light rail will run from City to Gungahlin, along Northbourne Avenue and Flemington Road. It will deliver high quality, reliable and frequent public transport down one of Canberra’s busiest corridors.

In addition, light rail will attract people, businesses and investment to the Northbourne Avenue and the City. Northbourne Avenue creates a unique opportunity for the Government to capitalise on its light rail investment due to its land ownership along the corridor.

Fast Facts
  • 12 km route
  • 6 minute peak service
  • 10-15 minute off peak
  • 13 stops
  • 14 light rail vehicles
  • 24 minute journey time
  • Same level boarding at all stops
  • 2 dedicated wheelchair spaces
  • Bikes on board
  • Capacity of more than 200 people

Artist impression of Northbourne Avenue with light rail

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.