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Canberra has numerous sporting ovals, golf courses, skate parks, and swimming pools that are open to the public. Tennis courts include those at the National Sports Club, [[Lyneham, Australian Capital Territory|Lyneham]], former home of the [[Canberra Women's Tennis Classic]]. A Canberra-wide series of bicycle paths are available to cyclists for recreational and sporting purposes. Canberra Nature Parks have a large range of walking paths, horse and mountain bike trails. Water sports like sailing, rowing, dragon boating and water skiing are held on Canberra's lakes.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Boating on Lake Burley Griffin|publisher=[[National Capital Authority]]|accessdate=9 October 2007| archiveurl =| archivedate = 23 September 2007}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Lake Burley Griffin reopens|url=|work=ABC News|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation|accessdate=26 July 2010|date=16 November 2007}}</ref> The Rally of Canberra is an annual motor sport event and a facility for [[drag racing]] is being planned for construction.{{Update inline|reason=Does this still hold after so many years?|?=yes|date=February 2017}}<ref>{{cite news |title=Canberra Dragway Frequently Asked Questions |url= |archiveurl=|archivedate=10 April 2012|publisher=ACT Government |date=21 February 2006 |accessdate=8 October 2007|format=PDF}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Possum Bourne|url=|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation |date=3 May 2003 |accessdate=8 October 2007|archiveurl=|archivedate=25 April 2013}}</ref> From 2000 to 2002, Canberra hosted the [[Canberra 400]] event for [[V8 Supercars]] on the temporary [[Canberra Street Circuit]], which was located inside the Parliamentary Triangle.
[[Suburbs of Canberra#Districts|Canberra's districts]] are generally connected by [[parkway]]s—limited access [[dual carriageway]] roads<ref name=road/><ref>{{cite web|url= |title=ACT Road Hierarchy |publisher=ACT Government |date=21 August 2012 |accessdate=14 February 2014}}</ref> with speed limits generally set at a maximum of {{convert|100|km/h|0|abbr=on}}.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title= Survey shows speeding at disputed camera site |publisher=[[Australian Capital Territory Chief Minister's Department|Chief Minister's Department]]|date=17 July 2007 |accessdate=23 April 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |archiveurl=|archivedate=12 November 2009|title=Speeding |publisher=[[Australian Federal Police]] |date=20 May 2008 |accessdate=23 April 2010}}</ref> An example is the [[Tuggeranong Parkway]] which links Canberra's CBD and Tuggeranong, and bypasses Weston Creek.{{sfn|Universal Publishers|2007|pp=57, 67, 77}} In most districts, discrete residential suburbs are bounded by main arterial roads with only a few residential linking in, to deter non-local traffic from cutting through areas of housing.{{sfn|Universal Publishers|2007|pp=1-100}}
InI anet effortforsøg to improveat roadforbedre safety,trafiksikkerheden trafficblev camerasovervågningskameraer wereindført first introduced toi Canberra by theaf CarnellCarnells Governmentregering ini 1999.<ref name=LawsonTraffic>{{cite news|url=|archiveurl=|archivedate=11 March 2014|title=Impact of traffic cameras on speed put under microscope|date=11 March 2014|newspaper=The Canberra Times|first=Kirsten|last=Lawson|publisher=Fairfax Media}}</ref> The traffic cameras installed in Canberra include fixed red-light and speed cameras and point-to-point speed cameras; together they bring in revenue of approximately $11&nbsp;million per year in fines.<ref name=LawsonTraffic/>
[[ACTION]], the government-operated bus service, provides public transport throughout the city.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Corporate |publisher=[[ACTION]] |accessdate=25 February 2014}}</ref> [[Qcity Transit]] provides bus services between Canberra and nearby areas of New South Wales through their [[Transborder Express]] brand ([[Murrumbateman]] and [[Yass, New South Wales|Yass]])<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=About Us |publisher=[[Transborder Express]] |accessdate=23 June 2017}}</ref> and as Qcity Transit ([[Queanbeyan, New South Wales|Queanbeyan]]).<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=About Us|publisher=[[Qcity Transit]] | accessdate=23 June 2017}}</ref> A [[Capital Metro, Canberra|light rail line]] is under construction. It will be completed in 2018 and will link the CBD with the northern district of [[Gungahlin]]. At the 2016 census, 7.1% of the journeys to work involved public transport, while 4.5% walked to work.<ref name="Census2016"/>