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There are two local taxi companies. [[Aerial Consolidated Transport|Aerial Capital Group]] enjoyed monopoly status until the arrival of Cabxpress in 2007.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2007/02/03/1839551.htm |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110218043332/http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2007/02/03/1839551.htm|archivedate=18 February 2011 |title=Taxi company 'not concerned' at losing monopoly |publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation |date=3 February 2007}}</ref> In October 2015 the ACT Government passed legislation to regulate ride sharing, allowing ride share services including [[Uber (company)|Uber]] to operate legally in Canberra.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-10-30/uber-launches-in-canberra/6898514|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Commission|title=Uber launches in ACT as Canberra becomes first city to regulate ride sharing|date=31 October 2015|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20151101065334/http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-10-30/uber-launches-in-canberra/6898514|archivedate=1 November 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/uber-goes-live-in-canberra-with-more-than-a-hundred-drivers-registered-20151030-gkmqaa.html|publisher=Fairfax Media|newspaper=The Canberra Times|title=Uber goes live in Canberra with more than 100 drivers registered|first=Tom|last=McIlroy|date=30 October 2015|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20151105033829/http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/uber-goes-live-in-canberra-with-more-than-a-hundred-drivers-registered-20151030-gkmqaa.html|archivedate=5 November 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/oct/30/act-chief-minister-launches-uber-in-canberra-calling-it-a-real-step-forward|newspaper=The Guardian|date=30 October 2015|title=ACT chief minister launches regulated Uber in Canberra, calling it 'a real step forward'|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20151103153733/http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/oct/30/act-chief-minister-launches-uber-in-canberra-calling-it-a-real-step-forward|archivedate=3 November 2015}}</ref> The ACT Government was the first jurisdiction in Australia to enact legislation to regulate the service.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.afr.com/technology/fullyregulated-uber-services-start-in-canberra-20151029-gkmgko|publisher=Fairfax Media|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20151030134534/http://www.afr.com/technology/fullyregulated-uber-services-start-in-canberra-20151029-gkmgko|archivedate=30 October 2015|date=30 October 2015|newspaper=Australian Financial Review|title=Fully-regulated Uber services start in Canberra}}</ref>
 
AnDer interstateer [[NSWen TrainLink]]jernbaneforbindelse railway service connectsmellem Canberra toog Sydney. Den betjenes af det offentlige selskab [[NSW TrainLink]].<ref name="traindestinations">{{Cite New South Wales transport timetables|Southern Region}}</ref> [[Canberra railwayCanberras station|Canberra's railway station]] is in theligger inneri southden suburbindre offorstad [[Kingston, Australian Capital Territory|Kingston]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.countrylink.info/travel_passes/travelpass_agencies|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110220052328/http://www.countrylink.info/travel_passes/travelpass_agencies|archivedate=20 February 2011 |title=Travel pass agencies |publisher=[[CountryLink]] |date=14 December 2009 |accessdate=23 April 2010}}</ref> BetweenFra 1920 andtil 1922 thekrydsede train line crossed thejernbanen Molonglo River andog rangik ashelt farind northi ascentrum. theDenne citysidste centre,del althoughblev thelukket lineefter wasen closedstørre followingoversvømmelse majorog floodingaldrig andgenbygget. wasPlaner neverom rebuilt,en whilelinje plans for a line totil [[Yass, New South Wales|Yass]] wereblev abandonedskrinlagt. AEn {{RailGauge|3ft6in|lk=on}}smalsporet gaugebane construction(1.067 railwaymm) wasblev builtbygget ini 1923 betweenfra theteglværket [[Yarralumla brickworks]] andtil thedet provisionalmidlertidige Parliament House;. itDen wasblev latersenere extendedforlænget totil Civic, butmen thehele wholelinjen lineblev waslukket closedi in Maymaj 1927.<ref>{{Cite book |title=Canberra's Engineering Heritage |url=http://www.engineer.org.au/chapter02.html |archivedate=23 July 2013|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130723191327/http://engineer.org.au/chapter02.html|chapter=Railways |last=Shellshear|first=Walter M. |accessdate=7 June 2010| publisher=Engineers Australia}}</ref> TrainDer serviceser toingen Melbournedirekte arejernbaneforbindelse providedtil by way of aMelbourne. NSW TrainLink busdriver serviceen whichbusservice connectstil withYass aen railtimes servicekørsel betweennord Sydneyfor andCanberra. MelbourneYass inligger Yass,ved aboutjernbaneforbindelsen amellem one-hourSydney driveog from CanberraMelbourne.<ref name=traindestinations/>{{sfn|Penguin Books Australia|2000|pp=20}}
 
PlansDen tooprindelige establishplan afor Canberra omfattede jernbane inden for bygrænsen,<ref name="railways">{{cite journal|title=Railways in the Australian Capital Territory|last=MacDonald|first=B.T.|publisher=[[High-speedAustralian railRailway inHistory|Australian AustraliaRailway Historical Society Bulletin]]|high-speeddate=May rail1967|pages=106–116|ref=harv}}</ref> men den er aldrig blevet bygget.<ref name="railways" /> En jernbaneforbindelse til [[Jervis Bay]] servicevar betweenogså planlagt men blev heller aldrig bygget.{{sfn|Gibbney|1988|pp=58, 60}} Planer om at bygge en højhastighedsbane mellem Melbourne, Canberra andog Sydney,<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2000/07/19/business/worldbusiness/19iht-ausrail.2.t.html|title=Sydney to Canberra in 80 Minutes–by High-Speed Train|work=New York Times|date= 19 July 2000 |accessdate=7 June 2010|last=Richardson|first=Michael|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130501033851/http://www.nytimes.com/2000/07/19/business/worldbusiness/19iht-ausrail.2.t.html|archivedate=1 May 2013}}</ref> haveer notendnu beenikke implementedblevet realiseret, asda thede variousforskellige proposalsforslag havealle beener deemedblevet anset for economicallyøkonomisk unviable.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://eriksrailnews.com/archive/hst2.html|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20120306111425/http://eriksrailnews.com/archive/hst2.html|archivedate=6 March 2012|title=Oz HSR Received?|work=The Australian |date= 29 October 2002 |accessdate=7 June 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Somer|first=Belinda |url=http://www.abc.net.au/pm/stories/s312944.htm|title=Govt considers rail link between eastern cities|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation|date=14 June 2001|accessdate=7 June 2010}}</ref> The original plans for Canberra included proposals for railed transport within the city,<ref name=railways>{{cite journal |title=Railways in the Australian Capital Territory |last=MacDonald|first= B.T. |publisher=[[Australian Railway History|Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin]] |date=May 1967 |pages=106–116 |ref=harv}}</ref> however none eventuated.<ref name=railways/> The phase 2 report of the most recent proposal, the [[High-speed rail in Australia#High-speed rail on the east coast of Australia|High Speed
Rail Study]], was published by the [[Department of Infrastructure and Transport]] on 11 April 2013.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=Australian Government [[Department of Infrastructure and Transport]]|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130625111825/http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/rail/trains/high_speed/files/HSR_Phase_2-Main_Report_Low_Res.pdf|author1=AECOM|author2=Booz and Co|author3=KPMG|author4=Hyder|author5=Acil Tasman|author6=Grimshaw Architects|archivedate=25 June 2013|url=http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/rail/trains/high_speed/files/HSR_Phase_2-Main_Report_Low_Res.pdf|title=High Speed Rail Study Phase 2 Report|id=Libraries Australia ID 50778307 |date=April 2013|ref={{harvid|High Speed Rail Study Phase 2 Report|2013}}}}</ref> A railway connecting Canberra to [[Jervis Bay]] was also planned but never constructed.{{sfn|Gibbney|1988|pp=58, 60}}
 
Canberra is about three hours by road from Sydney on the [[Federal Highway (Australia)|Federal Highway]] (National Highway 23),{{sfn|Penguin Books Australia|2000|loc=inside cover}} which connects with the [[Hume Highway]] (National Highway 31) near [[Goulburn, New South Wales|Goulburn]], and seven hours by road from Melbourne on the [[Barton Highway]] (National Highway 25), which joins the Hume Highway at Yass.{{sfn|Penguin Books Australia|2000|loc=inside cover}} It is a two-hour drive on the [[Monaro Highway]] (National Highway 23) to the ski fields of the [[Snowy Mountains]] and the [[Kosciuszko National Park]].{{sfn|Penguin Books Australia|2000|pp=20}} [[Batemans Bay]], a popular holiday spot on the New South Wales coast, is also two hours away via the [[Kings Highway, Australia|Kings Highway]].{{sfn|Penguin Books Australia|2000|pp=20}}
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