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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=|author1=AECOM|author2=Booz and Co|author3=KPMG|author4=Hyder|author5=Acil Tasman|author6=Grimshaw Architects|archivedate=25 June 2013|url=|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>
Canberra isligger aboutomkring threetre hourstimers bykørsel road fromfra 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}}
Lufthavnen [[Canberra Airport]] provides direct domestichar servicesindenrigsflyvninger totil [[Sydney]], [[Melbourne]], [[Brisbane]], [[Adelaide]], [[Gold Coast, Queensland(Australien)|Gold Coast]] andog [[Perth]], with connections to other domestic centres.<ref>{{cite web | url= |archiveurl=|archivedate=2 September 2012| title=Departures | publisher=[[Canberra Airport]] | accessdate=13 May 2010 }}</ref> ThereDer areer alsoogså directflyvninger flightstil tomindre smallbyer regional towns:som [[Dubbo]] andog [[Newcastle, New South Wales|Newcastle]] ini New South Wales. RegularDer commercialer internationalinternationale flightsflyforbindelser operate totil [[Singapore]] andog [[Wellington]] from the airport four times a week.<ref>{{cite news|url=|title=Singapore Airlines flight arrives in Canberra, first direct international flight in more than a decade|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation|date=21 September 2016|archivedate=21 September 2016|archiveurl=}}</ref> Canberra Airport is, as of September 2013, designated by the [[Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development|Australian Government Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development]] as a restricted use designated international airport.<ref>{{cite web|url=|archiveurl=|archivedate=10 May 2013|publisher=Australian Government Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development|title=Designated International Airports in Australia|date=27 February 2013}}</ref> Until 2003 the civilian airport shared runways with [[Fairbairn airbase|RAAF Base Fairbairn]]. In June of that year, the Air Force base was decommissioned and from that time the airport was fully under civilian control.<ref>{{cite journal|title=Farewell to Fairbairn|work=Air Force|publisher=Royal Australian Air Force|volume=45|issue=12|last=Hogan|first=Richard|date=July 2003|ref=harv}}</ref>
Canberra has one of the highest rates of active travel of all Australian major cities, with 7.1&nbsp;per&nbsp;cent of commuters walking or cycling to work in 2011.<ref>{{cite press release|url=|first=Simon|last=Corbell|author-link=Simon Corbell|date=31 July 2013|title=Canberra ranks highly in national report|archivedate=18 March 2014|archiveurl=}}</ref> An ACT Government survey conducted in late 2010 found that Canberrans walk an average of 26&nbsp;minutes each day.<ref>{{citation|url=|page=38|title=Transport for Canberra: Transport for a sustainable city 2012–31|publisher=ACT Government|date=March 2012|archiveurl=|archivedate=31 January 2014|deadurl=yes|df=dmy-all}}</ref> According to ''The Canberra Times'' in March 2014, Canberra's cyclists are involved in an average of four reported collisions every week.<ref>{{cite news|url=|archiveurl=|archivedate=19 March 2014|date=19 March 2014|title=Costs add up as more cyclists take to public roads and suffer tumbles|first=Phillip|last=Thomson}}</ref> The newspaper also reported that Canberra is home to 87,000 cyclists, translating to the highest cycling participation rate in Australia; and, with higher popularity, bike injury rates in 2012 were twice the national average.<ref>{{cite news|url=|newspaper=The Canberra Times|publisher=Fairfax Media|archivedate=25 June 2014|archiveurl=|title=Cycling campaign group Pedal Power slams ACT government on injury rates|first=John|last=Thistleton|date=25 June 2014}}</ref>