Public transport users have been invited to take their first light rail trip to Commonwealth Park, virtually.
ACT government has created an interactive website which allows visitors to experience travelling from Alinga Station to the new Edinburgh Avenue, City South and Commonwealth Park stops.
With works due to begin before the end of the year, the next stage of the development will extend the light rail by 1.7 kilometres.
The next step of an almost $2 billion project, Stage 2A will take the light rail to Commonwealth Park.
Following the completion of the Alinga Street to Commonwealth Park project, Stage 2B will continue the line to Woden.
The ACT government's new website and "virtual engagement room" has been developed to give Canberrans updates on the project's development and provide feedback.
Minister for Transport Chris Steel said ACT government would be consulting on issues including environmental, community and heritage impacts, the design and spaces along the route.
"Light rail to Woden is Canberra's biggest ever infrastructure build, creating over 6000 jobs and helping to shape our city's transport future," Mr Steel said.
"So we want to involve Canberrans in an ongoing conversation about how we deliver it."
The first stage of light rail to Woden is jointly funded by the ACT and federal governments.
The Commonwealth announced in February it would contribute $135 million to the project.
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