Walking, Cycling and Better Streets

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Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on this draft Strategy. You can now view the engagement summary. Council adopted the draft Strategy at the Ordinary Council meeting on Monday 28 June 2021.

You can view the Strategy here and stay up to date on current walking and cycling projects happening around the city here.

The Walking, Cycling and Better Streets Strategy will help deliver new pedestrian, cycling and road safety improvements across the City.

The Strategy sets a framework for streetscapes that cater for the safety and convenience of all road users, including pedestrians, cyclists, children, elderly, people with disability.

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on this draft Strategy. You can now view the engagement summary. Council adopted the draft Strategy at the Ordinary Council meeting on Monday 28 June 2021.

You can view the Strategy here and stay up to date on current walking and cycling projects happening around the city here.

The Walking, Cycling and Better Streets Strategy will help deliver new pedestrian, cycling and road safety improvements across the City.

The Strategy sets a framework for streetscapes that cater for the safety and convenience of all road users, including pedestrians, cyclists, children, elderly, people with disability.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for reviewing the draft Walking, Cycling and Better Streets Strategy. This survey is broken up into three sections.We encourage you to answer section one and if you choose, you can continue to answer section two and or section three.

    Section one - Support for draft Strategy: Asks questions to learn more about you and your thoughts on the draft Strategy. This section will take approximately five minutes to complete

    Section two - Pedestrian and accessibility: Ask questions to help Council understand community preferences for delivering pedestrian and accessibility improvements around the City. This section will take approximately 10 minutes to complete

    Section three - Cycling network: Asks questions to help Council understand community preferences for delivering the City's cycling network. It does not cover mountain biking or pump tracks, which will be investigated as part of open spaces and recreation planning. This section should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

    All three sections will take approximately 25 minutes to complete.






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