Cycling Strategy Review: Darebin
Posted in Seeking by Kate Archdeacon on February 23rd, 2011
With over 80km of shared pathways and 50km of on-road cycle lanes, cycling is an attractive alternative to driving in Darebin. It is a healthy, fun and quick way to get around. The Darebin Cycling Strategy is being reviewed and Council is seeking community input.
You can provide feedback on Darebin’s on and off-road cycling facilities; upgrades and improvement needs; and how Council can better promote and support cycling in Darebin. The new Strategy will reflect the changing context of cycling as transport, the popularity of cycling for leisure and transport and the large gains made since that Strategy’s inception and the adoption and implementation of the Darebin Transport Strategy 2007-2027 (DTS).
The new Action Plan will provide an ambitious, yet achievable set of priorities for delivery of infrastructure and programs within Darebin.
The survey closes on 27 March 2011 – check the website for more details.