Our Pedestrian Access & Mobility Plan (PAMP) has been adopted by Council
Pedestrian Access & Mobility Plan
Walking and travelling on our footpaths is a fundamental and direct means of access to key services for many people in our community. It is important that the pedestrian network in the City of Canada Bay meets current and future needs for pedestrians of all ages and mobility, including older people, mobility impaired, school children, and recreational users.
To facilitate this, the City of Canada Bay Council has prepared a new Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP). The PAMP outlines an infrastructure strategy to improve pedestrian accessibility, connectivity, and safety within the local area. In the delivery of the strategy we aim to see more people choosing walking as a form of active transport.
This planning document follows an extensive consultation period in February 2021, where the community provided valuable information regarding barriers and opportunities for safe, convenient and connected pedestrian infrastructure.
We used your feedback to help inform the PAMP, including the following:
- Locations of existing issues and constraints for pedestrians
- Identified issues and proposed upgrades
- Ranking of pedestrian improvements
- Locations of treatment opportunities
- Prioritisation (high, medium, low) of proposed pedestrian infrastructure.
The works identified within the PAMP will be progressively delivered under Council's Accessibility Works Program.