NOW ADOPTED! Walk and Ride in Casey Strategy 2019 - 2041

Walk and Ride in Casey Strategy

The City of Casey have updated the previous Paths and Trails Strategy, through the endorsement of the 'Walk and Ride in Casey' Strategy 2019 - 2041.

This strategy was developed with a extensive consultation with our community and across different teams within Council and it is now completed. The adoption of the strategy represents Council commitment on investment in path infrastructure to improve connectivity within our City and to connect to neighbouring Cities

Priority projects will include missing paths:

a. Around 1.5 walkable catchment from:

* Major activity centres

* Train Stations

* Main schools

b. Along the recreational trails proposed in the strategy

c. Missing paths to connect to neighbouring Councils

During 2020 Council will develop the implementation plan of the strategy, which will include the missing paths projects to be implemented in the next 20 years


The City of Casey have updated the previous Paths and Trails Strategy, through the endorsement of the 'Walk and Ride in Casey' Strategy 2019 - 2041.

This strategy was developed with a extensive consultation with our community and across different teams within Council and it is now completed. The adoption of the strategy represents Council commitment on investment in path infrastructure to improve connectivity within our City and to connect to neighbouring Cities

Priority projects will include missing paths:

a. Around 1.5 walkable catchment from:

* Major activity centres

* Train Stations

* Main schools

b. Along the recreational trails proposed in the strategy

c. Missing paths to connect to neighbouring Councils

During 2020 Council will develop the implementation plan of the strategy, which will include the missing paths projects to be implemented in the next 20 years


CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.

Does the Walk and Ride Strategy address the main aspects to deliver new and improved path networks within Casey and adjoining municipalities?

Yes, no changes required
0%
Yes, but I feel we have missed something minor
20%
No, it needs more work
70%
I am unsure and will talk to a Council officer
10%
Total Votes : 10