Draft Cycling and Shared Path Network Plan 2018-2022

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Update: Thank you to all community members who provided valuable suggestions after review of the Draft Cycling and Shared Path Network Plan 2018-2022

Community responses identified in excess of 150 proposed paths, all of which will be mapped and carefully evaluated, to assist in the identification of strategic goals and cycling infrastructure projects for the short to medium term.


Do you cycle or walk for exercise, pleasure or transport purposes?

The City and the Department of Transport invite community input on the following draft documents:

The City’s Draft Cycling and Shared Path Network Plan 2018-2022 has a local focus, and further community input will help us to create a planning tool and reference document for the provision and maintenance of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure and non- infrastructure programs within the City for the next 5 years.

The Leeuwin Naturaliste 2050 Cycling Strategy (comprising the City of Busselton and the Shire of Augusta Margaret River) is a long–term vision to realise the subregion’s cycling potential, and seeks to create a blueprint for connecting, enhancing and extending the region’s cycling infrastructure through the development of an interconnected network of off-road shared path and trails, on road bike lanes, and residential streets.

Your valuable feedback is invited for both draft documents for a two week comment period commencing Monday 19th March.

Each participant in the City of Busselton Draft Cycling and Shared Path Network Plan 2018-2022 survey will go in the draw to WIN a $150 Fat Duck Voucher. *

*One $150 voucher is available and the participant will be drawn randomly on Thursday 12 April 2018 and emailed via their Your Say registration email address to collect their prize from the City of Busselton Administration Building.

Update: Thank you to all community members who provided valuable suggestions after review of the Draft Cycling and Shared Path Network Plan 2018-2022

Community responses identified in excess of 150 proposed paths, all of which will be mapped and carefully evaluated, to assist in the identification of strategic goals and cycling infrastructure projects for the short to medium term.


Do you cycle or walk for exercise, pleasure or transport purposes?

The City and the Department of Transport invite community input on the following draft documents:

The City’s Draft Cycling and Shared Path Network Plan 2018-2022 has a local focus, and further community input will help us to create a planning tool and reference document for the provision and maintenance of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure and non- infrastructure programs within the City for the next 5 years.

The Leeuwin Naturaliste 2050 Cycling Strategy (comprising the City of Busselton and the Shire of Augusta Margaret River) is a long–term vision to realise the subregion’s cycling potential, and seeks to create a blueprint for connecting, enhancing and extending the region’s cycling infrastructure through the development of an interconnected network of off-road shared path and trails, on road bike lanes, and residential streets.

Your valuable feedback is invited for both draft documents for a two week comment period commencing Monday 19th March.

Each participant in the City of Busselton Draft Cycling and Shared Path Network Plan 2018-2022 survey will go in the draw to WIN a $150 Fat Duck Voucher. *

*One $150 voucher is available and the participant will be drawn randomly on Thursday 12 April 2018 and emailed via their Your Say registration email address to collect their prize from the City of Busselton Administration Building.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

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