Our work to create a city for walking and cycling comes a step closer on Monday when Council considers the Liveable Green Network Strategy and Masterplan.
Improving public streets can make walking and riding real transport choices for short trips between the city centre, neighbourhoods, public transport, parks and education and cultural and recreational facilities. Shading, bubblers and places to sit with WiFi, as well as way-finding signage and public art, can help create vibrant and attractive streets.
About one million people come into the local government area every day for work, study, shopping or recreation, and 85 per cent come by public transport, walking or cycling.
The Liveable Green Network creates a framework for high quality public streets and spaces and sustainable transport choices to get around the City.