Have Your Say: Pedestrian Access Strategy
Residents are invited to have their say on Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Draft Pedestrian Access Strategy.
Council resolved at its Council Meeting on Tuesday 24 April 2018 to place the Draft Pedestrian Access Strategy on an eight-week public exhibition period.
Submissions close 5pm 30 July.
Mornington Peninsula Shire is inviting residents to learn more about this strategy at drop in sessions being held across the peninsula in the coming weeks. The sessions are being held on the following dates:
- Cerberus Ward Consultation - Hastings Community Hall, Thursday 14 June 2018, 4pm – 6pm
- Watson Ward Consultation - Somerville Mechanics Hall, Monday 18 June 2018, 4pm – 6pm
- Red Hill Ward Consultation - Balnarring Community Hall, Monday 20 June 2018, 4pm – 6pm
- Seawinds Ward Consultation - Rosebud Memorial Hall, Monday 25 June 2018, 4pm – 6pm
- Nepean Ward Consultation - Rye Civic Hall, Monday 2 July 2018, 4pm – 6pm
- Briars Ward Consultation - Mornington Park Pavilion, Tuesday 10 July 2018, 4pm – 6pm
The Draft Pedestrian Access Strategy has been developed to improve the connectivity and integration of the Shire’s path network were identified, whilst also focusing on the pedestrian experience of walking.
The strategy aims to create safe, accessible and connected pedestrian networks that facilitate pedestrian movement to key destinations.
Key elements of the draft strategy include:
- The creation of an integrated and connected pedestrian network of high quality and priority routes.
- Improving safety and accessibility for the users of the path network.
- Enhancing the user experience to facilitate and encourage pedestrian movement, through the creation of pedestrian friendly environments on through the provision of complementary infrastructure such as signage, rest spots etc.
- Promoting the use and tourism of recreational trails.
Download: Draft Pedestrian Access Strategy(PDF, 20MB)
Download: Principle Pedestrian Network (All Maps)(PDF, 113MB)
Download individual network area maps:
- Balnarring(PDF, 760KB)
- Baxter(PDF, 794KB)
- Bittern(PDF, 790KB)
- Blairgowrie(PDF, 775KB)
- Capel Sound(PDF, 819KB)
- Crib Point(PDF, 703KB)
- Dromana(PDF, 805KB)
- Flinders(PDF, 708KB)
- Hastings(PDF, 847KB)
- McCrae(PDF, 817KB)
- Mornington(PDF, 976KB)
- Mt Eliza(PDF, 895KB)
- Mt Martha(PDF, 785KB)
- Portsea(PDF, 700KB)
- Red Hill(PDF, 790KB)
- Red Hill South(PDF, 846KB)
- Rosebud(PDF, 792KB)
- Rosebud South(PDF, 877KB)
- Rye(PDF, 797KB)
- Safety Beach(PDF, 618KB)
- Shoreham(PDF, 628KB)
- Somers(PDF, 648KB)
- Somerville(PDF, 911KB)
- Sorrento(PDF, 733KB)
- St Andrews Beach(PDF, 2MB)
- Tootgarook(PDF, 828KB)
- Tyabb(PDF, 793KB)
Creating a community which is connected, mobile, healthy and happy are key strategic objectives in our Council Plan 2017 – 2021.
Improved connectivity and safety of the path network throughout the Shire will not only increase accessibility for those with disabilities, but will facilitate pedestrian movement including walking, cycling and other nonvehicular modes of transport.
We encourage the community to take the time to review this draft strategy to improve our pedestrian networks across the peninsula.
The strategy will also be used as basis to guide future capital works expenditure on pathways and pedestrian infrastructure projects.
Have your say
Submissions close 5pm 20 July
Mornington Peninsula Shire Council
Attn: Ram Kamalanandan
Draft Pedestrian Access Strategy
Private Bag 1000 Rosebud 3939
Hard copies are available at the Shire’s offices in Rosebud, Mornington, Hastings and Somerville.
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