Cycling Strategy - Comment invited

The City of Stonnington’s draft Cycling Strategy has been developed following a community consultation program in early-2019.

The 2019 consultation attracted survey responses from 526 community members, sharing their cycling habits and initiatives they believe Council should prioritise. Read results from the 2019 consultation here.

The resulting draft Cycling Strategy contains commitments that reflect the community feedback and support evidence-based research for best practice initiatives.

The draft strategy aims “to increase the number of people cycling in Stonnington, with a focus on improving safety”.

To achieve this, the draft strategy has three major areas of focus:

  • Safer cycling along the Chapel Street corridor
  • Paths that everyone can feel comfortable using
  • Delivery of the Strategic Cycling Corridors through state investment

For further information please contact Transport and Parking on 8290 2045 or email draftitp2019@stonnington.vic.gov.au

The City of Stonnington’s draft Cycling Strategy has been developed following a community consultation program in early-2019.

The 2019 consultation attracted survey responses from 526 community members, sharing their cycling habits and initiatives they believe Council should prioritise. Read results from the 2019 consultation here.

The resulting draft Cycling Strategy contains commitments that reflect the community feedback and support evidence-based research for best practice initiatives.

The draft strategy aims “to increase the number of people cycling in Stonnington, with a focus on improving safety”.

To achieve this, the draft strategy has three major areas of focus:

  • Safer cycling along the Chapel Street corridor
  • Paths that everyone can feel comfortable using
  • Delivery of the Strategic Cycling Corridors through state investment

For further information please contact Transport and Parking on 8290 2045 or email draftitp2019@stonnington.vic.gov.au

  • Comment invited

    17 days ago

    Based on the responses from the 2019 community consultation and evidence-based research on best practice initiatives, we have now developed a draft strategy that will guide Council’s cycling priorities for the next five years.

    We invite you to read the draft strategy and provide your feedback by Sunday 1 March 2020.

    You can provide your feedback:

    At the close of this consultation, all comments will be reported to Council ahead of the strategy being adopted.

    Based on the responses from the 2019 community consultation and evidence-based research on best practice initiatives, we have now developed a draft strategy that will guide Council’s cycling priorities for the next five years.

    We invite you to read the draft strategy and provide your feedback by Sunday 1 March 2020.

    You can provide your feedback:

    At the close of this consultation, all comments will be reported to Council ahead of the strategy being adopted.

  • Community consultation complete

    about 1 year ago

    Community consultation to inform the Cycling Strategy 2019-2024 closed on 4 March 2019.

    At the close of the consultation, 526 participants had completed the online survey. You can view the results here.

    We thank everyone for your input, which will be used to inform development of a draft strategy.

    The community will be invited to comment on the draft strategy in mid-2019.

    Community consultation to inform the Cycling Strategy 2019-2024 closed on 4 March 2019.

    At the close of the consultation, 526 participants had completed the online survey. You can view the results here.

    We thank everyone for your input, which will be used to inform development of a draft strategy.

    The community will be invited to comment on the draft strategy in mid-2019.