Integrated Transport Plan

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Consultation has been extended to 5pm Monday 22 July 2024

Council is seeking your feedback on the six draft Action Plans of the Integrated Transport Plan to ensure that transport in the district will provide safe, connected and efficient access for the whole community.

The purpose of an Integrated Transport Plan is to create a framework and direction to align transport investment and policy decisions with the aspirations the community hold for the district in the future. It will be our key strategic document that guides transport projects, advocacy and decision making with evidence-based justifications to a range of projects.

A well implemented Integrated Transport Plan ensures the Council and the community are aligned to achieve the outcomes we want as a district to be, which is:

  • Safer
  • Healthier
  • More connected
  • Sustainable
  • More inclusive, and
  • Building our economic prosperity.

The Integrated Transport Plan consists of the Transport Lead Strategy (which has already been endorsed by Council) and six themed action plans which have been drafted in consultation with key stakeholders. We are seeking wider community feedback on the following draft themed action plans:

  1. Road Network Management
  2. Active Transport
  3. Road Safety
  4. Parking
  5. Public Transport
  6. Technology and Innovation

Each themed action plan includes discussion on the existing position, guiding principles and strategies, identify issues/opportunities and guide the prioritisation of Council’s investment in transport infrastructure and initiatives. Council's role in the actions varies. Council may be the provider, facilitator, stakeholder or advocate. The definitions of each role are:

Provider - Council directly provides infrastructure including the construction of local roads, footpaths and trails.

Facilitator - Council facilitates the provision of the required actions by others e.g. provision of footpath to a bus stop.

Stakeholder - Council provides information or assistance in the development of a project e.g. desirable active transport links for Adelaide Road interchange upgrade.

Advocacy - Council advocates on behalf of the community for the actions that are required e.g. public transport.

SEEKING YOUR FEEDBACK

Click on each themed action plan to find out more information and to have your say. You are welcome to provide your feedback on one, some, or all of the action plans.

Consultation is open from 5 June to 22 July 2024.

Following community engagement, a consolidated Action Plan including timing and expected costs will be determined by Council, noting that the financial responsibility for many projects rests with the State Government.


Consultation has been extended to 5pm Monday 22 July 2024

Council is seeking your feedback on the six draft Action Plans of the Integrated Transport Plan to ensure that transport in the district will provide safe, connected and efficient access for the whole community.

The purpose of an Integrated Transport Plan is to create a framework and direction to align transport investment and policy decisions with the aspirations the community hold for the district in the future. It will be our key strategic document that guides transport projects, advocacy and decision making with evidence-based justifications to a range of projects.

A well implemented Integrated Transport Plan ensures the Council and the community are aligned to achieve the outcomes we want as a district to be, which is:

  • Safer
  • Healthier
  • More connected
  • Sustainable
  • More inclusive, and
  • Building our economic prosperity.

The Integrated Transport Plan consists of the Transport Lead Strategy (which has already been endorsed by Council) and six themed action plans which have been drafted in consultation with key stakeholders. We are seeking wider community feedback on the following draft themed action plans:

  1. Road Network Management
  2. Active Transport
  3. Road Safety
  4. Parking
  5. Public Transport
  6. Technology and Innovation

Each themed action plan includes discussion on the existing position, guiding principles and strategies, identify issues/opportunities and guide the prioritisation of Council’s investment in transport infrastructure and initiatives. Council's role in the actions varies. Council may be the provider, facilitator, stakeholder or advocate. The definitions of each role are:

Provider - Council directly provides infrastructure including the construction of local roads, footpaths and trails.

Facilitator - Council facilitates the provision of the required actions by others e.g. provision of footpath to a bus stop.

Stakeholder - Council provides information or assistance in the development of a project e.g. desirable active transport links for Adelaide Road interchange upgrade.

Advocacy - Council advocates on behalf of the community for the actions that are required e.g. public transport.

SEEKING YOUR FEEDBACK

Click on each themed action plan to find out more information and to have your say. You are welcome to provide your feedback on one, some, or all of the action plans.

Consultation is open from 5 June to 22 July 2024.

Following community engagement, a consolidated Action Plan including timing and expected costs will be determined by Council, noting that the financial responsibility for many projects rests with the State Government.


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