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Footpath Construction Program 2017 - 2018

Every year Council allocates funding towards the construction of new footpaths throughout the Local Government Area.

Council supports the ongoing improvement of footpath facilities in the City, to promote walking as a healthy activity and to promote walking as a sustainable transport choice for residents. Community demand for improved footpaths is also very high, with the current list of requests being in excess of $7m.

Council determines the annual footpath program by taking into consideration all requests as well as examining sections of road where a footpath would provide an important pedestrian link for the community.

Council spends in the order of $250,000 a year in constructing new footpaths. Each request for a new footpath is assessed against set criteria and is prioritised against all requests that Council receives.

In assessing requests for new footpaths, Council takes into consideration the following:

  • Whether there is an obvious wear path in the existing footpath, caused by pedestrian activity
  • How close the footpath is to high pedestrian activity areas, such as schools or shopping centres
  • Whether the footpath completes a missing link in the footpath system
  • Whether the elderly or disabled pedestrians use the footpath
  • Whether the existing footpath surface creates a hazard for pedestrians
  • How much vehicle traffic occurs along the route.

 Follow the links below to view the individual projects, their status and photos of the completed jobs.

We currently have the following footpath constructions scheduled for first half of 2018:

Mount Huon Close, Glen Alpine - From existing path at Glen Alpine Drive to Charn Wood Crescent - 150m in length

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Currawong Street, Ingleburn - From existing path at Koala Walk Reserve to 11 Currawong Street - 170m in length

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Kingsclare Street, Leumeah - From Brundell Avenue to Lander Street - 170m in length

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Fuchsia Crescent, Macquarie Fields - From existing path at 29 Fuchsia Crescent to Saywell Road - 210m in length

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Wattle Avenue, Macquarie Fields - From school crossing to existing path at Pritchard Road - 295m in length

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Kitson Place, Minto - From existing path at school crossing to Ohlfsen Road - 140m in length

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Mustang Drive, Raby - From Halifax Street to bus stop outside 19 Mustang Drive - 130m in length

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Polonius Street, Rosemeadow - From existing path at 17 Polonius Street to Cordelia Street - 35m in length

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Polonius Street, Rosemeadow - From existing path at 17 Polonius Street to Cordelia Street - 35m in length

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Stage 2

Coachwood Crescent, Bradbury - From Jacaranda Avenue to 86 Coachwood Crescent - 40m in length

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Harthouse Road, Ambarvale - From existing path at 6 Harthouse Road to Clerkenwell Crescent - 50m in length

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Jiniwin Place, Ambarvale - From existing path at 3 Jiniwin Place to Codlin Street - 60m in length

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Pembroke Road, Minto - From existing path to pram ramp - 30m in length

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Whipbird Avenue, Ingleburn - From existing path to Oxford Road - 80m in length

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As the construction of these footpaths progress, updates will be added to their individual project pages.

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