Please Respond – Willoughby Council bike routes public exhibition closing 20 June

Reminder – Your support is requested NOW for two bicycle routes between Chatswood and St Leonards. Willoughby Council has on public exhibition for comment, detailed design for two bicycle routes between Chatswood and St Leonards. Both exhibitions close on Sunday 20 June. These projects need your support NOW. With detailed design for both routes now prepared, these are ready for construction, once Council has the funding, as long as they receive community support.

Pacific Highway Shared Path Route

This proposal is for a shared path on the eastern side of the Pacific Highway (Willoughby side) between Mowbray Road, Chatswood and Herbert Street, St Leonards. Details of the proposal (updated recently) plus a survey to complete are at:
https://www.haveyoursaywilloughby.com.au/pacific_hwy_bicycle_facilities

Chatswood to St Leonards Separated Cycleway (along Hampden Road and Herbert Street)

This proposal is for a separated bike path along the eastern side of Herbert Street and Hampden Road between Mowbray Road and the Pacific Highway, St Leonards. This separated bike path will replace the existing on-road painted bike lanes. Details of the proposal (updated recently) plus a survey to complete are at: https://www.haveyoursaywilloughby.com.au/Chatswood_StLeonards_PBN

Your support in response to these exhibitions is very much needed, especially in this Council election year.

https://www.willoughby.nsw.gov.au/Council/News-and-media/Community-invited-to-comment-on-detailed-design-plans-for-cycleways

The concept for Pacific Highway shared path was on exhibition in 2019 and the separated path along Herbert/Hampden in 2020. You can download previous Bike North submissions to these projects from the Bike North website at https://www.bikenorth.org.au/working_groups/willoughby/

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Pacific Highway in the 2019 Correspondence folder

Herbert/Hampden in the 2020 Correspondence folder

Advocacy Working Groups: Willoughby

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