Have your say on active transport pathways in Penrith

Penrith City Council is updating its active transport implementation plan to determine priority projects, routes and infrastructure. And they are looking for your help.

The Penrith Accessible Trails Hierarchy Study (PATHS) Implementation Plan 2022-2032 is the Council’s cornerstone document setting out the strategy for the region’s walking and cycling network.

The Implementation Plan earmarks a number of priority bike projects for Penrith.

  • School House Creek Corridor from Glenmore Parkway to Mulgoa Road (9.2km)
  • South Penrith to Jamisontown via York Road (4.4km)
  • Old Bathurst Road Corridor, Emu Plains (3.6km)
  • Queen Street Corridor, St Marys (1.0km)
  • North St Marys to St Marys via Glossop Street (2.0km)
  • Penrith City Centre Connections (3.9km)
  • Glossop Street to Queen Street (0.8km)
  • Bringelly Road and Maxwell Street (4.0km)
  • Cranebrook to Penrith City Centre (5.6km)
  • Evan Street, Penrith (3.1km)

If you would like to comment on the Council’s plan, let them hear it. You can provide your feedback via the YourSayPenrith website here.

You can also provide a written response to Penrith City Council via e-mail or via mail at PO Box 60, Penrith NSW 2751.

Community consultation closes on October 28.  

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