We have identified an important transit connection that will increase the use of active travel to help break the reliance on cars as the main mode of travel for local trips.
We are proposing a 2m shared path for pedestrians and bicycle riders through Warriewood Valley Sportsground which will provide active travel connections to the Narrabeen Education Precinct, sporting facilities, Warriewood B-Line, Warriewood Square and other key destinations.
The upgrade to the pedestrian crossing in Jacksons Road, near the Boondah Road intersection, to a raised pedestrian and bicycle crossing will connect existing and planned shared paths.
Future shared paths will be constructed as part of the Warriewood Valley Community Centre and Boondah Road upgrade.
This project is aligned with our Move – Northern Beaches Transport Strategy and will provide users with a wider path, safer crossings and greater accessibility for our community to walk and cycle. It would also result in both transport and recreational benefits for our community.We exhibited these proposals between Tuesday 25 January and Friday 18 February 2022 to seek thoughts on each proposal. Feedback is now being reviewed and will support our grant application to the state government.
We anticipate construction will take place in the 2022/23 Financial Year.
Exhibited plan - shared path and crossing upgrade
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To learn more about this project, please contact:
|Name||Michelle Carter, Acting Manager Transport Network|
|Phone||1300 434 434 (during business hours)|
Marked 2022/23 Active Transport proposal - Jacksons Road, Warriewood, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82 Manly NSW 1655.