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Connecting Northern Beaches

Northern Beaches Council is delivering this once in a lifetime project as part of a $32.6 million infrastructure investment partnership with the NSW Government.

Connecting Northern Beaches will deliver two major programs. The first is a $22.3 million program focused on integrating active walking paths and cycleways that link to B-Line transport hubs and services.

The second is a $10.3 million inclusive and active play program featuring the creation of two new major all-abilities playgrounds, upgrades to play areas across the Northern Beaches to make them more inclusive, and $4 million for sporting facilities and Surf Lifesaving Clubs to promote the Northern Beaches as an active, social and inclusive community.

Northern Beaches Council is delivering this once in a lifetime project as part of a $32.6 million infrastructure investment partnership with the NSW Government.

Connecting Northern Beaches will deliver two major programs. The first is a $22.3 million program focused on integrating active walking paths and cycleways that link to B-Line transport hubs and services.

The second is a $10.3 million inclusive and active play program featuring the creation of two new major all-abilities playgrounds, upgrades to play areas across the Northern Beaches to make them more inclusive, and $4 million for sporting facilities and Surf Lifesaving Clubs to promote the Northern Beaches as an active, social and inclusive community.

  • Upcoming Works - Mona Vale Golf Course Walkway Upgrade

    about 1 month ago

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the iconic Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    We recently consulted on proposed sections of walkway from Mona Vale Golf Course to Hillcrest Avenue, Mona Vale.

    The proposed upgrade of the existing walkway behind the golf course was well received and as such, we will soon be progressing with the upgrade of this section.

    Features Include

    • 2.5m wide coloured concrete shared path
    • Minor landscaping

    How will these works impact me?

    The Mona Vale Golf Course Walkway will be temporarily closed during the upgrade works.

    Temporary detours will be required for the duration of the works

    • Detour Options via beach (Dogs not permitted)
    • Alternate detour route for Pittwater / Barrenjoey Road via Coronation Street and Golf Avenue Mona Vale

    Works will commence 26 March 2018 and take approximately 7 weeks to complete.

    We thank you for your patience during this upgrade. If you have any questions, you’re welcome to contact Rick Briske, Project Officer 9942 2473.

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the iconic Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    We recently consulted on proposed sections of walkway from Mona Vale Golf Course to Hillcrest Avenue, Mona Vale.

    The proposed upgrade of the existing walkway behind the golf course was well received and as such, we will soon be progressing with the upgrade of this section.

    Features Include

    • 2.5m wide coloured concrete shared path
    • Minor landscaping

    How will these works impact me?

    The Mona Vale Golf Course Walkway will be temporarily closed during the upgrade works.

    Temporary detours will be required for the duration of the works

    • Detour Options via beach (Dogs not permitted)
    • Alternate detour route for Pittwater / Barrenjoey Road via Coronation Street and Golf Avenue Mona Vale

    Works will commence 26 March 2018 and take approximately 7 weeks to complete.

    We thank you for your patience during this upgrade. If you have any questions, you’re welcome to contact Rick Briske, Project Officer 9942 2473.

  • Mona Vale Golf Course - Surfview Road (Apex Park) Mona Vale

    2 months ago

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the iconic Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    So as to improve pedestrian access and safety through Mona Vale, we are proposing the following;

    1. Upgrade existing gravel path along the golf course to a 2.5 metre wide shared coloured concrete path
    2. Upgrade section of footpath from Golf Avenue to the existing pedestrian crossing at the southern end of Surfview Road (continuing to Seabeach Avenue outside Apex Park)

    Preliminary Design Plans

    Have Your Say

    Drop-In Sessions

    To learn more and have your say, drop-in to one of our onsite information sessions on the grassed area south of Mona Vale Surf Life Saving Club;

    • Sunday 25 February 2018: 12pm – 1pm
    • Tuesday 27 February 2018: 9am – 10am

    Make a Comment

    Can't make one of our onsite drop-in sessions? That's OK, you can also provide comment online.

    Complete feedback form

    Timing

    Works are proposed to commence in mid 2018.

    Construction Impacts

    Vehicular and pedestrian access will be maintained during the upgrade works for the section between Surfview Road – Apex Park.

    Pedestrian access through the Mona Vale Golf Course walkway will be affected however you will be notified prior to works commencing.

    Contact

    If you have any questions, you’re welcome to contact the Project Manager, Gynt Drinan on 9942 2812 or gynt.drinan@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au

    Comments close Sunday 11 March 2018

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the iconic Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    So as to improve pedestrian access and safety through Mona Vale, we are proposing the following;

    1. Upgrade existing gravel path along the golf course to a 2.5 metre wide shared coloured concrete path
    2. Upgrade section of footpath from Golf Avenue to the existing pedestrian crossing at the southern end of Surfview Road (continuing to Seabeach Avenue outside Apex Park)

    Preliminary Design Plans

    Have Your Say

    Drop-In Sessions

    To learn more and have your say, drop-in to one of our onsite information sessions on the grassed area south of Mona Vale Surf Life Saving Club;

    • Sunday 25 February 2018: 12pm – 1pm
    • Tuesday 27 February 2018: 9am – 10am

    Make a Comment

    Can't make one of our onsite drop-in sessions? That's OK, you can also provide comment online.

    Complete feedback form

    Timing

    Works are proposed to commence in mid 2018.

    Construction Impacts

    Vehicular and pedestrian access will be maintained during the upgrade works for the section between Surfview Road – Apex Park.

    Pedestrian access through the Mona Vale Golf Course walkway will be affected however you will be notified prior to works commencing.

    Contact

    If you have any questions, you’re welcome to contact the Project Manager, Gynt Drinan on 9942 2812 or gynt.drinan@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au

    Comments close Sunday 11 March 2018

  • Narrabeen Park Parade Warriewood - Mona Vale

    2 months ago

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the development of an iconic coastal walkway.

    We are seeking feedback on preliminary design plans for various sections of footpath along Narrabeen Park Parade from Warriewood to Mona Vale.

    View the Detailed Design Plan ( Warriewood - Robert Dunn Reserve, Mona Vale)

    The proposed new sections of path will improve pedestrian access and safety along Narrabeen Park Parade, connecting into the existing walkway through Robert Dunn Reserve, Mona Vale.


    Proposed Walkway Includes;

    • Two sections of new 1.5m wide concrete path along Narrabeen Park Parade (south)
    • New 1.5m wide concrete path from Narrabeen Park Parade through reserve (south)
    • Re-alignment of parking adjacent to Warriewood Beach shops
    • Installation of new 1.5m wide concrete path in-front of re-aligned parking
    • New 1.5m walkway along Narrabeen Park Parade (eastern side) from Melbourne Avenue – Cook Terrace

    How can I have my say

    Drop-in Session

    Attend an onsite drop-in session at Robert Dunn Reserve, Mona Vale

    • Sunday 25 February 2018: 1.45pm – 2.45pm
    • Wednesday 28 February 2018: 10.30am – 11.30am
    Make a Comment

    Can't make it to one of our information drop-in sessions? Why not make a comment online?

    Comments close Sunday 11 March 2018

    If you have any questions please contact Gynt Drinan, Project Manager on 9942 2812 or Jen Moody, Community Liaison 9942 2755

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the development of an iconic coastal walkway.

    We are seeking feedback on preliminary design plans for various sections of footpath along Narrabeen Park Parade from Warriewood to Mona Vale.

    View the Detailed Design Plan ( Warriewood - Robert Dunn Reserve, Mona Vale)

    The proposed new sections of path will improve pedestrian access and safety along Narrabeen Park Parade, connecting into the existing walkway through Robert Dunn Reserve, Mona Vale.


    Proposed Walkway Includes;

    • Two sections of new 1.5m wide concrete path along Narrabeen Park Parade (south)
    • New 1.5m wide concrete path from Narrabeen Park Parade through reserve (south)
    • Re-alignment of parking adjacent to Warriewood Beach shops
    • Installation of new 1.5m wide concrete path in-front of re-aligned parking
    • New 1.5m walkway along Narrabeen Park Parade (eastern side) from Melbourne Avenue – Cook Terrace

    How can I have my say

    Drop-in Session

    Attend an onsite drop-in session at Robert Dunn Reserve, Mona Vale

    • Sunday 25 February 2018: 1.45pm – 2.45pm
    • Wednesday 28 February 2018: 10.30am – 11.30am
    Make a Comment

    Can't make it to one of our information drop-in sessions? Why not make a comment online?

    Comments close Sunday 11 March 2018

    If you have any questions please contact Gynt Drinan, Project Manager on 9942 2812 or Jen Moody, Community Liaison 9942 2755
  • Hillcrest Avenue + Mona Vale Headland - Proposed New Walkway

    2 months ago

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the iconic Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    The proposed walkway along Hillcrest Avenue will provide a safe walking route between Mona Vale Headland Reserve to Barrenjoey Road.

    View Design for Hillcrest Avenue

    This new walkway along Hillcrest Avenue will generally be a 1.5 metre concrete footpath predominately along the northern side of the road and the southern side along the bend above Barrenjoey Road. There will be a need to construct sections of low retaining walls along some property boundaries.

    We are also proposing upgrade works along the headland.

    View Design for Mona Vale Headland

    The proposed design includes;

    • 1.5 metre concrete path
    • Sandstone seating and paved viewing area
    • Repair existing sandstone wall and existing wharf timber viewing ledge
    • Replace timber fencing

    Have Your Say

    Information Drop-In Sessions

    To learn more and have your say, drop-in to one of our onsite information sessions at Mona Vale Headland Reserve;

    • Sunday 25 February 2018: 10.00 am – 11.00 am
    • Tuesday 27 February 2018: 10.30 am – 11.30 am
    Make a Comment

    Can't make it to one of our onsite information sessions? Why not provide your feedback using our online feedback form?

    Timing of Works

    Works are proposed to commence in mid 2018. Vehicular and pedestrian access will be maintained during the upgrade works.

    Contact

    If you have any questions, you’re welcome to contact:

    Gynt Drinan, Project Manager 9942 2812 gynt.drinan@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au

    Jen Moody, Community Liaison 9942 2755 jennifer.moody@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au


    Comments close Sunday 11 March 2018

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the iconic Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    The proposed walkway along Hillcrest Avenue will provide a safe walking route between Mona Vale Headland Reserve to Barrenjoey Road.

    View Design for Hillcrest Avenue

    This new walkway along Hillcrest Avenue will generally be a 1.5 metre concrete footpath predominately along the northern side of the road and the southern side along the bend above Barrenjoey Road. There will be a need to construct sections of low retaining walls along some property boundaries.

    We are also proposing upgrade works along the headland.

    View Design for Mona Vale Headland

    The proposed design includes;

    • 1.5 metre concrete path
    • Sandstone seating and paved viewing area
    • Repair existing sandstone wall and existing wharf timber viewing ledge
    • Replace timber fencing

    Have Your Say

    Information Drop-In Sessions

    To learn more and have your say, drop-in to one of our onsite information sessions at Mona Vale Headland Reserve;

    • Sunday 25 February 2018: 10.00 am – 11.00 am
    • Tuesday 27 February 2018: 10.30 am – 11.30 am
    Make a Comment

    Can't make it to one of our onsite information sessions? Why not provide your feedback using our online feedback form?

    Timing of Works

    Works are proposed to commence in mid 2018. Vehicular and pedestrian access will be maintained during the upgrade works.

    Contact

    If you have any questions, you’re welcome to contact:

    Gynt Drinan, Project Manager 9942 2812 gynt.drinan@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au

    Jen Moody, Community Liaison 9942 2755 jennifer.moody@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au


    Comments close Sunday 11 March 2018

  • Turimetta Head Walkway - Final Design Outcome

    2 months ago

    In July 2017, we consulted residents of Turimetta Head, Warriewood on a proposal to build a new walkway through public reserve, formalising the coastal path along the headland.

    Consultation

    The consultation process identified strong community support for an alternate route along Narrabeen Park Parade to improve pedestrian and vehicular safety and access along this section.

    There was also strong support to improve access and safety along the coastline. With this said, there was an equal amount of support to:

    1. Maintain the natural beauty of the area

    2. Improve safety and access along this section.

    Outcome

    As a result of both the consultation period and a thorough investigation of feasible options, the revised plan will now include;

    • New pram ramp and concrete path from Sydney Road along (eastern side) Narrabeen Park Parade
    • Improved safety and accessibility of existing track with a 1.5 m wide path in crushed stone path

    • New sandstone steps and handrail along alternate coastal route

    • Directional signage and track marker


    View the revised plan


    Next Steps

    So as to improve pedestrian connectivity to the Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway, we are about to commence consultation on additional proposed sections of walkway along Narrabeen Park Parade, Warriewood heading north towards Mona Vale.

    The proposed design plans will be added to this project page in the coming days.

    For further enquiries, you’re welcome to contact Gynt Drinan on 9942 2812.

    In July 2017, we consulted residents of Turimetta Head, Warriewood on a proposal to build a new walkway through public reserve, formalising the coastal path along the headland.

    Consultation

    The consultation process identified strong community support for an alternate route along Narrabeen Park Parade to improve pedestrian and vehicular safety and access along this section.

    There was also strong support to improve access and safety along the coastline. With this said, there was an equal amount of support to:

    1. Maintain the natural beauty of the area

    2. Improve safety and access along this section.

    Outcome

    As a result of both the consultation period and a thorough investigation of feasible options, the revised plan will now include;

    • New pram ramp and concrete path from Sydney Road along (eastern side) Narrabeen Park Parade
    • Improved safety and accessibility of existing track with a 1.5 m wide path in crushed stone path

    • New sandstone steps and handrail along alternate coastal route

    • Directional signage and track marker


    View the revised plan


    Next Steps

    So as to improve pedestrian connectivity to the Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway, we are about to commence consultation on additional proposed sections of walkway along Narrabeen Park Parade, Warriewood heading north towards Mona Vale.

    The proposed design plans will be added to this project page in the coming days.

    For further enquiries, you’re welcome to contact Gynt Drinan on 9942 2812.

  • Turimetta Head, Warriewood - Proposed new walkway

    10 months ago
    Walk

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the development of an iconic coastal walkway.

    We are currently seeking feedback on the preliminary design plans for a new footpath at Turimetta Head located at Warriewood.

    View the design plans

    This new walkway is proposed to go through the public reserve formalising the existing informal path in this location.This provides a coastal scenic route connecting to the existing footpaths at North Narrabeen Headland and Narrabeen Park Pde, providing a continuous path for the new Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    The proposed new path includes
    • New 1.5m wide coloured concrete path to the North & South of the new walkway as shown on the map
    • New 1.5m wide crushed sandstone path in the middle section of the new walk
    • Directional signage
    • Installation of new steps as shown on the map provided
    Drop In Sessions
    Come along to one of our onsite drop in sessions at Turimetta Head (Cnr Narrabeen Park Pde and Peal Place).
    • Wednesday 26 July 10am - 12pm
    • Saturday 29 July 10am-12pm
    How can I have my say?
    • Attend a drop-in session onsite at Turimetta Head (Cnr Narrabeen Park Pde and Peal Place
    • Make a comment online

    For more information and to view the plans, visit www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au

    Comments closed Sunday 20 August 2017

    If you have any questions please contact Jennifer Moody, Community Liaison on 9942 2755

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the development of an iconic coastal walkway.

    We are currently seeking feedback on the preliminary design plans for a new footpath at Turimetta Head located at Warriewood.

    View the design plans

    This new walkway is proposed to go through the public reserve formalising the existing informal path in this location.This provides a coastal scenic route connecting to the existing footpaths at North Narrabeen Headland and Narrabeen Park Pde, providing a continuous path for the new Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    The proposed new path includes
    • New 1.5m wide coloured concrete path to the North & South of the new walkway as shown on the map
    • New 1.5m wide crushed sandstone path in the middle section of the new walk
    • Directional signage
    • Installation of new steps as shown on the map provided
    Drop In Sessions
    Come along to one of our onsite drop in sessions at Turimetta Head (Cnr Narrabeen Park Pde and Peal Place).
    • Wednesday 26 July 10am - 12pm
    • Saturday 29 July 10am-12pm
    How can I have my say?
    • Attend a drop-in session onsite at Turimetta Head (Cnr Narrabeen Park Pde and Peal Place
    • Make a comment online

    For more information and to view the plans, visit www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au

    Comments closed Sunday 20 August 2017

    If you have any questions please contact Jennifer Moody, Community Liaison on 9942 2755
  • Final Walkway Design - Surf Reserve, North Curl Curl

    6 months ago

    Thank you to everyone who commented on the proposed walkway design for Surf Reserve, nth Curl Curl.

    What the community said

    The feedback received during the consultation period identified strong community support to;

    • maintain the open green space at the southern end of the reserve
    • not to proceed with planting of additional native shrubs
    • use natural colored concrete on any paths to blend in with the natural environment.
    An alternate route

    The consultation also identified a suggested alternate route, formalising the existing path located along the lagoon.


    This option was thoroughly considered, however as this location is prone to flooding, it can not accommodate an all-weather continuous path. We will however include an additional section of path, connecting from the main path, to the lagoon walkway.

    This will be marked on wayfinding signage as an alternate route if conditions are suitable.


    The Final Design

    As a result of the overall consultation and the review of the suggested alternate route, the new design will now feature;

    • 2.5m shared path from Griffin Road to Surf Road
    • Installation of sandstone bollards at col de sac
    • 1.5m concrete path from Surf Road, hugging the vegetation connecting to Huston Pde
    • Small section of path connecting from the new walkway to the alternate lagoon path

    The new concrete path will be sandstone colored to improve the aesthetics of the new walkway.

    Upcoming works

    The upcoming works are scheduled to commence late November 2017 - early December 2017 with completion expected before Christmas.

    Council and the contractor will be working together to minimise disruptions during the works.

    If you have any questions about these works, please contact Gynt Drinan on 9942 2812.

    Thank you to everyone who commented on the proposed walkway design for Surf Reserve, nth Curl Curl.

    What the community said

    The feedback received during the consultation period identified strong community support to;

    • maintain the open green space at the southern end of the reserve
    • not to proceed with planting of additional native shrubs
    • use natural colored concrete on any paths to blend in with the natural environment.
    An alternate route

    The consultation also identified a suggested alternate route, formalising the existing path located along the lagoon.


    This option was thoroughly considered, however as this location is prone to flooding, it can not accommodate an all-weather continuous path. We will however include an additional section of path, connecting from the main path, to the lagoon walkway.

    This will be marked on wayfinding signage as an alternate route if conditions are suitable.


    The Final Design

    As a result of the overall consultation and the review of the suggested alternate route, the new design will now feature;

    • 2.5m shared path from Griffin Road to Surf Road
    • Installation of sandstone bollards at col de sac
    • 1.5m concrete path from Surf Road, hugging the vegetation connecting to Huston Pde
    • Small section of path connecting from the new walkway to the alternate lagoon path

    The new concrete path will be sandstone colored to improve the aesthetics of the new walkway.

    Upcoming works

    The upcoming works are scheduled to commence late November 2017 - early December 2017 with completion expected before Christmas.

    Council and the contractor will be working together to minimise disruptions during the works.

    If you have any questions about these works, please contact Gynt Drinan on 9942 2812.
  • 'The Glen' Surf Reserve, North Curl Curl - Proposed New Walkway

    10 months ago
    Nth curl curl

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the development of an iconic coastal walkway.

    We are currently seeking feedback on the preliminary design plans for a new footpath at ‘The Glen’ Surf Reserve located on Surf Road, North Curl Curl.


    This new walkway will connect to the existing footpaths on Griffin Rd and Huston Pde, providing a continuous path for the new Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    The proposed new path includes
    • New 1.5m wide sandstone coloured concrete path
    • Planting of additional native shrubs
    • Part removal of copper log fence
    • Installation of sandstone bollards
    Drop-in Sessions
    Come along to one of our on site information drop in sessions at 'The Glen' Reserve, North Curl Curl to learn more about the proposed design and have your say.
    • Sunday 23 July 2017 10am – 12pm
    • Tuesday 25 July 10am – 12pm
    How can I have my say?
    • Attend a drop-in session
    • Make a comment online
    Comments closed Sunday July 30 2017

    If you have any questions contact Jennifer Moody, Community Liaison on 9942 2755

    As part our ‘Connected Communities’ Program, we are connecting the Northern Beaches through the development of an iconic coastal walkway.

    We are currently seeking feedback on the preliminary design plans for a new footpath at ‘The Glen’ Surf Reserve located on Surf Road, North Curl Curl.


    This new walkway will connect to the existing footpaths on Griffin Rd and Huston Pde, providing a continuous path for the new Northern Beaches Coastal Walkway.

    The proposed new path includes
    • New 1.5m wide sandstone coloured concrete path
    • Planting of additional native shrubs
    • Part removal of copper log fence
    • Installation of sandstone bollards
    Drop-in Sessions
    Come along to one of our on site information drop in sessions at 'The Glen' Reserve, North Curl Curl to learn more about the proposed design and have your say.
    • Sunday 23 July 2017 10am – 12pm
    • Tuesday 25 July 10am – 12pm
    How can I have my say?
    • Attend a drop-in session
    • Make a comment online
    Comments closed Sunday July 30 2017

    If you have any questions contact Jennifer Moody, Community Liaison on 9942 2755

  • New Interactive Map - Connecting Northern Beaches

    7 months ago
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    You can now view all current projects in one location using our interactive Connecting Northern Beaches map.

    Check out the map

    This fantastic and innovative tool allows us to present all information about this project in one easy-to-use map.


    FAQS

    I can see a walkway proposed down my street but why can't I see any project information about this?

    This is because we are still working towards developing detailed preliminary design plans.

    Once we have finalised these plans, we will add them to the map for you to learn more and where possible, have your say.

    How will I know when the map has been updated with new information?

    To ensure you don't miss anything, you can;

    • Register for updates
    • Regularly check the map
    • Regularly check this project page
    How will I find out about projects happening near me?

    When we commence a new project, if you are in the immediate vicinity you will receive a letter in the mail. If we are seeking comment on a particular project, we will also place an add in the Manly Daily and will run information drop in sessions.

    You can now view all current projects in one location using our interactive Connecting Northern Beaches map.

    Check out the map

    This fantastic and innovative tool allows us to present all information about this project in one easy-to-use map.


    FAQS

    I can see a walkway proposed down my street but why can't I see any project information about this?

    This is because we are still working towards developing detailed preliminary design plans.

    Once we have finalised these plans, we will add them to the map for you to learn more and where possible, have your say.

    How will I know when the map has been updated with new information?

    To ensure you don't miss anything, you can;

    • Register for updates
    • Regularly check the map
    • Regularly check this project page
    How will I find out about projects happening near me?

    When we commence a new project, if you are in the immediate vicinity you will receive a letter in the mail. If we are seeking comment on a particular project, we will also place an add in the Manly Daily and will run information drop in sessions.
  • Cycle Way Update

    7 months ago
    Bike

    Pittwater Rd, North Manly between Kentwell Rd and Oliver St

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 90% complete

    Condamine St / Kenneth Rd, Manly Vale from Gordon St to Quirke Rd.

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 90% complete

    Fisher Rd / Fisher Rd North Cromer from Holborn Ave to Carawa Rd.

    • Construction 95% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete

    Miles St / Ada Ave / Wattle Rd / Grosvenor Pl / William St, Brookvale.

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 100% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Collaroy Feilding St to Jenkins St

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Collaroy Ocean Gr to Beach Reserve adjacent to No 1109 Pittwater Rd

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 0% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Collaroy /Narrabeen Wetherill St to Lakeside Rd

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen Robertson St to Berry Reserve

    • Construction 50% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale from Elimatta St to Vineyard St

    • Construction 70% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Robert Dunn Reserve

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Dareen St / Oxford Falls Rd to Tristram Rd Beacon Hill

    • Construction 50% complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    On Road Cycle Routes

    Wyadra Ave / Thomas St / Corrie Rd, North Manly / Freshwater.

    • Line marking 0% complete (expected completion dates?)

    Palm Beach Wharf to Bangally Way Avalon

    • Line marking 100% complete

    Pittwater Rd, North Manly between Kentwell Rd and Oliver St

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 90% complete

    Condamine St / Kenneth Rd, Manly Vale from Gordon St to Quirke Rd.

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 90% complete

    Fisher Rd / Fisher Rd North Cromer from Holborn Ave to Carawa Rd.

    • Construction 95% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete

    Miles St / Ada Ave / Wattle Rd / Grosvenor Pl / William St, Brookvale.

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 100% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Collaroy Feilding St to Jenkins St

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Collaroy Ocean Gr to Beach Reserve adjacent to No 1109 Pittwater Rd

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 0% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Collaroy /Narrabeen Wetherill St to Lakeside Rd

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen Robertson St to Berry Reserve

    • Construction 50% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale from Elimatta St to Vineyard St

    • Construction 70% complete
    • Signage 100% Complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Robert Dunn Reserve

    • Construction 100% complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    Dareen St / Oxford Falls Rd to Tristram Rd Beacon Hill

    • Construction 50% complete
    • Line marking 0% complete

    On Road Cycle Routes

    Wyadra Ave / Thomas St / Corrie Rd, North Manly / Freshwater.

    • Line marking 0% complete (expected completion dates?)

    Palm Beach Wharf to Bangally Way Avalon

    • Line marking 100% complete