Active Transport Review

The Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) 2025 and the the Blue Mountains Bike Plan 2020 were developed to identify priorities and infrastructure needs to enable the Blue Mountains to realise its 25 year Vision - to build a successful future for the Blue Mountains. The PAMP and the Bike Plan have, and will continue to guide the City in the ongoing delivery of existing works, maintenance regimes and programs, whilst also facilitating the development of new programs and infrastructure to encourage people to walk and cycle, and to reduce their dependence on car travel.

As identified in the Integrated Transport Strategic Plan, there is a need to improve the broader pedestrian environment to promote active transport and support the development of the Blue Mountains as a "walkable city". Providing safe and convenient bicycle and pedestrian networks is essential in promoting active transport as a realistic option for short trips.

Council is seeking feedback from the community on where footpaths, shared paths, bike routes, and accessibility options can be improved to support and promote walking and cycling as a transport choice.


How to get involved:

You can leave a comment here on our interactive map.

To leave a comment on any issue, on our interactive map, that you think needs attention, simply:

  • Zoom in to the location you are interested in;
  • Click and drag one of the coloured pins related to your comment from the top of the page to the exact location of the issue; and
  • Write in your comment on what you think needs to be done to improve the current situation.

You can download a copy of the PAMP 2025 and the Bike Plan 2020 in the Document Library located to the right of this page.


Feedback for this project will close on 31 August 2018.

The Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) 2025 and the the Blue Mountains Bike Plan 2020 were developed to identify priorities and infrastructure needs to enable the Blue Mountains to realise its 25 year Vision - to build a successful future for the Blue Mountains. The PAMP and the Bike Plan have, and will continue to guide the City in the ongoing delivery of existing works, maintenance regimes and programs, whilst also facilitating the development of new programs and infrastructure to encourage people to walk and cycle, and to reduce their dependence on car travel.

As identified in the Integrated Transport Strategic Plan, there is a need to improve the broader pedestrian environment to promote active transport and support the development of the Blue Mountains as a "walkable city". Providing safe and convenient bicycle and pedestrian networks is essential in promoting active transport as a realistic option for short trips.

Council is seeking feedback from the community on where footpaths, shared paths, bike routes, and accessibility options can be improved to support and promote walking and cycling as a transport choice.


How to get involved:

You can leave a comment here on our interactive map.

To leave a comment on any issue, on our interactive map, that you think needs attention, simply:

  • Zoom in to the location you are interested in;
  • Click and drag one of the coloured pins related to your comment from the top of the page to the exact location of the issue; and
  • Write in your comment on what you think needs to be done to improve the current situation.

You can download a copy of the PAMP 2025 and the Bike Plan 2020 in the Document Library located to the right of this page.


Feedback for this project will close on 31 August 2018.