Inner West Transport and Parking Plan

Consultation has concluded

The Draft Inner West Transport and Parking Plan has been updated to include feedback received from the first stage of consultation and we want to hear your thoughts!


The City of Charles Sturt is developing its Inner West Precinct Transport and Parking Plan. This Plan will consider traffic, walking, cycling parking and public transport needs in the suburbs of Bowden, Brompton and Hindmarsh and parts of Ridleyton and Ovingham.

Click here to revisit the discussion paper from the first stage of consultation.

The Draft Inner West Precinct Transport and Parking Plan consists of several key themes:

  • Improving walking and cycling facilities
  • Improving public transport provision to encourage more use
  • Managing traffic, driver behavior and improving vehicle control
  • Provision for and management of parking
  • Improving safety, amenity and social interaction
Help us finalise this important document for the Inner West of our City.


To have your say:

Consultation closed Friday 29 May 2015


The Draft Inner West Transport and Parking Plan has been updated to include feedback received from the first stage of consultation and we want to hear your thoughts!


The City of Charles Sturt is developing its Inner West Precinct Transport and Parking Plan. This Plan will consider traffic, walking, cycling parking and public transport needs in the suburbs of Bowden, Brompton and Hindmarsh and parts of Ridleyton and Ovingham.

Click here to revisit the discussion paper from the first stage of consultation.

The Draft Inner West Precinct Transport and Parking Plan consists of several key themes:

  • Improving walking and cycling facilities
  • Improving public transport provision to encourage more use
  • Managing traffic, driver behavior and improving vehicle control
  • Provision for and management of parking
  • Improving safety, amenity and social interaction
Help us finalise this important document for the Inner West of our City.


To have your say:

Consultation closed Friday 29 May 2015


Consultation has concluded