North West Corridor Transport Study

Consultation has concluded

Connecting people to places...

People travel daily to access jobs, health services, education and social activities. Travel and access are a vital component of our quality-of-life. Effective transport networks contribute to the sustainability and amenity of our communities.

The draft North West Corridor Transport Study updates the two previous city-wide traffic and transport strategies prepared by Council in 2005 and 2006 for the North-West Corridor area. It responds to future population growth and associated travel demand for the corridor between the Bowden and Woodville stations and surrounded by Port Road, Woodville Road, Torrens Road and Park Terrace.

To have your say:

Consultation closes Friday 7 March 2014

Connecting people to places...

People travel daily to access jobs, health services, education and social activities. Travel and access are a vital component of our quality-of-life. Effective transport networks contribute to the sustainability and amenity of our communities.

The draft North West Corridor Transport Study updates the two previous city-wide traffic and transport strategies prepared by Council in 2005 and 2006 for the North-West Corridor area. It responds to future population growth and associated travel demand for the corridor between the Bowden and Woodville stations and surrounded by Port Road, Woodville Road, Torrens Road and Park Terrace.

To have your say:

Consultation closes Friday 7 March 2014

Consultation has concluded
  • What area does this study cover?

    by Retired user2, over 5 years ago
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    The North West Corridor Transport Study covers specific areas within the City of Charles Sturt.

    Click here to check out the 'study area map'.

    The North West Corridor Transport Study covers specific areas within the City of Charles Sturt.

    Click here to check out the 'study area map'.