Walking and Cycling Strategy

Consultation has concluded

The vision for Councils Walking and Cycling Strategy is to create communities where people choose and are able to walk or cycle for any purpose. This vision is supported by a Council that recognises the value of walking and cycling and makes a commitment to create safe, healthy, efficient, connected and sustainable communities.

This strategy document supports this vision by:

  • Reviewing the current evidence behind the value of walking and cycling for the community;
  • Summarises and collates current information related to walking and cycling infrastructure and usage in Charles Sturt;
  • Documents current data and best practice guidelines on walking and cycling facilities;
  • Identifies Strategies and Actions to improve walking and cycling facilities and culture in Charles Sturt.

We are now seeking your feedback on the Strategy & Action Plan!

To get involved...

For further information please contact Kath on 8408 1270 or email kmardon@charlesturt.sa.gov.au

Consultation closed 10 March 2015


The vision for Councils Walking and Cycling Strategy is to create communities where people choose and are able to walk or cycle for any purpose. This vision is supported by a Council that recognises the value of walking and cycling and makes a commitment to create safe, healthy, efficient, connected and sustainable communities.

This strategy document supports this vision by:

  • Reviewing the current evidence behind the value of walking and cycling for the community;
  • Summarises and collates current information related to walking and cycling infrastructure and usage in Charles Sturt;
  • Documents current data and best practice guidelines on walking and cycling facilities;
  • Identifies Strategies and Actions to improve walking and cycling facilities and culture in Charles Sturt.

We are now seeking your feedback on the Strategy & Action Plan!

To get involved...

For further information please contact Kath on 8408 1270 or email kmardon@charlesturt.sa.gov.au

Consultation closed 10 March 2015


CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
  • 1. Does the plan include a walking/cycling path along the coast (not the road) between Grange and Semaphore? 2. Does the plan include a bike lane along West Lakes Bvd?

    thejeffs asked over 4 years ago

    The Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) control West Lakes Blvd, not Council. However Council are currently investigating ways of providing a cycle lane along this road, possibly as an off road facility, such as provided along Sportsman Drive.

    The future of Coast Park between Grange and Semaphore Park is currently under Council consideration, therefore we are unable to give any certainty around this at the moment.