Wyndham City wants to make it easier and safer for Wyndham residents to get from A to B by walking or cycling, and provide better access for wheelchairs, scooters and prams.
The Wyndham Active Transport Strategy is a 10-year plan to connect the missing links in our walking and cycling paths that currently make journeys on foot, bike, scooter, wheelchair and the like harder than they need to be.
Through these works we will create a safe, efficient and convenient active transport network that provides better connectivity around Wyndham for walkers and bike riders and helps improve health and wellbeing.
Over 2021/22 we’re spending a record $4 million on Wyndham’s active transport network, which includes a $1.5 million Federal Government grant.
A list of cycling and shared path upgrades for 2021/22 is listed below, as well as Frequently Asked Questions for residents wanting to know more about new footpaths earmarked for their street.
Keep up to date with the progress of these works and any new projects by checking this page, which is updated regularly.
Connecting the missing links in Wyndham’s walking and cycling paths
Making it easier and safer for residents to get from A to B by walking or cycling, especially for those with limited or restricted mobility, and for parents with prams
Encouraging more environmentally-friendly modes of travel
Helping families stay healthy and spend quality time together
Reducing on-road traffic congestion