Sydney Cycleways

This is the page where you can view and comment on all of the City of Sydney's current cycling projects. We will consider all your submissions before any concept designs are finalised. 

More information is available on the SydneyCycleways website.

We are committed to providing safe and connected bicycle routes that can be used for people of all ages and riding abilities. During consultation for Sustainable Sydney 2030, some of the most common requests included: ‘dedicated safe spaces for cyclists’ and ‘improved amenity for pedestrians’. In response, the Sustainable Sydney 2030 plan includes improved cycling and pedestrian networks to form a liveable green network across Sydney.

 

News

  • Proposed Bourke Street Shared Path Report

    Thank you for your feedback on the proposed Bourke Street Shared Path in December last year.

    City staff have incorporated your feedback into their report on the proposed path which will be considered by Council at its next meeting on Monday 17 March. 

    You are welcome to attend Council meetings but you cannot address Councillors. Council meetings start at 5pm in the Town Hall.

    A copy of the meeting agenda is available from the City's website. The report is item no.7.5 on the agenda.



    by Community Engagement 06 Mar 2014, 04:32 PM
  • Bourke Street Shared Path

    Bourke Street, Waterloo, is part of a popular bicycle route for people travelling between the city and Botany Bay. Around 400 bike riders use this section of Bourke Street each day.

    We are seeking to convert the footpath between Phillip Street, Redfern and Botany Road, Green Square to a shared path to improve pedestrian and bike rider safety along this 1.5 kilometre stretch.

    You can see our concept plan in the Document Library on this page.

    You can comment on the design plans here on Sydney Your Say by clicking on the submissions tab until 16 December 2013.

    You can also provide feedback to Adam Lander, Community Engagement Coordinator at alander@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au or 02 9265 9333.


    by Community Engagement 26 Nov 2013, 04:16 PM