Improve pedestrian safety and accessibility

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When leaving your home, it’s important that pedestrians can move easily and safely around the Inner West.

Share your insights for more accessible and safe pedestrian routes across the Inner West.

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We acknowledge that not everyone identifies as a pedestrian. For this work, anyone who uses pathways is a pedestrian. We especially want to hear from:

  • People that use a mobility aid (e.g. for walking, a wheelchair, a scooter)
  • People with small children with prams
  • People out exercising with their pets
  • People who don’t have access to a car and rely on pedestrian paths
  • People that use pathways as part of their journey, such as catching public transport
  • Children and young people who use skateboards and/or scooters on paths

Share your experiences from the day and the evening, commuting for work or play.

We’d like to hear:

  • What safety issues are you experiencing?
  • Where can we improve accessibility, such as path widening?
  • Are there any missing paths?
  • Where can we improve your journey with shade, seating and/or water fountains?
  • What’s working well?

Have your say

You can provide feedback:

  • Online using the interactive map – drop a pin for each location where there's an issue and complete the one-minute survey. As part of your feedback, we will ask you to create a screen name and provide an email. Your screen name and comments are public and can be read by other contributors. Thank you for keeping your comments respectful. Your email is private.
  • Via a FREE Interpreter or the National Relay Service. They can call us Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm on 9392 5238.
    • For a free interpreter call us via TIS National on 131 450
    • Voice Relay number: 1300 555 727
    • TTY number: 133 677
    • SMS relay number: 0423 677 767

It's important that everyone can provide feedback in a format that is best for them. If you require assistance or wish to provide feedback via email, please contact us directly. All feedback will be collated and reviewed.

Last day to provide feedback is Tuesday 22 December 2020.


What happens next?

Your feedback will be combined with expert knowledge to identify priority areas for upgrades in the next five to ten years. There will be an opportunity to provide feedback on the draft priorities in 2021. Everyone who provides feedback will be contacted when the draft is available for review.


When leaving your home, it’s important that pedestrians can move easily and safely around the Inner West.

Share your insights for more accessible and safe pedestrian routes across the Inner West.

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We acknowledge that not everyone identifies as a pedestrian. For this work, anyone who uses pathways is a pedestrian. We especially want to hear from:

  • People that use a mobility aid (e.g. for walking, a wheelchair, a scooter)
  • People with small children with prams
  • People out exercising with their pets
  • People who don’t have access to a car and rely on pedestrian paths
  • People that use pathways as part of their journey, such as catching public transport
  • Children and young people who use skateboards and/or scooters on paths

Share your experiences from the day and the evening, commuting for work or play.

We’d like to hear:

  • What safety issues are you experiencing?
  • Where can we improve accessibility, such as path widening?
  • Are there any missing paths?
  • Where can we improve your journey with shade, seating and/or water fountains?
  • What’s working well?

Have your say

You can provide feedback:

  • Online using the interactive map – drop a pin for each location where there's an issue and complete the one-minute survey. As part of your feedback, we will ask you to create a screen name and provide an email. Your screen name and comments are public and can be read by other contributors. Thank you for keeping your comments respectful. Your email is private.
  • Via a FREE Interpreter or the National Relay Service. They can call us Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm on 9392 5238.
    • For a free interpreter call us via TIS National on 131 450
    • Voice Relay number: 1300 555 727
    • TTY number: 133 677
    • SMS relay number: 0423 677 767

It's important that everyone can provide feedback in a format that is best for them. If you require assistance or wish to provide feedback via email, please contact us directly. All feedback will be collated and reviewed.

Last day to provide feedback is Tuesday 22 December 2020.


What happens next?

Your feedback will be combined with expert knowledge to identify priority areas for upgrades in the next five to ten years. There will be an opportunity to provide feedback on the draft priorities in 2021. Everyone who provides feedback will be contacted when the draft is available for review.


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