Improving pedestrian safety and accessibility

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When leaving your home, it’s important that you can move easily and safely around the Inner West. The Draft Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) identifies more than 4000 opportunities to improve pedestrian routes across the next 10 years.

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


How was the draft prepared?

Hear from the independent consultants about how they combined your feedback with other information to prepare the proposals.


Review the proposals in detail

1. High and medium priority works are displayed on the map. It is for informational purposes only and includes ways to find proposals near you.

2. Read the full report:

Part A: Report (pdf, 2.4MB)

Part B: Audit routes, hierarchy and findings (pdf, 3.57MB)

Part C: Full list of proposals


Have your say

We understand this is technical. If you have any enquires, please ask a question.

You can leave comments on the plan via the feedback form.

Last day to provide comments is Wednesday, 23 June 2021.


Need assistance

We want to ensure everyone has access to information and can provide comments in a way that is right for them. If you'd like help accessing information or providing comments:


What happens next?

The independent consultants will review all comments and prepare a report. Everyone who provides feedback will be updated when the report is available and when it will be considered by Council. If approved, works will be implemented over the next 10 years, as per the plan.


When leaving your home, it’s important that you can move easily and safely around the Inner West. The Draft Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) identifies more than 4000 opportunities to improve pedestrian routes across the next 10 years.

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


How was the draft prepared?

Hear from the independent consultants about how they combined your feedback with other information to prepare the proposals.


Review the proposals in detail

1. High and medium priority works are displayed on the map. It is for informational purposes only and includes ways to find proposals near you.

2. Read the full report:

Part A: Report (pdf, 2.4MB)

Part B: Audit routes, hierarchy and findings (pdf, 3.57MB)

Part C: Full list of proposals


Have your say

We understand this is technical. If you have any enquires, please ask a question.

You can leave comments on the plan via the feedback form.

Last day to provide comments is Wednesday, 23 June 2021.


Need assistance

We want to ensure everyone has access to information and can provide comments in a way that is right for them. If you'd like help accessing information or providing comments:


What happens next?

The independent consultants will review all comments and prepare a report. Everyone who provides feedback will be updated when the report is available and when it will be considered by Council. If approved, works will be implemented over the next 10 years, as per the plan.