The consultation on the Draft Strategy Local Area Movement Plan Western Package is now open for comment.
A Draft Local Area Movement Plan (LAMP) has been prepared based on feedback received from the community, evidence obtained through site observations and traffic surveys. It also identifies objectives, strategies and actions that will improve the overall transport experience within the study area.
The purpose of the LAMP is to provide a clear direction to the long term framework to guide Council's infrastructure planning and implementation, advocacy to State and Federal Governments and community programs that will contribute to a sustainable, safe, well connected, efficient and accessible transport network in Altona Meadows, Laverton and Seabrook.
One of the key actions from the LAMP was to address the traffic issues on Seabrook Boulevard. In line with the suggestions of the LAMP, Council has developed two options to discuss with the community on how to address these issues. Consultation on Seabrook Boulevard has commenced. Don't forget to get involved.
Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the Local Area Movement Plan Western Package background report.
From 28 February to 28 April 2019 you provided feedback on the background report by:
- telling us your priorities for walking, cycling, public transport, the road network and car parking
- giving us suggestions online and in person
- sharing your views and ideas at community drop in sessions
- engaging through social media and
- sharing your views through the interactive online map.
LAMP recommendations and information
Click on the links below to find out more about the recommendations (Action Lists) for the different delivery areas.