23 November 2020
Calling all cyclists, drivers, pedestrians and public transport users.
We are shaping our Local Area Movement Plans (LAMPs) and want to understand your experiences using the Hobsons Bay transport network.
What do you love about it, what you want changed, and what ideas do you have on how it could be improved?
Council is developing Local Area Movement Plans (LAMPs) for the northern area of Hobsons Bay. Incorporating the suburbs of Brooklyn, Altona North, Newport, Williamstown North, Spotswood and South Kingsville. These LAMPs aim to improve the way our community travels through our city on roads, public transport, the cycling network and footpaths.
The Northern LAMPs will deliver a five year framework to guide Council’s infrastructure planning and implementation and assist with advocacy to state and federal governments to help maintain a safe, well connected, efficient and accessible transport network.
Have your say
We want to hear about your experiences using the Hobsons Bay transport network to ensure the LAMPs reflect the existing challenges and constraints of the network so solutions can be identified and implemented.
We recognise the Hobsons Bay community has provided extensive information on challenges in the network. We have collated this information in an Issues Paper for each suburb. These Issues Papers reflect the known challenges across the LAMPs suburbs, and can be viewed in the Document Library to the right of this screen.
Have we got this right? Have we missed anything?
Provide your comments in the 'LOVE-CHANGE-IDEA' interactive map below or tell us your experiences or big ideas for the transport network in the 'Words or Pictures' section.
Alternative ways to provide your feedback include by calling the project team on 1300 179 944 or emailing your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we are still facing state government restrictions due to COVID-19, hard copies of the information have also been delivered to all residents and businesses within the precinct for you to complete and return to Council using the reply paid envelope supplied.
Provide your feedback by 5pm, Tuesday 5 January 2021. We welcome feedback on multiple issues.