PortBUG: Grange Greenway Consultation Opportunity…


Kath Mardon from the City of Charles Sturt writes…

“Hello Port Adelaide Bicycle Users Group,

We are developing options to complete the Grange Greenway cycling and walking route between Meakin Terrace and the Grange Railway Station.

The Grange Greenway is a walking and cycling route that generally follows the Grange Railway Line. It currently runs from Woodville Road at Woodville Railway Station (connecting to the Outer Harbor Greenway) through to Frederick Road at Seaton. Most of the route is off-road shared use paths with some short sections on roads/ footpaths.

We have prepared draft options to complete the Grange Greenway route from its current ending on Meakin Terrace at Frederick Road, Seaton through to the Grange Railway Station. These options consider safe crossing of Frederick Road, and routes that could use local streets (e.g. Willochra Avenue, Jetty Street and Terminus Street).

We are also seeking community feedback on an additional connection from Meakin Terrace to the Grange Lakes Corridor via Westmoreland Road. Opportunities to make local streets safer for bike riders include new paths, crossing points and traffic calming.

To have your say you can:

  • Attend the Community Drop in Session, Saturday 14 November, 10am to 12.30pm, Grange Lakes Reserve, Kentdale Street.

Should you have any queries at all, please feel free to contact Sara Morrison, Transport Engineer on 8408 1271.

We would love to hear your views!

Many thanks, Kath Mardon 

Community Engagement Officer.”

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