Objective 7 - A city with an accessible and well connected transport network
“I would love to see all major roads have a designated bike path so that both workers and families could use cycling as a preferred option for transport as well as building health outcomes.”
Female, 49-58, Casey Next.
“Poor roads are slowing down housing and infrastrucutre”
Female, 39-48, Casey Next.
Council will plan, maintain, deliver within its capacity, and advocate when necessary for a transport system that supports the Casey community. The transport system should provide the Casey community with safe, accessible and efficient transport choices.
Our 2021 Community Outcomes
|7.1 We have effectively secured State/Federal Government funding for the provision of a transport system that meets Casey’s needs||
|7.2 We support walking, cycling and public transport modes as a means of reducing emissions and congestion||
|7.3 We have delivered a safe, accessible, and effcient local road network||
Our 2018-2019 actions
|7.1.2 Secure improved transport infrastructure and services for the Casey region by implementing Council’s 2018/19 “Commit to Casey” Advocacy Campaign||30 May 2019|
|7.2.2 Prepare a shared path network delivery plan to increase walking and cycling access to public transport||30 Jun 2019|
|7.2.3 Deliver actions that improve residents’ access to amenities and basic services within a 20 minute walk, cycle, or public transport trip, by implementing the Casey Integrated Transport Strategy||30 Jun 2019|
|7.2.4 Improve local road safety by identifying road grant funding opportunities under the Federal Local Black Spot Program and submitting associated applications||30 Jun 2019|
|7.3.2 Identify and apply for funding support and partnerships that encourage active transport||30 Jun 2019|