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Roads, transport, infrastructure and services

Find policies, plans and strategies about Council's roads, transport and other infrastructure.


Title Summary
Community Facilities Framework
Footpath Trading Policy This policy provides a framework for the management of footpath trading within the City of Casey. Both Council and individual traders have a duty of care to pedestrians.
Register of Public Roads Policy This document outlines the procedure to ensure Council’s Register of Public Roads (Roads Register): is maintained to reflect the requirements of the Road Management Act 2004 (Act), and; accurately identifies the roads for which the City of Casey has care and management responsibility.
Special Charge Scheme Policy This Policy provides a strategic framework to assist and guide Council to implement a fair, equitable and consistent approach to the construction of appropriate infrastructure such as, but not limited to, roads, kerb and channel, footpaths and drainage through owner contributions as part of a special charge scheme.
Street Lighting Policy To provide guidance, consistency and certainty on the purchase of new estate street lighting.


Title Summary
Arterial Roads Tree Strategy
Casey parking strategy Parking Strategy to address car parking management issues across the municipality
City of Casey Transport Strategy Modelling 2020 Report Summary The City of Casey engaged AECOM to provide an update to the 2017 City of Casey Transport Modelling report. The update reflected the latest transport strategy and government proposed projects.
Heatherton Road Mixed Use Precinct Development Plan
Infrastructure Strategy 2021-25
Road Management Plan This Plan documents the standards, policies and management systems used by the City of Casey to discharge its duty to manage, inspect, repair and maintain the roads for which it is responsible.
Walk and Ride in Casey Strategy 2019-2041 The Walk & Ride in Casey Strategy provides guidance and direction to plan and deliver footpaths, shared paths, bicycle lanes and separate lanes that allow our community to freely commute and recreate on a connected path network that eases the challenges associated with our growing population.

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