Footpaths and Road Crossings

Consultation has concluded

Last year Council developed a draft plan to improve pedestrian movement around the Port Macquarie-Hastings area. This plan is called the Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) 2014.

Following a range of community engagement activities where you were involved in making suggestions, a draft final plan has now been developed

To find out more and have your say you can:


For more information contact Transport and Traffic Engineer, John Hanlon on (02) 6581 8111 or email john.hanlon@pmhc.nsw.gov.au


Last year Council developed a draft plan to improve pedestrian movement around the Port Macquarie-Hastings area. This plan is called the Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) 2014.

Following a range of community engagement activities where you were involved in making suggestions, a draft final plan has now been developed

To find out more and have your say you can:


For more information contact Transport and Traffic Engineer, John Hanlon on (02) 6581 8111 or email john.hanlon@pmhc.nsw.gov.au


Consultation has concluded
  • What has happened so far...

    almost 5 years ago

    Council is currently developing a plan to improve pedestrian movement around the Port Macquarie-Hastings area. This plan is called the Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) 2014. This plan is part of a wider group of documents as part of the Transport Strategy.

    A summary report including maps have been developed are and ready for community feedback. Following this feedback a final draft PAMP will be developed and presented to Council. It is hoped that the final draft will be ready by the end of this year.

    To find out more and...

    Council is currently developing a plan to improve pedestrian movement around the Port Macquarie-Hastings area. This plan is called the Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) 2014. This plan is part of a wider group of documents as part of the Transport Strategy.

    A summary report including maps have been developed are and ready for community feedback. Following this feedback a final draft PAMP will be developed and presented to Council. It is hoped that the final draft will be ready by the end of this year.

    To find out more and have your say:

    • Have a look at the combined maps in the library
    • Read what is proposed in the the draft Plan
    • Share your views by doing a submission.


  • What is already planned for 2014/2015?

    over 5 years ago

    Media release Wednesday 16 July 2014

    Port Macquarie-Hastings Council is putting its ‘best foot forward’ by putting emphasis on the region’s footpaths and cycleways in the new budget. 

    Council adopted the 2014/15 Footpath/Cycleway Program at its Ordinary meeting tonight (Wednesday), highlighting the importance being placed on infrastructure assets across the local government area (LGA) in Council’s Operational Plan.

    The need to provide additional funding for footpaths and cycleways was identified by Councillors as a priority resulting in $500,000 allocated to the program in the 2014-2015 Operational Plan.

    Council’s Director Infrastructure and Asset Management Jeffery Sharp said in allocating this funding, Council will undertake works across the LGA with the aim of achieving as much as possible with the funds available.

    “In addition to having a rolling prioritised list, the program is flexible enough to respond to external funding opportunities such as grants,” Mr Sharp said.

    “The rolling program also allows for identification of works that may require significant preconstruction activities that can be budgeted for - with completed designs - and ready to go once funding becomes available.”

    Below is a summary of the 2014/15 Footpath/Cycleway Program.

    Location

    Road

    Description

    Port Macquarie

    Murray Street

    Missing link: William St to Church St (E side)

    Port Macquarie

    Lake Road

    Missing links: Hill St to Wyandra Cr south (W side)

    Port Macquarie

    Lord Street

    Missing link: No. 67 (betw. Burrawan St & Home St, W side)

    Wauchope

    Cameron Street

    Swimming pool to River St (W side)

    Wauchope

    Bain Street

    Hastings St to Cameron St (S side)

    North Haven

    Ocean Drive

    Adeline St to 555 Ocean Dr (N side)

    North Haven

    The Parade

    27 The Parade to Rowley St (NW side)

    Laurieton

    Castle St - Bold St

    Legacy Village to 24 Bold St (SE side)

    Bonny Hills

    Ocean Drive

    Panorama Dr (N) to refuge near caravan park (S side)

    Kendall

    Comboyne Street

    Graham St to east of Dog Track Rd (NE side)

    Kew

    Kendall Road

    Golf club driveway to Nancy Bird Walton Dr (N side)

    Port Macquarie

    Hindman Street

    Central Rd to Kyogle Place (N side)

    Lake Cathie

    Ocean Drive

    Miala St to Medical Centre (NW side)

    Port Macquarie

    Grant Street

    Chapman St to Hill St (W side)

    Wauchope

    Hastings Street

    Bain St to River St (E side)

    Wauchope

    Bain Street

    Hastings St to Cameron St (N side)

    Port Macquarie

    Bangalay Drive

    Off-road creek path (no. 63) to path opposite Roma Tce (N side)

    Lakewood

    Sirius Drive

    Lakewood Shops to Botanic Drive (W side)

    Port Macquarie

    Lord Street

    Missing links: No. 71-73 (betw. Home St & Hill St, W side)



    Media release Wednesday 16 July 2014

    Port Macquarie-Hastings Council is putting its ‘best foot forward’ by putting emphasis on the region’s footpaths and cycleways in the new budget. 

    Council adopted the 2014/15 Footpath/Cycleway Program at its Ordinary meeting tonight (Wednesday), highlighting the importance being placed on infrastructure assets across the local government area (LGA) in Council’s Operational Plan.

    The need to provide additional funding for footpaths and cycleways was identified by Councillors as a priority resulting in $500,000 allocated to the program in the 2014-2015 Operational Plan.

    Council’s Director Infrastructure and Asset Management Jeffery Sharp said in allocating this funding, Council will undertake works across the LGA with the aim of achieving as much as possible with the funds available.

    “In addition to having a rolling prioritised list, the program is flexible enough to respond to external funding opportunities such as grants,” Mr Sharp said.

    “The rolling program also allows for identification of works that may require significant preconstruction activities that can be budgeted for - with completed designs - and ready to go once funding becomes available.”

    Below is a summary of the 2014/15 Footpath/Cycleway Program.

    Location

    Road

    Description

    Port Macquarie

    Murray Street

    Missing link: William St to Church St (E side)

    Port Macquarie

    Lake Road

    Missing links: Hill St to Wyandra Cr south (W side)

    Port Macquarie

    Lord Street

    Missing link: No. 67 (betw. Burrawan St & Home St, W side)

    Wauchope

    Cameron Street

    Swimming pool to River St (W side)

    Wauchope

    Bain Street

    Hastings St to Cameron St (S side)

    North Haven

    Ocean Drive

    Adeline St to 555 Ocean Dr (N side)

    North Haven

    The Parade

    27 The Parade to Rowley St (NW side)

    Laurieton

    Castle St - Bold St

    Legacy Village to 24 Bold St (SE side)

    Bonny Hills

    Ocean Drive

    Panorama Dr (N) to refuge near caravan park (S side)

    Kendall

    Comboyne Street

    Graham St to east of Dog Track Rd (NE side)

    Kew

    Kendall Road

    Golf club driveway to Nancy Bird Walton Dr (N side)

    Port Macquarie

    Hindman Street

    Central Rd to Kyogle Place (N side)

    Lake Cathie

    Ocean Drive

    Miala St to Medical Centre (NW side)

    Port Macquarie

    Grant Street

    Chapman St to Hill St (W side)

    Wauchope

    Hastings Street

    Bain St to River St (E side)

    Wauchope

    Bain Street

    Hastings St to Cameron St (N side)

    Port Macquarie

    Bangalay Drive

    Off-road creek path (no. 63) to path opposite Roma Tce (N side)

    Lakewood

    Sirius Drive

    Lakewood Shops to Botanic Drive (W side)

    Port Macquarie

    Lord Street

    Missing links: No. 71-73 (betw. Home St & Hill St, W side)