The plan includes...
New bikeways and walking paths
Extended Bikedirect network, including upgrades to the surface and width of existing bike lanes and extensions of bike lanes through intersections.
Providing connectivity of the Bikedirect network with public transport hubs, activity centres, main streets and schools.
Continued funding for cycling Black Spot programs, including upgrades to crossings of arterial roads.
Providing clearly separated and well lit cycling and walking routes along arterial roads where possible which are well connected to surrounding neighbourhoods.
Completing the Greenways Program (including the Gawler, Outer Harbor, Tonsley and Grange Greenways) by 2025.
Working with local councils across Greater Adelaide to create and maintain convenient, direct and attractive street networks conducive to walking and cycling.
Incorporating attractive and convenient cycling and walking routes in all new housing and mixed use developments that provide connectivity with local services and facilities.
Ensuring major road and public transport upgrades provide walking and cycling infrastructure designed to best-practice standards.
Using the Streets for People Compendium and other relevant standards and guidelines to design peoplefriendly street networks around centres, main streets, schools and public transport hubs.
Providing secure bike storage facilities at public transport hubs, centres and main streets.
Developing and introducing MetroCard operated bike-sharing schemes at key public transport hubs toencourage cycle use for short, local trips.
Increasing Way2Go funding to encourage walking and cycling amongst school children, improve safety and expand walking and cycling catchments of schools.
Supporting Main Street grant programs to improve facilities for walkers and cyclists.
Incorporating cycling and walking options in planning.
Revised driver education and awareness programs.
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