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Warrumbungle Pedestrian and Mobility Plan (PAMP)

The intention of this Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP), with the help of the community, is to commence a long term upgrade of the highest priority pedestrian routes and enhance a connected pedestrian network in the six largest towns in the Warrumbungle Shire.

The motivation for a PAMP is focussed on State and Local Government investment in safe, convenient and coherent connections on key pedestrian routes, which have a high probability of attracting the community to walk, including those that use a gopher or a wheelchair or other device, rather than use the car.

Additionally, the PAMP provides a strategic and coordinated framework for investment in pedestrian infrastructure on routes that have been identified by the community as important to sustainable and enhanced safety, convenience and mobility for pedestrians. Pedestrians still form the largest single road user group; most individual trips, regardless of any other type of transport used, begin and end with a walk section that makes walking a major element of all travel.

The PAMP identifies required enhancements to pedestrian safety issues relating to existing and future footpaths, shared paths, where pedestrians are crossing the road and time frames of infrastructure works.

Download the Warrumbungle Shire Council Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan.

Download the Warrumbungle Shire Council Charter for Pedestrian & Mobility Access Advisory Committee.

Last Updated: 20 Jul 2016