Your View : City of Holdfast Bay Integrated Transport Strategy

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We invite you to tell us more about transport issues in the City of Holdfast Bay, how they might be managed, and what would encourage you to leave your car at home and instead walk, cycle and catch public transport? What should transport look like in Holdfast Bay in 2040?

Your insights and ideas will influence the development of an Integrated Transport Strategy that:

  • identifies opportunities to improve efficient and safe transport and movement of people and goods within and through the City
  • provides for a transport network that better balances the needs of residents, visitors/tourists, commercial and passing travellers
  • identifies ways to encourage increased active travel to reduce private vehicle trips.

The strategy will identify a range of transport improvements and opportunities that can be advocated for or examined for the best way to implement them. This includes the potential for use of new technologies.

A draft strategy is being created, informed by engagement input from 18 June to 8 July 2019, and further data collection and analysis.

We invite you to tell us more about transport issues in the City of Holdfast Bay, how they might be managed, and what would encourage you to leave your car at home and instead walk, cycle and catch public transport? What should transport look like in Holdfast Bay in 2040?

Your insights and ideas will influence the development of an Integrated Transport Strategy that:

  • identifies opportunities to improve efficient and safe transport and movement of people and goods within and through the City
  • provides for a transport network that better balances the needs of residents, visitors/tourists, commercial and passing travellers
  • identifies ways to encourage increased active travel to reduce private vehicle trips.

The strategy will identify a range of transport improvements and opportunities that can be advocated for or examined for the best way to implement them. This includes the potential for use of new technologies.

A draft strategy is being created, informed by engagement input from 18 June to 8 July 2019, and further data collection and analysis.

Discussions: All (3) Open (3)
  • Traffic in local streets

    about 1 year ago
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    Should any local roads (not State Arterial roads) be upgraded to cater for greater traffic volumes, or modified to cater for less traffic volumes?

    What types of local traffic calming and restricting measures would be most acceptable on your street to deter some of the traffic 'rat-running' on local roads (drivers seeking to avoid congested main roads)? These might include speed humps, one way streets, street narrowing. Who will such measures affect?



    Should any local roads (not State Arterial roads) be upgraded to cater for greater traffic volumes, or modified to cater for less traffic volumes?

    What types of local traffic calming and restricting measures would be most acceptable on your street to deter some of the traffic 'rat-running' on local roads (drivers seeking to avoid congested main roads)? These might include speed humps, one way streets, street narrowing. Who will such measures affect?



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  • Managing Parking- what are your priorities for parking?

    about 1 year ago
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    Which areas of the City of Holdfast Bay have good parking and what makes it good?

    There are a number of areas where parking becomes difficult especially at peak times of the year. 

    Should  parking areas be regulated (eg by time, cost, permit)? 

    Are there any opportunities to better utilise existing car parking? (e.g. where parking is available for commuters on weekdays, but available for other uses on evenings & weekends, perhaps recreation, markets)

    Which areas of the City of Holdfast Bay have good parking and what makes it good?

    There are a number of areas where parking becomes difficult especially at peak times of the year. 

    Should  parking areas be regulated (eg by time, cost, permit)? 

    Are there any opportunities to better utilise existing car parking? (e.g. where parking is available for commuters on weekdays, but available for other uses on evenings & weekends, perhaps recreation, markets)

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  • Active Travel - public transport, walking and cycling as an alternative to private cars

    about 1 year ago
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    Which areas of the City have good active transport opportunities? / Which areas of the City have poor active transport opportunities?

    What improvements could be made to encourage people to use public transport more often rather than use a private car?  (e.g. better pedestrian links, park n’ ride facilities, changes to bus routes) 

    What improvements could be made to encourage more participation in walking and cycling (and similar) active travel? / Are there any areas where you feel unsafe when participating in active travel?

    Which areas of the City have good active transport opportunities? / Which areas of the City have poor active transport opportunities?

    What improvements could be made to encourage people to use public transport more often rather than use a private car?  (e.g. better pedestrian links, park n’ ride facilities, changes to bus routes) 

    What improvements could be made to encourage more participation in walking and cycling (and similar) active travel? / Are there any areas where you feel unsafe when participating in active travel?
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