Chifley Pearce shared path – Meeting 18 August 2011

Chifley PathThe consultants for the development of the Chifley Pearce shared path are holding a meeting to to gather comment on the proposed concept design layout for the path.Click map to enlarge


Brendan Hogan (Traffic and Transport Planner)are working in conjunction with Roads ACT to deliver a 2km path consisting of new and repaired sections linking from Athlon Drive in the east through Waldock Street in the west. From here the design will be finalised for construction.

The proposed meeting time is Thursday August 18th at 3:00pm.

For reference, an indicative path alignment and the nominated meeting point (just north of McNamara Street) are shown on the map (click to enlarge). A more detailed plan will be supplied at the meeting

Chifley and Pearce Community Path

Proposed chifley pearce bike pathThe ACT Government has engaged GTA Consultants to provide advice regarding a new community path in Chifley and Pearce. The proposed path will run from the Athllon Drive shared path, along Melrose Drive and through the Chifley/Pearce ‘green belt’ to connect with the Tuggeranong Parkway shared path. The path has been designed to support walking and cycling to local schools and encourage commuter and recreational cycling.[teaserbreak]

Woden residents and others with an interest in this proposal are invited to attend a Community Consultation session.

When: Saturday 14 August
Where: Chifley/Pearce green belt, west side of Melrose Drive, opposite Parramatta
Street – marked “C” on the attached map
Time: 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm

Chifley Community Park

The Department of Territory and Municipal Services (TAMS) is
developing eight community parks for former school sites that includes
Consultant landscape architects have prepared draft Landscape Plans and Preliminary Sketch Plans that can be viewed on the Chifley Community Park page on the TAMS Community Parks on Former School Sites website.

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