Byron shire council bike plan

The Byron Shire Council has provided the following update on their Bike Plan and Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan:

After more than a year in the planning, Byron Shire’s Bike Plan and Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) have been finalised and endorsed by Council.

The development of both the Bike Plan and PAMP involved detailed consultation with residents of towns and villages across the Shire with the aim being to make sure the plans reflected the needs of the community.

The engagement captured more than 700 survey responses, 62 submissions and attracted over 150 people to five workshops in Ocean Shores, Bangalow, Mullumbimby and Byron Bay.

With these plans finalised and adopted, we’ve got a clear path forward to more efficiently deliver better connected pedestrian and cycle networks throughout the Shire.

Having quality plans in place that have been developed with a high level of community input and support also gives us a much greater chance of attracting State and Federal grant funding to undertake projects.

We would like to offer our thanks and appreciation to you for your participation in this process, and your contribution to the development of both plans.

To view and download the final adopted Bike Plan and PAMP or for more information on either of these projects, please click on the following link:
https://www.byron.nsw.gov.au/Services/Footpaths-and-cycleways/Footpaths-and-cycleway-documents