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Sustainable Transport Strategy

The Warrnambool City Council has developed its first Sustainable Transport Strategy for the City.

Warrnambool has the beginnings of a great transport network with the City's off road trails, footpaths, bus system and connection to Melbourne by rail providing a variety of choices for people to leave the car at home, but there is room for improvement.

Through partnerships with community and other stakeholders, the Strategy will help deliver a combination of events and infrastructure to improve the uptake of sustainable transport for the next ten years. The aim is to get more to get more people on their bikes, on buses, on rail and walking as part of a movement to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and get people more active.

A copy of this strategy is available to download and CDs are also available from the Warrnambool Civic Centre.

  • Friday, 27 February 2015
    Merri River water quality will be improved following modifications to a stormwater drain leading to the river near Duirs Street, Merrivale.
  • The new berms at the Warrnambool BMX track
    Wednesday, 25 February 2015
    Warrnambool is now the home of a world class BMX track capable of hosting major competitions and providing a top training base for elite competitor
  • Lake Pertobe Maze
    Friday, 20 February 2015
    The Lake Pertobe maze is looking better than ever thanks to four renowned street artists and a cohort of community helpers.

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