Safer biking through Sandringham
We’re proposing to improve the bike path connecting Sandringham Train Station and Sandringham Family Leisure Centre. This approximately 4km route will connect new and existing bike paths to improve safety for riders of all ages and abilities, as well as other road users.
Expanding Bayside’s bike path network is designed to link bicycle routes to community services, schools, sports grounds, shopping precincts and railway stations. This project aims to encourage greater community participation in riding and walking as set out in our Bayside Bicycle Action Plan 2019 and Bayside 2050 Community Vision.
We’d like your feedback on the proposed stage one plans.
West-east from Sandringham station
East-west from the Leisure Centre
Find out what is proposed for each section of the route
Join us at key route locations
Sandringham Family Leisure Centre
150 Tulip Street, Cheltenham
Saturday 4 February: 8am – 12pm
Sandringham train station
Station Street, Sandringham
Thursday 9 February: 5pm – 7pm
Black Rock Farmers Market
30 Royal Avenue, Sandringham
Saturday 11 February: 8am – 12pm
To make a submission or enquiry, please get in touch via the following methods:
- Online via the survey
- Ask a question in the Q&A forum
- Drop-in to a feedback session
- Book a meeting or email Henry Lee, Senior Integrated Transport Planner HLee@bayside.vic.gov.au
- Phone 03 9599 4394
- In person to the Corporate Centre at 76 Royal Avenue, Sandringham
- Post to Bayside City Council, PO Box 27 Sandringham 3091
- Anonymously via the postal, phone or email details above.
Please note: Materials can be provided in accessible formats on request.
Submissions close 5pm 26 February 2023
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