Keeping Glen Eira Moving



Greater Melbourne is growing - and with it, Glen Eira is too. Growth offers opportunities for more vibrant, busy urban places, arts and culture and community life. But it also comes with challenges around the limitations of space, including space on our roads and transport networks.

Over September and October, Council sought feedback on new transport initiatives for Glen Eira, linked to the Integrated Transport Strategy, our plan for keeping Glen Eira moving and for responding to the opportunities and challenges we face.

These initiatives include a draft Cycling Action Plan, a draft Walking and Accessibility Action Plan, a draft Public Transport Advocacy Plan, a pilot safe cycling corridor and a draft Parking Policy.

The draft Parking Policy remains open for your feedback.

HOW TO HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE DRAFT PARKING POLICY

We need your input to help get the draft Policy right. To help you to find out more, summary papers have been developed on key aspects of the policy.

To the right of this page, you will see 'Your Questions Answered here'. This is where you can review a range of responses to help guide you.

READY TO HAVE YOUR SAY? TAKE OUR SURVEY BELOW.

Create your own user feedback survey


The survey can also be accessed by following this link.

The opportunity to have a say closes on 4th November.



Greater Melbourne is growing - and with it, Glen Eira is too. Growth offers opportunities for more vibrant, busy urban places, arts and culture and community life. But it also comes with challenges around the limitations of space, including space on our roads and transport networks.

Over September and October, Council sought feedback on new transport initiatives for Glen Eira, linked to the Integrated Transport Strategy, our plan for keeping Glen Eira moving and for responding to the opportunities and challenges we face.

These initiatives include a draft Cycling Action Plan, a draft Walking and Accessibility Action Plan, a draft Public Transport Advocacy Plan, a pilot safe cycling corridor and a draft Parking Policy.

The draft Parking Policy remains open for your feedback.

HOW TO HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE DRAFT PARKING POLICY

We need your input to help get the draft Policy right. To help you to find out more, summary papers have been developed on key aspects of the policy.

To the right of this page, you will see 'Your Questions Answered here'. This is where you can review a range of responses to help guide you.

READY TO HAVE YOUR SAY? TAKE OUR SURVEY BELOW.

Create your own user feedback survey


The survey can also be accessed by following this link.

The opportunity to have a say closes on 4th November.