Cycle network link strategy
The Department of Transport and Main Roads has developed a Cycle Network Link Strategy (CNLS) which prioritises future cycling infrastructure needs in the North Coast Region.
The strategy plans for a cohesive and linked cycle network across the Sunshine Coast Regional Council and Moreton Regional Council areas.
The strategy targets commuter cyclists and identifies future cycle infrastructure projects on state-controlled roads that will be of most benefit to the greatest number of users.
The department engaged Aurecon to develop the cycle strategy.
About the strategy
The strategy identifies several key cycle links including David Low Way, Caboolture-Bribie Island Road, Mooloolaba Road, Anzac Avenue, Aerodrome Road, Emu Mountain Road and Caloundra Road.
It will remain a dynamic document that will be revised by the department as needed.
The prioritised cycle links will be designed and constructed as funding permits to ensure safe, efficient and sustainable commuter transport modes for the North Coast region.
Developing the strategy
The department worked with representatives from peak cycling bodies, local cycling groups, regional councils and other government agencies to form a Cycle Working Group to help develop the strategy.
The group identified existing and potential points of interest and desirable cycle routes, network gaps and areas of concern on state-controlled roads in the region.
Feedback provided by the public was also incorporated into the report that plans for a seamless network for cyclists in the future.
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