Pedestrian Access Mobility Plan (PAMP)

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Survey Concluded, on the Agenda for the next Council meeting on 21 June 2023

To guide our ongoing investment in the pedestrian network in Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, Council is preparing the Wingecarribee Council Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP). This plan will guide Council infrastructure upgrades and investments.

It is important that this plan is guided by feedback from anyone who uses, or would like to use, the paths and crossings throughout Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong.

If you walk, use a motorised or non-motorised wheelchair, use a mobility scooter (or similar), or you would like to do any of these, we would like to know where we can:

  • provide new paths, crossings or on-road cycle lanes
  • improve your safety (e.g. visibility, separation from cars, lower speeds)
  • improve accessibility for everyone (e.g. access for prams, mobility scooters etc)
  • improve your comfort (e.g. shade, seating, water fountains).

We are interested in gaining your insights and ideas about pedestrian paths and facilities, and whether there are any opportunities that would encourage you to walk more often. This includes any issues or challenges you may currently experience and whether you have any vision for the future of the area.

Please note, when we ask about pedestrians, we are also including the use of motorised and non-motorised wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

Getting involved is easy. Simply place a pin on the map at the location of your choice and include a comment / concern regarding the pedestrian network and infrastructure.

Workshop consultations have been arranged at Moss Vale on Wednesday 21 June 4:00 - 6:00pm and on-line workshop on Tuesday 27 June 2023. Details on the workshops will be updated closer to the date and provided in the newsletter.

Submissions close 4:30pm 9 June 2023

To guide our ongoing investment in the pedestrian network in Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, Council is preparing the Wingecarribee Council Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP). This plan will guide Council infrastructure upgrades and investments.

It is important that this plan is guided by feedback from anyone who uses, or would like to use, the paths and crossings throughout Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong.

If you walk, use a motorised or non-motorised wheelchair, use a mobility scooter (or similar), or you would like to do any of these, we would like to know where we can:

  • provide new paths, crossings or on-road cycle lanes
  • improve your safety (e.g. visibility, separation from cars, lower speeds)
  • improve accessibility for everyone (e.g. access for prams, mobility scooters etc)
  • improve your comfort (e.g. shade, seating, water fountains).

We are interested in gaining your insights and ideas about pedestrian paths and facilities, and whether there are any opportunities that would encourage you to walk more often. This includes any issues or challenges you may currently experience and whether you have any vision for the future of the area.

Please note, when we ask about pedestrians, we are also including the use of motorised and non-motorised wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

Getting involved is easy. Simply place a pin on the map at the location of your choice and include a comment / concern regarding the pedestrian network and infrastructure.

Workshop consultations have been arranged at Moss Vale on Wednesday 21 June 4:00 - 6:00pm and on-line workshop on Tuesday 27 June 2023. Details on the workshops will be updated closer to the date and provided in the newsletter.

Submissions close 4:30pm 9 June 2023

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PAMP Routes

12 months

Help decide where we can:

  • provide new paths, crossings or on-road cycle lanes
  • improve your safety (e.g. visibility, separation from cars, lower speeds)
  • improve accessibility for everyone (e.g. access for prams, mobility scooters etc)
  • improve your comfort (e.g. shade, seating, water fountains).

How to drop a pin:

1. Zoom into the area you want to drop a pin using the + or - icons at the bottom right of your screen

2. Click on 'Add pin' (see the + button on the left hand side) and drag the pin to the map

3. Add your comment (you can also add an image)

4. Hit 'submit'

5. Repeat until you have dropped as many pins as you want!

Click "Go to map" to get started.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.