- more appropriate pedestrian facilities, particularly in busy areas;
- safe and convenient crossing opportunities on major roads;
- reduced injuries to pedestrians;
- promotion of walking for pleasure and health;
- links with other transport services;
- improved access for mobility impaired users, including older persons; and
- infrastructure suitable for wheelchairs, walking aids, mobility scooters, guide dogs, prams and bicycles.
- a person driving a motorised wheelchair that cannot travel over 10km per hour (on level ground)
- a person in a non-motorised wheelchair
- a person pushing a motorised or non-motorised wheelchair
- a person in or on a wheeled recreational device or wheeled toy.
What is a PAMP?
How will the PAMP benefit the community?
Who is a pedestrian?