Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan

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To guide our ongoing investment in the pedestrian and bike network across the Tweed, we're developing the Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan.


To guide our ongoing investment in the pedestrian and bike network across the Tweed, we're developing the Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan. This plan will include a 10-year action plan for delivering pedestrian and cycling infrastructure.


We're hosting a series of interactive surveys and workshops to seek community input on shaping the Tweed's future pedestrian and bike network. Please provide your feedback by Thursday 30 September 2021.


We are keen to hear from cyclists with all levels of experience and all types of pedestrians. Pedestrians include people who walk, run, push a pram, use a mobility aid, mobility scooter, roller skate or skateboard.

Council is hosting a series of interactive surveys and workshops to seek community input on shaping the Tweed's future pedestrian and bike network.We're seeking a range of feedback including on:

  • where new footpaths, crossings or on-road cycle lanes should be upgraded or built
  • where safety can be improved (visibility, separation from cars, lower speeds)
  • where accessibility can be improved (access for prams, wheelchairs, mobility scooters)
  • where comfort can be improved (shade, seating, water fountains).

We want to hear your ideas about what we can do to encourage people to walk or cycle more often. We’d also like to hear about any issues or challenges you may have experienced, or still experiencing, on our pedestrian and bike network.

We also want to hear your ideas on the future of walking and cycling in the Tweed. What is your vision for our pedestrian and bike network? What would you like this network to be like in the future?


Have your say

Have your say by Thursday 30 September 2021.

Your feedback will help inform our ongoing planning and investment in the pedestrian and bike networks.

Council is hosting a series of interactive surveys and workshops to seek community input on shaping the Tweed's future pedestrian and bike network.Ways to provide feedback

  • Take the online surveys: take the bike and walking surveys
  • Drop pins on interactive maps: highlight issues and challenges and share your ideas for improvement on the and bike and walking plan maps
  • Attend online workshops: workshops have been held
  • Call us: the project team will be available to take your call on Wednesday 8, Thursday 9 or Wednesday 22 September, between 9 am and 4 pm – call 02 6670 2586
  • Email us: tsc@tweed.nsw.gov.au with the subject Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan
  • Drop us a note:
    Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan
    Tweed Shire Council
    PO Box 816
    Murwillumbah NSW 2484

To guide our ongoing investment in the pedestrian and bike network across the Tweed, we're developing the Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan.


To guide our ongoing investment in the pedestrian and bike network across the Tweed, we're developing the Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan. This plan will include a 10-year action plan for delivering pedestrian and cycling infrastructure.


We're hosting a series of interactive surveys and workshops to seek community input on shaping the Tweed's future pedestrian and bike network. Please provide your feedback by Thursday 30 September 2021.


We are keen to hear from cyclists with all levels of experience and all types of pedestrians. Pedestrians include people who walk, run, push a pram, use a mobility aid, mobility scooter, roller skate or skateboard.

Council is hosting a series of interactive surveys and workshops to seek community input on shaping the Tweed's future pedestrian and bike network.We're seeking a range of feedback including on:

  • where new footpaths, crossings or on-road cycle lanes should be upgraded or built
  • where safety can be improved (visibility, separation from cars, lower speeds)
  • where accessibility can be improved (access for prams, wheelchairs, mobility scooters)
  • where comfort can be improved (shade, seating, water fountains).

We want to hear your ideas about what we can do to encourage people to walk or cycle more often. We’d also like to hear about any issues or challenges you may have experienced, or still experiencing, on our pedestrian and bike network.

We also want to hear your ideas on the future of walking and cycling in the Tweed. What is your vision for our pedestrian and bike network? What would you like this network to be like in the future?


Have your say

Have your say by Thursday 30 September 2021.

Your feedback will help inform our ongoing planning and investment in the pedestrian and bike networks.

Council is hosting a series of interactive surveys and workshops to seek community input on shaping the Tweed's future pedestrian and bike network.Ways to provide feedback

  • Take the online surveys: take the bike and walking surveys
  • Drop pins on interactive maps: highlight issues and challenges and share your ideas for improvement on the and bike and walking plan maps
  • Attend online workshops: workshops have been held
  • Call us: the project team will be available to take your call on Wednesday 8, Thursday 9 or Wednesday 22 September, between 9 am and 4 pm – call 02 6670 2586
  • Email us: tsc@tweed.nsw.gov.au with the subject Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan
  • Drop us a note:
    Tweed Pedestrian and Bike Plan
    Tweed Shire Council
    PO Box 816
    Murwillumbah NSW 2484

  • Your feedback will help inform our ongoing planning and investment in walking infrastructure.

    Please complete the survey by Thursday 30 September 2021.

    Take the bike survey
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  • When we ask about walking in this survey we are also referring to the use of wheelchairs, mobility scooters, prams, scooters, skateboards and roller skates.

    Your feedback will help inform our ongoing planning and investment in walking infrastructure.

    Please complete the survey by Thursday 30 September 2021.

    Take the walking survey
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