Our roads, footpaths and cycleways are greener with more trees and plantings.
More travel options for people whether by car, public transport, cycle or walking means improved traffic flow.
A great destination
Some routes are best suited for people and cyclists, which makes it easier for cars and buses to get where they need to go.
A walkable city centre
Our central city has laneways and pocket parks to explore by foot or by bike. Wide footpaths mean more space for things like seating and entertainment.
Sharing our space
We’re embracing new ways of sharing the streets and public spaces – this means investment in cycleways, public transport, and spaces for people and cars.
A city where traffic flows
The central city’s four avenues are perfect for travelling around the city – meaning less congestion in our city’s core. A better system of one-way streets and some changes to two-way helps you get around the city more efficiently.
Plenty of handy off-street car parking means our streets can have wider footpaths, trees and cycleways. The priority for on-street parking is mobility spaces, loading zones and short stay.
A connected central city
Well-connected walking, cycling and public transport facilities and routes.