Project background and information

over 2 years ago

Background
During 2013 Council consulted with Little Sturt Street and Willcox Street residents regarding the implementation of contra-flow bike facilities on Little Sturt Street, street art installations and the Gilbert Street priority pedestrian (zebra) crossing. This consultation, based on the feedback received, recognised the need for further walking and public domain improvements along Willcox and Little Sturt streets. The concept plans have also taken into consideration this feedback received.
The street improvement project for Chatham, Little Sturt and Willcox streets aims to:
increased greening through low level landscaping and/or street trees, and
improved infrastructure for people who walk and ride bikes.
Chatham, Little Sturt and Willcox streets form part of Council’s priority walking and cycling network including its north-south ‘walking & cycling’ and bikeways networks. By undertaking street improvements it contributes to Council’s initiatives of providing safe and accessible paths for those who walk and ride bikes in the City and North Adelaide.
Once this link is completed it will connect future Park Lands shared use paths along South Terrace (Mirnu Wirra, Park 21 West) with North Terrace, along Willcox Street, Little Sturt Street, Chatham Street, Lowe Street/Claxton Street, Blenheim Street/Marlborough Street, Gray Street and Byron Place/Elizabeth Street/Clarendon Street/George Street (see map on the right).

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