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Northern Beaches residents are an active bunch who embrace sport, recreation, and the outdoor lifestyle so it’s no surprise that 83% of residents cycle for recreation and 26% as a means of transport.
Cycling has many obvious benefits from our health to our hip pockets with lower transport costs, minimal impact on the environment and it helps to reduce traffic and parking congestion on local roads.
This week we welcomed good news that the NSW Government is providing more than $1 million in grant funding to help build more shared paths.
The cash injection will help Council deliver around 2.5 kilometres of shared pathways. Once built it will be easier and safer for all users to move around.
The grant is earmarked to deliver shared paths at the following locations:
These shared pathways form part of a $710 million investment in walking and cycling infrastructure over the next four years across the state.