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Shape the future of transport in the City of Whittlesea

Shape the future of transport in the City of Whittlesea 

Thursday, December 14, 2023

The City of Whittlesea is currently developing an Integrated Transport Plan that supports our community to have greater choice and ease in how they move around.  

A draft background and directions paper have been developed to inform the plan, and residents are invited to provide their feedback.  

The feedback received will help inform the development of a draft Integrated Transport Plan, which will be the guiding document for transport planning in the City for the next 10 years.  

The plan will include walking and cycling, public transport, road transport, road safety and freight movements.  

City of Whittlesea Administrator Peita Duncan said the Integrated Transport Plan would make a difference for the community by making our City’s transport network more efficient, equitable, safe, sustainable and accessible.  

”The plan is not just about transport - it’s about making life smoother, connecting people to places and ensuring a better future for our community,” Peita said.  

“The aim is to offer our community more choice in how they move around, making travelling simpler and more convenient.”  

“Delivering effective transport options is a shared responsibility between Council and the Victorian Government so this plan will also help us to advocate for major road and public transport improvements for our community.”   

There are multiple ways to share your thoughts about the future of transport in the City of Whittlesea. To find out more visit  

Consultation is open until 15 February 2024.