This section of path has been identified in the Tatura Community Plan and will complete the Tatura 10km Walking / Cycling Loop, providing 10km of path for outdoor activities for community members and visitors to the region to utilise.
Stage 2 works along O’Reilly Road connect to the previously constructed path adjacent to Tatura Racecourse and Recreation Reserve.
Council received a tremendous response from the local residents in the recent community consultation for the Final Stage of the Tatura 10km Walking / Cycling Loop. Council has given consideration to all of the comments received in finalising the shared path design. The design has also been endorsed by the Walks and Rides Committee as part of Council’s consultation process.
The Final Stage of the 2.5m wide x 1.4km long stone dust path will be located entirely on the south side of O’Reilly Road to create a safe path alignment for cyclists and pedestrians.
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Proposed 2.5m wide stone dust - Southern side only.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the reason for the new stone dust shared path?
Why is the entire alignment of the shared path on the south side of the road?
Why has the section of shared path at the eastern end of O’Reilly Rd near moved to the South side?
Is my driveway going to be disrupted?
As part of the stone dust path construction council will not be upgrading or disturbing any existing driveways. There will be some heavy machinery and plant in the street during construction, for which we will provide you advanced notice via a letter drop. Council aims to reduce any inconvenience to the local residents during construction, but please contact us on the email or phone number below if you have any specific concerns.
What will the surface design of the shared path be?
What is the estimated timeframe for construction?
Construction is planned to take approximately 4 weeks and will occur in the first half of 2021 and will be determined through the availability of contractors and suitable weather. Construction is to be completed by 30 June 2021.
How will the road reserve be managed in the future?
The only changes to the existing maintenance responsibility is that Council will maintain the new shared path itself and a 1-metre strip either side of the path (e.g. keeping the grass short) and including the strip between the path and the road. The remaining area of the road reserve will continue to be maintained under the existing responsibility.
Will there be seats, lighting, kerb and road upgrades and/or traffic calming measures?
The current funding does not include for seats or street furniture along the path and there are no current plans for upgrades to the lighting, kerbs and road pavement in O’Reilly Rd. These assets are on our long term priority programs and will be monitored for any upgrades required.
For more information
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Projects Department on 03 5832 9700 or email email@example.com.