Maroondah Principal Pedestrian Network

The Maroondah Pedestrian Strategy recognises the important role walking plays in an integrated transport network. Walking is the most common form of transport, as it is an option available to almost everyone and every trip involves walking at some stage of the journey. Therefore, the Maroondah Pedestrian Strategy outlines Council’s strategic direction for developing walkable neighbourhoods throughout the municipality.

The development of the Maroondah Principal Pedestrian Network (MPPN) was one of the key actions of the Maroondah Pedestrian Strategy. The MPPN identifies the key pedestrian routes in Maroondah. Council aims to provide at least one footpath along all roads on the Principal Pedestrian Network.

In conjunction with the Footpath Construction Policy, the MPPN provides Council with a mechanism to prioritise the future construction of pedestrian infrastructure in Maroondah.

The Maroondah Principal Pedestrian Network is the result of community consultation and a comprehensive review of the pedestrian network in Maroondah.  Council adopted the Maroondah Principal Pedestrian Network in March 2009.

View a map of the Network

You can see a map of the Maroondah Principal Pedestrian Network below, or a detailed PDF version can be viewed by clicking on the following link.

For further information, or to obtain a printed copy of the Maroondah Principal Pedestrian Network, please contact Council on 1300 88 22 33 or 9298 4598.

  Maroondah Principal Pedestrian Network (PDF, 978kB)

 

Maroondah Principal Pedestrain Network image



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