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Come and learn how the Draft Walking and Cycling Network Plan will affect you

Updated: Jun 19, 2022


WHEN: THURSDAY 23RD JUNE

WHERE: PEGASUS COMMUNITY CENTRE

TIME: 6.00PM - 7.30PM

Note: Please wear a mask at the Pegasus Community Centre


The draft Walking and Cycling Network Plan will impact how we stay connected in our community and district. Come and learn how it will affect you and your family.

Head along to the Pegasus drop-in session with Waimkariri District Council to give your feedback on the draft network plan for walking and cycling across the district. At the event you can view larger maps that show the proposed routes - and get all your questions answered. Draft Walking and Cycling Network Plan The draft plan shows what routes are already in place and where new links and routes are proposed to make better connections in and around our towns. It also shows the type of facility for each route which relate to the different kinds of people who may use them according to their skill level (low, medium, high). One of the prioritised cycleways identified is Woodend to Pegasus (SH1)


The Council wants your feedback on:

  • Have they got the right links and connections in place?

  • What routes should they prioritise?

  • Have they got the time frame for delivering proposed cycleways right?

  • Any other comments or things you would like them, to think about when developing this walking and cycling network plan.


LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PLAN

  • Background and information on the draft plan: https://letstalk.waimakariri.govt.nz/walking-and-cycling.... -

  • You can access a fantastic summary including all the maps and a feedback form here: https://letstalk.waimakariri.govt.nz/.../documents/234123 Feedback closes 30 June.



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