IT will cost upwards of $50,000 to develop a comprehensive plan aimed at relieving traffic woes at Strathfieldsaye, but the City of Greater Bendigo has not committed to funding the study.
The costings follow a push from residents to create safer intersections at the town, as the population nears 8000 people.
The matter will be debated at this week's ordinary meeting, along with several planning proposals.
Councillors are recommended to approve a permit for a 26-lot staged subdivision on Havlin Street.
The development will include seven double-storey houses and one triple-storey house.
Borchelli Ristorante also hopes to build a two-storey covered outdoor dining area at the restaurant.
Owners have applied to partially demolish the existing building and extend the building to include an outdoor dining area, a new staircase and a retaining wall.
All works will be carried out at the View Lane side of the building.
Council has noted one objection to the proposal.
A two-storey building has also been proposed for 104 Vine Street, Bendigo.
There have been five objections to the plan however council has determined the proposal is appropriate for the current heritage overlay.
No consultation meeting has been held.
Councillors are also expected to endorse a $4.2 million tender to Nicholson Constructions for stage one and two of the Canterbury Park Project.