The City of Greater Bendigo's draft Walk, Cycle Greater Bendigo Strategy is open for community review and comment.
The strategy seeks to make it easier for people of all ages and abilities to walk and cycle more often.
Survey responses, school visits, submissions and face-to-face interactions shaped the document, which can be viewed on the city's website or at its Bendigo and Heathcote offices.
"Residents told us that they want to be separated from cars when riding a bicycle, more support for more organised walking groups, Bendigo's trail networks to be connected and activated and more maps and directional information on our walking and cycling network," Bendigo mayor Margaret O'Rourke said.
"Officers have used that feedback to develop a draft strategy that we hope can deliver a network that works for everyone."
Draft Walk, cycle Greater Bendigo strategy below
Cr O'Rourke said the strategy was important for the city.
"We want to undertake projects and initiatives that will make it safer and easier for our residents to cycle and walk for everyday travel and recreation," she said.
Comments are encouraged before May 17.
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