Riders who enjoy the trails of the Yarra Ranges have a valuable opportunity to help shape the future of riding, running and walking in the region.
As part of the Live.Move.Yarra Ranges initiative, the Yarra Ranges council is seeking feedback from all users to develop a new Paths and Trails Strategy.
The strategy will build on the work done by the previous Yarra Ranges Council Hike and Bike Strategy, focusing on the development of connected and accessible local paths and trails that inspire, support and encourage the community to get active.
The current Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail attracting around 200,000 visitors per year, many of whom are bike riders. The Yarra Ranges council recognise the importance of feedback from the various trail users for development, and are particularly keen to hear from those who ride bikes.
They have designed a short (5 minute) online survey to help them understand:
- How you use local paths and trails
- What qualities about the paths and trails are important to you
- How you would like to use them in the future
- Where you think the gaps are and where you think improvements could be made
More on Live.Move.Yarra Ranges
The Live.Move.Yarra Ranges initiative aims to assist and enable the local community to take part in a series of priority projects, initiatives and programs over the coming years.
These projects aim to make it easier to be part of a healthier, happier and more active community by ensuring the natural environment and maintained community spaces are linked, inspiring, vibrant, fun and energising.
The Yarra Ranges Council have shown their commitment to bike riders in recent times, investing $8.5M for the Yarra Valley Trail and $11.3M for the Warburton Mountain Bike Destination.
It is important that all members of the community, including bike riders, take the opportunity given to have your say.TAKE THE SURVEY