Toongabbie to Westmead Pedestrian and Cyclist Corridor

Council is investigating opportunities to deliver an active transport corridor from Toongabbie to Westmead. The delivery of these key regional cycling and walking routes along the Western Railway Line will connect our community to multiple stations, schools, and local shops as well as other walking and cycling facilities.

Project overview

Public exhibition

This exhibition closed at 5pm on Tuesday 7 May 2024. Thank you to everyone that provided feedback. Council officers will review all submissions and make changes to the draft concept design as required in response. Following this a report will be prepared for Council's consideration.

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Project description

The need for this key cycling and walking infrastructure was identified in the endorsed City of Parramatta Bike Plan 2017, Parramatta Ways Walking Strategy, and the NSW Government’s Green Grid and Central City Cycling Corridors.

To help deliver the Toongabbie to Westmead active transport corridor, Council received a grant from Transport for NSW (TfNSW) to deliver a corridor study.The study involves the preparation of a detailed concept design that tests:

  • Spatial opportunities to create separate walking and cycling facilities; and
  • Mapping of constraints and opportunities

The feedback received will be considered by the project team in the finalisation of the detailed design. The detailed design will inform future staging and the works to be delivered. Should the project be supported and funding secured, it is anticipated that it will take a few years to deliver the full scope of works.

To view the draft concept design, scroll down the page to view our interactive map or download the PDF from the resources section.


Proposed pedestrian and cyclist path

Click on to the map below to:

  • View the proposed pedestrian and cycling route in more detail, and
  • Provide feedback - let us know what you like, what you don't like or leave a general comment

In addition to this project, Council is working to deliver a range of pedestrian and cyclist routes to help you get around off-road. Watch the video and check out what we’ve got planned!

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