Integrated Transport Strategy
The Integrated Transport Strategy has been initiated to develop an overall integrated transport plan to address existing and future traffic and transport impacts on Hobsons Bay.
A steering committee has been appointed to oversee the development of the strategy.
Download the Integrated Transport Strategy (Dec 2006).
Williamstown Transport Strategy
The Williamstown Transport Strategy was initiated by the Council in response to the need for the development of an overall plan to address existing and future traffic impacts on the Williamstown area.
The strategy will outline future land use, traffic management, pedestrian and bicycle networks and public transport.
Download the Williamstown Transport Strategy (Dec 2005).
Strategic Bicycle Plan
The key objective of the Strategic Bicycle Plan is to promote cycling within Hobsons Bay as a safe and healthy activity by developing a highly connective network of on and off-road bicycle routes as well as a range of education, promotion and enforcement initiatives.
This Strategic Bicycle Plan builds on the recommendations developed as part of the Hobsons Bay Mobility and Transport Strategy, Hobsons Bay Road Safety Strategy and the previous bicycle strategies developed for the former cities of Altona, Williamstown, Footscray and Werribee.
Sustainable transport, also known as active transport, includes forms of transport that have less impact on the environment, economy and society than single occupancy driving.