Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plans
Wingecarribee Shire Council has a responsibility to provide safe, convenient and connected pedestrian routes that will encourage people to walk rather than use their cars.
Council also has a responsibility to ensure that people who do not have access to cars are able to reach needed facilities in their everyday activities, and that as far as possible, people with a physical disability do not have their access impaired because of that disability.
Bowral, Mittagong & Moss Vale Pedestrian Access Mobility Plan
A Pedestrian Access Mobility Plan (PAMP) for the towns of Bowral, Mittagong and Moss Vale was completed in 2000 by Geoplan Urban Traffic and Planning.
Robertson, Bundanoon & Villages Pedestrian Access Mobility Plan
A Pedestrian Access Mobility Plan (PAMP) study was developed in 2007 for the following localities:
- Township of Robertson (Stage 1 by QED Pty Ltd),
- Township of Bundanoon
- Villages of Avoca, Aylmerton, Balaclava, Balmoral Village, Berrima, Braemar, Colo Vale, Exeter, Fitzroy Falls, Hill Top, Medway, New Berrima, Penrose, Sutton Forest, Welby, Willow Vale, Wingello and Yerrinbool (Stage 2).
These PAMPs were adopted by Council on 26 March 2008.