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Council is currently preparing an Integrated Transport Strategy for the City of Wagga Wagga, but we can’t do it without hearing about your transport experiences and ideas!

What's this strategy all about?

At the outset we recognise that the transport network is an intrinsic part of how people experience the city and influences in a real way on people’s health, wellbeing, prosperity and the overall liveability of Wagga Wagga.

Once adopted the Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Study 2043 (WWITS 2043) will provide Council with a strategy to respond to the population growth in the city, guide future development and will inform how Council invests and plans for transport related initiatives such as:

  • walking and cycling infrastructure
  • road network upgrades including the freight network
  • management of car parking; and
  • public transport improvements

The project is being conducted in partnership with the NSW Department of Roads and Maritime Services, with assistance from GTA Consultants in collaboration with the People for Places and Spaces, Dr. Wendy Sarkissian and Creative Suburbs, with peer review by MRCagney.

Together with Council, this team of transport and engagement specialists is taking a comprehensive approach to preparing the WWITS based on collaboration with the people of Wagga and best practice transport and land use planning, design and civil engineering.

This is where you come in...

The project is to be undertaken in a number of key stages and is proposed to be completed by July 2017.

The process is one of collaboration with key stakeholders and the people of Wagga Wagga and offers multiple opportunities to get involved.

The success of the WWITS is dependent on council listening and understanding the concerns of the people who live, visit, invest and work in Wagga Wagga. If you cannot attend one of the engagement activities there will additional ways to contribute online.

Keep an eye on this website for opportunities to contribute, and to receive updates on the outcomes of surveys, workshops and events that have already been conducted.

Current consultation

An independent peer review of the technical report, prepared for the Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy (WWITS), is currently out for further feedback.

Read the Peer Review here.

Read the Technical Report here.

You can make your submission using the online form before 31 March 2017.

Alternatively you can email council@wagga.nsw.gov.au, mail to PO Box 20, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 or drop in to the Customer Service Desk at the Wagga Wagga Civic Centre.

Council is currently preparing an Integrated Transport Strategy for the City of Wagga Wagga, but we can’t do it without hearing about your transport experiences and ideas!

What's this strategy all about?

At the outset we recognise that the transport network is an intrinsic part of how people experience the city and influences in a real way on people’s health, wellbeing, prosperity and the overall liveability of Wagga Wagga.

Once adopted the Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Study 2043 (WWITS 2043) will provide Council with a strategy to respond to the population growth in the city, guide future development and will inform how Council invests and plans for transport related initiatives such as:

  • walking and cycling infrastructure
  • road network upgrades including the freight network
  • management of car parking; and
  • public transport improvements

The project is being conducted in partnership with the NSW Department of Roads and Maritime Services, with assistance from GTA Consultants in collaboration with the People for Places and Spaces, Dr. Wendy Sarkissian and Creative Suburbs, with peer review by MRCagney.

Together with Council, this team of transport and engagement specialists is taking a comprehensive approach to preparing the WWITS based on collaboration with the people of Wagga and best practice transport and land use planning, design and civil engineering.

This is where you come in...

The project is to be undertaken in a number of key stages and is proposed to be completed by July 2017.

The process is one of collaboration with key stakeholders and the people of Wagga Wagga and offers multiple opportunities to get involved.

The success of the WWITS is dependent on council listening and understanding the concerns of the people who live, visit, invest and work in Wagga Wagga. If you cannot attend one of the engagement activities there will additional ways to contribute online.

Keep an eye on this website for opportunities to contribute, and to receive updates on the outcomes of surveys, workshops and events that have already been conducted.

Current consultation

An independent peer review of the technical report, prepared for the Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy (WWITS), is currently out for further feedback.

Read the Peer Review here.

Read the Technical Report here.

You can make your submission using the online form before 31 March 2017.

Alternatively you can email council@wagga.nsw.gov.au, mail to PO Box 20, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 or drop in to the Customer Service Desk at the Wagga Wagga Civic Centre.

Make a submission

An independent peer review of the technical report, prepared for the Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy (WWITS), is currently out for further feedback.

Read the Peer Review here

Read the Technical Report here

All other documents relating to this project can be found here

Please write or attach your submission below and attach any supporting documents before 31 March 2017.

*As this is a formal submission process your submission and some details will become publicly available at some point, however your street address and contact will remain private.

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