Council commits to river crossing

Liverpool Council has committed to planning a pedestrian and cycleway linking Liverpool Train Station to the other side of the Georges River, using the existing historic pylons as foundations.

The announcement followed a NSW State Government promise of $273,000 to boost walking and cycling in and around Liverpool.

We welcome the announcement and look forward to the time when riders and walkers can cross the river safely and comfortably.

View the Council’s media release here.

 

3 thoughts on “Council commits to river crossing

  1. am from Newcastle but looking at google maps looks like an awesome idea the more cycling infrastructure the better i say ps can I ask a question can you get to prospect reservoir again after it was cut for roadwork via the canal cyclewaythanks very much

      • thanks Elaena just got back on a bike be it a recumbent after suffering a massive unexplained stroke in oct 2013and have been looking at cycleways to ride in Sydney prospect loop and cooks river have taken my fancy

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