Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan – Walking and Pedestrian Network

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The Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan outlines actions the City of Ballarat can take to improve the transport systems it owns or manages, including footpaths, bicycle infrastructure and local roads.
It also recommends advocacy actions we can take to request improvements to parts of the transport system the state government owns or manages, including major roads, freeways and highways, bus services and train lines.

The Walking and Pedestrian Network is the second transport mode to be explored as part of Phase One of the Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan.



The City of Ballarat is looking for ideas from the community to make walking safer and more pleasant across the city. The current rates of walking in Ballarat are low, but there is significant scope to improve this situation and feedback from the community will play a significant role in understanding and addressing the barriers to walking.

View the Walking and Pedestrian Network discussion paper and Walking Framework Plan on the right hand side under 'Documents'.



Each discussion paper explores the opportunities and challenges of each mode of transport across Ballarat’s current network, including:

  • Ballarat Cycling Action Plan 2017 (complete)
  • Rail network (complete)
  • Walking and pedestrian network (open for feedback)
  • Local Public Transit network (coming soon)
  • Roads, Streetscapes and Vehicles (coming soon)
  • Aviation (coming soon)

Following feedback from the community on each of the discussion papers, the City of Ballarat will release the Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan.

To give your feedback, drop a pin on the map to highlight areas you enjoy walking or on areas you think needs improving.

Your ideas and feedback will contribute to the Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan to build a more walkable and accessible Ballarat.


The Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan outlines actions the City of Ballarat can take to improve the transport systems it owns or manages, including footpaths, bicycle infrastructure and local roads.
It also recommends advocacy actions we can take to request improvements to parts of the transport system the state government owns or manages, including major roads, freeways and highways, bus services and train lines.

The Walking and Pedestrian Network is the second transport mode to be explored as part of Phase One of the Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan.



The City of Ballarat is looking for ideas from the community to make walking safer and more pleasant across the city. The current rates of walking in Ballarat are low, but there is significant scope to improve this situation and feedback from the community will play a significant role in understanding and addressing the barriers to walking.

View the Walking and Pedestrian Network discussion paper and Walking Framework Plan on the right hand side under 'Documents'.



Each discussion paper explores the opportunities and challenges of each mode of transport across Ballarat’s current network, including:

  • Ballarat Cycling Action Plan 2017 (complete)
  • Rail network (complete)
  • Walking and pedestrian network (open for feedback)
  • Local Public Transit network (coming soon)
  • Roads, Streetscapes and Vehicles (coming soon)
  • Aviation (coming soon)

Following feedback from the community on each of the discussion papers, the City of Ballarat will release the Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan.

To give your feedback, drop a pin on the map to highlight areas you enjoy walking or on areas you think needs improving.

Your ideas and feedback will contribute to the Ballarat Integrated Transport Plan to build a more walkable and accessible Ballarat.

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Walking and Pedestrian Network - Feedback Map

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Do you know locations which are good to walk? Maybe you know locations which need improvement? 

Drop a pin on the map below and let us know. Remember to let us know what is or isn't working well in that location and what you would like to see. 

Do you know locations which are good to walk? Maybe you know locations which need improvement? 

Drop a pin on the map below and let us know. Remember to let us know what is or isn't working well in that location and what you would like to see.