Greenvale to Attwood Shared Path Project

Background

Hume City Council is planning to redevelop the shared path along the Melbourne Water Pipe Track between Greenvale and Attwood.

Works will include:

  • Replacing the existing asphalt path between Dorset Drive and Erinbank Crescent with a new three-metre wide concrete shared path
  • Constructing a new three-metre wide concrete shared path between Erinbank Crescent and Kenny Street
  • Line marking and signage.

This project will provide local residents, walkers, and cyclists with approximately 1.6km of new sealed shared paths.

Construction is anticipated to commence in 2023.

Council is seeking feedback on how you and your family might use this shared path in future. This will help us plan future infrastructure that supports walking and cycling in the area.

The shared path is located on land owned by Melbourne Water and Council has received conditional approval to construct the shared path.

Significant infrastructure belonging to Melbourne Water is located within the pipe track reserve, so there are limitations on what can be constructed in this space. The project will not include lighting, seating, drinking fountains or tree planting.

Further advice regarding construction timing will be distributed to residents adjacent to the Pipe Track once the construction period is confirmed.

How to participate

Help us understand what infrastructure you need by giving feedback. Closes on Sunday 9 October 2022 :

fill out an online survey
email the team
phone 03 9205 2200

Background

Hume City Council is planning to redevelop the shared path along the Melbourne Water Pipe Track between Greenvale and Attwood.

Works will include:

  • Replacing the existing asphalt path between Dorset Drive and Erinbank Crescent with a new three-metre wide concrete shared path
  • Constructing a new three-metre wide concrete shared path between Erinbank Crescent and Kenny Street
  • Line marking and signage.

This project will provide local residents, walkers, and cyclists with approximately 1.6km of new sealed shared paths.

Construction is anticipated to commence in 2023.

Council is seeking feedback on how you and your family might use this shared path in future. This will help us plan future infrastructure that supports walking and cycling in the area.

The shared path is located on land owned by Melbourne Water and Council has received conditional approval to construct the shared path.

Significant infrastructure belonging to Melbourne Water is located within the pipe track reserve, so there are limitations on what can be constructed in this space. The project will not include lighting, seating, drinking fountains or tree planting.

Further advice regarding construction timing will be distributed to residents adjacent to the Pipe Track once the construction period is confirmed.

How to participate

Help us understand what infrastructure you need by giving feedback. Closes on Sunday 9 October 2022 :

fill out an online survey
email the team
phone 03 9205 2200
Page published: 16 Sep 2022, 08:47 AM