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Bourke Street Separated Cycleway

The City of Sydney adopted the Cycle Strategy and Action Plan 2007-2017. The strategy’s aim is to increase cycling by 500 per cent in the city, by providing the infrastructure to make cycling a more attractive choice. The Bourke Street bicycle route is an early part of the city’s strategy to increase the cycling network to almost 200 kilometres. This includes 55 kilometres of separated cycle lanes and approximately 145 kilometres of cycleways, dedicated cycle lanes and shared zones.

The Bourke Street project runs from Cowper Wharf Roadway, Woolloomooloo to Elizabeth Street, and will provide a 4.3km north/south bicycle corridor through Sydney’s inner east. GTA is the lead consultant with three other core project team members, including Sustainable Transport Consultants, POD Landscape Architects and Northrop Engineers. The core team is supported by specialist sub-consultants for disability access and lighting in an as-required basis.

GTA Consultants prepared the following plans for the Bourke Street project:

  • Preparation of Signs and Line Marking Plans for Tender, Bourke St Stage 1
  • Preparation of Signs and Line Marking Plans Specifications, Bourke St Stage 1 (Incorporated in Northrop “For Construction” Specification Documents)
  • Preparation of Signs and Line Marking Plans for Construction, Bourke St Stage 1
  • Preparation of Signs and Line Marking Plans for Tender, Bourke Street Stage 2
  • Preparation of Signs and Line Marking Plans Specifications, Bourke St Stage 2 (Incorporated in Northrop for Construction Specification Documents)
  • Preparation of Signs and Line Marking Plans for Construction, Bourke St Stage 2.

Client // City of Sydney

GTA Office // Sydney

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