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Darwin’s pathway network is approximately 518km long, including shared paths, footpaths within the verge and paths within parks.

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Footpaths 

The footpath network is constructed throughout the municipality to provide appropriate pedestrian linkages to properties and public and private facilities. The Footpath Policy outlines our position to have a minimum of one footpath on every street in Darwin.

We continue to implement an ongoing program to provide a connected path network throughout Darwin.

 

Completed Works 2019/20

Street Suburb Works Status
Hudson Fysh Avenue Parap Upgrade Completed
Weedon Street Wanguri Removal Completed
Termansen Street Moil Removal Completed
Stoddart Drive Bayview New/Upgrade Completed
Albion Court Anula New Completed
Garr Street Moil Upgrade Completed
Graham Street Stuart Park New Completed

Footpath Program 2020/21

2020/21 Program coming soon...

Please see our Streets and Roads - Footpath Maintenance page for information on footpath maintenance and how to report an issue.

Shared Paths

We maintain and construct shared paths throughout the municipality to provide an accessible and connected pedestrian and cycle network which benefits commuter and recreational users.

Each year, there is a program of works to construct new or replace existing shared paths, install complementary facilities such as bicycle racks and wayfinding signage as well as undertake educational, encouragement and evaluation activities to encourage people to use this mode of transport as an alternative to vehicles.

Current

Street Suburb Status
Dick Ward Drive/Sunset Drive Roundabout Nightcliff Scheduled for Completion - June 2020
Ross Smith Avenue - Between Elizabeth Street and Keith Lane (Fannie Bay Cool Spot) Fannie Bay Scheduled for Completion - June 2020

 

Walkways

We are committed to maintaining and improving the existing network of walkways across the municipality to ensure accessibility and amenity for the community. Walkways allow connectivity of public spaces and facilitation of an active form of travel.

Current

Street Status
Tiwi Gardens to Dorisvale Park (Two Walkways) Scheduled for Completion - June 2020

To find out more information on our walkway maintenance you can visit the Streets and Roads - Walkways page.

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