Update September 10, 2021 – WCC Traffic Committee has approved the plans for the two bike paths between Chatswood and St Leonards.
- runs alongside the Pacific Highway from Chatswood to St Leonards
2. runs alongside Hampden Rd, through the Artarmon local centre and then runs along Herbert St to St Leonards.
APA still has concerns about the route through the Village along Hampden Rd: Impact of proposed new traffic lights at Brand St on traffic flows, No detail of the bike path through Artarmon Village and how the interaction with parked cars, pedestrians would be managed. Removal of pedestrian refuge near Cleland Park, Loss of the turns into Cleg St westbound from Herbert St. We encourage members to make their views known to Council.
June 24, 2021 – The Chatswood to St Leonards Bicycle Route via the Pacific Highway Share path draft plans are available HERE. After feedback from the community the Artarmon Progress Association has submitted a response generally supporting the plans. The submission can be seen HERE.
The Chatswood to St Leonards Bicycle Route via Artarmon Local Centre plans can be seen HERE. The section of the bicycle route through the Artarmon business centre is now part of the Artarmon Local Centre Public Domain Master Plan. The APA submission can be seen HERE.
May 24, 2021 – Chatswood to St Leonards via Pacific Highway Share Path Draft Detailed Design Plans – Webinar Tuesday 25th May 2021. Chatswood to St Leonards Bicycle Route Improvement Draft Detailed Design Plans – Webinar Thursday 27th May 2021.
July 25, 2020 – Community consultation on the bicycle route from Chatswood to St Leonards via the Artarmon Local Centre recently closed. The concept design for bike facilities through the Artarmon Local Centre on Hampden Road between Brand Street and Jersey Road was excised from the Plan and will be consulted on separately as part of the public domain improvements in the Artarmon Local Centre. Other bike routes via the rail corridor and adjoining the Pacific Highway will be consulted on separately. More information can be found HERE. The Artarmon Progress Association (APA) submission can be viewed in the June 24 post.