Box Hill to Hawthorn Shared Use Path

We’re undertaking a feasibility study to identify route options for a cycling and walking path from Box Hill to Hawthorn

Project Background

This feasibility study will involve a range of investigations to identify route options for a walking and cycling link from Box Hill to Hawthorn, as part of the Melbourne CBD to Croydon safer cycling corridor.

About the project

This feasibility study will: 

  • Identify route options for a cycling and walking link between Box Hill and Hawthorn
  • Identify route options that will link the ten railway stations between Box Hill and Hawthorn
  • Identify route options to provide connections to other bicycle routes to the north and south and activity centres along the route
  • Work with other agencies (local councils, rail) to ensure route options integrate well into existing and future infrastructure

As part of this feasibility study, we’re undertaking a number of technical investigations including:

  • Issue identification and assessment
  • Identification of land use requirements and planning
  • Identification of options and assessment
  • Cultural heritage and ecology analysis 

Project Benefits

This feasibility study will identify options for a new cycling and walking link between Box Hill and Hawthorn, that will ultimately provide a range of benefits to local communities, including: 

  • Safer places to walk and ride
  • Safer and easier ways to walk and ride to get to the train
  • Safer ways to walk and ride to local places such as shops, business and schools .

Get in Touch

While our project team will be working on technical investigations in the coming months, we welcome you’re interest. 

If you have a question or would like to provide us with information, please get in touch:
Email[email protected] 

 
 
 

 

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