Council is committed to a $22m Capital Work Program this financial year.
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'Active transport' is about walking or cycling and other physically active ways of travelling instead of relying on the motor car. Devonport has released two new strategies to plan and deliver Active Transport Infrastructure for the City. Devonport City Council recognises that many in our community rely on riding or walking as their main option for transport and we are planning pathways that allow everyone to be included in the life and work of the community. The Spreyton Pathway is a great example. The Active Transport Project encourages the community to consider sustainable and healthy choices of transport.
The first stage of the Spreyton Pathway (completed April 2012) links Quoiba to the City via a 2.1km pathway. Following the foreshore, then adjacent to the railway line through Finlaysons Way the 3.0m wide path connects onto the Formby Road Pathway leading into the City.