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Griffin transport plan connecting community

By Chloe Boswell

Griffin will go green over the next decade and beyond with a series of new eco-link boardwalks and pathways connecting the suburb’s recreation areas and environmental attractions.

Mayor Peter Flannery says Council voted in favour of developing a new Active Transport Network Plan for Griffin to enable safe, active transport and enhance liveability.

“Residents will be able to walk from the North Pine River via a boardwalk, to the shiny new Griffin Sports Complex once it’s finished, and back home again,” he says.

“This plan maps out a series of practical solutions to connect the suburb’s residential areas to its existing amenities and emerging facilities.”

Mayor Flannery says with developments in Griffin such as the new sports complex, the Henry Rd upgrade and the future North-South Urban Arterial upgrade, it is important to plan for future travel in and around the suburb.

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