Green Square to Randwick cycle connection

We're inviting you to have your say on the Green Square to Randwick cycle link. The project will create key cycling and walking opportunities for people of all ages and abilities as part of the Randwick to Marrickville regional cycle route. It will also provide more space for people to walk and ride on Joynton Avenue and Epsom Road.

The Green Square town centre will feature a network of new streets and cycleways for residents and visitors to walk or ride easily through the area.

The proposed works will improve safety and connections for people to ride to travel to and from work or just for fun and fitness, and encourage more people to walk and ride.

The works will:

  • improve safety and accessibility for people riding bikes and walking
  • complement redevelopment of sites along the route
  • integrate the cycleway with the new Epsom and Link Road intersection
  • integrate bus stops
  • minimise the impact on existing street trees
  • plant new trees, shrubs and grasses.

Active transport is a top priority in Sydney’s fastest growing urban precinct. We’re building more cycling routes in Green Square than in any other part of Sydney, with cycling links coming from four directions into the town centre. We'd love your feedback on the proposed works.

The exhibition of the Green Square to Randwick cycle connection concept design is now closed. Thanks to everyone who had their say.

We're inviting you to have your say on the Green Square to Randwick cycle link. The project will create key cycling and walking opportunities for people of all ages and abilities as part of the Randwick to Marrickville regional cycle route. It will also provide more space for people to walk and ride on Joynton Avenue and Epsom Road.

The Green Square town centre will feature a network of new streets and cycleways for residents and visitors to walk or ride easily through the area.

The proposed works will improve safety and connections for people to ride to travel to and from work or just for fun and fitness, and encourage more people to walk and ride.

The works will:

  • improve safety and accessibility for people riding bikes and walking
  • complement redevelopment of sites along the route
  • integrate the cycleway with the new Epsom and Link Road intersection
  • integrate bus stops
  • minimise the impact on existing street trees
  • plant new trees, shrubs and grasses.

Active transport is a top priority in Sydney’s fastest growing urban precinct. We’re building more cycling routes in Green Square than in any other part of Sydney, with cycling links coming from four directions into the town centre. We'd love your feedback on the proposed works.

The exhibition of the Green Square to Randwick cycle connection concept design is now closed. Thanks to everyone who had their say.