The City of Whittlesea is developing an Integrated Transport Plan (ITP) to guide transport planning and advocacy in the City of Whittlesea over the next 10 years. The plan will give our community greater choice in how they move around and will include active transport (including walking and cycling), roads, public transport, freight movements and road safety.

The Integrated Transport Plan will aim to guide the future development and expansion of the municipality’s transport network in a manner which is efficient, equitable, safe, sustainable and accessible.


Strategic objectives

The following offers a set of strategic objectives intended to guide Council as it embarks on the developed of our new ITP. More detail about these strategic objectives can be found in the Directions Paper.

Have your say.

There are multiple ways you can have your say on the Integrated Transport Plan.

  • Read the Background Paper and the Directions Paper. Then provide your feedback in a short survey below..
  • Place markers on the map below to let us know what you like or what can be improved about our main modes of transport or urban design/amenity.

Following community consultation, feedback will be used to help inform the draft Integrated Transport Plan.