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City of Canterbury Bankstown is creating safer streets for pedestrians and drivers, with a number of upgrades set to improve how locals get around.
In an annual review of the condition of Council assets, Council earmarked more than 100 footpath, road and bridge upgrades to commence this financial year.
Inspecting several of the projects across the City, Mayor Bilal El-Hayek said Council is committed to not only maintaining but improving Canterbury-Bankstown’s huge 900 plus kilometre road network.
“Whether you’re walking, cycling, driving or catching public transport, these upgrades are aimed at making travelling around our City easier and safer,” Mayor El-Hayek said.
“The safety of our community is first and foremost.”
Works begun in May 2023 include:
As part of Council’s draft Operational Plan for 2023/24, Council is proposing to spend $57.2 million on capital works across the City, including $11 million on road, car park, bridge and traffic upgrades.
To stay up to date on Council’s works and projects, visit cb.city/Projects
31/05/2023 9:39 AM