Three metre wide, shared concrete paths.
Windsor Crossings with bicycle/pedestrian
lanterns at all signalised intersections.
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Landscaping along the length of the cycleway.
Clear signposting and markings.
Bicycle parking and storage facilities at transport
interchanges and other major community facilities.
Lighting at all major intersections along the route.
VINEYARD STATION Box Hill
SWIMMING POOL S
Riverstone AD FUTURE
D ROUSE HILL
F IEL REGIONAL PARK
S ROUSE HILL
S S AD
ROUSE HILL RO
RIVERSTONE STATION S REGIONAL EE
NG PARK MIL
G UN COMMERCIAL ROAD
OAD NETBALL RESERVE
ROA ROUSE HILL
O FIE REGIONAL
SC H CENTRE
KEY SCHOFIELDS STATION
PARRAMATTA TO WINDSOR OFF-ROAD Kellyville
CYCLEWAY FOR COMPLETION BY 2006
GOLF DRIVING RANGE
ADDITIONAL OFF-ROAD CYCLEWAY BURDEKIN
Stanhope Gardens E S
FACILITIES TO BE COMPLETED BY 2006 ENU
AS PART OF THE ALL THE WAY TO S OAD
LEISURE NS R
WINSDOR UPGRADE S
PARKLEA T SHO
PLANNED WINDSOR FLOOD EVACUATION ROUTE D
Quakers Hill MARKETS RAL
UA VEN BUSINESS PARK
K E RS HILL PA
R K WAY M IA
QUAKERS HILL STATION ND
S E BRA
SWIMMING POOL Acacia Gardens Glenwood
MEURANTS SOCCER LEV
WEST S S
HOSPITAL Bella Vista S GH
PA R K
S SWIMMING POOL
MARAYONG STATION E
RO RO S
SHOPPING CENTRE Kings Langley DA
S OLD N ORTHERN
Lalor Park S
PLANNED WESTERN SYDNEY ORBITAL LUCAS ROAD
S RO S
EN Baulkham Hills
SE ABBOT S
Work progress S M2
S Seven Hills GOLF
BLACKTOWN STATION RANGE
The 30 kilometre cycleway will start at the T
SEVEN HILLS STATION INDUSTRIAL AREA M2
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north-west corner of the intersection of Church M AIN
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and Argyle streets at Parramatta and continue to BARN
Macquarie Street at Windsor. Toongabbie LD
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Sections to be completed by the end of 2003 are: TOONGABBIE STATION S
MERS R OAD
S AD HAM Parramatta
A 6 km section from Celebration Drive at S HW
S Old Toongabbie LA
Glenwood to Mile End Road at Rouse Hill. ER
A 3 km section from Level Crossing Road at S
Vineyard to Pitt Town Road at McGraths Hill. PENDLE HILL STATION
The remaining sections of the cycleway will be
S PARRAMATTA S
completed in stages until the end of 2006. WENTWORTHVILLE
T WEST Westmead PARRAMATTA
South Mays Hill S
PA R R A M AT TA T O W I N D S O R O F F - R O A D C Y C L E W AY A L L T H E WAY TO W I N D S O R
Parramatta to Windsor off-road cycleway Benefits
The cycleway will provide major benefits for
local communities by creating:
The Roads and Traffic Authority is currently building a high-quality, off-road, shared bicycle Easier and more convenient access to
and pedestrian path between Parramatta and Windsor. The shared path is part of the current employment centres, recreational venues and
$323 million All the Way to Windsor upgrade of Windsor and Old Windsor roads, and the Improvements to local infrastructure through
proposed Parramatta to Rouse Hill T-way. Both projects are due for completion by the end of 2006. the addition of a high-quality, shared path.
Opportunities for healthy leisure and
This purpose-built path will form a complete route PROPOSED CYCLEWAY NETWORK A dedicated cycling and pedestrian corridor.
connecting Parramatta to Windsor and Sydney’s rapidly
growing north-west. Windsor Benefits for cyclists
The Parramatta to Windsor cycleway will form a strategic Improved opportunity to cycle as an alternative
link to employment and education centres, shops, form of transport.
recreational venues and transport interchanges.
Improved safety through off-road cycle facilities.
It will connect with other local bicycle and pedestrian Rouse Hill
Improved access to employment,
networks currently being developed by Parramatta, Castle Hill recreational facilities and public transport.
Baulkham Hills, Blacktown and Hawkesbury councils, and Blacktown
Improved security for bicycles and
to facilities in new residential subdivisions along the
Chatswood belongings with the installation of parking
Windsor Road corridor. The cycleway will also connect
Parramatta Ryde and storage facilities at selected locations.
with existing and future networks including the:
Richmond/Windsor sub-regional bicycle network. SYDNEY Benefits for pedestrians
Parramatta to Liverpool Rail Trail.
Opportunity to walk as an alternative form
Parramatta to Homebush Bay Cycleway. Bankstown
of transport for short journeys.
Blacktown to Castle Hill T-way Cycleway. Improved pedestrian safety.
Prospect to Blacktown Cycleway. Windsor – Parramatta Western Sydney Orbital Improved access to major recreational facilities.
Blacktown – Castle Hill Fairfield – Bankstown
40km Western Sydney Orbital Cycleway. Improved access to public transport links.
Prospect – Blacktown Parramatta to Liverpool Rail Trail
31km Liverpool to Parramatta T-way Cycleway. Fairfield – Homebush Bay Parramatta – Homebush Bay
Liverpool – Parramatta T-way Cycleway
ALL THE WAY TO WINDSOR
Action for Bikes – BikePlan 2010 Heritage and environment
The State Government’s Action for Bikes – BikePlan 2010 The Old Windsor Road and Windsor Road route was built
has committed $251 million over 10 years for the creation in the 1790s and sections still retain much of their original
of cycleways across NSW. An average 200 kilometres of heritage value. The Parramatta to Windsor off-road cycleway
accessible, safe cycling networks will be built across NSW will provide bicycle and pedestrian access to the heritage
per year as part of the plan. areas of Windsor and Rouse Hill, such as Rouse Hill Estate and
The NSW Government is committed to providing for Rouse Hill Regional Park. It will also provide opportunities for
bicycles in all new major road projects with a strong cyclists and pedestrians to explore the area’s rural setting.
preference for off-road cycling. By 2010 in metropolitan The purpose-built cycleway will be a valuable addition to the
Sydney alone, 420 kilometres of major off-road cycleways local area, enhancing the region’s recreational and heritage assets.
and 214 kilometres of major links on residential streets
will have been built. For further information write to:
By creating accessible, safe cycling networks across NSW Windsor Road Cycleway
and promoting the many benefits of cycling to both RTA Sydney Client Services
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