Wollongong pedestrian plan is long on strategy, but people are choosing to drive

By Ben Langford
Updated December 29 2017 - 12:04pm, first published 9:00am
LONG ROAD: Pedestrians have been telling Wollongong City Council to prioritise footpaths each time they have been asked. Picture: ADAM McLEAN.
LONG ROAD: Pedestrians have been telling Wollongong City Council to prioritise footpaths each time they have been asked. Picture: ADAM McLEAN.

Proper walking routes to school, and better access to paths for people with disabilities, are what Wollongong’s pedestrians need, residents have told council.

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