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Canterbury-Bankstown has re-vamped some of its footpaths to help improve accessibility for pedestrians as they pave their way throughout the City.
Nine footpaths from Campsie to Revesby, Georges Hall to Ashbury were upgraded as part of Council’s $180,000 Pedestrian Access Mobility Program.
The upgrades included:
Canterbury-Bankstown Mayor Khal Asfour said the annual program makes things a little easier for residents who may have difficulties getting around the City.
“The community has been asking for a more walkable City, and these upgrades are a step forward to achieving that goal,” Mayor Asfour said.
“This is just another way of making our City more accessible for all.”
Footpaths were upgraded at the intersections of:
For more information on other great local projects, visit cb.city/projects
16/12/2021 8:16 AM