Development on Breen Ave going for walks route slowed due to COVID-19 constraints

THE completion of the Breen Ave area of the Kyabram Going for walks and Cycling

THE completion of the Breen Ave area of the Kyabram Going for walks and Cycling Path is continue to up in the air, with approvals however to be acquired from VicTrack.

The past segment of the well-liked route – which also runs alongside Lake Rd, South Boundary Rd and Cooma Rd – incorporates an 1800 m area along Breen Ave.

The remaining stage will near the loop and take out the want for residents to use the active roadway.

Campaspe Shire Council General Manager infrastructure Jason Deller stated the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was just one of the key motives why the application’s progress experienced been slowed.

“The part of path on Breen Ave requires acceptance from VicTrack, as the land is owned and managed by them,” he reported.

“While VicTrack has state-of-the-art the software, we have been encouraged it is now with V/Line and the Department of Transport for remark.”

Dr Deller explained council experienced been recommended that with the present-day backlog of numerous hundred related tasks, it was hard to supply a timeframe for any approvals.

“Until approvals are obtained, we are not able to progress preliminary layouts as any acceptance may well require improvements to style and design,” he mentioned.

“We take pleasure in the large local community fascination in this project, specifically with going for walks and cycling increasing across the past yr with COVID limitations. After even more details is obtained, we will update the Kyabram group.”

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