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Margate to Huntingfield Shared Path Feasibility Study
The Tasmanian Government, along with Kingborough Council, is funding a feasibility study to help identify a preferred route for a proposed shared pathway. As a feasibility study, the aim is to consider the strengths and weaknesses of the proposal.
The pathway would connect the suburbs of Margate and Huntingfield. The proposed path would improve access and connection with existing off-road paths and encourage active transport in the area, by providing an alternative to the Channel Highway as a route between Margate and Huntingfield.
We have selected a potential route after considering key stakeholder, environmental, engineering and cost issues. We would like to get your views on the route and its features.
You can show your preferences by liking or disliking on the features noted in the blue information markers
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