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Principal Pedestrian Network

A Principal Pedestrian Network (PPN) is a strategic network of pedestrian routes that encourage walking for transport.

About the Network

A PPN is designed to encourage walking by providing a comfortable and enjoyable walking environment. This may include:

  • generous footpaths
  • shade and weather protection
  • seating
  • priority over other transport modes at intersections.

Paths must also be:

  • safe
  • convenient
  • attractive
  • clearly signposted.

The key goal of a PPN is to increase walking trips. Greater levels of walking participation is a major objective of Knox Council to build a healthier, more inclusive and safer city.

We also use the PPN as a guide for future investigations and infrastructure upgrades to key connections across the City.

Read the Principal Pedestrian Network

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Or call our Transport team on 9298 8000.


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