[CAMWEST-discuss] Closed cycleway - South street Rydalmere
jonhol2 at netscape.net
jonhol2 at netscape.net
Tue Sep 25 10:09:19 UTC 2007
?????? it is my understanding that what council has told you is the case. Apparently Rheem donated the strip of land & when the transfer was to take place, it appears that they did not actually own it. There had been some discrepancy in the original deed many years ago & therein lies the problem. It affects me every day I ride as it forces me out into Rydalmere at a similar time as every one else wants to get home & leads to some interesting rides at times. There doesn't appear to be too much activity, although my hopes were raised recently when the path was cleaned.
Add this one to the closure of the cycleway along the T-Way & you can get some idea of the priorities that cyclists generate in the area.
I have been trying to get to a Parramatta Cycleways meeting for a while now & every time, something else comes up to ensure I cannot get there. Parramatta City Council have appointed a cycling person & her name appears in another post on this forum, perhaps some contact with her directly may have some influence.
"if we don't change direction, we will end up where we are headed"
From: David and Joanne Hogg <djhogg at bigpond.net.au>
To: camwest-discuss at nicku.org
Sent: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 8:39 pm
Subject: [CAMWEST-discuss] Closed cycleway - South street Rydalmere
I haven't used this forum so I don't really know how it works.
Anyway, I have observed that Parramatta council have built a short section of cycleway that joins the western end of South Street Rydalmere with the UWS campus cycleway. The South street cycleway includes a new bridge so it is an expensive short section but will offer a safe alternative to Victoria road. All the works have been completed for at least a year, perhaps longer, but have been fenced off. The result is that people still need to use the footpath on Victoria Road to get to the UWS campus.
I rang Parramatta Council about this today and they said it was simply an issue of getting the solicitors from the council and the Rheem factory (owners of some of the land) to finalise some paperwork.?Apparently it has been at this stage for a very long time.
I was wondering if CAMWEST had tried to exert some influence to accelerate the opening? If not could this be done? I had thought about writing to Council but I expect a cycling association would have better leverage.
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