The narrow asphalt shared path along Trinity Row at Bulli Beach is set for a makeover from Wollongong City Council, with plans for a new four-metre-wide shared pathway currently on public exhibition.
The plans are in response to community feedback and requests for Council to look at opportunities to improve this very popular stretch along the waterfront.
Wollongong City Lord Mayor Councillor Gordon Bradbery said that the current infrastructure is no longer fit for purpose and the proposed works will reduce congestion and provide more space for people to enjoy this area.
“We know how special this stretch of the coast is to locals and visitors alike – it has always been popular, and we’ve only seen this popularity grow throughout COVID and then across summer,’’ Cr Bradbery said.
These works are scheduled to begin in mid-2023. Full details on planned works are available on Council’s website.
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