Commuter Cycling Network

Council is constructing a 51km network of dedicated cycle paths which when complete will criss-cross the city and provide residents with a safe, alternative transport option for commuting.

The $12.81M project includes five complete cycling networks which will link the outer suburbs with the central business area and end-of-trip facilities.

Dedicated city-wide cycling and sporting facilities are designed to improve health outcomes, enhance the liveability of the city, as well as attract new visitors to the city for sporting and recreational opportunities.

The project budget is $12.81M with the NSW Government contributing $11.35M to be matched by $1.45M from Council.

Cycling infrastructure is consistently identified as a priority by the community and was one of the most frequently raised topics in the development of the Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy.

Council is constructing a 51km network of dedicated cycle paths which when complete will criss-cross the city and provide residents with a safe, alternative transport option for commuting.

The $12.81M project includes five complete cycling networks which will link the outer suburbs with the central business area and end-of-trip facilities.

Dedicated city-wide cycling and sporting facilities are designed to improve health outcomes, enhance the liveability of the city, as well as attract new visitors to the city for sporting and recreational opportunities.

The project budget is $12.81M with the NSW Government contributing $11.35M to be matched by $1.45M from Council.

Cycling infrastructure is consistently identified as a priority by the community and was one of the most frequently raised topics in the development of the Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy.

  • Council has received funding to build end-of-trip facilities as part of the Commuter Cycling Network project. 

    One facility will be located at the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre in Morgan St. It will include CCTV, security lighting, wall-mounted bike racks, steel bike lockers and an electronic access system. After parking at the facility users can nominate to use the change rooms at the Oasis to freshen up ahead of a day's work.

    We are seeking input from the community as to the best location for a second facility, and what these facilities should be. The survey closes on 26 August,

    Council has received funding to build end-of-trip facilities as part of the Commuter Cycling Network project. 

    One facility will be located at the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre in Morgan St. It will include CCTV, security lighting, wall-mounted bike racks, steel bike lockers and an electronic access system. After parking at the facility users can nominate to use the change rooms at the Oasis to freshen up ahead of a day's work.

    We are seeking input from the community as to the best location for a second facility, and what these facilities should be. The survey closes on 26 August, 2019. Thank you for your input and interest in the project.

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    Let us know how you currently use shared paths around the city.

    Let us know how you currently use shared paths around the city.

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    Council has developed preliminary designs for 10 cycling links that form five strategic cycle networks linking Wagga Wagga's outer suburbs with the CBD.

    Please review the revised proposal for routes document and leave a comment in which section or sections are of interest to you.

    For example, considerations may include feedback on visibility, safety, practicality or traffic concerns.

    Your feedback will be collated and considered as the designs are finalised.


    Council has developed preliminary designs for 10 cycling links that form five strategic cycle networks linking Wagga Wagga's outer suburbs with the CBD.

    Please review the revised proposal for routes document and leave a comment in which section or sections are of interest to you.

    For example, considerations may include feedback on visibility, safety, practicality or traffic concerns.

    Your feedback will be collated and considered as the designs are finalised.

    Take Survey