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Walking and Cycling

Providing for all ages and abilities

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MRCagney provides walking and cycling expertise to clients in Australia and New Zealand across a wide range of projects and environments. We seek to give people of all ages and abilities safe and attractive options to walk and cycle for their daily transport needs.

Our work builds on a vision that infrastructure for walking and cycling should provide viable, comfortable, and efficient alternatives to trips taken by private vehicle or public transport.

Key areas include:

  • Street design guidance
  • Standards development
  • Planning and designing walking and cycling facilities
  • Cycleway network design
  • Multimodal integration of walking and cycling infrastructure with public transport
  • Pedestrian planning and design
  • Pedestrian modelling
  • Campus transport planning and design
  • Industry training in cycleway design
  • Workshops with clients and communities to provide insight into walking and cycling options.

The walking and cycling team works on projects in interdisciplinary teams that include urban planners and designers, transport and transit planners, spatial analysts, economists and policy makers. We take pride in working with communities and clients to develop high quality walking and cycling facilities that give people the opportunity to get active as a part of meeting their everyday transport needs. 

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