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2021 MELBOURNE PEDESTRIAN SAFETY SURVEY

In 2020, as people stayed home during lockdown, our streets carried much fewer cars. Walking, cycling and scooting around our neighbourhoods became even more popular.

While the Council and Government has done some good things to make our streets safer for people riding and walking, there’s a lot more we could do.

Please take my short, 5 minute survey to help me identify the main safety concerns and black-spots on streets in the Melbourne electorate, so we can make walking, cycling and scooting to school, work and around our neighbourhoods safer.

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