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The City of Greater Geelong and the State Government are working together as the Revitalising Central Geelong (RCG) partnership to plan and deliver projects identified in the RCG Action Plan.
One goal of the RCG Action Plan is to create gateways into the city for workers, residents, students and visitors.
The Arrival Indicators project has identified several key entrances into central Geelong that will soon be home to improved streetscapes, new art and design. Through the project, access to and navigation around central Geelong will be vastly improved.
The project identified several key entrances for treatment works. Bellerine (Lt Malop intersection) upgrade design supports and compliments recent installation of the pedestrian crossing and future Green Spine works.
This project is being delivered as part of the $382.48 million Geelong City Deal, a collaborative project to transform Geelong and the Great Ocean Road by the Australian Government, Victorian Government, City of Greater Geelong and Revitalising Central Geelong.
The improvements will deliver:
- a new wombat crossing that links with the existing one on Bellarine St
- more trees/ground cover planting
- pedestrian pause points with seating
- public art and/or integrated signage
The project will ultimately enhance the public realm and facilitate wayfinding.
We are now seeking your feedback on the concept design.
Please review the plans in the document library to the right of the page. After you have reviewed the proposed designs, please provide your feedback through the online survey below.
Thank you for your interest.
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