Tasmania | Regional
Authors: Dr Jerome Rachele, Julianna Rozek, Dr Karen Villanueva, Dr Lucy Gunn, Professor Billie Giles-Corti.
Good movement networks allow people to travel safely and conveniently between home, work, school and other important destinations within and between neighbourhoods.
Good practice means providing movement networks that:
A movement network is the interconnected system of streets, roads and paths that accommodates pedestrians and cyclists, on-road public transport, emergency and private vehicles. A movement network connects places and activities, and allows people and goods to reach their intended destinations and to access private land.
Connectivity describes how easy it is to move between locations, such as home and work, along the movement network. Good movement networks are highly connected, with lots of links between origins and destinations.