Cooks to Cove Green Way: McGregor Coxall August 2018
The Cooks to Cove GreenWay was first conceptualised more than fifteen years ago by enthusiastic local community advocates who saw the potential for an environmental, cultural and sustainable
transport corridor, including active (non-motorised) transport and public transport (light rail) along the route of the former Dulwich Hill Goods Line. Since its first conception, the idea has evolved into a clear vision for: “A recognisable environmental, cultural and nonmotorized transport corridor linking the sub catchments of two of Sydney’s most important waterways” This Master Plan represents a significant step forward for the Cooks to Cove GreenWay. For the first time in its history, there is significant funding available to build the physical infrastructure of the GreenWay. At this point in time, the Master Plan has a key role to play in setting out how this funding should be allocated, what should be delivered and how it should be implemented.