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Making the Bay Trail Safer

Middle Brighton Baths

Council is currently looking to upgrade the portion of the Bay Trail around the Middle Brighton Baths. Community was consulted in November 2017 on the concept design to establish a dedicated cycling path at Middle Brighton Baths that will separate pedestrians and cyclists. Click here to view the concept design.

At the December 2017 Ordinary Meeting of Council, Council approved the duplication of the Bay Trail within this high risk area.

Next Steps:

  • Community feedback has been collated and will be fed into the design
  • Detailed design work will commence in early 2018
  • Construction on the duplication of the Bay Trail at Middle Brighton Baths is due to commence mid 2018


About the Project

The Bay Trail is a shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians which follows the coastline of Port Phillip Bay through the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

The number of pedestrians and cyclists currently using the Bayside portion of the Trail exceeds safe design capacity in several locations. As the number of people using the trail is expected to increase significantly with a growing population, Council plans to address these safety issues and make changes over the next four years using a phased approach.

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Middle Brighton Baths

Council is currently looking to upgrade the portion of the Bay Trail around the Middle Brighton Baths. Community was consulted in November 2017 on the concept design to establish a dedicated cycling path at Middle Brighton Baths that will separate pedestrians and cyclists. Click here to view the concept design.

At the December 2017 Ordinary Meeting of Council, Council approved the duplication of the Bay Trail within this high risk area.

Next Steps:

  • Community feedback has been collated and will be fed into the design
  • Detailed design work will commence in early 2018
  • Construction on the duplication of the Bay Trail at Middle Brighton Baths is due to commence mid 2018


About the Project

The Bay Trail is a shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians which follows the coastline of Port Phillip Bay through the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

The number of pedestrians and cyclists currently using the Bayside portion of the Trail exceeds safe design capacity in several locations. As the number of people using the trail is expected to increase significantly with a growing population, Council plans to address these safety issues and make changes over the next four years using a phased approach.

More Information


  • First Upgrade to Bay Trail Complete

    4 months ago
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    The first section of the Bay Trail to undergo upgrades was opened last week.

    Cyclists and pedestrians now have dedicated paths between Sandown St and Bay St in Brighton.

    “Bayside has allocated more than $2.2 million in the 2017-18 budget for footpath and bike path improvements,” said Cr del Porto. This follows more than $1.2 million in upgrades over the past 6 years.

    “Giving people a convenient alternative to dealing with traffic congestion is very important for the health of our city. Our wellbeing as individuals and as a community is enhanced by getting outside, putting on a helmet and...

    The first section of the Bay Trail to undergo upgrades was opened last week.

    Cyclists and pedestrians now have dedicated paths between Sandown St and Bay St in Brighton.

    “Bayside has allocated more than $2.2 million in the 2017-18 budget for footpath and bike path improvements,” said Cr del Porto. This follows more than $1.2 million in upgrades over the past 6 years.

    “Giving people a convenient alternative to dealing with traffic congestion is very important for the health of our city. Our wellbeing as individuals and as a community is enhanced by getting outside, putting on a helmet and enjoying the wonderful Bayside outdoors,” said Cr del Porto.

    Council consulted with the community on safety upgrades to this portion of the Bay Trail in early 2017. Review the community engagement summary here.