The study is being managed by Latrobe City Council. It has engaged CPG Australia to assist in preparing the Feasibility Study. Latrobe City Council has also established a Project Management Group, which will include both Latrobe City Council officers and external stakeholders. Specific details for the Latrobe City Council, CPG Australia and the Project Management Group are provided below.
Latrobe City Council
The Traralgon-Morwell Shared Pathway Feasibility Study is being managed by Latrobe City Council’s Senior Recreation and Open Space Planner, Karen Tsebelis. Karen will be a key contact for the project but several other Latrobe City Council officers will also be involved from areas such as youth services, property management, works, maintenance, environment and traffic engineering. Click here to contact Karen.
CPG Australia has been appointed to help Council with the project. CPG have completed a range of community – based feasibility projects including trails, pedestrian studies and walking and cycling strategies. The key people from CPG involved in the project will include;
Mark Hands brings to this project over 15 years of strategic planning experience, with a specific focus upon recreation planning, community infrastructure and health and wellbeing. He has completed numerous studies related to walking and cycling and trail development.
Tim Buykx is an award winning landscape architect with a focus on landscape master planning, pedestrian focussed urban planning and wayfinding.
Penny Wilkinson is a senior associate with CPG and has over 15 years experience in recreation and community planning both as a consultant and senior Council officer.
Project Management Group
The Project Management Group has been established to assist Latrobe City Council develop the Feasibility Study. It consists of an interdisciplinary team from across Latrobe City Council who will play a key role in shaping the study as it progresses. Project Management Group members may also be involved in specific consultation and engagement activities which occur throughout the course of the project.