G21 has begun work on an integrated transport strategy to address gaps and weaknesses in the intra-regional transport network which are becoming increasingly apparent as the population continues to grow year-on-year.
The G21 Region Integrated Transport Strategy (ITS), funded by Regional Development Victoria, Department of Transport and the five G21 municipalities, will shine a light on active and public transport options, the road network and freight movements, clean energy transport and rail connections in busy corridors. The strategy will update existing plans and guide investment in the transport network across the region for the short term and decades ahead.
The STREETFACE project, featuring photos and stories of nine residents from across the G21 region, demonstrates how movement provides a wealth of health and wellbeing benefits, both physical and emotional. The project shines a light on older members of our community who have experienced a life transition. From Josie’s story of moving from farmland to suburbia without knowing anyone, to Bob’s experience of open-heart surgery and lymphoma, each of the real-life stories provides insights to encourage others to find resilience and empowerment through physical activity to improve health and wellbeing.
The G21 region has a population of around 340,616 (ABS ERP 2019) people and covers 8972 square km. It includes five municipalities: Colac Otway, Golden Plains, Greater Geelong, Queenscliffe and Surf Coast. Geelong is the largest city in the region and the second largest city in Victoria. It overlooks Corio Bay and is the principal centre in the region for industry and service organisations. Geelong’s bulk-handling port and the nearby Avalon Airport, together with the rapidly improving road and rail links, are significant infrastructure assets for the region.
G21 – Geelong Region Alliance (G21) is the formal alliance of government, business and community organisations working together to improve the lives of people within the Geelong region across five municipalities – Colac Otway, Golden Plains, Greater Geelong, Queenscliffe and Surf Coast. G21 works as a forum to discuss regional issues across interest groups and municipalities resulting in better co-ordinated research, consultation and planning. ‘The G21 Geelong Region Plan – a sustainable growth strategy’ is the foundation of all G21 activities and projects. The plan looks towards 2050 and addresses the challenges and opportunities the G21 region will face in the areas of environment, settlement, land use, community strength and the economy.
The G21 Arts, Heritage & Culture Pillar’s aims to foster artistic creativity, cultural leadership and involvement, as well as recognition and utilisation of heritage assets by: promoting culture for all by engaging the community developing artists, ideas and knowledge building creative industries acknowledging, celebrating and creating places and spaces promoting cultural leadership.
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