Help us shape safer cities and towns

We want your voices to be at the forefront of planning safer cities and towns.

The Safer Cities Program will invest $30 million over two years to improve safety in our cities and towns, particularly for women, girls and gender diverse people. The program focuses on improving perceptions of safety and comfort of women and girls as they walk or cycle through and within public spaces, including our parks, open spaces, streets, laneways, plazas, as well as public transport stops like bus stops and train stations.

Public spaces are all places publicly owned or of public use, accessible and enjoyable by all for free. When we use the term walking, we mean any way to travel without a car or bike, inclusive of all abilities, such as using a wheelchair, or other type of mobility aid.

Tell us what you think

We welcome everyone over 16 years of age to provide feedback. You can complete a short anonymous 10-minute survey or share your ideas. Your feedback will help us to better understand the experiences that affect your sense of safety in and around public spaces and transport hubs.

Community input will help Transport for NSW deliver better infrastructure, amenities, design, and activations to help improve the community’s sense of safety in our cities and towns.

The consultation is open until 8 February 2023.

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement is now closed. Thank you for participating and sharing your thoughts and ideas. We are currently reviewing your feedback.

We want your voices to be at the forefront of planning safer cities and towns.

The Safer Cities Program will invest $30 million over two years to improve safety in our cities and towns, particularly for women, girls and gender diverse people. The program focuses on improving perceptions of safety and comfort of women and girls as they walk or cycle through and within public spaces, including our parks, open spaces, streets, laneways, plazas, as well as public transport stops like bus stops and train stations.

Public spaces are all places publicly owned or of public use, accessible and enjoyable by all for free. When we use the term walking, we mean any way to travel without a car or bike, inclusive of all abilities, such as using a wheelchair, or other type of mobility aid.

Tell us what you think

We welcome everyone over 16 years of age to provide feedback. You can complete a short anonymous 10-minute survey or share your ideas. Your feedback will help us to better understand the experiences that affect your sense of safety in and around public spaces and transport hubs.

Community input will help Transport for NSW deliver better infrastructure, amenities, design, and activations to help improve the community’s sense of safety in our cities and towns.

The consultation is open until 8 February 2023.

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement is now closed. Thank you for participating and sharing your thoughts and ideas. We are currently reviewing your feedback.