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Transport Access Guides

Sustainable Transport Options

Council is committed to supporting sustainable transport including the reduction of the use of cars and increasing the use of public transport, walking and cycling.

Transport Access Guides (TAGs) promote non-motorised transport and public transport by providing localised maps on reaching popular community destinations via sustainable transport. With the development of City of Ryde TAGs Council hopes to help reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and reduce greenhouse emissions.

Shopping Area TAGs

One of the city Transport Access GuidesThese three guides show transport options for each area including bus interchanges, routes and bus stops; train stations, taxi ranks and car parks. Cycling and walking tracks are marked, as are pedestrian access/crossing and wheelchair access. You will also find post offices, hopsitals, churches, public toilets and parks marked on the guides.

City Wide TAG

Provides a broad overview of the Ryde local government area with bus routes, rail stations, pedestrian access, walking and cycling tracks, plus information on important local characteristics linking each of the key shopping centres.

School Area TAGs

Cover of one the public school Transport Access GuidesThese guides show transport options for the area around each school including:

  • safe walking and cycling routes 
  • Top Ryder routes 
  • bus interchanges, routes and bus stops 
  • train stations 
  • helpful hints on road safety and exercise for children

Cycling and walking tracks are marked, as are pedestrian access/crossing and wheelchair access locations. You will also find Council facilities such as libraries, recreation centres, public toilets, parks and other civic features marked on these guides.

The TAGs are available to the public for free. You can download a copy from the list below or pick up a copy at the Civic Centre, any City of Ryde library, the Ryde Aquatic Leisure Cenre or at local shopping centres.

Some TAGs are also available in Chinese and Korean (see list below).

Denistone East Public School

Eastwood Heights Public School

Eastwood Public School and Town Centre

Kent Road Public School

North Ryde Public School:

Putney Public School and Putney Village

Ryde Public School and Town Centre

West Ryde Public School and Town Centre

Last updated on 3 August 2015