Camden Valley Way, Prestons
Vision for main roads
These roads and routes are central to the efficient movement of people and goods. They include motorways, primary freight corridors, major public transport routes, the principal bicycle network and high‑intensity routes for people to walk and cycle. Their place activity levels are less intense although these roads and routes can still hold significant meaning for people.
The design of main road corridors needs to:
A map of main road environments.
Main roads are defined by their higher movement functions and lower place intensities. They are shown here as a primary arterial (top right) and a town bypass (a rural highway, bottom left). Other corridors with higher place intensities or lower movement functions should be identified as main streets or local streets, even if they are named as ‘roads’ or classified as State roads.