Following a recent election, the thrill of making your voice heard when it comes to community issues is alive and well and the The City of Gold Coast wants to hear yours.
In an effort to ensure the future transportation system works for generations of Gold Cast residents and tourists for decades to come, the community is being asked to have their voices heard as part of the city’s transportation strategy. from Gold Coast 2041. Plus, you could win a cheeky $500 EFTPOS gift card.
If 2041 seems like a time immaterial in the distance, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that these 19 years are the same distance between today and 2003.
If you remember seeing The world of Nemo and Elf in cinemas, or our teenage queen, Hilary Duff’s dominance on the big screen in Cheaper by the dozen and The Lizzie McGuire movie, so maybe it doesn’t seem like such an intangible distance. 2003 is also the year of the launch of iTunes, CO aired for the first time and Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica challenged us all to our own understanding of what exactly is in “Chicken Of The Sea”. But let’s not go down that rabbit hole.
As we’ve established, 2041 seems a long way off, but if the speed at which the past 19 years have passed is any indication, it really isn’t. So for our beloved beach town to evolve in a way that works for everyone, make sure your voice is heard.
Follow this link here to let the City of Gold Coast know your thoughts on the transport and travel challenges and opportunities you face today and anticipate in the future, as well as your priorities for future transport solutions.
How You Can Score a $500 EFTPOS Gift Card
The City of Gold Coast will give away a $500 EFTPOS gift card to five lucky winners. To participate in the draw, simply go to this link and follow the instructions.
For all the information on the upcoming Gold Coast City Transport Strategy 2041 and how to have your say, go to here.
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