LEETON Shire Council is continuing in its bid to link up the town via shared paths, with work progressing along a section of Brobenah Road.
The work commenced just before Christmas when a pram ramp was installed at the intersection of Karri Road and Brobenah Road.
Construction of the shared pathway will be completed in four stages, with work commencing on the first two earlier this month.
Council manager of design and construction Chris Lashbrook said the project had been identified as part of the Pedestrian Access Mobility Plan (PAMP).
"At the end of the four stages the shared pathway will go from Karri Road up to Palm Avenue," he said.
"We're proposing to do two of the stages this (financial) year.
"First off, we're aiming to get that initial connection happening ... it will link up with older footpaths on the way, so widening those will likely be part of the last stage of work.
"It was identified as part of the PAMP program, as well as partly to do with the aged care homes in that area."
Final design work on how the footpath will be linked to the Leeton Tourist Supermarket and the Goodstart Early Learning Centre are being finalised.
"It's coming along well," Mr Lashbrook said.
"The aim is for the paths to be shared, especially by the (mobility) scooters for those living in the aged care homes nearby.
"It links that area with the town and the other shared paths nearby."
Council is also due to hold preliminary meetings regarding work that is set to happen on Back Yanco Road.
"We're hopeful that work will start next week," Mr Lashbrook said.