A user hierarchy provides guidance to street designers and streets users, to help allocate our limited (and contested) street space and budget. An example is this hierarchy from Wellington New Zealand:

Transport user hierarchy in Wellington (New Zealand). Image credit: Wellington City Council.

Yarra policy

Yarra has adopted a Transport Strategy which shows a ‘transport mode hierarchy’:

Yarra’s transport mode hierarchy. Image credit: City of Yarra Transport Strategy.

Guidance from the Climate Council

Yarra’s user hierarchy aligns with guidance from the Climate Council:

Image credit: Climate Council.