With gyms and outdoor equipment unable to be used due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are taking to the streets in order to maintain their fitness levels.
Councillor Simon Croce has raised some concerns related to people running or walking along the side of the road and has urged those partaking to do so in a safe manner.
"Unfortunately a lot of the walkers and runners tend to stick to the left-hand side of the road because that is what they are use to travelling on," he said.
"It is important that they try to where they can to run or walk on the right-hand side of the road so they can see approaching traffic.
"A lot of people have headphones in and are listening to music which is a bit dangerous in itself, but at least if they can see traffic coming, they can jump out of the way because if someone comes up behind you and they don't see you you have no hope of getting out of the way."
Cr Croce has also urged the walkers and runners to consider what they are wearing.
"Especially on dusk or dawn in dark clothing, it can be hard enough to see people and the roads are a dark colour, and if people are wearing dark colours it isn't ideal," he said.
"If people can wear something a bit brighter or that is a bit fluoro (sic) that would make it a lot safer.
"I'd just hate to see someone get run over."