The WA Government is completing the Fremantle Railway Principal Shared Path (PSP) between Grant Street Train Station and the Swan River, with construction of the Grant Street Train Station to Victoria Street Train Station section completed in August 2019, construction of the next section from Victoria Street Train Station and North Fremantle Train Station completed in October 2021, and the final section from North Fremantle Train Station to the Swan River currently being in the planning and design and phases.
As part of evaluation of this project – being conducted by Painted Dog Research – the Department of Transport is keen to hear from the community who live, work or travel in the areas surrounding the entire constructed Grant Street Train Station to North Fremantle Train Station section of the PSP, as well as the planned section from North Fremantle Train Station to the Swan River.
We are keen to hear from all the community – people who bike ride, walk or scoot through this area, as well as those who haven’t for a while, or don’t currently bike ride, walk or scoot. We would very much appreciate your assistance in promoting the survey to key stakeholders for the path who you may be in contact with.
Complete the survey at https://www.rewardingviews.com/uc/21150AN/?a=4&b=FR&c=westcycle (please feel free to share this link to your network)
The anonymous survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and your input will help guide future cycle and walking network improvements. More information on the Fremantle Railway PSP project is available here: https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/activetransport/principal-shared-path-expansion-program.asp
Please contact the Department of Transport team if you have any further queries on the project or survey – email@example.com