WestCycle has recently received a higher than normal amount of reports from the bike riding community. In particular around doublegees (caltrop) and illegal trail bikes on the PSP networks.
While we are always happy to help, we have prepared a guide to help you report hazards and make the process much more efficient.
From experience, the better the information in the report such as photos, clear and helpful descriptions and a contact number that the relevant agency can call you back for clarification, the more likely the issue will be addressed.
The most challenging part is knowing who to contact (is it a Main Roads, a Local Government issue or someone else?), so our recommendation is to start with the relevant local government.
Government agencies genuinely want to ensure that their infrastructure is safe and well maintained. Community feedback is vital to help government agencies be aware of issues on the networks.
To read our guide and make a report please visit https://westcycle.org.au/explore/hazard-reporting-guide/
Can you help? (21 May 2021)
- If you can help identify the specific location/s (including photos) of doublegee (caltrop) weeds along the Roe Highway PSP, please report it Main Roads WA to make them aware of the exact location/s.
- The WA Police are also seeking specific information on an incident involving trail bike riders on the Kwinana Freeway PSP near Farrington Rd on 12 May 2021. If you can provide any information please visit https://wapf.au.evidence.com/axon/citizen/public/policecrashmurdoch.
- For all other reports of illegal trail bikes or vehicles on the PSP network, please make a report to Crimestoppers https://www.crimestopperswa.com.au/make-report/