The Department of Transport has released its annual progress report on the WABN Plan for the 2017-18 financial year. The progress report describes infrastructure highlights, progress towards the WABN plan initiatives and an overview of the analysis of Perth Bicycle Counter data.
The report provides an update on:
- Progress on the Long term cycle network planning for Perth and Peel and for Regional WA including drafts of:
- The Bunbury-Wellington 2050 Cycling Strategy
- The Leeuwin-Naturalist 2050 Cycling Strategy
- The Warren-Blackwood 2050 Cycling Strategy
- The Geraldton 2050 Cycling Strategy
- Progress on the expansion of the Peth PSP network including
- The design of the Fremantle Railway PSP
- The design of the Mitchell Freeway PSP Glendalough Station and Hutton Street
- Feasibility and concept planning for the West Perth Veloway
- The 2017-18 WA Bicycle Network Grants Program for Metropolitan and Regional Local Governments, highlighting;
- The Whitfords Avenue Shared Path in the City of Joondalup
- Drummond Street East Shared Path in the Shire of Toodyay
- Connecting Schools grant program
- Connecting Stations including path concept designs for 8 stations
- Safe Active Streets Program (Bike Boulevards) including
- The construction of Shakespeare Street Safe Active Street Stage 2 in the City of Vincent
- Planning for projects in Bassendean, Canning, Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Melville, Nedlands, Victoria Park and Wanneroo.
- Progress on the development of Journey Planning and Hazard Reporting Tools
- The installation of 3 new bike counters and an overview of the analysis of Perth Bicycle Counter data.
You can read the full report at https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/mediaFiles/active-transport/AT_CYC_P_WABN_Annual_Progress_Report_17_18.pdf
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