Green Transport Routes
About Green Transport Routes
An aim of the Transport Portfolio is to make WA a place where riding is a safe, connected, convenient and widely-accepted form of transport.
Developing paths that are visually appealing plays an important role in this and, combining natural planting and greenery is one way it can be achieved.
The Green Transport Routes initiative aims to blend path infrastructure with local surroundings to create a more pleasant walking and riding experience by increasing natural landscaping, shade, shelter and amenity.
Green Transport Routes will be designed and maintained with the involvement of local governments and communities to ensure they complement and add to the area's biodiversity and character.
For more information about this initiative email firstname.lastname@example.org
WA's first Green Transport Route pilot project is being delivered in the Town of Bassendean as part of the Success Hill to Railway Parade Principal Shared Path (PSP).
The Department of Transport and Main Roads Western Australia are working with the Town of Bassendean and the community to develop and deliver this exciting initiative.
Find out about Transport's Principal Shared Path Expansion Program