Major projects and programs

The Department of Transport leads or supports multiple projects and programs to help make it an easy choice for people to walk, wheel or ride as part of their everyday journeys and experiences.

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 WA Bicycle Network Plan

The WA Bicycle Network (WABN) Plan provides a blueprint to make Western Australia a place where riding is a safe, connected, convenient and widely accepted form of transport.

 Principal Shared Path Expansion Program

Expansion of the principal shared path network helps Western Australians to choose walking, wheeling, or riding as part of their everyday journey and experiences.

 Safe active streets

Safe active streets are specifically treated local streets designed with local government authorities to create a safer shared space for people walking, wheeling, riding or driving.

 Safe Active Streets Pilot Program

We have been working with Western Australian local governments to develop, trial and evaluate ‘safe active streets’ which use local area traffic management treatments to encourage more people to walk, wheel and ride in their communities.

 Active travel to school

Walking, riding and scooting to school is a fun, healthy activity for students helping them arrive alert and ready to learn.

 Green transport routes

We are working with Western Australian local governments to create scenic paths that encourage people to walk, wheel and ride.
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