WA Active Mobility Strategy
Outlining a coordinated, consistent approach to increase active mobility in Western Australia.
What is active mobility?
Active mobility refers to the transport of people or goods through predominantly non-motorised means, thereby requiring an element of physical activity. Or put simply, human powered forms of travel.
Walking and bike riding are the most common, but running, scooting, skateboarding, skating, using a wheelchair, paddling, electric bicycles, scooters and other devices can all be considered types of active mobility.
About the WA Active Mobility Strategy
The WA Active Mobility Strategy (AMS) will be an overarching strategic document that outlines a coordinated approach to increase active mobility in Western Australia. It will:
- capture the strategic direction from relevant State Government agencies and partner organisations and seek to focus outcomes;
- articulate a shared and accepted vision for the future of active mobility;
- provide clear direction on the action required to implement the vision; and
- outline how progress will be measured and outcomes evaluated.
Consensus will be sought on the strategy’s vision and objectives, as well as acceptance, ownership and priority of actions across relevant State Government agencies.
The project is being led by the Department of Transport, on behalf of the WA Bike Riding Reference Group (BRRG), in collaboration with other State Government agencies.
The BRRG is chaired by Chris Tallentire MLA and incorporates Executive or Director level representation across State government and industry to facilitate strategic discussion to progress initiatives that support and encourage bike riding and other active modes in Western Australia.