WA Bicycle Network Grants Program

The Western Australian Bicycle Network (WABN) Grants Program is an initiative of the Western Australian State Government, administered by the Department of Transport.

  About the Western Australian Bicycle Network Grants Program

The WABN grants program is one of the key actions detailed in the Western Australian Bicycle Network Plan 2014-2031 which sets out a framework for the provision of a safe and sustainable cycling network across WA. For more information visit the WA Bicycle Network Plan project page.

Funding is available to local government authorities in WA, for up to 50 per cent of the total project cost, for the design and implementation of bicycle network infrastructure and programs in accordance with State Government priorities set out in the WABN Plan.

Projects are encouraged to be spread over two financial years to facilitate high quality planning and design. To enable project staging, funding may be applied for in two consecutive financial years.

  WABN Grants 2020-2021

The WABN Grants application round for 2020-21 will open on Monday 8 July 2019. Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are invited through the EOI application form available below.

Local government briefings will occur in the first week of July and applicants are strongly encouraged to contact DoT to discuss their project proposals before submission via wabngrants@transport.wa.gov.au, 6551 6810 (metropolitan projects) or 6551 6752 (regional projects).

The WA Bicycle Network grants are competitive. To assist your applications please read the WABN Grants Application Guidelines which outline the desired outcomes of the grants, eligibility, assessment criteria, and the type of infrastructure that is funded.

The deadline for EOI submissions is 25 July 2019. Following the EOI assessment process, only shortlisted projects will be invited to submit a full proposal. The Full Proposal Form will be available to download here once the EOI stage is closed.  Full proposal applications close 13 September 2019.

Please find links to a number of reference documents in the tab below that may assist you in putting an application together.

AT_CYC_P_WABN_grants_2020_21_Local_government_briefing_presentation.pdf icon WABN grants 2020-21 local government briefing presentation Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_guidelines_2020_21.pdf icon WABN grants 2020-21 guidelines Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_2020_21_expression_of_interest_form.pdf icon WABN grants 2020-21 expression of interest form Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_2020_21_Timeline.pdf icon WABN grants application timeline 2020-21/202122 Kb

  WA Bicycle Network Grants Program supporting documents and information

at_cyc_p_pbn_dataset.zip icon Perth Bicycle Network: Routes data set (Archive) Kb
AT_CYC_P_ConditionsOfSupply_Datasets.pdf icon Spatial data set: Conditions of supply Kb
AT_TS_P_WorkplaceCyclingFacilities.pdf icon Workplace cycle facilities (Fact sheet) Kb
External Link Austroads: Publications
External Link Bicycle Network Victoria (VIC): Bike parking experts

  WA Bicycle Network Grants Program projects

AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2019_2020.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2019/2020 Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_MAP_Awarded_2019_2020.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2019/2020 (map) Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2018_2019.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2018/2019 Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2018_2019_map.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2018/2019 (map) Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2017_2018.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2017/2018 Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2016_2017.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2016/2017 Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2015_2016.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2015/2016 Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2014_2015.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2014/2015 Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2013_2014.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2013/2014 Kb
AT_CYC_P_WABN_Grants_Awarded_2012_2013.pdf icon WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2012/2013 Kb

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