WA Bicycle Network Grants Program
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.
In January 2020, DoT awarded more than $7.6 million in WABN grant funding to 63 projects across 45 metropolitan and regional local governments.
To see the grant recipients and awarded projects please view the list or map below.
For more information about the WABN Grants please email WABN grants or call 6551 6810 (metropolitan projects) or 6551 6752 (regional projects).
|WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2020-21||Kb|
|WABN grants program: Awarded projects 2020-21 (map)||Kb|
|24/01/2020: $7.6 million bike funding boost to connect Perth and regional communities|
WABN Grants 2021-2022
The WABN Grants application round for 2021-22 is anticipated to open in July 2020.
As in previous years, local governments will be invited to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for grant funding. Following an EOI assessment process, only applicants of shortlisted projects will be invited to submit a full proposal.
A full timeline for the application process will be available closer to this time.
For more information or to subscribe to WABN Grants updates please email WABN grants or call 6551 6810 (metropolitan projects) or 6551 6752 (regional projects).
WA Bicycle Network Grants Program supporting documents and information
|Perth Bicycle Network: Routes data set (Archive)||Kb|
|Spatial data set: Conditions of supply||Kb|
|Workplace cycle facilities (Fact sheet)||Kb|
|Bicycle Network Victoria (VIC): Bike parking experts|
WA Bicycle Network Grants Program projects
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