Central Area Transport Plan (2025)
About the Central Area Transport Plan (2025)
The Central Area Transport Plan (2025) is being prepared by the Department of Transport, along with its portfolio partners the Public Transport Authority and Main Roads Western Australia as well as the City of Perth and the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority.
The Plan will build off the CBD Transport Plan (2012-2016) and consider a 10-year horizon based around the year 2025.
The Central Area Transport Plan (2025) will cover an area that includes key destinations and activity centres that surround the Perth CBD. This includes the busy activity centres of Subiaco, Leederville, Mt Lawley and South Perth, the important trip-generating destinations such as the QEII/UWA precinct, Crown Entertainment Precinct and the future Stadium, and major development areas on the Burswood Peninsula.
The Plan will consider the role of each transport mode in the central metropolitan area, and develop initiatives to aid with the improvement of active travel, public transport, roads and freight.
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Investment in transport infrastructure (2012-2016)
As well as funding initiatives within the CBD Transport Plan (2012-2016), the Perth Parking Levy also allowed for the additional CBD transport initiatives of:
- A contribution towards the construction of the Perth Busport - $142.6 million.
- Recurrent funding of the CAT and Free Transit Zone services - $15.3 million per annum.
- Funding of the CAT bus replacement program - $5 million.
- Bus depot upgrades - $700,000.
- A hybrid bus trial - $400,00.
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About the CBD Transport Plan (2012-2016)
The four year program associated with the CBD Transport Plan (2012-2016) has ended however the Central Area Transport Plan (2025) will provide future 10-year Transport Planning Strategy for the central metropolitan area.
The following initiatives were funded as part of the four year Plan:
- New lanes added to the Mitchell Freeway and the Graham Farmer Freeway - $57 million.
- Incident response service and upgraded traffic management system - $6.9 million.
- New cycling paths and on road cycle lanes - $4.6 million.
- Conversion of 34 intersections to parallel walk phases - $3.9 million.
- Bus priority lanes for Beaufort Street, Mounts Bay Road and William Street - $3.8 million.
- Improvements to traffic flow and efficiency at Point Lewis Rotary - $1.5 million.
- More frequent CAT services - $1 million.
A copy of the CBD Transport Plan (2012-2016) can be downloaded below.
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