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Integrated State-wide transport planning and major transport infrastructure projects.
Bringing together the Department's cycling and walking activities and behaviour change programs.
Regional Airports Development Scheme: Improving air services and safety in regional WA.
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This section provides information about the movement and management of heavy vehicles in WA.
The Annual Report details our achievements each year. Visit the Annual Report website for full details and report downloads.
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The new Burswood Jetty is now open for commercial and private use.
A long-range vision for Perth and the surrounding regions' freight, trade, logistics and defence needs.
The WA Bicycle Network Plan (WABN) and 2017 update outlines 11 initiatives that aim to make WA a place where cycling is safe, connected, convenient and a widely accepted form of transport.
Beadon Creek Maritime Facility in Onslow is full of activity with the final stage of improvements underway to make vehicle and truck movements safer.
State Budget 2017-2018
Find out about the Department of Transport's coastal infrastructure planning and development projects.
The Esperance clean-up and recovery project was completed by 2011 and, following a monitoring program to ensure no recontamination was occurring, the project was closed in June 2015.
A long-term blueprint to connect our suburbs, reduce road congestion and meet Perth's future planning needs.
A long-term growth strategy for land use and infrastructure provision for the Perth and Peel regions.
Find out about the Western Australian Government's policy and regulations for parking in central Perth and our wide-ranging plan to improve air quality, reduce traffic congestion, and enhance safety.
The Western Australian Government has introduced a lead agency framework to streamline the approvals processes for both proponent and state initiated transport projects.
Here you will find guidance documents in support of the application of best practice transport solutions in the context of the land use planning and development processes.
The WABN Plan aims to make WA a place where cycling is safe, connected, and convenient and a widely accepted form of transport.
Delivering a sustainable and globally responsive long-term supply chain strategy to optimise freight, trade and logistics needs from Fremantle and Kwinana to Bunbury.
In this section you will find publications related to major transport projects and the planning approval process.
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