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Active Transport

Safe active streets program

Safe active streets

An innovative program designed to make cycling safer and easier in WA.

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Regional 2050 Cycling Strategy

The Department of Transportís Regional 2050 Cycling Strategies aim to realise the cycling potential of regional Western Australia.

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Safe and viable cycling

A 2017 update on the OAG's report and recommendations on the design, planning and delivery of a robust cycling network.

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Perth's first bike boulevard is complete

The Shakespeare Street Bike Boulevard runs from Green Street in Mount Hawthorn to the Scarborough Beach Road separated bike lanes. Part of the Safe Active Streets Program.

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Your Move

Your Move gives you access to handy information and support to help you become more active, connected and find more ways to get around.

The Active Transport website has been created to bring together the Department's cycling and walking activities and behaviour change program Your Move.


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Read more about: Cycling

It is easy to cycle instead for transport, especially for those short trips to work, local train station, shops or cafes.

Your Move programs

Cycle networks

Read more about: Your Move programs

Your Move is an active lifestyle program that helps people find simple ways to get active and connected. Your Move offers information and support to make it easier to get active.

Contact Active Transport

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Read more about: Contact Active Transport

Find out more about Active Transport, Living Smart and TravelSmart.

Active Transport site map

Use this page to help locate key areas of the Active Transport site.

Go to Active Transport site map

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Access the most used links in Active Transport


Page last updated: Fri Nov 22 2019 1:55:23 PM