Western Australia’s network of roads and paths is developed and maintained by different agencies. Reporting hazards to the right agency will help make sure issues are addressed in the best possible way and as quickly as possible.
Examples of hazards include:
• path or road bumps
• sand, grass, glass or other material on the path surface
• overhanging branches
• drainage grates
• traffic lights not responding.
Please note: The Department of Transport does not own the cycling infrastructure.