WA Bicycle Network Grants Program
The Western Australian Bicycle Network (WABN) Grants Program is an initiative of the State Government, administered by the Department of Transport.
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.
Application rounds for the WABN Grants Program are typically run on an annual basis.
The grant application intake for WABN infrastructure and planning projects to be delivered in 2023-24 and 2024-25 closed on Thursday 3 November 2022 and successful projects have been announced. Further information is available under Awarded WABN Grants 2023-24 / 2024-25 section below.
A new grant category has been added to the WABN Grants Program. This grant category is being delivered separate to the bicycle infrastructure and planning categories. Applications for Active Travel Officer grants closed on 18 November 2022 and successful applicants have been announced. Further information is available under Awarded Active Travel Officer Grants 2023-24 section below.
Previous awarded projects and program documentation are available below.
The next WABN Grants Program intake is planned for the second half of 2023 for projects to be delivered in 2024-25 and 2025-26.
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Awarded WABN Grants 2023-24 / 2024-25
An application round for projects to be delivered in 2023-24 and 2024-25 closed on 3 November 2022. Applicants have now received the outcome of their applications.
A full list of metropolitan and regional projects awarded grants can be found below.
Program supporting documentation (policy, procedures, guidelines and FAQ) for this round can be found under WABN Grants Program documents below.
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Awarded Active Travel Officer Grants 2023-24
The Active Travel Officer (ATO) Grant category will provide funding for Local Government Authorities (LGAs) to employ an Active Travel Officer using a seed grant funding model for three years, commencing in 2023-24, in six local governments across regional and metropolitan areas.
An ATO grant round for 2023-24 closed on 18 November 2022. Applicants have now received the outcome of their application.
The successful local government authorities awarded grants for 2023-24 are:
- City of Canning
- City of Greater Geraldton
- City of Joondalup
- City of Kwinana
- City of Stirling
- City of Wanneroo
Program supporting documentation (guidelines and FAQs) for this round can be found under WABN Grants Program documents below.
WABN Grants Program resources
The following documents contain essential program information and guidance.