Canning Bridge to Curtin Bike Link

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Thank you to everyone that provided comments on the Bike Link. Your feedback will be considered in the development of a concept design before being submitted to the Department of Transport for approval. Sign up to be kept updated on the project.

Tell us what you think about the Bike Link

As a high priority in our Joint Bike Plan (developed with the Town of Victoria Park in 2018), the City is working with the Department of Transport to create the Canning Bridge to Curtin Bike Link to:

  • Create Safe Active Streets (SAS) along Godwin Avenue, Pether Road and Davilak Crescent, to give priority to people riding bikes and walking
  • Construct a Shared Path for walking and bike riding parallel to Manning Road from Pether Road to the intersection of Manning Road/Kent Street.

The Safe Active Streets and Shared Path will provide links to Canning Bridge, local schools, the George Burnett Leisure Centre, Farmers Market on Manning, Waterford Plaza and Curtin University. View the Bike Link map.

We want to hear what you think of this proposal.

How can I get involved?

Feedback closed at 4pm, Monday 28 March 2022.

Thank you to everyone that provided comments on the Bike Link. Your feedback will be considered in the development of a concept design before being submitted to the Department of Transport for approval. Sign up to be kept updated on the project.

Tell us what you think about the Bike Link

As a high priority in our Joint Bike Plan (developed with the Town of Victoria Park in 2018), the City is working with the Department of Transport to create the Canning Bridge to Curtin Bike Link to:

  • Create Safe Active Streets (SAS) along Godwin Avenue, Pether Road and Davilak Crescent, to give priority to people riding bikes and walking
  • Construct a Shared Path for walking and bike riding parallel to Manning Road from Pether Road to the intersection of Manning Road/Kent Street.

The Safe Active Streets and Shared Path will provide links to Canning Bridge, local schools, the George Burnett Leisure Centre, Farmers Market on Manning, Waterford Plaza and Curtin University. View the Bike Link map.

We want to hear what you think of this proposal.

How can I get involved?

Feedback closed at 4pm, Monday 28 March 2022.

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