Movement and Access Feedback Form

The draft South Perth Activity Centre Plan (ACP) contains objectives for movement and access in the activity centre area.

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Feedback closes at 5pm, Monday 22 July 2019.

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Section 1 - Movement and Access

The questions in this section are not compulsory - you may answer as many or as few as you wish.

1. To what extent do you support the objectives for the local road network in the draft ACP?

Objective i. To improve the design of local roads to enhance their safety and utility for all users.
Objective ii. To manage regional through-traffic and congestion points through recommended improvements to the local road network.
Objective iii. To improve pedestrian safety and amenity by realising a reduction in traffic speeds.
Objective iv. To reduce car dependence and facilitate a modal shift towards sustainable transport options.

2. To what extent do you support the objectives for public transport in the draft ACP?

Objective i. To establish the ACP area as a transit-oriented activity centre supported by multi-modal transit services and infrastructure.
Objective ii. To reduce car dependence and facilitate a modal shift towards sustainable transport options.
Objective iii. To support the delivery of a South Perth train station by planning to focus the distribution of forecast growth in a way that contributes to the business case for the South Perth train station as a “destination station”.

3. To what extent do you support the objectives for pedestrian and cyclist movement in the draft ACP?

Objective i. To improve pedestrian safety and amenity thereby encouraging walking as a convenient, enjoyable, healthy and sustainable mode of transport.
Objective ii. To reduce car dependence and facilitate a modal shift towards sustainable transport options.
Objective iii. To reduce the detrimental barrier effect of busy roads for pedestrians and cyclists, particularly Labouchere and Mill Point Roads.
Objective iv. To integrate the ACP area with the regional principal shared path network to increase access to cycling facilities and encourage cycling as a convenient, enjoyable, healthy and sustainable mode of transport to, from and within the ACP area.
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