Infrastructure Improvements

Infrastructure Improvements2018-02-25T02:19:14+00:00

Bicycling Western Australia, through our representation of all riders on a number of advisory groups and committees, is working to improve infrastructure.  We want to ensure that riders have accessible, connected and safe riding options.


14 October 2015 – The Minister for Transport has today released updated details of the PSP expansion and other main road projects that are planned for construction with funding committed between 2012 to 2018/19.

Upcoming projects include expansion of the Perth – Fremantle PSP from Grant St to Cottesloe Station (including an underpass at the Eric Street bridge) (2018) and Cottesloe Station to Victoria St Station (2019).  BWA has been campaigning for this work to be undertaken for many years and we are pleased that the work will be finally undertaken.

A copy of the Minister’s Media Statement is available HERE

You can download a PSF map of the expansion plan HERE


In January 2013 Premier Colin Barnett announced a $30 million investment towards the urban renewal of Scarborough by the MRA, in collaboration with the City of Stirling, to transform Scarborough into one of the nation’s best beachfront destinations.

The $30million funding (over four years) includes capital works funding for improvements to the area such as:

  • new pedestrian promenades along the beachfront and cycling paths
  • landscaping, a children’s playground and public art
  • fitness equipment, seating and shade along the beach
  • improvements to access and car parking

Scarborough Beach – Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority

Full details are available HERE>>

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