Cycling Guidance for Local Area Traffic Management (LATM)

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The Cycling Guidance for Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Schemes has been developed to provide practitioners with guidance to ensure that when designing new, or retrofitting LATM devices people on bikes are considered and not put at risk. As a cycling-focused guideline, this document concentrates on the safe and efficient movement of people on bikes on local roads.

The Department of Transport is seeking feedback on the guidelines from those who are most likely to use them. Please read the attached document and provide feedback using the survey below.

The Cycling Guidance for Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Schemes has been developed to provide practitioners with guidance to ensure that when designing new, or retrofitting LATM devices people on bikes are considered and not put at risk. As a cycling-focused guideline, this document concentrates on the safe and efficient movement of people on bikes on local roads.

The Department of Transport is seeking feedback on the guidelines from those who are most likely to use them. Please read the attached document and provide feedback using the survey below.

  • You have been invited to review the Draft Cycling Guidance for Local Area Traffic Management Schemes as a key stakeholder in WA transport projects. The Department of Transport is committed to working closely with our stakeholders in the developing these guidelines to ensure that they are suitable for those using them and in turn contribute to the safe and efficient movement of people on bikes on local roads.

    To provide more specific feedback on the technical content, please Make a Comment by completing the below form. 

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  • This form allows you to make additional comments on the Cycling Guideline for Local Area Traffic Management (LATM).

    Feedback suggestions include:

    • emphasising information that is particularly valuable.
    • highlighting errors, discrepancies.
    • items that require more information or clarity.

    Your submission must be received by Friday 12 June 2020.


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