Great Southern 2050 Cycling Strategy

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Have your say to help shape the future of bike riding in the Great Southern region.

In collaboration with the City of Albany and the shires of Broomehill-Tambellup, Cranbrook, Denmark, Gnowangerup, Jerramungup, Katanning, Kent, Kojonup, Plantagenet and Woodanilling, the Department of Transport is developing the Great Southern 2050 Cycling Strategy.

The Strategy will set out a long-term vision for bike riding across the region, including an aspirational cycling network covering key townsites and interregional connections. The Strategy will be used to guide funding decisions and prioritise key projects.

As such, we are seeking your input via a short survey to help shape the future of cycling across the region.

While the survey questions are focused on bike riding, we recognise some types of infrastructure can be used by many different users including people walking or running, people using electric scooters and other small electric rideable devices (eRideables) as well as people using wheelchairs or mobility scooters.

We want to know what your local needs are to help guide the development of the Strategy.

Have your say to help shape the future of bike riding in the Great Southern region.

In collaboration with the City of Albany and the shires of Broomehill-Tambellup, Cranbrook, Denmark, Gnowangerup, Jerramungup, Katanning, Kent, Kojonup, Plantagenet and Woodanilling, the Department of Transport is developing the Great Southern 2050 Cycling Strategy.

The Strategy will set out a long-term vision for bike riding across the region, including an aspirational cycling network covering key townsites and interregional connections. The Strategy will be used to guide funding decisions and prioritise key projects.

As such, we are seeking your input via a short survey to help shape the future of cycling across the region.

While the survey questions are focused on bike riding, we recognise some types of infrastructure can be used by many different users including people walking or running, people using electric scooters and other small electric rideable devices (eRideables) as well as people using wheelchairs or mobility scooters.

We want to know what your local needs are to help guide the development of the Strategy.

  • Please complete the short survey to tell us about your thoughts on riding in the Great Southern region, and how it can be made safer, more convenient and inclusive. 

    Your responses will be used to guide the development of the Great Southern 2050 Cycling Strategy.

    The survey will remain open until 4PM AWST Friday 2 December 2022.

    Take Survey
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