Pilbara 2050 Regional Cycling Strategy

Have your say on the future Pilbara cycling network

About the project

The Department of Transport is developing a 2050 Regional Cycling Strategy for the Pilbara, in collaboration with the City of Karratha, Town of Port Hedland, and the Shires of Ashburton and East Pilbara.

The Strategy will set out a vision for a long-term aspirational cycling network for a number of key towns in the Pilbara Region.

The project team has begun developing the networks for each of the towns and needs your input to help shape the future of cycling in the Pilbara.

Get involved

Learn more about the project by downloading your relevant Information Sheet from the document library.

Use the tools below to get involved and have your say. You can provide your feedback by:

Feedback will be collected between Tuesday 15 October and Thursday 21 November.

Photo competition

Share a favourite photo or video of your adventures and local trips by bicycle in the Pilbara before 4:00pm (AWST) on Thursday 21 November 2019 and WIN one of three Wiggle sport shop vouchers.

Visit the photo comp tab below for more info.

About the Regional Cycling Strategies

A key action of the Western Australia Bicycle Network (WABN) Plan 2014-2031 is to improve planning for cycling in the regions.

More information on the regional strategies can be found on the Department of Transport website.

Have your say on the future Pilbara cycling network

About the project

The Department of Transport is developing a 2050 Regional Cycling Strategy for the Pilbara, in collaboration with the City of Karratha, Town of Port Hedland, and the Shires of Ashburton and East Pilbara.

The Strategy will set out a vision for a long-term aspirational cycling network for a number of key towns in the Pilbara Region.

The project team has begun developing the networks for each of the towns and needs your input to help shape the future of cycling in the Pilbara.

Get involved

Learn more about the project by downloading your relevant Information Sheet from the document library.

Use the tools below to get involved and have your say. You can provide your feedback by:

Feedback will be collected between Tuesday 15 October and Thursday 21 November.

Photo competition

Share a favourite photo or video of your adventures and local trips by bicycle in the Pilbara before 4:00pm (AWST) on Thursday 21 November 2019 and WIN one of three Wiggle sport shop vouchers.

Visit the photo comp tab below for more info.

About the Regional Cycling Strategies

A key action of the Western Australia Bicycle Network (WABN) Plan 2014-2031 is to improve planning for cycling in the regions.

More information on the regional strategies can be found on the Department of Transport website.

Pilbara 2050 Regional Cycling Strategy Interactive Feedback Map

about 1 month

Open the map and place a pin where you think cycling network improvements can be made or where cycling opportunities exist. Add a comment or photo to your pin to explain your thoughts. 

When complete, click submit to save your feedback on the map. 

Pins can be provided based on the areas of:

  • Local Destinations
  • Tourism
  • Safety
  • Training Loops
  • Other
The draft network outlined on the map follows the Western Australian Cycling Network Hierarchy (included in the Document Library) and includes:
  • Red lines for primary routes;
  • Blue lines for secondary routes;
  • Green lines for local routes;
  • Yellow lines for training routes;...

Open the map and place a pin where you think cycling network improvements can be made or where cycling opportunities exist. Add a comment or photo to your pin to explain your thoughts. 

When complete, click submit to save your feedback on the map. 

Pins can be provided based on the areas of:

  • Local Destinations
  • Tourism
  • Safety
  • Training Loops
  • Other
The draft network outlined on the map follows the Western Australian Cycling Network Hierarchy (included in the Document Library) and includes:
  • Red lines for primary routes;
  • Blue lines for secondary routes;
  • Green lines for local routes;
  • Yellow lines for training routes; and
  • Brown lines for tourist trails.

Please note, your email will not be shared publicly when making a comment on the map.