Western Australian Bicycle Network Grant Projects

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The projects listed on this page are funded under the Western Australian Bicycle Network (WABN) Grant Program. The WABN Grants Program is an initiative of the Western Australian State Government, administered by the Department of Transport.

The City of Kalamunda is a proud recipient of WABN funding to undertake the projects and upgrades listed below. This page provides updates on how each project is progressing.

These projects are extremely important as it directly acknowledges and supports the Community feedback received through the City of Kalamunda's community engagement undertaken as part of the development of the Kalamunda Bicycle Plan 2017 (adopted in June 2018). It is also aligned with the Vision and Objectives of the City’s Kalamunda Advancing – Strategic Community Plan 2017-2027.

Project name
Outcomes
Progress
Welshpool Road East Shared Path
Construction of 580m shared path, commencing in Hale Road, traversing along the northern verge of Welshpool Road East, crossing the Rail Bridge and Roe Highway.
Complete.
High Wycombe Local Route Connection
Design of 1.2km shared path, commencing in Kiandra Way in High Wycombe, pass through John MacLarty Park and crossing Newburn Road.
Shared path upgrade complete. City engaged community and local Aboriginal artist to design concept art to apply as decorative art treatments on the road crossings connecting the shared paths.
Berkshire and Dundas Shared Path
Design of 1.4km shared path connecting Forrestfield to new train station.
Funding approved for 2020/21 for design. Community engagement to take place in 2021.
Hale to Dawson Cycling Route
Design of 1.7km cycle route connecting Forrestfield to new train station.
Funding approved for design. Community engagement to take place in 2021.


The projects listed on this page are funded under the Western Australian Bicycle Network (WABN) Grant Program. The WABN Grants Program is an initiative of the Western Australian State Government, administered by the Department of Transport.

The City of Kalamunda is a proud recipient of WABN funding to undertake the projects and upgrades listed below. This page provides updates on how each project is progressing.

These projects are extremely important as it directly acknowledges and supports the Community feedback received through the City of Kalamunda's community engagement undertaken as part of the development of the Kalamunda Bicycle Plan 2017 (adopted in June 2018). It is also aligned with the Vision and Objectives of the City’s Kalamunda Advancing – Strategic Community Plan 2017-2027.

Project name
Outcomes
Progress
Welshpool Road East Shared Path
Construction of 580m shared path, commencing in Hale Road, traversing along the northern verge of Welshpool Road East, crossing the Rail Bridge and Roe Highway.
Complete.
High Wycombe Local Route Connection
Design of 1.2km shared path, commencing in Kiandra Way in High Wycombe, pass through John MacLarty Park and crossing Newburn Road.
Shared path upgrade complete. City engaged community and local Aboriginal artist to design concept art to apply as decorative art treatments on the road crossings connecting the shared paths.
Berkshire and Dundas Shared Path
Design of 1.4km shared path connecting Forrestfield to new train station.
Funding approved for 2020/21 for design. Community engagement to take place in 2021.
Hale to Dawson Cycling Route
Design of 1.7km cycle route connecting Forrestfield to new train station.
Funding approved for design. Community engagement to take place in 2021.