City of Fremantle - Bike Plan Review engagement underway!

Gavin Giles
City of Fremantle

The City of Fremantle's Local Bicycle Plan is under review. We'd like to know more about your experience riding in and around Fremantle. If you don't currently ride, we'd also like to hear from you.

You are invited to complete the survey below. You can also 'map your ride' on our interactive map below (add photo, drop a pin and share your thoughts) by Tuesday 9 October 2018.

What has been done since the Bike Plan was adopted?
Over the last 6 years the City has -
Installed 2.3km of on road bike lanes.
Installed 1km of off road paths including the new North Fremantle link from Queen Victoria Street to Tydeman Road.
Upgraded 6 signalised intersections to include Bike head start facilities creating vital continuous links on major roads.
Rolled out Bicycle Awareness Zones (BAZ) on over 6km of local and city centre roads.
Upgraded over 2km of path along popular coastal routes.
Rolled out green bike lane treatment at intersections on Lefroy Road, Winterfold Road, South Terrace and Marine Terrace.
Installed over 160 bike parking bays and facilities with the city centre and suburban areas.
Installed 2 new bike data collection sites.
Participated in and supported annual Bike Week events.
Joined the Department of Transport's Your Move Program.

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Amy (Your Move)

Great to hear your bike plan is being reviewed with community consultation. We'd love to hear any new initiatives that come out of this!

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