Perth CBD trouble spots that affect cycling access into the city

Transport Minister Troy Buswell announced More Information for motorists to plan journey earlier this month which provides information to motorists about road works occurring around the Perth CBD which may have an impact on their journey into Perth.

One project, Elizabeth Quay,  has a transport goal of:

Elizabeth Quay is one of the most publicly accessible parts of the metropolitan area with connections to bus, train, CAT, ferry, cycle and pedestrian networks. Planning for the project has prioritised public transport, walking and cycling wherever possible.

BTA provided responses to public comment relating to this development:

where we specifically indicated “advertised alternative routes need to be made several weeks before closure of existing routes occur”.  Unfortunately this has not been the case.

This weekend we spent a little time pulling together a Google Map showing trouble spots around the Perth CBD which may have an impact on cycling access into the city.  If you notice any errors or if you know of any other trouble spots that we may have missed, let us know and the map will be updated.


View Perth CBD Outages in a larger map

Hopefully we will see less of cyclists queuing up to get through these projects, and the long-term goal being better cycling infrastructure.

About Roland

I returned to cycling around 5 years ago, when I decided to start commuting by bike to work. I'm now cycling around 13,500km's annually, and love it.