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Cottesloe calls for community insights in cycle network project

The Town of Cottesloe are looking to gain insight into the community's expectation of where new bike routes should be within Cottesloe. 

This is the latest phase of the Long-Term Cycle Network (LTCN) project being developed by the Department of Transport (DoT) for the Perth and Peel regions.

The aim of the this project is to ensure that both State and local government are working towards the delivery of one continuous cycling network which will provide multiple transport options, recreational opportunities and support for tourism and commercial activity.

How the community can get involved

Before the next phase of the project, the Town of Cottesloe are asking the community to fill out a survey, stating "your advice in this regard will assist us with the next round of consultation with DoT."

The survey can be completed online by clicking here.

Alternatively, you can print a hard copy of the survey here, and drop it into the administration office at 109 Broome Street, Cottesloe, or come in and complete a survey at the office.

The survey submission period closes 12:00pm 5 December 2018

What happens next

In 2017-18 the Department held workshops with portfolio partners the Public Transport Authority and Main Roads to confirm a draft network of high-quality, safe and comfortable cycling routes along State owned roads and rail corridors.

In 2019, the Township of Cottesloe will work with DoT to develop the Draft Long-Term Cycle Network; which will be circulated for further consultation, offering you another opportunity to provide feedback.