Pedestrian & Cyclist Paths

We work with local councils and Department of Transport to develop and maintain the State's shared path network.

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Bike path closures and access updates

Hamilton Street, Subiaco

25 February to September

To allow replacement of the Hamilton Street bridge over the rail line, the shared path between Thomas Street and White Place will be closed. For more information including a detour map, please visit our project page.

Kwinana Freeway

Ongoing to December

Major projects are underway along Kwinana Freeway, with construction works impacting several sections of shared path.

  • 18 February until mid-August : Between Cale Street Footbridge and Hardy Street Footbridge 
  • Mid-March until mid-June: The closure will extend north to the Narrows Bridge

Please visit our Smart Freeway project page for more information including detour maps.

  • Ongoing until late 2019: Various sections between Russell Road and Roe Highway. 

Please visit our Kwinana Freeway Northbound Widening project page for the latest closure information.

  • 8 April until November: Farrington Road to Roe Highway

Please visit our Murdoch Drive Connection project for more information.

Mitchell Freeway, Stirling

25 February to October

As part of the Mitchell Freeway Southbound Widening project, the shared path between Telford Crescent and Hutton Street will be closed. Please visit the project page for more information including detours.

Mount Street Pedestrian Bridge

6 May to 16 August

To allow refurbishment works to be completed on the Mount Street pedestrian bridge, the shared path will be closed and detours will be in place during this time. For more details, please view thedetour map andinformation sheet.

Tonkin Highway and Reid Highway

Ongoing to mid-2019

Cyclist access on sections of Tonkin Highway and Reid Highway will be closed for the duration of NorthLink WA, as we construct new cycling and pedestrian facilities. Please visit our project website for further information.

    Modified: 21 May 2019