Ongoing to January 2016
The cycle and pedestrian path will be closed northbound from Reid Highway to Ledgar Road.
The closure will facilitate an upgrade of the cycle and pedestrian path as part of the Reid Highway project.
To ensure the safety of all, there is a detour via Erindale Road and Reid Highway.
For further information including a detour map, please see Fact Sheet.
Ongoing to mid 2017
To facilitate works on the Mitchell Freeway Extension project, sections of the shared use path from Fisherton Circuit to Mitchell Freeway on-ramp will be closed. Please see detour map
Ongoing to early 2016
To facilitate works by PTA, the shared path from Victory Terrace into the Claisebrook rail yard will be closed. A signed detour will be in place.
Ongoing to February 2016
The cycle and pedestrian path will be closed eastbound from the Mitchell Freeway on and off-ramps.
The closure will facilitate installation of street lights, fibre optics and traffic signals as part of the Reid Highway project.
To ensure the safety of all, there is a detoured via Walter Way, Erindale Road or Warwick Road.
The shared use path between The Narrows and The Esplanade will be closed.
The closure will facilitate the upgrade of essential service infrastructure and reconstruction of the William Street verge.
To ensure the safety of all, cyclists and pedestrians will be detoured via Mounts Bay Road.
Ongoing to early 2017
Construction will commence in late November starting on the Burswood Peninsula side of the bridge. The shared pedestrian pathway currently location adjacent to the Swan River and the Perth Stadium site will remain open with detours in place.
Path users will be able to move through the area on marked temporary pathways and cyclists are asked to reduce their speed.
For further information on the project, please visit our Perth Stadium - Swan River Pedestrian Bridge page.
January to February 2016
A new section of a shared use path will be constructed during January and February to facilitate construction of Waterbank Development.
While works take place, the existing path will remain open at all times.
Ongoing to late March 2016
As part of the Third Avenue Bridge replacement, the cycle and pedestrian path alongside the Perth-Midland rail line will be closed from Second Avenue to Fourth Avenue. Path users will be diverted onto Whatley Crescent.
This diversion will allow the safe demolition and reconstruction of Third Avenue Bridge which includes a new 30 metre underpass for path users.
For further information on the project, please visit our Third Avenue Bridge project page.