Speed Zoning & Signal Changes

To ensure a safe environment for all road users, it's sometimes necessary to review and modify certain speed zones.

Below are current speed zoning changes for the Perth Metro area and regional Western Australia.

In addition, when traffic signals are changed they will also be listed below.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

Further information can be obtained by contacting Main Roads WA on 138 138.

 

Speed Zone Changes 

Carabooda Road - Carabooda

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 21 September 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Carabooda Road in Carabooda will occur on 21 September 2015.

The existing State default limit will be reduced to a 70 km/h speed limit on Carabooda Road from Karoborup Road to Cutler Road.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan areas.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Gibbs Road - Nowergup

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 14 September 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Gibbs Road in Nowgerup will occur on 14 September 2015.

The existing State default limit will be reduced to a 70 km/h speed limit on Gibbs Road from Wanneroo Road to Karoborup Road.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan areas.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Old Coast Road - Australind

Changes to the speed limit on Old Coast Road in Australind will occur from the 4 August, 2015.

The existing 70 km/h speed limit will be reduced to 60 km/h on Old Coast Road between the Paris Road roundabout to approximately 170 metres north of Cathedral Avenue.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of speed limits.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Walanna Drive - Karawarra

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 17 August 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Walanna Drive in Karawarra will occur on the 17 August 2015.

The existing 50 km/h built up area speed limit will be reduced to a 40 km/h speed limit on Walanna Drive from Melinga Court to Lowan Loop.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Kerosene Lane - Baldivis

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 10 August 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Kerosene Lane in Baldivis will occur on the 10 August 2015.

The existing 80 km/h speed limit will be reduced to a 60 km/h speed limit on Kerosene Lane from 550 metres west of Desiree Drive 200 metres east of Jennings Drive.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Ennis Avenue - Cooloongup

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 13 July 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Ennis Avenue in Cooloongup will occur on the 13 July 2015.

The existing 80 km/h speed limit for southbound traffic will be increased to a 100 km/h speed limit on Ennis Avenue from Grange/Elanora Drive to Willmott Drive.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area and the recent installation of traffic signals at Willmott Drive.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Coolgardie Street - Mundaring

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 22 June 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Coolgardie Street in Mundaring will occur on the 22 June 2015.

The existing default speed limit will be formalised to a posted 60 km/h speed limit on Coolgardie Street from Vernon Avenue to Barlee Street.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Emerald Valley Estate - Carabooda - Area Speed Limits

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 15 June 2015

The existing default speed limit will be formalised to a 60 km/h Area Speed Limit to include roads as listed below:

These roads are:

  • Emerald Drive
  • Bailey Road
  • Jade Loop
  • Safari Place

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Ocean Keys Boulevard - Clarkson

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 18 May 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Ocean Keys Boulevard will occur on the 18 May 2015.

The existing built up area default speed limit will be formalised to a 40 km/h speed limit on Ocean Keys Boulevard from Marmion Avenue to Key Largo Drive.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Ewen Street - Woodlands

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 4 May 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Ewen Street will occur on the 4 May 2015.

The existing speed limit of 60 km/h will be reduced to a 50 km/h speed limit on Ewen Street from Scarborough Beach Road to Muriel Avenue.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

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Pipidinny Road - Eglinton

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 23 March 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Pipidinny Road will occur on the 23 March 2015.

The existing maximum default speed limit will be formalised to an 80 km/h speed limit on Pipidinny Road from Wanneroo Road to Marmion Avenue.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Various Roads - Wanneroo

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 9 March 2015

The existing maximum default speed limit will be formalised to an 80 km/h speed limit on roads listed below which include:

These roads are:

  • Ashby Street
  • Benmuni Road
  • Jambanis Road

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Young Road - Baldivis

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 9 March 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Young Road will occur on the 9 March 2015.

The current State default speed limit will be formalised to 80 km/h on Young Road from Doghill Road to Karnup Road.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

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Chisham Avenue - Kwinana Town Centre

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 23 February 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Chisham Avenue will occur on the 23 February 2015.

The current built up area speed limit of 50 km/h will be formalised to 40 km/h on Chisham Avenue from 30Gimore Avenue to Meares Avenue.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Tonkin Highway - Gosnells

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 23 February 2015

Changes to the speed limit on Tonkin Highway will occur on the 23 February 2015.

The current speed limit of 100 km/h will be reduced to 80 km/h on Tonkin Highway from 300 metres north of Gosnells Road East to 400 metres south of Gosnells Road West.

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

St. Leonards Estate - Dayton - Area Speed Limits

Speed Zone changes effective Monday 12 January 2015

The existing default speed limit will be formalised to a 50 km/h Area Speed Limit to include roads encircled by but not including:

These roads are:

  • Lord Street
  • Marshall Road
  • Arthur Street
  • Reid Hwy

The proposed changes will be implemented as part of Main Roads ongoing review of the speed limits in the metropolitan area.

Motorists are reminded that speeding is an offence.

 

Signal Changes

The following sets of traffic signals are scheduled for upgrade:

  • No planned upgrades

 

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Modified: 19 Aug 2015