Perth CBD Roadworks and Closures

The Perth Central Business District in the in process of unprecedented upgrade works with numerous projects underway. Image: Media news - Right Move Perth promo app.RCN-D14^2336628.JPG

The information published on this page brings together works by the Department of Transport (DoT), Public Transport Authority (PTA), Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) and the City of Perth (COP).

 

ANZAC Day Road Closures

The attached map below provides an overview of the road closures for the ANZAC Day March on 25 April 2014.

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Perth CBD Roadworks Map

The map below provides an overview of CBD roadworks last updated on 24 April 2014.

The map also provides detailed traffic information and alternative routes and is also available to download

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 CBD Roadworks and Closures

​Location Estimated Timeframe​ Effect​
Adelaide Terrace / Plain Street intersection

Ongoing - 24 April

9.30 am to 4.00 pm

CLOSED

Mounts Bay Road

Point Lewis Roundabout to Spring Street

Ongoing to 24 April

9.00 am to 3.00 pm

​Lane CLOSED in both directions

Mounts Bay Road

Mill Street to William Street

Ongoing to 30 April

Monday to Friday

6.00 am to 7.30 am  9.00 am to 4.00 pm

Saturday

6.00 am to 4.00 pm

​Short term closures of one eastbound lane

​Mounts Bay Road

Mercantile Lane to William Street

22 April to 6 May

9.00 am to 3.00 pm

​Single lane closure daily

St Georges Terrace

22 to 28 April

7.00 pm to 7.00 am

​Reduced to one lane eastbound

​Wellington Street

William Street to Milligan Street

Ongoing Reduced to one lane westbound & two lanes eastbound

Wellington Street / Milligan Street intersection

7 April to 24 May​ Reduced lane capacity and turning access through intersection

 

Riverside Drive Diversion

 
The new Riverside Drive Diversion route is now in operation with all traffic permanently diverted via Barrack Street, The Esplanade and William Street.
 
From 24 February, cyclists and pedestrians will no longer have access to the existing shared path along the Swan River foreshore. Cyclists and pedestrians will be diverted around the Elizabeth Quay project site and will be required to use:
  • The dual use path along the eastern side of Barrack Street.
  • The dual use path on the southern side of The Esplanade.
  • Temporary paths on William Street (that have been constructed inside the site boundary)

This route requires cyclists to cross at signals or ride with the traffic and will remain in place until 2015

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To help road users navigate the new route a new video has been created which highlights important destinations such as the Mount Hospital and freeway entry points.

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The maps below illustrate the current and future route after the permanent diversion of Riverside Drive from 28 January 2014.

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 Image: NEW - RSD Diversion - Current vs Future (east to west) image.RCN-D14^2327923.JPG

 

Modified: 25 Apr 2014