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Footpaths and cycle paths

nullFootpaths are provided to assist the community and to promote our citys sustainable lifestyle getting us safely from A to B. Our Footpath improvement program for 2014/15, detailed below, is assessed on a variety of criteria and prioritised from the city centre to community facilities such as hospitals, schools and retirement facilities to local community centres and cycle paths.






Proposed footpath upgrades for 2014/15


Location

Scope

Status

Hensman Road
Keightley Road to Nicholson Road (east)

   

Hensman Road
Keightley Road to Gloster Street (west)

 

 

Aberdare Road
Herbert Road to Derby Road (north)

 

 

Austin Street
Keightley Road to Nicholson Road (north)

 

 

Bedford Avenue
Bagot Road to cul de sac (west)

 

 

Bishop Street
Upham Street to Upham Street +64m (east)

 

 

Gloster Street
Coleraine Street to View Street (north)

 

 

Hensman Road
Bagot Road to cul de sac (east)

 

 

Hensman Road
Bagot Road to cul de sac (west)

 

 

Heytesbury Road
Chester Street to Salisbury Street (north)

 

 

Heytesbury Road
Ada Street to Railway Road (north)

 

 

Morgan Street
Railway Road to Fortune Street (south)

 

 

Myers Street
Fairway + 38m (north)

 

 

Robinson Terrace
Troy Terrace to cul de sac (north)

 

 

View Street
Gloster Street to Heytesbury Road (east)

 

 

Thomas Street
Barker Road to Hay Street and Roberts Road to Subiaco Road

 

 

Waylen Road
Railway Road to Herbert Road (south)

 

 
 

Our footpaths are assessed on various factors such as their condition, history of repairs,  usage  frequency, proximity to pedestrian attractions, existing utility services in the road reserve, community needs such as nursing homes, hospitals and schools and whether the street has single or parallel footpaths.

To report footpath damages or for more information on footpaths or proposed footpath improvements please contact the city.