Traffic - what can we do about it?

Consultation has concluded

Read the ideas below for tackling traffic congestion in the City of Cockburn.

About 45 residents and government officers attended two workshops at the City of Cockburn on Friday 11 November.

Alleviating traffic congestion was the top issue raised by the community in the 2016 City of Cockburn Community Perceptions Scorecard. Improved footpaths and cycle ways were also raised as a key priority.

The City is working on managing traffic congestion and supporting alternative means of transport, particularly around Cockburn Central and other activity centres.

Guest speaker Queenslander Rachel Smith who is an urban transport planner and social researcher caught the train from Perth to Murdoch, en route to Spearwood, to give the presentations. She visited here to share her knowledge and help us think about reducing traffic congestion. (Rachel travelled home to the Eastern States by train too).




Read the ideas below for tackling traffic congestion in the City of Cockburn.

About 45 residents and government officers attended two workshops at the City of Cockburn on Friday 11 November.

Alleviating traffic congestion was the top issue raised by the community in the 2016 City of Cockburn Community Perceptions Scorecard. Improved footpaths and cycle ways were also raised as a key priority.

The City is working on managing traffic congestion and supporting alternative means of transport, particularly around Cockburn Central and other activity centres.

Guest speaker Queenslander Rachel Smith who is an urban transport planner and social researcher caught the train from Perth to Murdoch, en route to Spearwood, to give the presentations. She visited here to share her knowledge and help us think about reducing traffic congestion. (Rachel travelled home to the Eastern States by train too).