Hope Road Shared Path Upgrades

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Background

The City of Cockburn has received $290,000 in funding assistance from Department of Transport to upgrade the path on Hope Road, between Bibra Drive and Pausin Crescent in Bibra Lake.

This path is an essential link for people who walk and ride bikes, connecting to the Kwinana Freeway and Bibra Lake shared paths. However, it is currently considered sub-standard.

The upgrades aim to help people aged 8 – 80 going to work, school or Murdoch University. A safer path will help to encourage less confident riders and families to start riding for transport. The upgraded path will be built off road to reduce interaction with vehicles and to encourage more people to commute on their bike instead of car.

A draft design for the upgraded path has been developed. The proposed design overcomes several challenges on Hope Road, such as the change in ground levels, driveways and underground services.

Please view the draft design and share your feedback. Community input will be considered as we review the draft design and develop a more detailed design.

Please note this is a City of Cockburn project and is not part of the Main Roads WA Murdoch Drive Connection Project. Read our FAQs to find out more.

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Closes 4pm 4 November 2020
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Background

The City of Cockburn has received $290,000 in funding assistance from Department of Transport to upgrade the path on Hope Road, between Bibra Drive and Pausin Crescent in Bibra Lake.

This path is an essential link for people who walk and ride bikes, connecting to the Kwinana Freeway and Bibra Lake shared paths. However, it is currently considered sub-standard.

The upgrades aim to help people aged 8 – 80 going to work, school or Murdoch University. A safer path will help to encourage less confident riders and families to start riding for transport. The upgraded path will be built off road to reduce interaction with vehicles and to encourage more people to commute on their bike instead of car.

A draft design for the upgraded path has been developed. The proposed design overcomes several challenges on Hope Road, such as the change in ground levels, driveways and underground services.

Please view the draft design and share your feedback. Community input will be considered as we review the draft design and develop a more detailed design.

Please note this is a City of Cockburn project and is not part of the Main Roads WA Murdoch Drive Connection Project. Read our FAQs to find out more.

Have Your Say

Closes 4pm 4 November 2020
online iconSurvey
Complete the survey
below
Email iconEmail
Write a submission to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au


Find Out More

icon Draft Design
View the
Draft Design
FAQ iconFAQ
Read the
Frequently Asked Questions
question iconAsk Us A Question
Post on the Q&A tool
below
phone iconContact Us
Ph 08 9411 3444
E customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Take this quick survey to share your feedback on the draft design.

    Please note this is a City of Cockburn project, partially funded by Department of Transport. It is not part of the Murdoch Drive Connection Project completed by Main Roads WA.  

    Consultation has concluded
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