Draft Integrated Transport Strategy

Consultation has concluded

Feedback on the Integrated Transport Strategy has now closed.

On 4 September 2015 the City of Subiaco opened consultation on the city’s Integrated Transport Strategy summary report. We would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the draft Integrated Transport Strategy.

All of your feedback was taken on-board and included in the report to council. Council discussed this report at the November 2015 council meeting and endored the updated Integrated Transport Strategy 2015. The meeting minutes can be viewed here (pages 40 to 44).

The project consultation report that was presented to Council can be viewed here

Consultation process
During the consultation for the Integrated Transport Strategy the city received numerous submissions regarding recommendations in the Draft Subiaco Bike Plan which was referred to in the Integrated Transport Strategy summary report (page 33, reference 2.3).

Many of these submissions were related to Townshend and Hamersley roads in regards to the proposed bicycle lanes. Once again, thank you to those residents who took the time to provide feedback on this aspect of the strategy.

The actions on which the city was seeking the community feedback are recommendations only. If the Integrated Transport Strategy is approved by Council, the individual projects would then require budget funding, and the city would undertake detailed community consultation on each project.

The Draft Subiaco Bike Plan referenced in Table 6-2 of the Integrated Transport Strategy summary report is a long term, high level plan in draft form only. Implementation of any actions in this plan would involve the city undertaking community consultation with key stakeholders.

If you have any questions, please contact Kumar Vadivale, Manager Infrastructure Services, on 9237 9222.

About
The Integrated Transport Strategy is a document that guides the development of an effective and integrated transport system with a range of sustainable transport options for residents, visitors and workers, that will help to make the city less car dependent. An effective and integrated transport system will help to make the city a more enjoyable place to live, work and visit.

In 2014 the City of Subiaco engaged Cardno to develop the draft Integrated Transport Strategy. The project involved a review of the 2007 Integrated Transport Strategy, literature review of state and local government policies, studies and plans, consultation with City of Subiaco staff, and stakeholder consultation with neighbouring local government authorities, state government agencies/departments, and medical and educational institutions. Cardno provided a detailed analysis of the existing and future transport network and recommendations to improve transport in Subiaco.

The Draft Integrated Transport Strategy includes actions in the five key areas below:
  1. Managing travel demand
  2. Improving walking and cycling
  3. Improving public transport
  4. Managing vehicle traffic
  5. Managing parking
Two reports were developed: a detailed report documenting the entire process and outcomes, and a summary document, which provides an accessible and concise overview of the strategy.

The Integrated Transport Strategy (2015-2020) summary report can be downloaded here.

The full, detailed report can be downloaded here.

If you have any questions, please call Cathy Gossel, Integrated Transport Officer, on 9237 9222.

Feedback on the Integrated Transport Strategy has now closed.

On 4 September 2015 the City of Subiaco opened consultation on the city’s Integrated Transport Strategy summary report. We would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the draft Integrated Transport Strategy.

All of your feedback was taken on-board and included in the report to council. Council discussed this report at the November 2015 council meeting and endored the updated Integrated Transport Strategy 2015. The meeting minutes can be viewed here (pages 40 to 44).

The project consultation report that was presented to Council can be viewed here

Consultation process
During the consultation for the Integrated Transport Strategy the city received numerous submissions regarding recommendations in the Draft Subiaco Bike Plan which was referred to in the Integrated Transport Strategy summary report (page 33, reference 2.3).

Many of these submissions were related to Townshend and Hamersley roads in regards to the proposed bicycle lanes. Once again, thank you to those residents who took the time to provide feedback on this aspect of the strategy.

The actions on which the city was seeking the community feedback are recommendations only. If the Integrated Transport Strategy is approved by Council, the individual projects would then require budget funding, and the city would undertake detailed community consultation on each project.

The Draft Subiaco Bike Plan referenced in Table 6-2 of the Integrated Transport Strategy summary report is a long term, high level plan in draft form only. Implementation of any actions in this plan would involve the city undertaking community consultation with key stakeholders.

If you have any questions, please contact Kumar Vadivale, Manager Infrastructure Services, on 9237 9222.

About
The Integrated Transport Strategy is a document that guides the development of an effective and integrated transport system with a range of sustainable transport options for residents, visitors and workers, that will help to make the city less car dependent. An effective and integrated transport system will help to make the city a more enjoyable place to live, work and visit.

In 2014 the City of Subiaco engaged Cardno to develop the draft Integrated Transport Strategy. The project involved a review of the 2007 Integrated Transport Strategy, literature review of state and local government policies, studies and plans, consultation with City of Subiaco staff, and stakeholder consultation with neighbouring local government authorities, state government agencies/departments, and medical and educational institutions. Cardno provided a detailed analysis of the existing and future transport network and recommendations to improve transport in Subiaco.

The Draft Integrated Transport Strategy includes actions in the five key areas below:
  1. Managing travel demand
  2. Improving walking and cycling
  3. Improving public transport
  4. Managing vehicle traffic
  5. Managing parking
Two reports were developed: a detailed report documenting the entire process and outcomes, and a summary document, which provides an accessible and concise overview of the strategy.

The Integrated Transport Strategy (2015-2020) summary report can be downloaded here.

The full, detailed report can be downloaded here.

If you have any questions, please call Cathy Gossel, Integrated Transport Officer, on 9237 9222.