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Draft Transport, Access and Parking Strategy for the city

The city has developed a draft Transport, Access and Parking Strategy (TAPS) to identify the strategic position of the city with regard to all aspects of transport, access and parking in Subiaco, and how they relate to one another.

TAPS is a strategic document that establishes a vision for transport and access to service the city for the next 20 years and beyond.

To ensure the draft TAPS meets the needs of the entire community the city is seeking your input on the strategy.

Within the document library, there are a number of resources that may assist with answering some of the key questions. These include: 

  • A summary document of the draft TAPS
  • Information sheets on each of the key themes identified within the draft TAPS
Consultation on this project closes at 2pm on Monday 12 June 2017.

When it comes to the transport network, please rank the following areas in order of most important to you (1) to least important to you (6). *
To view further information on each of these key themes, refer to the summary draft TAPS document pages 12-22, or the full draft TAPS document pages 31-74.
Overall, what level do you agree with the strategies identified for each key theme within the draft Transport, Access and Parking Strategy? *
Overall, what level do you agree with the strategies identified for each key theme within the draft Transport, Access and Parking Strategy? Strongly agree Somewhat agree Neutral Somewhat disagree Strongly disagree
Land use and transport integration (full document pg34-35, summary document pg13)
Walking and cycling (full document pg40-41, summary document pg14)
Public transport (full document pg50-51, summary document pg17)
Parking (full document pg62-63, summary document pg 19)
Street network (full document pg69-70, summary document pg20)
Policies, innovation and network resilience (full document 73-74, summary document pg22)
Page numbers refer to the pages within the full draft TAPS document and summary draft TAPS document for further reading.

Key themes

Following are questions that relate specifically to the key themes within the draft TAPS. Viewing the supporting documents in the document library such as the summary document - draft TAPS and the information sheets on each key theme may assist.

Walking and cycling

Further information on the key theme of walking and cycling can be found on pages 21-22 and 36-41 of the full draft TAPS document, pages 14-15 of the summary draft TAPS document and Information Sheet 2: Walking and Cycling, all located in the document library.

Would you support the implementation of bike boulevards on certain roads within the city, noting that the vehicle speeds on these roads will likely be reduced to 30km/hr and require shared zones between vehicles and bikes as per Department of Transport Guidelines?
Further information on bike boulevards can be found on pages 37-40 of the full draft TAPS document and Information Sheet 2: Walking and Cycling, located in the document library.

Public transport

Further information on the key theme of public transport can be found on pages 17-20 and 42-51 of the full draft TAPS document, pages 16-17 of the summary draft TAPS document and Information Sheet 3: Public Transport, all located in the document library.

Would you support the introduction of light rail (trams) on Hay Street to improve accessibility, connectivity and to manage vehicle congestion caused by high vehicle numbers? * required
Do you believe the existing bus services within Subiaco provide an acceptable level of service?
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Parking

Further information on the key theme of parking can be found on pages 23-26 and 52-63 of the full draft TAPS document, pages 18-19 of the summary draft TAPS document and Information Sheet 4: Parking, all located in the document library.

From the following strategies to manage on-street parking supply, which do you think will provide greatest benefit to the city and its visitors
From the following strategies to manage on-street parking supply, which do you think will provide greatest benefit to the city and its visitors Greatest benefit Moderate benefit Neutral Least benefit
An approach that encourages higher turnover of bays and manages demand
Providing motorists with real time information on availability and pricing

Street network

Further information on the key theme of the street network can be found on pages 13-17 and 64-70 of the full draft TAPS document, pages 20-21 of the summary draft TAPS document and Information Sheet 5: Street Network, all located in the document library.

Would you support the general reduction of speed limits within local streets in the city to 40km/hr?
The city is preparing to reinstate two-way traffic on Hay Street and the full length of Roberts Road to provide for improved connectivity within the city and surrounds. Of the following features, which would you consider to be beneficial to consider in the road design?
Options are limited to
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Policies, innovation and network resilience

Further information on the key theme of policies, innovation and network resilience can be found on pages 71-74 of the full draft TAPS document, page 22 of the summary draft TAPS document and Information Sheet 6: Policies, innovation and network resilience, all located in the document library.

Car sharing is a model of car rental where people rent cars for short periods of time, often by the hour. Commonly used in Sydney, Melbourne and around the world, rather than owning a car, people sign up with a car share provider and have access to a private vehicle through a shared booking system. (See information sheet 6 for more details on this). Do you think the city advocating for a car share provider to be available in Subiaco would offer benefits to the transport network over time?
For further information on car sharing, refer to Information sheet 6: Policies, innovation and network resilience, located in the document library.

A little about yourself

What is your connection to the city? * required
Options are limited to
Please tick all that apply
Which of the following transport modes do you use frequently? * required
Options are limited to
frequently refers to 3 or more times in a week
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