Cycling

Cycling is good for our health, community, economy and environment. WA’s cycling rates are significantly higher than the national average and bicycle sales across Australia have been substantially exceeding sales of motor vehicles since 2001.

The National Cycling Strategy 2011 - 2016  is coordinated by the Australian Bicycle Council and confirms the Federal Government’s commitment to cycling for work, transport and recreation. The Western Australian State Government released the draft Western Australian Bicycle Network 2011 - 2016  in March 2012. The draft Plan maps the way ahead to service WA’s expanding cycling needs for the next 10 years.

DRAFT Mosman Park Cycling & Pedestrian Plan 2012 - 2032

The draft Plan sets a strategic direction for the future planning of cycling and walking in Mosman Park from a recreational and transport perspective. The draft Plan was available for public comment from 6 January - 17 February 2012.

The public comment period on the draft Plan has now closed. Thank you to all of those who made a submission. A total of 141 submissions were made and the results are currently being analysed. Council will now discuss the project in an appropriate manner.

The materials for the draft Plan are still available, see below. Or you may request hardcopies from the Administration Centre.
 
The Information Pack contains all relevant materials, download here (file size 1.1MB)

Or download each document separately:

DRAFT Capital Works Plan
Network Plan
Frequently Asked Questions
Community Engagement Process Chart

The full draft Mosman Park Cycling and Pedestrian Plan 2012 – 2032 may be downloaded here (file size 2.4MB).

Cycle Skills Workshops

The Town offers cycle skills workshops in conjunction with WestCycle (Formerly Cycling Western Australia). They are normally offered in March to coincide with Cycle Instead Bike Week.

Below are links to more information on cycling:

Bicycling Western Australia
Cycling Western Australia
 

 

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National Relay Service

People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.

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Solar Power at the Administration

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