Whitfield St - Safe Active Street

Consultation has concluded

Safe active streets create quieter local roads and a safer environment for families, pedestrians and bike riders. With the speed limit reduced and the implementation of various traffic calming measures such as raised platforms and slow points, streets become much safer for the community to enjoy. Additional trees and greenery are also planted to provide a shade for street users and improve the visual appeal of the street.


The quiet and leafy streets of Bassendean are great places to walk and ride, with shops, cafes and community facilities close at hand. To improve safety and increase the uptake of walking and cycling in the area, the Whitfield Safe Active Street Project focuses on:

• Improving access to key community facilities;

• Connecting existing high quality paths to key destinations;

• Improving crossings at main east-west roads; and

• Improving signage and wayfinding.


Feedback period will be open until 5pm on Monday 5th March 2018.





The quiet and leafy streets of Bassendean are great places to walk and ride, with shops, cafes and community facilities close at hand. To improve safety and increase the uptake of walking and cycling in the area, the Whitfield Safe Active Street Project focuses on:

• Improving access to key community facilities;

• Connecting existing high quality paths to key destinations;

• Improving crossings at main east-west roads; and

• Improving signage and wayfinding.


Feedback period will be open until 5pm on Monday 5th March 2018.




  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    The Town of Bassendean and Department of Transport have partnered to develop the Whitfield
    Safe Active Street Project. Safe active streets create quieter local roads and a safer environment for
    families, pedestrians and bike riders.
    The Whitfield Street corridor was identified as suitable for a safe active street treatment because it is
    a key local connection that runs north to south through the southern half of the Town, and is relatively
    flat compared to surrounding streets. The corridor provides connections to a range of community
    facilities and key cycle network routes.

    The Town of Bassendean and Department of Transport have partnered to develop the Whitfield
    Safe Active Street Project. Safe active streets create quieter local roads and a safer environment for
    families, pedestrians and bike riders.
    The Whitfield Street corridor was identified as suitable for a safe active street treatment because it is
    a key local connection that runs north to south through the southern half of the Town, and is relatively
    flat compared to surrounding streets. The corridor provides connections to a range of community
    facilities and key cycle network routes.

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please register for the community information session.

    WHEN: Thursday, 1 March 2018

    TIME: 7:00pm

    VENUE: The Seniors Community Hall, 50 Old Perth Road, Bassendean

    Please register for the session by clicking 'Take Survey' below, or call 9377 9000.


    Please register for the community information session.

    WHEN: Thursday, 1 March 2018

    TIME: 7:00pm

    VENUE: The Seniors Community Hall, 50 Old Perth Road, Bassendean

    Please register for the session by clicking 'Take Survey' below, or call 9377 9000.


    Consultation has concluded