Shared pathProject type
$19 millionTotal budget
Department of TransportLead agency
The Principal Shared Path (PSP) along Mitchell Freeway has been extended from Glendalough Station to Hutton Street, providing greater connections and convenience for people riding and walking.
The project includes the construction of two new underpasses and a new walking and cycling bridge over Scarborough Beach Road.
This project also includes large sections where the path is wider to provide people walking and riding with separate spaces.
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Media releases27 July, 2020
Missing link in Mitchell Freeway bicycle path to open today
A critical missing link in the Mitchell Freeway Principal Shared Path (PSP) between Hutton Street and Glendalough Station will open at 5pm today (July 27), making it easier and safer for people in the northern suburbs to ride to and from the Perth central business district, as well as destinations in between.
Media releases24 January, 2020
$7.6 million bike funding boost to connect Perth and regional communities
The Western Australian Government has announced a $7.6 million boost to walking and cycling paths, which will add more than 50 kilometres to the WA Bicycle Network (WABN) over the next two years.
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Concept design including underpasses and bridge