Improving Community Access and Roadside Amenity
Improve personal mobility and access needs on the road network.
About the Program
The program provides infrastructure including remote access roads; access for walking and cycling; improved access and mobility for people with a disability; integrated public transport; and improved amenities such as information bays, noise attenuation and landscaping.
Community satisfaction with cycleways and pedestrian facilities is within target and decreased slightly from last year
Major flooding events in the Kimberley significantly impacted on network availability
Contracts completed on budget is below target
|Program expenditure $ million
Works planned for next financial year include:
- Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges
- Gibb River Road – improve formation and drainage
- Improvements to the Principal Shared Path bicycle network
Some of these are already underway; visit the Projects and Initiatives section of our website to find out more.
|Total Project Cost ($ Million)
|2022-23 Cost ($ Million)
|Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges
|Construct a new pedestrian bridge alongside the Causeway.