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Online Survey on Fremantle Railway Principal Shared Path

The WA Government is completing the Fremantle Railway Principal Shared Path (PSP) between North Fremantle (Swan River / Tydeman Road) and Grant Street rail station between 2018 – 2021, with construction of Stage 1 (Grant Street to Victoria Street) commencing in early 2019.

As part of this project, the Department of Transport is keen to hear from the community who live, work or travel in the areas surrounding the Fremantle Railway corridor between Swan River (North Fremantle) and Grant Street rail station.

We are keen to hear from all the community - people who walk and cycle through this area, as well as those who haven’t for a while, or don’t currently walk or cycle.  

The anonymous survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and your input will help guide future cycle and walking network improvements, with the survey closing on 30 December 2018.

We appreciate your time and all those who participate in the survey can enter the chance to win one of 2 x $250 Load and Go pre-paid VISA cards.

Complete the survey at www.FREOPSPCommunitysurvey.com.au

More information on the Fremantle Railway PSP project is available on the following links:

https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/activetransport/principal-shared-path-expansion-program.asp

https://project.mainroads.wa.gov.au/home/cottesloe/Pages/default.aspx

Please contact the Department of Transport team if you have any further queries on the project or survey – cycling@transport.wa.gov.au

Message posted on behalf of the WA Department of Transport on 13 December 2018.

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