Speeding vehicles are an unwelcome part of any community, let alone the community friendly streets of Mosman Park. If you witness a speeding vehicle, please take down the relevant information such as make, model, colour and license plate number contact local law enforcement as below:
- If Police attendance is required immediately call 131 444
- Otherwise complete a Traffic Complaint Report here
The Town conducts routine traffic data collection on its roads and reviews the speeds of vehicles on each particular site relative to similar streets to determine where efforts should be placed. If there is an area in the Town that is of concern for vehicle’s speeding, the Town can employ a range of traffic management devices temporary or permanent to assist with road speed compliance. In instances where these devices may not be appropriate, the Town may employ other means to encourage speed compliance.
Annually, the Town of Mosman Park deploys traffic counters on various sites around Mosman Park. These counters collect a range of information including, vehicle volumes, types and speed. The Town takes all of this information and ensures that the correct level of service is being or is going to be provided for the road users in accordance with the Towns’ Strategic Direction.
Traffic Speeds & Vehicle Counts FAQ
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.
PAST PROJECTS - 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
Or download each document separately:
DRAFT Capital Works Plan
Frequently Asked Questions
Community Engagement Process Chart
The full draft Mosman Park Cycling and Pedestrian Plan 2012 may be downloaded here.