Tuesday 19 March 2024, 1-2.00 pm AEDT
The Department of Transport Western Australia has been working with Western Australian local governments to develop, trial and evaluate ‘safe active streets’ to encourage more people to walk, wheel and ride in their communities.
The pilot program trialled and adapted common local area traffic management treatments to create 30 km/h environments with unique designs created that reflect local community needs and context.
This webinar explores the origins of the program, how and why it started, it will share high-level insights from the evaluation, including what worked, what didn’t and what was learnt along the way. It will also share ‘where to next’ for the program and how this work will be used to inform guidelines to support the delivery of safe active street infrastructure by local government into the future.
The webinar will be presented by Caroline Elliott and Liza Picton, moderated by Sam Bolton.
There will be question and answer opportunities during the session.
Caroline Elliott | Coordinator Strategic Projects and Programs
Liza Picton | Evaluation Coordinator
Urban Mobility, Department of Transport, Western Australia
No charge but registration is essential. Can’t make the live session? Register you’ll be sent you a link to the recording.