Bus Shelter Improvement Plan

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Consultation has concluded

Feedback on the draft Bus Shelter Improvement Plan has now closed.

We would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the draft Bus Shelter Improvement Plan.

The project consultation report that was presented to Council can be viewed here.

About the draft Bus Shelter Improvement Plan
The city aims to provide clean, safe and universally accessible bus shelters, seats and other facilities to support a more environmentally sustainable method of transport. To achieve this, the city aims to provide where possible, a full range of bus shelters including seats and bins where the physical capacity to install them exists and installation does not compromise pedestrian and residential amenity.

The Public Transport Authority determines the location of bus stops. The City of Subiaco is responsible for bus shelters and related infrastructure. The city will not be installing new bus shelters; rather the city will be replacing existing bus shelters with new bus shelters. The draft plan shows the location of the current and proposed replacement bus shelters, as well as the proposed designs. The city has a ten year program to implement the Bus Shelter Improvement Plan.

The draft plan can be viewed here.

If you have any questions, please call Cathy Gossel, Integrated Transport Officer, on 9237 9222.

Feedback on the draft Bus Shelter Improvement Plan has now closed.

We would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the draft Bus Shelter Improvement Plan.

The project consultation report that was presented to Council can be viewed here.

About the draft Bus Shelter Improvement Plan
The city aims to provide clean, safe and universally accessible bus shelters, seats and other facilities to support a more environmentally sustainable method of transport. To achieve this, the city aims to provide where possible, a full range of bus shelters including seats and bins where the physical capacity to install them exists and installation does not compromise pedestrian and residential amenity.

The Public Transport Authority determines the location of bus stops. The City of Subiaco is responsible for bus shelters and related infrastructure. The city will not be installing new bus shelters; rather the city will be replacing existing bus shelters with new bus shelters. The draft plan shows the location of the current and proposed replacement bus shelters, as well as the proposed designs. The city has a ten year program to implement the Bus Shelter Improvement Plan.

The draft plan can be viewed here.

If you have any questions, please call Cathy Gossel, Integrated Transport Officer, on 9237 9222.