The Greens' BikeVision 2029 proposes to make Perth the world's best city for cyclists. We could do this with just 3% of the State transport budget, plus contributions from federal and local governments, we can fill the massive gaps in the bike network, introduce a long-overdue maintenance budget and make our bike network one that works gets you from anywhere to anywhere across Perth, safely and easily.

"Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race"

HG Wells

Bike Vision: Summary

What could we get for 3% of the State transport budget with top-up from local and Federal Governments?

Safe routes to School

A primary part of Bike Vision: getting kids back on their bikes.





Building a safe, anywhere to anywhere cycling network

The key to Bike Vision: new cross-city cycling networks.


Bike Blackspot WA

This Bike Blackspot map is a compilation of cycling blackspots throughout Western Australia submitted by cyclists using the Bike Blackspot app for iPhone.


What will it cost?

The Greens believe bicycle infrastructure should be funded by all three levels of government, in a transparent way, and working towards a common and integrated vision.

Bunbury and south-west bike vision

For a growing city and region with a perfect climate and environment to cycle, it's time to get serious about providing funding for the world class bike paths and facilities Bunbury and the South West deserve. The Greens have a plan and have committed $2 million to Greater Bunbury Region and $3.2 million per year overall to the South West Region to see this happen.

Support Bike Vision

There are many ways you can show your support and help us to see Bike Vision become a reality in Perth!

Authorised by Jess McColl & Trish Cowcher, the Greens (WA), Ground Floor 445 Hay St Perth