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Sunday, 28 May 2017

Guildford Station Principal Shared Path Upgrade

Guildford Station Principal Shared Path Upgrade

The $760k Guildford Station principal shared path (PSP) upgrade will improve passengers’ experience by increasing safety and station access for cyclists and pedestrians.

Scope of works  

Works are underway to upgrade the principal shared path (PSP) on the southern side of Guildford Station.

The upgrade will see the existing PSP demolished, and the construction of a new PSP at a slightly different alignment, between Guildford Road Bridge and the Guildford Station (western) pedestrian level crossing. The new PSP will offer a more direct route to the station, and improve safety and accessibility by providing a wider, consistent surface for cyclists and pedestrians to travel on. Lighting will be installed along the new PSP to ensure the area is fully lit, and kerbing adjoining the new PSP will be upgraded to improve safety and accessibility. 

The completed PSP will be fully compliant with current Disability and Discrimination Act standards.

The project aligns with the WA Government's commitment to better integrating public transport and cycling infrastructure.

Construction impacts

Works began in mid-May and are expected to be finished by July 2017.

During works the existing PSP route will be temporarily diverted to the opposite side of James St, as per the map below. Traffic management will be in place to ensure safety and minimise disruption to road and PSP users.

Any further impacts will be communicated as the project progresses.

Guildford Station PSP Upgrade - PSP diversion

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More information

For more information, email projects@pta.wa.gov.au, or call 13 62 13. You may also wish to register for project updates. 

Tender information is available on the Tenders WA website.


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