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1 MONITORING OF THE PERTH BICYCLE NETWORK 2011 Prepared for Department of Transport: Bikewest June 2011 Prepared By Painted Dog Research Chris Batini 1 P a g e

2 CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY... 4 Total for All Counts... 4 Group A Spot and Screen Line Counts... 5 Fremantle Cordon Count... 6 Perth Cordon Counts... 7 Group B Spot and Screen Line Counts INTRODUCTION Background Objectives Methodology Definition and Coding of Sites and Locations Data Collection Approach Observations Dates And Times Weather Conditions Count Procedures Data collection and survey forms Site selection Selection and training of research assistants KEY FINDINGS Group A Group A Spot Counts There were three Group A spot counts conducted on April 5 th, 2011 including: Site A1 Parliament House PSP; Site A2 LBR NE 15 Beechboro; and Site A3 LBR SE 16 & 27 Bentley Site A1, Parliament House PSP Site A2, LBR NE 15 Beechboro Site A3, LBR SE 16 & 27, Bentley Group A Spot Count - Summary Group A Screen Line Counts There were seven screen line counts conducted in Group A on April 4 th and 5 th, 2011 including: Site A4 Harold Street East Perth; Site A5 John/Francis Streets, Northbridge; Site A6 Murdoch Drive, Winthrop; Site A7 Sackville Terrace, Doubleview; Site A8 Surrey Road, Kewdale; Site A9 Claremont, adjacent Show Grounds; and Site A10 Welshpool Road, Albany Highway Site A4, Local Bicycle Route Ne 26 East Perth Site A5, LBR NE 4, Northbridge Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8, Winthrop SITE A7, LBR NW 1 DOUBLEVIEW SITE A8, LBR, SE 21 KEWDALE Site A9, Claremont Principle Transport Route Site A10, Spot Improvement Welshpool Rd PSP Group A Screen Line Count Totals Fremantle CBD Cordon Count Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 3 Hour Counts Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 12 Hour Counts Perth CBD Cordon Count Perth CBD Cordon Count 3 hour Counts Perth CBD Cordon Count 12 hour Counts P a g e

3 Perth CBD Pedestrian and Spot Counts Group B Results Group B Spot Counts Site B1, Mounts Bay Road Site B2, McCallum Park paths Site B3, West Leederville PSP Site B4, Alfred Cove, Melville Site B13, RRP/LBR NW9 Salvado Rd & Jersey St Jolimont Group B Spot Count Totals Group B Screen Line Counts Site B5, LBR SW 5 Canning Highway, Applecross Site B6, LBR SE 26 Hordern St, Vic Park Site B7, CBD 2 Aberdeen St (at Palmerton St) Site B8, PSP CBD James, Roe, Wellington Site B9, PSP Mitchell Freeway / Lake Monger Site B10, PSP Stirling Road, Claremont Site B11, LBR SW 38 Rockingham Site B12, RRP South Perth Foreshore Group B Screenline Count Totals APPENDICES Appendix I: Site and Location Summary Appendix II: Briefing Notes Appendix III: Count Sheet Example 3 P a g e

4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Total for All Counts The 2011 total count shows a modest 1% increase in cyclist numbers compared to Total cyclist numbers have increased only slightly in 2011 by just 240 across all count sites to 23,147, representing a 1% increase compared to the 2010 results and a 285% increase compared to the baseline results. For both Group A and B (spot and screenline) a total of 8,168 cyclists were observed in 2011 representing an increase of 30% compared to the 2010 results and an increase of 240% compared to the baseline results. Conversely, the Fremantle cordon count recorded a total of 1,253 cyclists in 2011, representing a 30% decrease compared to 2010 results and a 33% increase compared to baseline results. The Perth cordon count also recorded a decrease compared to 2010, with 13,726 cyclists counted, representing a 7% decrease. However, the 2011 result remains 414% above the figures recorded in the baseline count. Table 1. All counts Baselines vs and 2011 ALL COUNTS Baseline GROUP A (SPOT AND SCREEN) GROUP B TOTALS (SPOT AND SCREEN) TOTAL GROUP A AND B TOTAL FREMANTLE CORDON TOTAL PERTH CORDON ALL COUNTS - TOTAL P a g e

5 Group A Spot and Screen Line Counts Both Group A Spot and Screenline counts have increased quite substantially in Group A spot counts were conducted on April 5 th, 2011 between 6.30 am and 9.30 am and 3.30 pm and 6.30 pm. Overall, 594 cyclists were observed in total representing a 128% increase for the Group A spot counts from This is shown in Table 1 below. Group A screenline counts were conducted on April 4 th and 5 th, 2011 between 6.30 am and 9.30 am, 3.30 am and 6.30 pm or 3.00 pm and 6.00 pm. Overall, significant increases compared to 2010 (47%) and the base line (131%) were observed. Across both Group A Spot and Screenline Counts there were 2,638 cyclists observed in This represents a 60% increase on 2010 results and a 153% increase on the 1998 baseline. Table 2. Group A: Summary of Spot and Screen Line Counts Group A: Summary of Spot Counts Site A1 Parliament House PSP Site A2 LBR NE 15 Beechboro Site A3 - LBR SE16 & 27, Bentley TOTAL SPOT COUNTS Group A: Summary of Screen Line Counts Site A4, A LBR NE 26 East Perth Site A5, LBR NE 4 Northbridge Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8, Winthrop Site A7, LBR NW 1 Doubleview Site A8, LBR, SE 21 Welshpool Site A9, Claremont Principle Transport Route Site A10, Spot Improvement Welshpool Rd PSP TOTAL SCREEN LINE COUNTS TOTAL ALL GROUP A COUNTS P a g e

6 Fremantle Cordon Count The total Fremantle Cordon Count has decreased by 30% in In total, there were 502 cyclists counted entering and exiting the Fremantle CBD in the 3 hour time period of 6.30 am and 9.30 pm on April 7 th, This represents a 40% decrease on 2010 observations but a 45% increase on the 1998 baseline. Four sites in the Fremantle CBD Cordon were observed for 12 hours between 6.30 am and 6.30 pm on April 7 th, A total of 751 cyclists were observed in 2011 and this represents a 22% decrease on 2010 results but a 26% increase on the 1998 baseline. The data is summarised in Table 2 below. Table 3. Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 3 and 12 Hour Counts Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 3 Hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL F-A Beach, Cnr James St F-B Quarry St, cnr James St F-C Finnerty St, cnr James St F-D Ellen St, cnr Ord St F-E High St, cnr Ord F-F Knutsford St, cnr Hampton Rd F-G Fothergill St, cnr Hampton Rd F-H Alma St, cnr Hampton Rd F-I Attfield St, Cnr Stevens St F-J Brennan St, cnr Little Howard F-K South Tce, cnr Wray Ave F-L Mews Rd F-M Marine Tce, opposite Howard St F-N Train Station TOTAL Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 12 Hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL F-A Beach, Cnr James St F-E High St, cnr Ord F-K South Tce, cnr Wray Ave F-M Marine Tce, opposite Howard St TOTAL TOTAL ALL SITES P a g e

7 Perth Cordon Counts The total Perth Cordon Count has decreased by 7% in The Perth CBD Cordon Count was conducted on April 6 th, 2011 between 6.30 am and 6.30 pm. The Cordon Count encompassed both 3 hour and 12 hour counts sites. Table 3 below shows the total counts for both 3 and 12 hour counts. Across the 3 hour counts there were a total of 6,586 cyclists spread across the 20 locations. This represents a 24% decrease on 2011 observations, but a 335% increase on the 1998 baseline. For the 12 hour sites, there were a total of 7,140 cyclists spread across the nine 12 hour locations. This represents a 16% increase on 2010 observations and counts are also higher for the three sites which were included in the 12 hour count in Table 4. Total Perth CBD Counts (3 and 12 hour counts) Total Perth CBD Counts hour counts hour counts TOTAL SPOT COUNTS The 3 hour and 12 hour count sites are outlined in further detail in Tables 4 and 5 overleaf. 7 P a g e

8 Table 5. Perth Cordon Count 3 hour Counts Perth Cordon Count 3 hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL 1 Heirisson Island a Windan Bridge South and foreshore path 3 East St, between Freeway and Kensington Sts 4 Claisebrook Rd pedestrian Bridge Lord St, cnr Royal St McIver Station (entering and exiting station only) 7 Moore / Pier St & 7b Roe / Stirling St Barrack St, cnr Wellington St Station side entrance** Perth Station main entrance Horseshoe Bridge Lumiere Footbridge, between Ent Cent and Roe St 13a Bike Path at Market, near George St P a g e

9 Perth Cordon Count 3 hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL 13b George St, cnr Wellington St George St, before Hay St George St, near Murray St Malcom St, between Harvest Tce and the freeway Mount St Footbridge Mounts Bay Rd Narrows Bridge West Narrows Bridge East TOTAL P a g e

10 Table 6. Perth Cordon Count 12 hour Counts Perth Cordon Count 12 hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL 1 Heirisson Island a Windan Bridge South, foreshore path a Windan Bridge South, bridge b Windan Bridge North, bridge McIver Station (entering and exiting station only) 12 Lumiere Footbridge, between Ent Cent and Roe St 16 Malcom St, between Harvest Tce and the freeway Narrows Bridge West Narrows Bridge East TOTAL P a g e

11 Group B Spot and Screen Line Counts The Group B Spot count decreased slightly in 2011 while the Screenline count increased by 39%. The Group B Spot Counts were conducted on the 10 th and 11 th of April, In total, 1720 cyclists were observed at these counts between the times of 6.30 am and 9.30 pm. This result represents a slight decrease of 8% on 2010 results, but an overall increase of 285% since the baseline. The Group B Screenline Counts were conducted on April 12 th and 13 th. In total there were 3,810 cyclists observed in the Group B screenline which represents an increase of 39% on 2010 results and a 319% increase on the 1999 baseline. Across both Group B Spot and Screenline Counts there were a total of 5,530 cyclists observed. This represents an increase of 20% on 2010 results and a 307% increase on the 1999 baseline. This is outlined in Table 6 below. Table 7. Group B Spot and Screen Line Counts Group B Spot Count Totals Site B1 Mounts Bay Rd, near Quarry Point (path and road) Site B2 McCallum Park path, before Taylor St Site B3 West Leederville PSP (Subiaco Oval Side), near Train Station Site B4 Alfred Cove path, near Cunningham St Site B13 Jersey St, cnr of Salvado Rd TOTAL SPOT COUNTS Group B Screen Line Count Totals B5 LBR SW 5 Canning Highway, Applecross B6 LBR SE 26 Hordern St, Vic Park B7 CBD 2 Aberdeen St (at Palmerton St) B8 PSP CBD James, Roe, Wellington B9 PSP Mitchell Freeway / Lake Monger B10 PSP Stirling Road, Claremont B11 LBR SW 38 Rockingham B12 RRP South Perth Foreshore TOTAL SCREEN LINE COUNTS GROUP B TOTALS P a g e

12 INTRODUCTION Background Currently only one in four Western Australian adults are getting the minimum of thirty minutes of physical activity they need each day for good health. Bikewest as part of the Department of Transport is responsible for encouraging and facilitating community participation and engagement in cycling-related activities. As a part of this, The Perth Bicycle Network (PBN) plan defines a strategic network of bicycle routes through the Perth metropolitan area, and is being implemented by the Department of Transport (DOT) in conjunction with Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA) and metropolitan local government authorities. The PBN essentially consists of Local Bicycle Routes (LBRs), which are mainly on quiet suburban streets; Principal Shared Paths (PSPs) on railway and freeway reserves; and Recreational Shared Paths, primarily around the Swan and Canning Rivers, along the west coast and a City to Sea Greenway between Perth City and the coast. To assist in monitoring cycling participation and future funding requirements, user surveys have been undertaken annually since 1996 in order to assess the effectiveness of the PBN program on cycle usage. It is proposed to further develop the trend information by undertaking surveys of bicycle traffic numbers during 2011, 2012 and The Perth Bicycle Network is part of the Bike Ahead: Bicycle Strategy for the 21 st Century which seeks to set out the actions needed to enable the bicycle to play its role in ensuring that the people of Perth continue to have high levels of access to goods, services and activities without sacrificing the clean air and attractive environment which most people value in Perth. Bike Ahead emphasises development of a network of cycle facilities which: is Convenient, accessible and safe; is Comprehensive, providing access to most destinations for most cyclists; establishes Connectivity; and has regional Coverage. In 2011 the Department of Transport appointed Painted Dog Research for a three year contract to conduct this study the Monitoring of the Perth Bicycle Network - as a follow-up to the previous Perth Bicycle Network (PBN) monitoring studies: 1996 Monitoring of the Perth CBD; CBD Bicycle Cordon Count 1998 (Swadling, D.1998); 1998 Monitoring Services for the Perth Bicycle Network (Swadling, D. 1998); Service for Monitoring Usage of PBN Routes 1999 (Mabbott, N. & Swadling, D.1999); 12 P a g e

13 Monitoring Usage of PBN Routes 2000 CBD Supplement (Cornwell, D. & Mabbott, N. 2000); Monitoring Usage of PBN Routes 2000 (Cornwell, D. & Mabbott, N. 2000); Monitoring Usage of PBN Routes 2000 Supplement (Cornwell, D. & Mabbott, N. 2000); Monitoring Usage of Perth Bicycle Network Routes 2001 (Cornwell, D. 2001) and; Monitoring Usage of Perth Bicycle Network Routes 2001 Supplement (Cornwell, D. 2001); Monitoring Usage of Perth Bicycle Network Routes for 2002 (Cornwell, D. 2002); Usage of Perth Bicycle Network Routes for 2003 (BSD Consultants. 2003); Summary Report on Monitoring Usage of Perth Bicycle Network Routes 2004 (Cornwell, D. 2004); Summary Report on Monitoring Usage of Perth Bicycle Network Routes 2005 (Cornwell, D. & Roberts P. 2005); Monitoring of the Perth Bicycle Network 2006 (Cornwell, D. & Barker, B. 2006); Monitoring of the Perth Bicycle Network 2007 (Roberts, P. 2007); Monitoring of the Perth Bicycle Network 2008 (Roberts, P. 2008); Monitoring of the Perth Bicycle Network 2009 (Roberts, P. 2009); Monitoring of the Perth Bicycle Network 2010 (Roberts, P. & Rodwell, L. 2010). 13 P a g e

14 Objectives The overall strategic research objective in monitoring the Perth Bicycle Network is: To provide Bikewest with annual bicycle and pedestrian counts across key strategic locations in Perth to assist with the ongoing assessment of the The Perth Bicycle Network (PBN) plan and Bike Ahead: Bicycle Strategy for the 21 st Century targets and key KPI's The specific research and information objectives of this research are to: 1. Collect Cyclist and Pedestrian count information on an annual basis using an established and rigorous methodology. 2. Analyse this data and compare to previous years' data. 3. Provide interpretation, advice and recommendations where relevant based on the outcomes of the data analyses. 14 P a g e

15 Methodology Definition and Coding of Sites and Locations The project was divided into two parts: Group A and Group B sites. Group A included: Three spot counts; Seven screenline counts; One cordon count of the Fremantle Central Business District (CBD); One cordon count of the Perth CBD. Research assistants were stationed at a total of 72 locations to collect the relevant data for Group A sites. Group B included: Four spot counts; Eight screen line counts. Research assistants were stationed at 36 locations to collect the relevant data for Group B. A spot count consists of a data capture point at one site in isolation, whereas a screen line count consists of a series of data capture points, arranged so as to allow determination of whether the Perth Bicycle Network (PBN) route is being utilised or whether cyclists are using parallel routes. A cordon count consists of data capture points located at major entry and exit points to the CBD so as to allow determination of the total number of cyclists entering and exiting the CBD area. As was the case for the previous surveys, a simple coding system was utilised to identify the different locations at which the research assistants gathered data. Group A spot and screen line counts were prefixed with an A, followed by the site number and relevant letter for specific site locations (e.g. A4-B); Group B spot and screen line count sites were organised in the same way as Group A sites, except that Group B sites were prefixed with a B ; The Fremantle cordon count was prefixed with an F, followed by a letter to discriminate between site locations (e.g. F-G). Perth cordon count sites were given a number from A full summary of the sites, locations, dates times and other site specific details can be found in Appendix I. Data Collection Approach Data Collection Approach Manual Bicycle Traffic Spot Counts 3 locations covering 3 count sites x 3 hours Total 9 observational hours Manual Bicycle Traffic Group A Screenlines 7 locations covering 33 count sites x 3 hours Total 99 observational hours Perth Bicycle Cordon Counts 20 locations covering 20 count sites x 3 hours plus 9 locations covering 9 count sites x additional 9 hours Total 141 observational hours Perth CBD Pedestrian Counts 6 locations covering 6 count sites x 3 hours conducted concurrently with the Central Perth Cordon Count sites Total 0 additional observational hours Fremantle Bicycle Cordon Counts 10 locations covering 10 count sites x 3 hours plus 4 locations covering 4 count sites x 12 hours Total 78 observational hours Group B Route Counts 4 locations covering 4 count sites x 3 hours Total 12 observational hours Manual Bicycle Traffic Group B Screenlines 9 locations covering 31 count sites x 3 hours Total 93 observational hours 15 P a g e

16 Observations Dates And Times This year s count was scheduled between April 4 th and April 14 th, 2011 and was 1 week later than the 2010 dates which brings them back in line with those for All counts took place outside of school and public holidays. All counts were representative of the normal working weekday. Two sites were rescheduled to account for personnel error and these are detailed within the report where relevant. These sites were re-surveyed on a parallel day the following week at the same time as originally scheduled. Weather Conditions The weather was mostly fine throughout the survey period and did not result in any sites being rescheduled. Weather conditions on each of the days of the survey are described below in Table 8. In accordance with the Bureau of Meteorology, weather for each day is recorded until 3.00 pm in each 24 hour period. Table 8. Weather conditions in the research period Temps Max wind gust Date Rain Day (April) Min Max Dir Spd Time C C mm km/h local 4 Mo NNE 35 08:23 5 Tu NNE 35 09:20 6 We WSW 28 14:34 7 Th W 46 15:00 8 Fr SSE 35 13:29 9 Sa NE 41 12:55 10 Su NE 44 10:06 11 Mo WSW 37 15:01 12 Tu SSW 39 10:13 13 We SSW 39 14:12 14 Th NE 33 08:58 Count Procedures A team of experienced research assistants were deployed by a professional market research fieldwork service provider, West Coast Field Services, and their tasks included: Recording bicycle traffic and some pedestrian traffic at selected sites throughout the Perth Metropolitan area; Quality control of spot counts, screen line counts and cordon counts; Validation and checking of the collected data to minimise data collection errors; Data entry. The research assistants were deployed and monitored by a supervisor for each site or cordon and were instructed to display identification which explained the reason for their activity. At each site, the research assistants were positioned at the locations as per the map and instructions supplied to them. Each research assistant recorded the number of bicycles and/or pedestrians in fifteen-minute blocks. This 16 P a g e

17 continued until the research assistant finished the shift or was relieved. Full instructions on how to count the sites were provided in the briefing notes to the research assistants and these notes can be found in Appendix II. Four of the Fremantle CBD cordon count locations and nine of the Perth CBD cordon count locations were 12 hour counts which were divided into 4 x 3 hour shifts. None of the research assistants were permitted to work longer than 3 hours continuously. This was to avoid contamination of data through fatigue and boredom effects. Data collection and survey forms The data recording forms were updated slightly from previous years and were customised to each location s unique characteristics including directions, measurement unit, time and date. Site specific information was also included in the work sheet as well as a photo map of the locations and the directions to be counted. A sample count sheet is provided in Appendix III. Site selection Sites were the same Group A and Group B sites from previous monitoring. All sites were inspected by the Painted Dog Research field team before commencement of counts to ensure that there were no significant changes to the sites that would impact on the survey. As the Raine Square overpass is no longer operational, the count at site 9 in the Perth cordon count was excluded from the study this year. Selection and training of research assistants The research assistants were sourced from Painted Dog Research s field partner West Coast Field Services. All personnel underwent a full face to face briefing prior to the commencement of the survey. The briefing included: Instruction in the definition of bicycles: o Any two or three wheeled cycle which was either ridden or pushed by a person past the observation point; o Cycles that had motors attached or were carried on a vehicle were not to be included. Specific instructions on site location; Directions in which the cyclists should be counted for spot and cordon counts; To arrive at their location early to obtain the best position available for monitoring traffic; Information related to occupational health and safety considerations for this project; The tools required for the researchers included: o Timepieces; o Recording sheets; o Pencils and clipboards. 17 P a g e

18 KEY FINDINGS 18 P a g e

19 Group A Group A Sites include: Group A spot counts; Group A screenline counts; Fremantle CBD cordon; Perth CBD cordon. The results of the Group A counts are outlined in the next sections. Group A Spot Counts There were three Group A spot counts conducted on April 5 th, 2011 including: Site A1 Parliament House PSP; Site A2 LBR NE 15 Beechboro; and Site A3 LBR SE 16 & 27 Bentley. Site A1, Parliament House PSP There were 522 cyclists counted using the Parliament House PSP in This is a significant increase of 500% on 2010, as well as a 691% increase on the 1998 baseline. Table 9 shows the count data for the site below. Table 9. Site A1, Parliament House PSP Site A1, Parliament House PSP North South TOTAL DATE 5 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD Figure 1. Site A1, Parliament House PSP 19 P a g e

20 Site A2, LBR NE 15 Beechboro In 2011 there were only 12 cyclists counted along the Beechboro LBR which represents an 82% decrease on 2010 observations. It also represents a 68% decrease on the baseline result. Table 10 shows the count data for the site below. Table 10. Site A2, LBR NE 15 Beechboro Site A2 LBR NE Beechboro North South East West TOTAL DATE 5 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD Figure 2. Site A2, LBR NE 15 Beechboro Site A3, LBR SE 16 & 27, Bentley There were 60 cyclists counted in 2011 at the Bentley LBR. This represents a 43% decrease on the 2010 result, but a 5% increase on the 1998 baseline result. More cyclists were counted traveling in a Westerly direction. Table 11 shows the count data for the site below. Table 11. Site A3, LBR SE16 & 27, Bentley Site A3 - LBR SE16 & 27, Bentley North South East West Total DATE 5 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD Figure 3. Site A3, LBR SE16 & 27, Bentley 20 P a g e

21 Group A Spot Count - Summary Group A spot counts were conducted on the April 5 th, 2011 between 6.30 am and 9.30 am and 3.30 pm and 6.30 pm. Table 12 below summarises the total counts for each site against the 1998 baseline and While a significant increase in cyclists was observed at Site A1, counts at both Sites A2 and A3 were lower than previous years. Overall, 594 cyclists were observed in total representing a 128% increase for the Group A spot counts from 2010 and a 271% increase compared to baseline. Table 12. Group A Spot Count Summary Group A Spot Count Totals Site A1 Parliament House PSP Site A2 LBR NE 15 Beechboro Site A3 - LBR SE16 & 27, Bentley TOTAL Figure 4 below shows the counts for each site and the proportion change against both 2010 and 1998 baseline results. 522 Group A Spot Count Site A1 Parliament House PSP Site A2 LBR NE 15 Beechboro Site A3 - LBR SE16 & 27, Bentley 500% 691% % change % change 2011 vs % change 2011 vs baseline 5% -82% -68% -43% Site A1 Parliament House PSP Site A2 LBR NE 15 Beechboro Site A3 - LBR SE16 & 27, Bentley Figure 4. Group A Spot Count Summary 21 P a g e

22 Group A Screen Line Counts There were seven screen line counts conducted in Group A on April 4 th and 5 th, 2011 including: Site A4 Harold Street East Perth; Site A5 John/Francis Streets, Northbridge; Site A6 Murdoch Drive, Winthrop; Site A7 Sackville Terrace, Doubleview; Site A8 Surrey Road, Kewdale; Site A9 Claremont, adjacent Show Grounds; and Site A10 Welshpool Road, Albany Highway. Site A4, Local Bicycle Route Ne 26 East Perth Site A4 is a screen line count with 8 locations as shown in Figure 5 below. Figure 5. Site A4, LBR NE 26 East Perth Table 13 on the following page shows the directional and total counts for each location compared with 2010 results and the 1998 baseline. A total of 1033 cyclists were counted along the screenline in 2011 with the majority travelling in a southerly direction (which is consistent with previous years). This total represents a 76% increase on 2010 and a 264% increase on the 1998 baseline. The increase was consistently reflected across all locations. 22 P a g e

23 Table 13. Site A4, LBR NE 26 East Perth Site A4, A LBR NE 26 East Perth North South West TOTAL North South West TOTAL North South West TOTAL A4-A William St, Cnr Vincent St A4-B Beaufort St, Cnr Harold St A4-C Curtis St, Cnr Harold St A4-D Lord St, Cnr Harold St A4-E West Pde, Cnr Harold St A4-F East Pde, Near Zebinia St A4-G Joel Tce, cnr Gardiner St A4-H Cycle Path between Summers St and Banks Reserve TOTAL DATE 5 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

24 Site A5, LBR NE 4, Northbridge Site A5 includes 4 locations along John and Francis Streets in Northbridge. Figure 6. Site A5, LBR NE 4 Northbridge Table 14 overleaf outlines the observations for the four locations in this screenline. A total of 464 cyclists were counted in 2011 which represents a 104% increase on 2010 results and a 239% increase on the 1998 baseline. Almost all locations reflected this increase except for A5-C, Parker St, which remained almost the same as the 2010 observation. As with previous years, most cyclists were observed traveling in a northerly direction. 24 P a g e

25 Table 14. Site A5, LBR NE 4 Northbridge Site A5, LBR NE 4 Northbridge North South TOTAL North South TOTAL North South TOTAL A5-A Fitzgerald St, Cnr John St A5-B Shenton St, Cnr John St A5-C Parker St, opposite Francis St A5-D Lake St, Cnr Francis St TOTAL DATE 4 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

26 Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8, Winthrop Site A6 includes 4 locations along Murdoch Drive in Winthrop. Figure 7. Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8, Winthrop Table 15 overleaf outlines the 2011 observations for east / west and total counts. A total of 139 cyclists were observed in 2011 which represents a small increase of 15% on 2010 results and a 5% decrease on the 1998 baseline. While the total result remained somewhat consistent, two locations, A6-A, Leach Hwy and A6-B, Sutherland St / Marsegno Way, increased compared to 2010 results. Conversely, locations A6-C, South St, and A6-D, Farrington Rd, decreased compared to P a g e

27 Table 15. Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8, Winthrop Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8, Winthrop East West TOTAL East West TOTAL East West TOTAL A6-A Leach Hwy, Cnr Murdoch Dve A6-B Sutherland St / Marsegno Way, Cnr Murdoch Dve A6-C South St, Cnr Murdoch Dve A6-D Farrington Road, Cnr Murdoch Dve TOTAL DATE 5 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

28 SITE A7, LBR NW 1 DOUBLEVIEW Site A7 includes 4 locations along Barnes St and Hertha Rd in Doubleview. Figure 8. Site A7, LBR NW 1 Doubleview Table 16 overleaf outlines the 2011 counts in a north/ south direction as well as the total. A total of 68 cyclists were observed in this site which represents a 53% decrease on 2010 results but still an overall increase on the 1998 baseline (94%). The 2011 decreases were mainly observed in the A7-A, Hertha Rd, and A7-D, Huntriss Rd locations. Consistent with previous years, most cyclists were observed travelling in a southerly direction and this was most pronounced in the A7-A Hertha Rd and A7-B, Odin Rd locations. 28 P a g e

29 Table 16. Site A7, LBR NW 1 Doubleview Site A7, LBR NW 1 Doubleview North South TOTAL North South TOTAL North South TOTAL A7-A Hertha Rd, Bend A7-B Odin Rd, Cnr Barnes St A7-C Shaw Rd, Cnr Barnes St A7-D Huntriss Rd, cnr of Barnes TOTAL DATE 5 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

30 SITE A8, LBR, SE 21 KEWDALE Site A8 includes 6 locations along Oats St and Gabriel Rd in Kewdale. Figure 9. Site A8, LBR, SE 21 Kewdale Table 17 overleaf outlines the 2011 observations compared with 2010 and the 1998 baseline. In 2011 a total of 100 cyclists were observed and this represents a 52% increase on 2010 results. It does however also represent an 18% decrease on the 1998 baseline result. The increases between 2011 and 2010 were observed in the A8- A, Orrong Rd, A8-B, Surrey Rd, and A8-D, Acton Rd locations. In contrast with 2010, cyclists travelled mostly in a northerly direction in 2011, as was the case for the baseline study. 30 P a g e

31 Table 17. Site A8, LBR, SE 21 Kewdale Site A8, LBR, SE 21 Kewdale North South TOTAL North South TOTAL North South TOTAL A8-A Orrong Rd, Cnr Oats St A8-B Surrey Rd, Cnr Oats St A8-C Armadale Rd, Cnr Oats St A8-D Acton Rd, Cnr Oats St A8-E Knutsford St, Cnr Gabriel Rd A8-F Belmont St, Cnr Gabriel Rd TOTAL DATE 4 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

32 Site A9, Claremont Principle Transport Route Site A9 includes 3 locations which run through Claremont. Figure 10. Site A9, Claremont Principle Transport Route Table 18 overleaf outlines the 2011 cyclist observations compared with 2010 and the 1998 baseline. In 2011, there were a total of 81 cyclists spread across the three locations with a slightly higher count of 33 observed on Stirling Hwy. This represents a 51% decrease on 2010 observations and is on par with observations from the 1998 baseline. Consistent with previous years, there were slightly more cyclists observed travelling in an easterly direction towards the city. 32 P a g e

33 Table 18. Site A9, Claremont Principle Transport Route Site A9, Claremont Principle Transport Route East West TOTAL East West TOTAL East West TOTAL A9-A Stirling Hwy, cnr Loch St A9-B Gugeri St, between Warden and Chancellor Sts (road) A9-C Gugeri St, between Warden and Chancellor Sts (bike path) TOTAL DATE 5 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

34 Site A10, Spot Improvement Welshpool Rd PSP Site A10 in Welshpool includes 4 locations along Welshpool Road. Figure 11. Site A10, Spot Improvement Welshpool Rd PSP Table 19 overleaf outlines the 2011 cyclist observations compared with 2010 and the 1998 baseline. In 2011, there were a total of 159 cyclists with the majority counted in the A10-A, Albany Hwy and A10-D, Rutland Ave and Railway locations. This represents a 112% increase on 2011 observations and a 104% increase on the 1998 baseline. Consistent with previous years, there were more cyclists observed travelling in a northerly direction, with nearly twice as many counted in this direction. 34 P a g e

35 Table 19. Site A10, Spot Improvement Welshpool Rd PSP Site A10, Spot Improvement Welshpool Rd PSP North South TOTAL North South TOTAL North South TOTAL A10-A Albany Hwy, Cnr Welshpool Rd A10-B Welshpool Rd, between Normanby and Ellam Sts A10-C Sevenoaks St, cnr Welshpool Rd A10-D Rutland Ave and Railway, cnr Welshpool Rd TOTAL DATE 4 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

36 Group A Screen Line Count Totals Group A screenline counts were conducted on the April 4 th and 5th, 2011 between 6.30 am and 9.30 am, 3.30 am and 6.30 pm or 3.00 pm and 6.00 pm. Table 20 below summarises the total counts for each site against the 1998 baseline and 2010 results. Overall, significant increases compared to 2010 (47%) and the base line (131%) were observed. While increases in cyclist numbers were observed at most sites, two sites (A7 and A9) had fewer numbers than in Table 20. Group A Screen Line Counts Totals Group A Screen Line Counts Site A4, LBR NE 26 East Perth Site A5, LBR NE 4 Northbridge Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8, Winthrop Site A7, LBR NW 1 Doubleview Site A8, LBR, SE 21 Welshpool Site A9, Claremont Principle Transport Route Site A10, Spot Improvement Welshpool Rd PSP TOTAL P a g e

37 Figure 12 below outlines the counts for each site and the proportion change against both 2010 and 1998 baseline results Group A Screenline Count Data % 350% 300% 250% 200% 150% 100% 50% 0% -50% -100% Site A4, LBR NE 26 Site A5, LBR NE 4 Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8 Site A7, LBR NW 1 Site A8, LBR, SE 21 Site A9, Claremont PSP Site A10, Welshpool PSP 76% 264% 104% 239% 15% -5% % change -53% 94% 52% -18% -51% % change 2011 vs % change 2011 vs baseline -1% 112% 104% Site A4, LBR NE 26 Site A5, LBR NE 4 Site A6, LBR SW 7 & 8 Site A7, LBR NW 1 Site A8, LBR, SE 21 Site A9, Claremont PSP Site A10, Welshpool PSP Figure 12. Group A Screenline Counts 37 P a g e

38 Fremantle CBD Cordon Count The Fremantle CBD Cordon Count was conducted on April 7 th, 2011 between 6.30 am and 6.30 pm and encompasses both 3 hour and 12 hour counts sites. This is shown below in Figure 13. Figure 13. Fremantle CBD Cordon Count Sites highlighted in green represent 12 hour count sites. 38 P a g e

39 Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 3 Hour Counts The Fremantle CBD Cordon 3 Hour Count Sites included 14 locations as shown below and in Table 21 overleaf. In total, there were 502 cyclists counted entering and exiting the Fremantle CBD in This represents a 40% decrease on 2010 observations but a 45% increase on the 1998 baseline. Three sites did display an increase compared to 2010 including F-A, Beach, F-J, Brennan St, and F-K, South Tce, while the rest displayed a decrease in numbers. As with previous years, the number of cyclists entering Fremantle was greater than those exiting the precinct by approximately 50% in Figure 14 below shows the total counts for all sites and the percentage change between 2001 and 2010 results and 1998 baseline Fremantle Cordon 3 hour Count F-A Beach, Cnr James F-B Quarry St, cnr James F-C Finnerty St, cnr James F-D Ellen St, cnr Ord F-E High St, cnr Ord F-F Knutsford St, cnr Hampton F-G Fothergill St, cnr Hampton F-H Alma St, cnr Hampton F-I Attfield St, Cnr Stevens F-J Brennan St, cnr Little Howard F-K South Tce, cnr Wray F-L Mews F-M Marine Tce, opposite Howard F-N Train Station 193% 173% 0% 23% 65% 125% % change 100% 122% 78% 60% 48% 23% 24% 41% 122% -86% -50% -46% -47% -96% -33% -51% -52% -84% -6% -47% -32% -27% % change 2011 vs % change 2011 vs baseline Figure 14. Fremantle Cordon 3 hour counts 39 P a g e

40 Table 21. Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 3 Hour Counts Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 3 Hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL F-A Beach, Cnr James St F-B Quarry St, cnr James St F-C Finnerty St, cnr James St F-D Ellen St, cnr Ord St F-E High St, cnr Ord F-F Knutsford St, cnr Hampton Rd* F-G Fothergill St, cnr Hampton Rd F-H Alma St, cnr Hampton Rd F-I Attfield St, Cnr Stevens St F-J Brennan St, cnr Little Howard F-K South Tce, cnr Wray Ave F-L Mews Rd F-M Marine Tce, opposite Howard St F-N Train Station TOTAL DATE 7 th April, 2011 * 14 th April, 2011 (recounted site) TIME PERIOD P a g e

41 Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 12 Hour Counts Four sites in the Fremantle CBD Cordon were observed for 12 hours between 6.30 am and 6.30 pm on April 7 th, A total of 751 cyclists were observed in 2011 and this represents a 22% decrease on 2010 results but a 26% increase on the 1998 baseline. The two sites which recorded the greatest decrease compared to 2010 were F-E, High St and F-M, Marine Tce. Table 22. Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 12 Hour Counts Fremantle CBD Cordon Count 12 Hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL F-A Beach, Cnr James St F-E High St, cnr Ord F-K South Tce, cnr Wray Ave F-M Marine Tce, opposite Howard St TOTAL DATE 7 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

42 Perth CBD Cordon Count The Perth CBD Cordon Count was conducted on April 6 th, 2011 between 6.30 am and 6.30 pm. The Cordon Count encompassed both 3 hour and 12 hour counts sites. This is shown below in Figure 15. This year, Site 9, Station side entrance, was not counted due to construction obstructing the thoroughfare. The results of both the 3 hour counts and 12 hour counts are detailed in the next two sections. 13A 13B 12 2B B A 16 9 & 11 7A Figure 15. Perth CBD Cordon Count Locations Sites highlighted in green represent 12 hour count sites. 42 P a g e

43 Perth CBD Cordon Count 3 hour Counts Table 23 below and overleaf outlines the 2011 cyclist observations compared with 2010 and the 1998 baseline. In 2011, there were a total of 6,586 cyclists spread across the 20 locations. This represents a 24% decrease on 2011 observations, but a 335% increase on the 1998 baseline. Sites 3, 5, 6, 8, 13a and b, 15, 17 and 18 displayed the most significant decreases of all the CBD count sites. Consistent with previous years, there were a significantly greater number of cyclists observed travelling into the Perth CBD during the 6.30 am to 9.30 am time period. Table 23. Perth Cordon Count 3 hour Counts Perth Cordon Count 3 hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL 1 Heirisson Island a Windan Bridge South and foreshore path 3 East St, between Freeway and Kensington Sts 4 Claisebrook Rd pedestrian Bridge Lord St, cnr Royal St McIver Station (entering and exiting station only) 7 Moore / Pier St & 7b Roe / Stirling St Barrack St, cnr Wellington St Station side entrance # * * * 43 P a g e

44 Perth Cordon Count 3 hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL 10 Perth Station main entrance Horseshoe Bridge Lumiere Footbridge, between Ent Cent and Roe St 13a Bike Path at Market, near George St 13b George St, cnr Wellington St^ George St, before Hay St George St, near Murray St^ Malcom St, between Harvest Tce and the freeway Mount St Footbridge Mounts Bay Rd Narrows Bridge West Narrows Bridge East TOTAL # Site not counted in 2011 ^Sites have been counted in accordance with the briefing notes (see Appendix II) which may differ from the approach in previous years DATE 6 th April, 2011 * 13 th April, 2011 (recounted site) TIME PERIOD P a g e

45 Figure 16 below outlines the counts for each site and the proportion change against both 2010 and 1998 baseline results Perth CBD 3 hour Counts Herrisson Island 2 Windan Bridge South (path) 3 East St 4 Claisebrook Rd pedestrian Bridge 5 Lord St, cnr Royal St 6 McIver Station 7 Moore / Pier & 7b Roe / Stirling 8 Barrack St, cnr Wellington 9 Station side entrance** 10 Perth Station main entrance 11 Horseshoe Bridge 12 Lumiere Footbridge 13a Bike Path at Market, near George 13b George St, cnr Wellington 14 George St, before Hay 15 George St, near Murray 16 Malcom St 17 Mount St Footbridge 18 Mounts Bay Rd 19 Narrows Bridge West 20 Narrows Bridge East 6340% % change % change 2011 vs % change 2011 vs baseline 3867% 2367% 473% 35% 77% 2% 186% 675% 139% 450% 19% 789% 28% 164% 54% 927% 398% 28% 16% 0% -95% -35%-42% -48% -61%-56% -3% -62% -50% -80% -15% -35% -93% -57% -87% -50% -25% Figure 16. Perth CBD Cordon Count 3 hours 45 P a g e

46 Perth CBD Cordon Count 12 hour Counts Table 24 below outlines the 2011 cyclist observations compared with 2010 and the 1998 baseline. In 2011, there were a total of 7,140 cyclists spread across the nine 12 hour locations. This represents a 16% increase on 2010 observations and counts are also higher for the three sites which were included in the 12 hour count in This year, the 12 hour counts in and out of the Perth CBD were almost equivalent. Table 24. Perth CBD Cordon Count 12 hour Counts Perth Cordon Count 12 hour Counts Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL Enter Exit TOTAL 1 Heirisson Island a Windan Bridge South, foreshore path a Windan Bridge South, bridge b Windan Bridge North, bridge McIver Station (entering and exiting station only) Lumiere Footbridge, between Ent Cent and Roe St Malcom St, between Harvest Tce and the freeway Narrows Bridge West Narrows Bridge East TOTAL DATE 6 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

47 Figure 17 below outlines the counts for each site and the proportion change against both 2010 and 1998 baseline results Perth CBD 12 hour Counts Herrisson Island 2a Windan Bridge South (path) 2a Windan Bridge South (bridge) 2b Windan Bridge North (bridge) 6 McIver Station 12 Lumiere Footbridge 16 Malcom St 19 Narrows Bridge West 20 Narrows Bridge East % change 307% % change 2011 vs % change 2011 vs baseline 274% 20% 13% 36% 24% 22% 20% 15% -5% -7% -40% Figure 17. Perth CBD Cordon Count 12 hour sites 47 P a g e

48 Perth CBD Pedestrian and Spot Counts As part of the Perth CBD cordon count, pedestrian counts were undertaken at six sites. Table 25 shows the pedestrian counts at these sites for The 2010 and 2003 counts are included for comparison purposes. A total of 1,486 pedestrians were observed over the 12 hour period. This represents a 31% decrease on 2010 numbers and a 25% decrease on 2003 numbers. All sites counted in 2011 displayed a downward trend in the number of pedestrians except for Site 2b, Windan Bridge North, which remained the same as 2010 results. Table 25. Perth CBD Pedestrian and Spot Counts Perth CBD Pedestrian and Spot Counts TIME North South TOTAL North South East West TOTAL North South East West TOTAL 1 Heirisson Island a Windan Bridge South, foreshore path 2a Windan Bridge South, bridge 2b Windan Bridge North, bridge 3 East St, between Freeway and Kensington Sts Narrows Bridge West Narrows Bridge East TOTAL DATE 6 th April, P a g e

49 Group B Results Group B counts included both spot and screenline counts. The results of both are outlined in the next sections. Group B Spot Counts Five spot counts were conducted in Group B. Four were conducted on April 11 th, 2011 and one on April 10 th. Group B spot counts are located at: B1 Mounts Bay Road; B2 McCallum Park; B3 West Leederville PSP; B4 Alfred Cove, Melville; and B13 Salvado Road Jolimont. Full results for the Group B Spot Counts are outlined overleaf. 49 P a g e

50 Site B1, Mounts Bay Road Figure 18 below, shows the location of Site B1, Mounts Bay Road. Figure 18. Site B1, Mounts Bay Road Table 28 below outlines the 2011 cyclist observations compared with 2010 and the 1999 baseline. In 2011, there were a total of 439 cyclists travelling on both the road and PSP. This represents a 30% decrease compared to 2010 observations but a 299% increase on the 1999 baseline results. Table 26. Site B1 Mounts Bay Road Site B1, Mounts Bay Road East West TOTAL East West TOTAL East West TOTAL Road PSP TOTAL DATE 11 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

51 Site B2, McCallum Park paths Figure 19 below shows the location of Site B2, McCallum Park. Figure 19. Site B2, McCallum Park Table 27 overleaf outlines the 2011 pedestrian and cyclist observations compared with 2010 and the 1999 baseline. In 2011, there were a total of 304 cyclists travelling along both the bike path and pedestrian path. This represents a slight decrease of 11% on 2010 observations but a 473% increase on the 1999 baseline results. Pedestrians were also counted at this site. There were a total of 280 pedestrians using both the bike path and pedestrian path. This represents an increase of 31% on 2010 observations and a 522% increase on the 1999 baseline results. 51 P a g e

52 Table 27. Site B2, McCallum Park paths Site B2, McCallum Park paths East West TOTAL East West TOTAL East West TOTAL Bikes on bike path Bikes on pedestrian path TOTAL CYCLISTS Pedestrians on bike path Pedestrians on pedestrian path TOTAL PEDESTRIANS DATE 11 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

53 Site B3, West Leederville PSP Figure 20 below shows the location of Site B3, West Leederville. Figure 20. Site B3, West Leederville PSP Table 28 below outlines the 2011 cyclist observations compared with 2010 and the 1999 baseline. In 2011, there were a total of 380 cyclists travelling in both easterly and westerly directions. This represents a 104% increase on 2010 observations and a massive, 9400% increase on the 1999 baseline results. Table 28. Site B3, West Leederville PSP Site B3, West Leederville PSP East West TOTAL CYCLISTS DATE 11 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

54 Site B4, Alfred Cove, Melville Figure 21 below shows the location of Site B4, Alfred Cove. Figure 21. Site B4, Alfred Cove, Melville Table 29 overleaf outlines the 2011 cyclist observations compared with 2010 and the 1999 baseline. In 2011, there were a total of 407 cyclists travelling in both easterly and westerly directions on both bike and pedestrian paths. This represents a 12% decrease on 2010 observations but a 112% increase on the 1999 baseline results. Pedestrians were also counted at this site. There were a total of 234 pedestrians using bike path and pedestrian path. This represents an increase of 30% on 2010 observations but a 25% decrease on the 1999 baseline results. 54 P a g e

55 Table 29. Site B4, Alfred Cove, Melville Site B4, Alfred Cove, Melville East West TOTAL East West TOTAL East West TOTAL Bikes on bike path Bikes on pedestrian path TOTAL CYCLISTS Pedestrians on bike path Pedestrians on pedestrian path TOTAL PEDESTRIANS DATE 10 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

56 Site B13, RRP/LBR NW9 Salvado Rd & Jersey St Jolimont Figure 22 below shows the location of Site B13 in Jolimont. Both cyclists and pedestrians were counted at this site on both the road and the path. Figure 22. Site B13, RRP/LBR NW9 Salvado Rd & Jersey St Jolimont In total, there were 190 cyclists observed in 2011, as shown in Table 30 overleaf. This represents a decrease of 28% on 2010 results and a 116% increase on the 2000 baseline. Of those cyclists, the majority were travelling in an easterly direction. There were a total of 122 pedestrians counted at this site, with the majority travelling in a southerly direction. This result is on par with the 2010 result, but still represents a significant increase (107%) on the 1999 baseline. 56 P a g e

57 Table 30. Site B13, RRP/LBR NW9 Salvado Rd & Jersey St Jolimont Site B13, RRP/LBR NW9 Salvado Rd & Jersey St Jolimont North South East West TOTAL North South East West TOTAL North South East West TOTAL Road (cyclists) Path (cyclists) TOTAL CYCLISTS Road (pedestrians) Path (pedestrians) TOTAL PEDESTRIANS DATE 11 th April, 2011 TIME PERIOD P a g e

58 Group B Spot Count Totals The Group B Spot Counts were conducted on the 10 th and 11 th of April, In total, 1,720 cyclists were observed at these counts between the times of 6.30 am and 9.30 am. This result represents a slight decrease of 8% on 2010 results, but an overall increase of 285% since the baseline. Table 31. Group B Spot Count Totals (Cyclists) Group B Spot Count Totals Site B Site B Site B Site B Site B TOTAL P a g e

59 Figure 23 below displays the Group B Spot Counts compared with 2010 and the baseline, as well as the percentage change compared with these years Group B Spot Counts Baseline Site B1 Mounts Bay Road Site B2 McCallum Park Site B3 West Leederville PSP Site B4 Alfred Cove, Melville Site B13 RRP / LBR NW 9 Jolimont % change % change 2011 vs % change 2011 vs. baseline 9400% 299% 474% -30% -11% 104% 112% 116% -12% -28% Figure 23. Group B Spot Count 59 P a g e

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