Bike Blackspot Campaign

We've presented our Blackspots on Perth's Bike Network 2012-2015 report to the Auditor-General, who is investigating the inadequacy of Western Australia's metropolitan cycle path network.

Read our report here.

To continue to report problem areas, get the Bike Blackspot iPhone application and send us a report. If you don't have an iPhone, simply email your feedback with the location and a photo of the blackspot to

The Bike Blackspot map below is a compilation of cycling blackspots throughout Australia submitted by cyclists using the Bike Blackspot app for iPhone. You can zoom in and move the map to see the feedback submitted from your area, or click on the campaign for your city below.

Check out the Bike Blackspot log in your area:

Perth         Melbourne                Adelaide           Sydney           Geraldton           Newcastle         Tasmania

We want to make the case using for substantial and sustained funding for cycling the Bike Blackspot campaign.

Cyclists around Australia who are fed up with being endangered, ignored and neglected by Governments are invited to share your experiences of our nation’s bike blackspots and help us to make the case for why cycling funding is urgently needed.

So tell us, where are the most obvious gaps or dangerous parts of the cycle network in your area? Where is key cycling infrastructure lacking? Which routes are incomplete? Where are end of trip facilities most needed? (Photos really help, so make sure you include one so we can see what you mean).

Your feedback is sent to your state transport minister, the federal transport minister and Senator Scott Ludlam plus the Greens transport spokesperson in your state. Your report is also logged on the bike blackspot map and will be used to make the case for better bike funding.

Together let’s build a better cycle network.

Report To The Auditor General - Blackspots on Perth's Bike Network 2012-2015

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