The City of Canning incorporates almost 350 kilometres of footpaths and shared paths. In addition to providing a travel network, these paths are intended to promote good health activities such as walking and cycling.
To make sure the paths are in good working order, the City allocates funds annually for the construction of new paths and the maintenance of existing paths. This includes preventive maintenance, repair of damaged paths and sweeping of paths when necessary.
Should you wish to report a fault with the City's paths, please use the following link: Report an issue
The City is committed to the use of Sustainable Construction Materials in the construction of new paths wherever possible.
In 2014, the City commenced the development of a city-wide Integrated Transport Strategy (ITS). The intention of this strategy is to identify a range of interrelated transport plans to assist the City in managing sustained urban growth and a high quality of life within the community.
The City of Canning Cycling and Walking Plan was adopted in May 2018 and provides strategic direction and recommendations to increase cycling and walking within the City.