Urban Transport Crowding and Congestion Maps

Network performance in Greater Perth

This page shows interactive maps for network performance for Greater Perth, from Urban Transport Crowding and Congestion, a supplementary report for the 2019 Australian Infrastructure Audit.

Drag the slider to compare how performance differs between 2016 (left) and 2031 (right). Refer to this page for further guidance on how to interact with the maps, or for how to view map layers not presented on this page.

Congestion on major roads
VC legend - NationalMap

The colours represent the average level of congestion (volume/capacity ratio) on major roads during AM peak. 2016 is shown on the left side and 2031 is on the right side.

Interactive maps - Major Roads in 2016 (left) and 2031 (right)
Congestion on roads
VC legend - NationalMap

The colours represent the average level of congestion (volume/capacity ratio) on roads during AM peak. 2016 is shown on the left side and 2031 is on the right side.

Interactive maps - Roads in 2016 (left) and 2031 (right)
Crowding on buses
VC legend - NationalMap

The colours represent the average level of passenger crowding (volume/capacity ratio) on bus services for each link during AM peak. 2016 is shown on the left side and 2031 is on the right side.

Interactive maps - Bus crowding in 2016 (left) and 2031 (right)
Crowding on suburban trains
VC legend - NationalMap

The colours represent the average level of passenger crowding (volume/capacity ratio) on suburban rail services for each link during AM peak. 2016 is shown on the left side and 2031 is on the right side.

Interactive maps - Suburban train crowding in 2016 (left) and 2031 (right)