Sustainable transport

The City encourages the use of sustainable transport for getting around. When you are out and about consider whether you can walk, ride a bike or catch public transport rather than drive.

The City’s Map Your Move and TravelSmart Guides include information on footpaths, bike paths and public transport routes to help you find your way around the City.

Bike riding

The City has developed a Bike Plan 2016 – 2021 which aims to make bike riding a part of everyday life in the City of Joondalup. The Plan guides how the City promotes, celebrates and supports bike riding so the City can achieve its vision of a bike friendly city.

For further information on bike riding including rules, etiquette and maps visit the Department of Transport website.


The City developed a Walkability Plan 2013-2018 to encourage and enable safe and accessible environments within the City of Joondalup for all users. The Plan identified walkability opportunities and developed a planned and consistent approach to improve walkability within the City.

For information on walking and walking safety visit the Department of Transport website.

Public transport

The Joondalup CAT (Central Area Transit) Bus is a free service and runs in two directions between the Joondalup Train Station, the Joondalup Health campus, the City Centre (including the Joondalup Civic Centre) and the Learning Precinct; incorporating Edith Cowan University, West Coast TAFE and the Police Academy.

For further information view the Joondalup CAT map and timetable.

For further information on other public transport routes and timetables visit the Transperth website.