43 datasets found

Organisations: Main Roads Western Australia

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  • Pedestrian Crossing

    A Pedestrian Crossing or crosswalk is a designated point on a road at which some means are employed to assist pedestrians wishing to cross. Usually a transverse strip marked on...
  • Heavy Vehicles Restricted Access Network Data

    Restricted Access Vehicle (RAV) networks for Western Australia. Please use the links below for further information and data.
  • Intersection Crashes (Last 5 years)

    The total number of intersection crashes in Western Australia. The intersection contains the total number of aggregated crashes for all crashes recorded in the last 5 calendar...
  • Midblock Crashes (Last 5 years)

    The total number of midblock crashes in Western Australia. The midblock is the section of road between intersections and contains the total number of aggregated crashes for all...
  • Road Closures - Closed

    A road closed to all vehicles. Please use the links below for further information and data.
  • Historic Traffic Data - 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2017

    Network operations traffic data from Main Roads Western Australia for the period 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2017. The data provided includes data collected on the Perth Metropolitan...
  • Incidents

    Main Roads WA (Main Roads) has a State legislated responsibility as a Support Organisation to provide traffic management assistance and expertise to Emergency Services during...
  • Roadworks

    Programmed roadworks data is provided with the following information: • Date started • Estimated completion date • Work type • Description • Suburb • Road •...
  • Daily Traffic Data API

    Network operations traffic data from Main Roads Western Australia from 01 January 2013. The data from this API includes data collected on the Perth Metropolitan State Road...
  • Road Closures - Detours

    The preferred route to take when a road closure is in place. Please use the links below for further information and data.
  • Traffic Cameras

    Fixed traffic cameras have been installed across the state road network, providing the general public with vision of traffic hotspots to assist with journey planning. Please...
  • State Road Network

    This layer comprises road centrelines for all roads controlled by Main Roads (state Roads) that are assigned road numbers in the state of Western Australia. The State Road...
  • Road Closures - Open with Conditions

    A road open to all vehicles with the possibility of the following conditions being present: smoke over road, minor flooding, spills, debris, speed restrictions, and lane...
  • Road Closures - Closed with Conditions

    A road closed to some vehicle types and open to others; i.e. during some flooding incidents trucks and high clearance vehicles are permitted access while light vehicles are not...
  • Signs - Other

    All other signs that are not regulatory, warning or guide signs that are under the responsibility of Main Roads Western Australia. Other signs are traffic signs that could be...
  • Pavement Detail

    The pavement is that portion of the carriageway placed above the subgrade for the support of, and to form a running surface for, vehicular traffic. It is comprised of the...
  • M-Links Road Network

    Road Network segmented for traffic analysis. Please use the links below for further information and data.
  • Road Network SLK Search

    The purpose of this layer is to identify and label the measure of SLK along a particular route, at a particular scale, and is provided for information only. Please use the...
  • Pavement and Surfacing State

    The Surfacing is that part of a pavement specifically designed to resist abrasion from traffic and to minimize the entry of water. It may be a sprayed seal, asphalt or other...
  • Traffic Signal Sites

    The location of electronic traffic signals, designed, owned and or controlled and maintained by Main Roads Western Australia, that control vehicle and pedestrian traffic at an...
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