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Control of Access on State Roads
Responsible agency
Main Roads Western Australia

Control of Access identifies the sections of state roads where the access to and from adjacent land and properties is controlled by Main Roads Western Australia.


Control of Access consists of regulations to prevent vehicle and people from crossing property lines. These road sections have statutory declared Control of Access, which revokes the general right of adjoining land to have direct vehicle and pedestrian access to these roads. As stipulated in the Main Roads Act 1930, Main Roads Western Australia manages state roads and is responsible for the Control of Access on state roads. State roads include the freeways, highways and main roads. Roads that are not in the state network are generally local roads such as arterial, distributor or access roads and are managed by local governments. Local government agencies are responsible for the Control of Access on their roads.

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Date updated
10/12/2013 16:15:32