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LIFESTYLE: Fiona Bull has been championing ways to make Perth more liveable for a decade. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Attitudes drive liveability factor

Two separate UWA studies have unearthed surprising findings about what drives frustrations between drivers and cyclists, and how liveable Perth is (and could be) in terms of ‘walkability’.

Better infrastructure and a shift in attitude towards cyclists by other road users are among the key findings from a pair of studies undertaken at the University of Western Australia into Perth’s ‘liveability’.

These outcomes may not be surprising, but the attitudinal studies also threw up the unexpected.

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