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Bannerman St, Cremorne - Midblock Pedestrian Facilities Survey

Feedback closes 3 November 2017. Council is seeking feedback on which option best responds to the needs of the local community. Options 1 to 3 would require the removal of car parking spaces in the area immediately adjacent to the pedestrian facility to allow for the minimum required sight distances. Council is also including a ‘do nothing’ option (option 4).

Before completing the feedback survey please refer to the Concept Plans available in the 'Document Library'.

For further information contact Council’s Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator, Lindsay Menday on 9936 8100.

Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.


Background

The North Sydney Community Strategic Plan 2013 – 2023 identifies that improved walking connections are a key priority for the community. As part of Council’s response to this demand, concept design options have been prepared for a new pedestrian facility over Bannerman Street near to the intersection with Guthrie Avenue.

About the Options

Option 1: Landscaped kerb extensions to the east of Guthrie Ave. Anticipated outcomes: - Reduces crossing distance for pedestrians; - Pedestrians have clearer views towards oncoming traffic before stepping on to the road; - 2 parking spaces removed; and - Visual narrowing of traffic lanes though line marking may assist in encouraging slower vehicle speeds. Option 2: Landscaped kerb extensions to the west of Guthrie Ave. Anticipated outcomes: - Reduces crossing distance for pedestrians; - Pedestrians have clearer views towards oncoming traffic before stepping on to the road; - 4 parking spaces removed; and - Visual narrowing of traffic lanes though line marking may assist in encouraging slower vehicle speeds. Option 3: Pedestrian Refuge. Anticipated outcomes: - Allows pedestrians to cross Bannerman Street in stages; - Likely to assist with encouraging slower vehicle speeds; and - 8 parking spaces removed. Option 4: No Treatment. Anticipated outcomes: - No impact on parking; and - A marked pedestrian crossing is proposed over Bannerman Street near to the intersection with Murdoch Street that may cater for some of the demand for mid-block crossing over Bannerman Street.

Indicate your preference: *
Indicate your preference: Yes No No opinion
Option 1 - I support the installation of kerb extensions to the east of Guthrie Avenue (this will require the removal of 2 on-street car parking spaces).
Option 2 - I support the installation of kerb extensions to the west of Guthrie Avenue (this will require the removal of 4 on-street car parking spaces).
Option 3 - I support the installation of a pedestrian refuge to the east of Guthrie Avenue (this will require the removal of 8 on-street car parks).
Option 4 - I do not support either option being installed (no change).