Kirribilli and Milsons Point High Pedestrian Activity Area 40km/h

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Consultation has concluded

Feedback closed 27 September 2020

Council was successful in gaining funding under the Transport for NSW (TfNSW) Safe Speeds in High Pedestrian Activity and Local Areas Program for the Kirribilli and Milsons Point 40km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area with traffic calming devices.

The project has been split into two stages, see News Tab for further background and details. Stage 1 construction is almost complete.

Council is seeking community feedback on Detailed Concept Designs for the Stage 2. For Council to meet its grant funding requirements, the works must be finalised by the end of November 2020.

Site IDLocationDescription of treatment
1Clark RoadRaised pedestrian crossing and flush threshold
4Broughton StreetRaised pedestrian crossing
18CFitzroy StreetRaised pedestrian crossing
20Broughton StreetRaised pedestrian crossing

Note: Site 18B is not supported by TfNSW and its design and construction will not proceed.

For further information contact Council’s Project Manager, Diana Mejia on 9936 8100.

Note: Submissions are considered open access information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. In the interests of public transparency, submission in its entirety may be made available via Council’s website. Submitters are encouraged to read Council’s Information Sheet: Making a Submission to Council prior to making a submission. All feedback received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.


Feedback closed 27 September 2020

Council was successful in gaining funding under the Transport for NSW (TfNSW) Safe Speeds in High Pedestrian Activity and Local Areas Program for the Kirribilli and Milsons Point 40km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area with traffic calming devices.

The project has been split into two stages, see News Tab for further background and details. Stage 1 construction is almost complete.

Council is seeking community feedback on Detailed Concept Designs for the Stage 2. For Council to meet its grant funding requirements, the works must be finalised by the end of November 2020.

Site IDLocationDescription of treatment
1Clark RoadRaised pedestrian crossing and flush threshold
4Broughton StreetRaised pedestrian crossing
18CFitzroy StreetRaised pedestrian crossing
20Broughton StreetRaised pedestrian crossing

Note: Site 18B is not supported by TfNSW and its design and construction will not proceed.

For further information contact Council’s Project Manager, Diana Mejia on 9936 8100.

Note: Submissions are considered open access information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. In the interests of public transparency, submission in its entirety may be made available via Council’s website. Submitters are encouraged to read Council’s Information Sheet: Making a Submission to Council prior to making a submission. All feedback received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

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