Bannerman Street - Proposed Pedestrian Crossing Amendments

Feedback closes midnight Sunday 21 July 2019

A new pedestrian crossing was installed in Bannerman Street, Cremorne, near to the intersection with Murdoch Street, in 2018. Council is now seeking community feedback on two potential amendments to the crossing as follows:

  1. Raising the existing crossing above road level, or;
  2. Constructing a new crossing (raised above road level) approximately 10m west (i.e. towards Claude Avenue) of the current location.
A concept plan with diagrams of these options can be found in the document library. More detailed plans, and an accompanying report discussing this matter, can be accessed in the minutes of the Council meeting held 19 November 2018.

Raising the crossing above road level is likely to increase pedestrian visibility and reduce vehicle speeds. The option to relocate the crossing (option 2) would require the removal of three (3) parking spaces.  The estimated cost and impact on parking of the two pedestrian crossing options is;

Option 1. Raised pedestrian crossing in current location; Cost estimate: $50,000 to $65,000; Impact on parking: Nil

Option 2. Raised pedestrian crossing approx. 10m west of existing location; Cost estimate: $80,000 to $105,000; Impact on parking: Loss of three (3) parking spaces

Complete the survey question to indicate if you support the proposed changes to the pedestrian crossing. 

Please note that all comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.

For further information, contact Lindsay Menday, Council’s Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator on 9936 8151.

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CLOSED: This survey has concluded.