Rowlison Parade, Cammeray - Footpath Replacement
UPDATE NOVEMBER 2019
Feedback closed midnight Sunday 16 June 2019
The footpath on the eastern side of Rowlison Parade, Cammeray linking to the northern footpath in The Boulevarde was closed approximately 15 years ago due to accessibility concerns, safety and lighting issues.
In order to reinstate a footpath in this location, an alternate proposal has been formulated to construct a footpath at road level, connecting the missing link between the footpaths on either side of the above location.
The proposal will require the construction of kerb and gutter, a new concrete footpath, reconstruction of approximately 10m of the existing retaining wall to the new alignment, installation of a new fence on top of the retaining wall, realignment of the centreline marking and the installation of a section of pedestrian safety fence on the road side of the footpath at the corner of The Boulevarde.
This layout will allow the footpath to be accessible for the mobility-impaired, prams, etc; be illuminated by the existing road lighting and not direct users to the driveway of No. 49 The Boulevarde. It will, however require the deletion of approximately 15m of parking in this section of Rowlison Parade.
Refer to plans in the document library.
If there is general community support for this proposal, it is intended that works will be included in the 2018/9 footpath construction program.
Any comments you may have
regarding the proposals will assist in determining the desired pedestrian facilities
at this location. If a change in the existing footpath facilities is not
considered warranted by the community then this proposal may not proceed.
Note: all comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.
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