Union Street, McMahons Point - Proposed Speed Cushions

Feedback closes Monday 10 April

As part of the 2018/2019 implementation of North Sydney Council’s Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Action Plans, it is proposed to install traffic calming devices in Union Street, McMahons Point.

The proposed speed cushions will increase safety by slowing vehicle speeds. A speed cushion is similar to a speed hump, except that it does not extend the full width of the roadway. The proposed speed cushions will be 75mm high to ensure minimal noise generation and allow buses to traverse without mounting the device. A plan of the proposal is shown overleaf

If there is general community support for the proposal, it is intended that works will be finalised by the end of June 2019.

Any comments you may have regarding the proposal will assist in determining the desired traffic arrangements in Union Street.  If a change in the existing traffic arrangements in Union Street is not considered warranted by the community, then this proposal may not proceed.

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

For further information, contact Iman Mohammadi, Traffic & Transport Engineer on 9936 8100.

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