Abbott Street, Cammeray - Proposed Pedestrian Crossing - Updated July 2019
UPDATE JULY 2019
Council received 37 response (29.3% response rate). Of the responses received 25 (67.6%) were in favour of the proposal and 12 (32.4%) were in favour of retaining the existing conditions.
Based on the community feedback, the recommendation that Council proceed with the implementation of the proposed raised pedestrian crossing was forwarded to Roads and Maritime Services, NSW Police and the local State Member as members of the North Sydney Traffic Committee and subsequently received no objection.
Council's contractor, Ezy Pave will undertake the works involving the installation of a
raised pedestrian crossing and associated kerb and gutter and drainage and will
commence 25 July 2019. It is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete.
Feedback closes Monday 4 March 2019.
As part of Council’s commitment to improve pedestrian and traffic safety, it is proposed to install a raised pedestrian crossing on the northern side of the intersection of Abbott Street and Palmer Street.
The proposed raised pedestrian crossing will increase visibility of approaching drivers, slow down traffic and reduce the crossing distances. A plan of the proposal is available in the document library.
If there is general community support for this proposal, it is intended that works will be finalised by the end of June 2019.
Any comments you may have regarding the proposals will assist in determining the desired traffic arrangements at the intersection and Abbott Street and Palmer Street. If a change in the existing traffic arrangements is not considered warranted by the community then this proposal may not proceed.
All comments regarding the proposal should be received in writing by Monday 4 March 2019.
Please note that all comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.
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