Traffic, Transport and Parking Surveys


Council regularly reviews its traffic management and parking restrictions.

We are also working to improve our transport infrastructure and connectivity including cycleways.

We ask for your feedback here. Use the online submission form (below) or alternatively, send submissions to:

Email - yoursay@northsydney.nsw.gov.au

Mail - General Manager

North Sydney Council

PO Box 12

NORTH SYDNEY NSW 2059


Current survey links - click to access


Trailer Parking Restrictions - Consultation has concluded. The outcomes of the initial review including community feedback during theconsultation period will be considered at the Traffic Committee meeting on 6 September 2019. Recommendations of the Traffic Committee will be considered at the Council meeting on 23 September 2019.


Council regularly reviews its traffic management and parking restrictions.

We are also working to improve our transport infrastructure and connectivity including cycleways.

We ask for your feedback here. Use the online submission form (below) or alternatively, send submissions to:

Email - yoursay@northsydney.nsw.gov.au

Mail - General Manager

North Sydney Council

PO Box 12

NORTH SYDNEY NSW 2059


Current survey links - click to access


Trailer Parking Restrictions - Consultation has concluded. The outcomes of the initial review including community feedback during theconsultation period will be considered at the Traffic Committee meeting on 6 September 2019. Recommendations of the Traffic Committee will be considered at the Council meeting on 23 September 2019.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 8 September 2019.

    Council has identified opportunities to increase parking supply by up to 3 spaces in Broughton Street, Kirribilli by replacing potentially redundant No Stopping zones on both sides of Broughton Street near Greenway Drive. This matter was considered at the 524th Traffic Committee meeting on 3 May 2019, where it was resolved to survey the community to ascertain if there is support to reduce the existing “No Stopping” zone to create two spaces on the eastern side of Broughton Street, and/or remove the existing traffic island to create one space on the western

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 8 September 2019.

    Council has identified opportunities to increase parking supply by up to 3 spaces in Broughton Street, Kirribilli by replacing potentially redundant No Stopping zones on both sides of Broughton Street near Greenway Drive. This matter was considered at the 524th Traffic Committee meeting on 3 May 2019, where it was resolved to survey the community to ascertain if there is support to reduce the existing “No Stopping” zone to create two spaces on the eastern side of Broughton Street, and/or remove the existing traffic island to create one space on the western side of Broughton Street.  The full report can be found on Council’s website under item 4.02 Minor Parking Restrictions.

    Plan A - Reduce 17.2 metres of No Stopping to 5.2 metres before the kerbside traffic island north of Greenway Drive, to create two spaces of “2P meter 8.30am-10pm Mon-Sun Permit Holders Excepted Area 2”.

    Plan B - Demolish the existing 7.4 metre traffic island and create one space of “4P meter 8.30am-6.00pm Mon-Fri” on the western side of Broughton Street, south of Greenway Drive.

    A plan of the two proposals is available in the document library. Any comments you  have regarding the proposals will assist in determining the desired traffic arrangements in Broughton Street near Greenway Drive.

    If there is general community support for these proposals, it is intended that works will be constructed by the end of December 2019.

    All comments received by Sunday 8 September 2019 will be considered when the matter is determined, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.

    To obtain a paper version of the survey contact Council’s Traffic Operations Manager, Michaela Kemp on 9936 8243 or visit the Customer Service Desk.

    For further information contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Operations Manager on 9936 8243 or yoursay@northsydney.nsw.gov.au 

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 8 September 2019.

    Council has received representations concerning deliveries to Woolworths Metro, Kirribilli. The matter was considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee at its meeting on 8 February 2019 where it was recommended that Council investigate a suitable location for a loading zone between 4am and 7.30am, for a trial period of 6 months, including consultation with local businesses.

    Council received further representations from Woolworths and members of the community suggesting that 4am may be too early due to noise concerns. In response to these representations, Council is

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 8 September 2019.

    Council has received representations concerning deliveries to Woolworths Metro, Kirribilli. The matter was considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee at its meeting on 8 February 2019 where it was recommended that Council investigate a suitable location for a loading zone between 4am and 7.30am, for a trial period of 6 months, including consultation with local businesses.

    Council received further representations from Woolworths and members of the community suggesting that 4am may be too early due to noise concerns. In response to these representations, Council is proposing to install a 11.4 metre Loading Zone 6am to 9am Monday to Saturday in front of 11-17 Broughton Street (TerryWhite Chemmart and Thai Fusion). In selecting the location, Council’s Traffic Engineers have taken into consideration the size of the delivery trucks, proximity to Woolworths and existing parking restrictions.

    Council is seeking feedback from the community regarding this proposal before determining this matter. If Council proceeds with installation of a loading zone Council, will review the matter after 6 months.

    All comments received by Sunday 8 September 2019 will be considered when the matter is determined, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.

    To obtain a paper version of the survey contact Council’s Traffic Operations Manager, Michaela Kemp on 9936 8243 or visit the Customer Service Desk.

    For further information contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Operations Manager on 9936 8243 or yoursay@northsydney.nsw.gov.au 

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    NOTES

    • Parking changes will retain existing ‘resident parking permit holders excepted - Area 19’, if the existing restriction has ‘resident parking permit holders excepted - Area 19’ wording on the signs.
    • Loading zones, Taxi Zones, Bus zones, Car Share Spaces, 5 minute parking restrictions and Motor Bike spaces are excluded from this survey and will remain unchanged.

    North Sydney Council is undertaking a review of the existing parking restrictions in the Crows Nest area - Parking Area 19 which includes Alexander Lane, Alexander Street, Atchison Street, Bernard Lane, Brook Street, Burlington Street, Chandos

    NOTES

    • Parking changes will retain existing ‘resident parking permit holders excepted - Area 19’, if the existing restriction has ‘resident parking permit holders excepted - Area 19’ wording on the signs.
    • Loading zones, Taxi Zones, Bus zones, Car Share Spaces, 5 minute parking restrictions and Motor Bike spaces are excluded from this survey and will remain unchanged.

    North Sydney Council is undertaking a review of the existing parking restrictions in the Crows Nest area - Parking Area 19 which includes Alexander Lane, Alexander Street, Atchison Street, Bernard Lane, Brook Street, Burlington Street, Chandos Lane, Chandos Street, Devonshire Street, Donnelly Road, Edwin Street, Ernest Street, Holtermann Street, Huntington Street, Jenkins Lane, Macarthur Avenue, Matthew Lane, Matthew Street, Metcalfe Street, Miller Street, Rodborough Street, Rosalind Street, Sophia Street, Thomas Lane, Trafalgar Street, West Street and Wheatleigh Street. See map in Document Library - Current Surveys with highlighted roads indicating the area being reviewed.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    Parking demand can be reduced in two ways: with time restrictions or through cost disincentives (paid parking).

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking in high demand areas and enable improved parking opportunities for residents is to: extend parking restrictions, introduce paid parking, and make these areas resident exempt. Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and thus improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space. 

    Please note however, under Council’s Resident Parking Policy there is a cost in obtaining a permit, and some residents may not be eligible for a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    Council is conducting a survey to determine whether there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    If you’d prefer to fill out a paper survey:

    a.  You can download from the Document Library - Current Surveys

    b.  Contact our Customer Services desk on 02 9936 8100. Provide your name and postal address and request that the “Residential Parking Survey for Area 19’ be mailed to your address.

    c.  Alternatively, drop in to Council’s Customer Services desk at 200 Miller Street North Sydney and request a paper survey for Residential Parking Area 9.

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 6 October 2019.

    For further information contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Operations Section on 9936 8100 or yoursay@northsydney.nsw.gov.au 

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Note: parking changes will retain existing ‘resident parking permit holders excepted - Area 12’

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Crows Nest/Wollstonecraft Residential Parking Area 12 on Bruce Street, Sinclair Street, Shirley Road, Gillies Street, Morton Street, Hazelbank Road, Rocklands Road and Crows Nest Road

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of

    Note: parking changes will retain existing ‘resident parking permit holders excepted - Area 12’

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Crows Nest/Wollstonecraft Residential Parking Area 12 on Bruce Street, Sinclair Street, Shirley Road, Gillies Street, Morton Street, Hazelbank Road, Rocklands Road and Crows Nest Road

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    Parking demand can be reduced in two ways: with time restrictions or through cost disincentives (paid parking).

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking in high demand areas and enable improved parking opportunities for residents is to: extend parking restrictions, introduce paid parking, and make these areas resident exempt. Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and thus improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space. For example, residents in North Sydney have reported significant improvement in finding parking due to improved turnover, after parking meters were installed in Edward Street and Lord Street last year.

    Please note however, under Council’s Resident Parking Policy there is a cost in obtaining a permit, and some residents may not be eligible for a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    Council is conducting a survey to determine whether there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    If you’d prefer to fill out a paper survey:

    a.  You can download from the Document Library - Current Surveys

    b.  Contact our Customer Services desk on 02 9936 8100. Provide your name and postal address and request that the “Residential Parking Survey for Area 12’ be mailed to your address.

    c.  Alternatively, drop in to Council’s Customer Services desk at 200 Miller Street North Sydney and request a paper survey for Residential Parking Area 12.


    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 22 September 2019.

    For further information contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Operations Section on 9936 8100 or yoursay@northsydney.nsw.gov.au 

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Note: parking changes will retain existing ‘resident parking permit holders excepted - Area 13’

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Crows Nest/Wollstonecraft Residential Parking Area 13 on Christie Street, Hume Street, River Lane, Lamont Street, Lithgow Street, Nicholson Street and Oxley Street.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies

    Note: parking changes will retain existing ‘resident parking permit holders excepted - Area 13’

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Crows Nest/Wollstonecraft Residential Parking Area 13 on Christie Street, Hume Street, River Lane, Lamont Street, Lithgow Street, Nicholson Street and Oxley Street.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    Parking demand can be reduced in two ways: with time restrictions or through cost disincentives (paid parking).

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking in high demand areas and enable improved parking opportunities for residents is to: extend parking restrictions, introduce paid parking, and make these areas resident exempt. Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and thus improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space. For example, residents in North Sydney have reported significant improvement in finding parking due to improved turnover, after parking meters were installed in Edward Street and Lord Street last year.

    Please note however, under Council’s Resident Parking Policy there is a cost in obtaining a permit, and some residents may not be eligible for a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    Council is conducting a survey to determine whether there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    If you’d prefer to fill out a paper survey:

    a.  You can download from the Document Library - Current Surveys

    b.  Contact our Customer Services desk on 02 9936 8100. Provide your name and postal address and request that the “Residential Parking Survey for Area 13’ be mailed to your address.

    c.  Alternatively, drop in to Council’s Customer Services desk at 200 Miller Street North Sydney and request a paper survey for Residential Parking Area 13.

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 22 September 2019.

    For further information contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Operations Section on 9936 8100 or yoursay@northsydney.nsw.gov.au 

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 21 July 2019

    Recently parking in front of businesses on Military Road, Cremorne between Spencer Road and Winnie Street was permanently removed of as part of the Transport for NSW B-Line project and changes to the tidal flow system. Council has received representations on behalf of Cremorne businesses to provide facilities for loading and short-term parking in Parraween Street which previously occurred from Military Road.

    In response to these representations, the following parking changes are proposed on the southern side of Parraween Street, to the west of the pedestrian crossing at Paling Street, adjacent to

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 21 July 2019

    Recently parking in front of businesses on Military Road, Cremorne between Spencer Road and Winnie Street was permanently removed of as part of the Transport for NSW B-Line project and changes to the tidal flow system. Council has received representations on behalf of Cremorne businesses to provide facilities for loading and short-term parking in Parraween Street which previously occurred from Military Road.

    In response to these representations, the following parking changes are proposed on the southern side of Parraween Street, to the west of the pedestrian crossing at Paling Street, adjacent to Cremorne Garden Plaza (330-338 Military Road):

    Replace 6 spaces of 2 Hour Meter 8.30am-6pm Mon-Fri 8.30am-12.30pm Sat Permit Holders Excepted Area 27 with:

    • 4 spaces of 1 Hour Parking 8.30am-6pm Mon-Fri 8.30am-12.30pm Sat  and
    • 2 spaces (11.4m) of Loading Zone 6am-6pm Mon-Fri 8.30am-12.30pm Sat

    Note – exemptions for resident permit holders will no longer apply to these 6 spaces and parking meters will be removed from these 6 spaces.


    Please refer to the plan in the Document Library.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 28 July 2019

    Council has received correspondence from residents concerned with the use of the existing Loading Zone in Zig Zag Lane, Crows Nest.  Residents have advised that the Loading Zone is used 24 hours a day and these activities are creating excessive noise especially at night time. It was suggested to remove the Loading Zone and install No Stopping to prevent vehicles accessing this area.

    As the Loading Zone is used by businesses on daily basis and cannot be removed. In order to assist residents with the issue and maintain

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 28 July 2019

    Council has received correspondence from residents concerned with the use of the existing Loading Zone in Zig Zag Lane, Crows Nest.  Residents have advised that the Loading Zone is used 24 hours a day and these activities are creating excessive noise especially at night time. It was suggested to remove the Loading Zone and install No Stopping to prevent vehicles accessing this area.

    As the Loading Zone is used by businesses on daily basis and cannot be removed. In order to assist residents with the issue and maintain the Loading Zone facility, Council is proposing to restrict the loading Zone times. Following consideration by the North Sydney Traffic Committee, North Sydney Council has adopted the following recommendation for changes in the existing Loading Zone arrangement in Zig Zag Lane, Crows Nest:

    THAT the existing Loading Zone on the northern side of Zig Zag Lan between Willoughby Lane and Zig Zag Lane be restricted to “7am-5pm Mon-Fri, 8am-12:30pm Sat” with additional “No Stopping other times” to alleviate the issue, subject to consultation with the residents and business.

    The purpose of this survey is to determine if the majority of the residents and businesses wish to retain the existing Loading Zone or introduce the time restriction. The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the restriction proposed. If there is no support for the proposed changes to the Loading Zone restriction, then it will not occur. 

    For further information contact  Iman Mohammadi Council’s Traffic and Transport Engineer on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 16 June 2019

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 10 on McHatton Street; Doohat Avenue; Doohat Lane; Priory Road; Toongarah Road and Bay Road between Edward and Harriott Streets. Refer to the map in the document library indicating the parking zones under review.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking,

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 16 June 2019

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 10 on McHatton Street; Doohat Avenue; Doohat Lane; Priory Road; Toongarah Road and Bay Road between Edward and Harriott Streets. Refer to the map in the document library indicating the parking zones under review.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    Parking demand can be reduced in two ways: with time restrictions or through cost disincentives (paid parking).

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking in high demand areas and enable improved parking opportunities for residents is to: extend parking restrictions, introduce paid parking, and make these areas resident exempt. Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and thus improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space. For example, residents have recently reported significant improvement in finding parking due to improved turnover, after parking meters were installed in Edward Street and Lord Street last year.

    Please note: under Council’s Resident Parking Policy there is a cost in obtaining a permit and some residents may not be eligible for a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on Friday 26 July 2019.

    Thank you for your assistance in completing this survey.  Please note that all comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents. 

    If you have any enquiries regarding the proposal, please contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Operations department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 16 June 2019

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 21on Carlow Street; Tucker Street; Cassins Avenue and Cassins Lane.  Refer to the map in the document library indicating the parking zones under review.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide

    Feedback closes midnight Sunday 16 June 2019

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 21on Carlow Street; Tucker Street; Cassins Avenue and Cassins Lane.  Refer to the map in the document library indicating the parking zones under review.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    Parking demand can be reduced in two ways: with time restrictions or through cost disincentives (paid parking).

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking in high demand areas and enable improved parking opportunities for residents is to: extend parking restrictions, introduce paid parking, and make these areas resident exempt. Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and thus improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space. For example, residents have recently reported significant improvement in finding parking due to improved turnover, after parking meters were installed in Edward St and Lord St last year.

    Please note: under Council’s Resident Parking Policy there is a cost in obtaining a permit and some residents may not be eligible for a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on Friday 26 July 2019.

    Thank you for your assistance in completing this survey.  Please note that all comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents. 

    If you have any enquiries regarding the proposal, please contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Operations department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes 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

    Feedback closes 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.

    For further information, contact Nathan Wu, Traffic & Transport Engineer on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    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

    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.

    For further information, contact Mr Nathan Wu, Traffic & Transport Engineer on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    UPDATE 19 AUGUST 2019

    Following public consultation and consideration by the North Sydney Traffic Committee, North Sydney Council has adopted the following recommendations:

    YOUNG STREET

    1. THAT the existing No Stopping (L) sign on the eastern side of Young Street south of Belgrave Street be relocated 5 metres to the south.

    GROSVENOR LANE

    1. THAT the existing loading zone and 15-minute parking on the northern side of Grosvenor Lane east of Young Street be relocated 5 metres to the east.

    2. THAT Seven (7) 15-minute parking spaces be installed on the northern side of the proposed Grosvenor Lane shared zone

    UPDATE 19 AUGUST 2019

    Following public consultation and consideration by the North Sydney Traffic Committee, North Sydney Council has adopted the following recommendations:

    YOUNG STREET

    1. THAT the existing No Stopping (L) sign on the eastern side of Young Street south of Belgrave Street be relocated 5 metres to the south.

    GROSVENOR LANE

    1. THAT the existing loading zone and 15-minute parking on the northern side of Grosvenor Lane east of Young Street be relocated 5 metres to the east.

    2. THAT Seven (7) 15-minute parking spaces be installed on the northern side of the proposed Grosvenor Lane shared zone east of Young Lane. 

    Refer to plan here

    It is expected that these changes will occur shortly, within the next three weeks. All enquiries regarding this work should be directed to Council’s Traffic Section on telephone 9936 8100.  Council appreciates your co-operation in this matter.

    Feedback closed Sunday 30 June 2019

    Following consultation carried out in July 2018, Council has progressed design of the Shared Zone in Grosvenor Lane between Ben Boyd Road and Young Street.

    To improve pedestrian safety and public domain outcomes intended for the Shared Zone, Council has negotiated alternative truck routes for deliveries to Woolworths to minimise heavy vehicle movements along the new Shared Zone in Grosvenor Lane.

    Woolworths delivery trucks will travel via Ben Boyd Road, Belgrave Street, Young Street and Grosvenor Lane. To allow for these movements, the following changes to parking are required:

    1. Remove one (1) parking space on Young Street south of Belgrave Street.
    2. Relocate loading zone and 15-minute parking on Grosvenor Lane east of Young Street.

    In order to offset the loss of parking resulting from the proposed Woolworths delivery route, the Shared Zone design has been amended to include seven (7) short-stay (15-minute parking) spaces on the northern side of Grosvenor Lane between Young Lane and Young Street. Refer to plan in the document library for further details.

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

    Should you wish to complete a paper version of the survey, please contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Engineer, Nathan Wu on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    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

    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.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    Feedback closes Thursday 18 April 2019

    The North Sydney Community Strategic Plan 2018 - 2028 identifies community demand for continued improvement to walking facilities in North Sydney.  

    As part of Council’s response to this demand, we are proposing to install new kerb extensions at the intersection between Atchison Street and Oxley Street, St Leonards. The intent of the works is to improve access, amenity and safety for people walking in the area. 

    The proposed changes at this intersection include:

    • New kerb extensions on Atchison Street.  These will shorten pedestrian crossing distances and provide improved visibility to/from pedestrian

    Feedback closes Thursday 18 April 2019

    The North Sydney Community Strategic Plan 2018 - 2028 identifies community demand for continued improvement to walking facilities in North Sydney.  

    As part of Council’s response to this demand, we are proposing to install new kerb extensions at the intersection between Atchison Street and Oxley Street, St Leonards. The intent of the works is to improve access, amenity and safety for people walking in the area. 

    The proposed changes at this intersection include:

    • New kerb extensions on Atchison Street.  These will shorten pedestrian crossing distances and provide improved visibility to/from pedestrian and road areas. 
    • Expanded pedestrian/footpath areas.
    • New garden beds and landscaping.

    A concept plan showing the proposed changes is available in the document library.

    The changes will include the removal of the existing central traffic islands on Atchison Street, which do not meet contemporary minimum width requirements for a pedestrian refuge.

    The proposal will not reduce the number of parking spaces in the area.

    If there is general community support for the proposed kerb extensions, it is intended that construction will be undertaken prior to the end of June 2019.

    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, Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    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

    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.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    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 Russell Street, Wollstonecraft.

    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. A plan of the proposal is shown in the document library.

    Any comments you may have regarding the proposal

    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 Russell Street, Wollstonecraft.

    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. A plan of the proposal is shown in the document library.

    Any comments you may have regarding the proposal will assist in determining the desired traffic arrangements in Russell Street.  If a change in the existing traffic arrangements in Russell 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.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    Feedback closed 1 March 2019.

    The North Sydney Community Strategic Plan 2018 – 2028 identifies community demand for continued improvement to walking facilities in North Sydney.  As part of Council’s response to this demand, a concept design has been prepared for new pedestrian crossings at the intersection between Albany Street and Oxley Street, St Leonards. The intent of the works is to improve access, amenity and safety for people walking in the area. 

    Council has received prior community feedback about it being difficult to cross at the intersection, and pedestrian activity in this area will continue to grow as

    Feedback closed 1 March 2019.

    The North Sydney Community Strategic Plan 2018 – 2028 identifies community demand for continued improvement to walking facilities in North Sydney.  As part of Council’s response to this demand, a concept design has been prepared for new pedestrian crossings at the intersection between Albany Street and Oxley Street, St Leonards. The intent of the works is to improve access, amenity and safety for people walking in the area. 

    Council has received prior community feedback about it being difficult to cross at the intersection, and pedestrian activity in this area will continue to grow as nearby developments are completed and with the opening of the Crows Nest Metro Station.

    The proposed changes at this intersection include:

    • a new raised pedestrian crossing on each approach to the intersection.  These would be level with footpaths
    • expanded pedestrian/footpath areas
    • new garden beds and landscaping
    • reconstruction of the internal roundabout circle

    Note: The changes would require the removal of car parking spaces on approach to the intersection to ensure statutory setbacks to the new pedestrian crossings are provided. The setbacks are to ensure visibility to and from pedestrian crossing areas.  The spaces required for each of the crossings are shown in red on the plan. The plan can be found in the document library.

    The project includes the expansion and landscaping of pedestrian areas around the intersection, including the installation of new garden beds.  Some trees may be impacted by the works, however, should this occur, these will be replaced with new plantings.

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

    Should you require any further information, contact Lindsay Menday, Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    UPDATE 14 AUGUST 2019

    Following public consultation and consideration by the North Sydney Traffic Committee, North Sydney Council has adopted the following recommendations:

    SPRUSON STREET

    1. THAT the existing three (3) unrestricted parking spaces on the western side of Spruson Street between Holdsworth Road and Phillips Street be changed to “No Parking”.

    2. THAT the existing unrestricted parking spaces on the eastern side of Spruson Street between Holdsworth Road and Phillips Street be changed to ‘2 Hour 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri Permit Holders Excepted Area 30’.

    3. THAT the existing unrestricted

    UPDATE 14 AUGUST 2019

    Following public consultation and consideration by the North Sydney Traffic Committee, North Sydney Council has adopted the following recommendations:

    SPRUSON STREET

    1. THAT the existing three (3) unrestricted parking spaces on the western side of Spruson Street between Holdsworth Road and Phillips Street be changed to “No Parking”.

    2. THAT the existing unrestricted parking spaces on the eastern side of Spruson Street between Holdsworth Road and Phillips Street be changed to ‘2 Hour 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri Permit Holders Excepted Area 30’.

    3. THAT the existing unrestricted parking spaces on both sides of Spruson Street between Phillips Street and Colindia Avenue be changed to ‘2 Hour 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri Permit Holders Excepted Area 30’.

    PHILLIPS STREET

    1. THAT half of the existing unrestricted parking spaces (approx. 8 car spaces) on the southern side of Phillips Street between Spruson Street and Ben Boyd Road be changed to ‘2 Hour 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri Permit Holders Excepted Area 30 and 31’.

    2. THAT the existing ‘2 Hour 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri Permit Holders Excepted Area 31’ restrictions (approx. 3 car spaces) on the northern side of Phillips Street between No.4A and No.10 Phillips Street be changed to include Area 30 & Area 31 permits.

    Refer to plan here

    It is expected that these changes will occur shortly, within the next three weeks.

    Feedback closed 5pm Monday 18 February 2019

    Background

    It is Council’s understanding that buses are experiencing difficulties negotiating the narrow section of Spruson Street between Holdsworth Road and Phillips Street. With cars parked on both sides of the narrow section, bus operator has advised that this has caused difficulties when inbound and outbound services meet at the intersection and may result in potential collision with parked vehicles.

    Council at its meeting on 27 August 2018 considered the matter and resolved to survey the residents of Spruson Street and surrounding streets with regard to the removal of three (3) parking spaces on the western side of Spruson Street between Holdsworth Road and Phillips Street to improve bus access and road safety.

    As part of the proposal, it was found that there is an opportunity to compensate the parking loss by installing 90-degree angle parking on Spruson Street between property no. 50 and 68 where the road width is approximately 12.8m. Considering there are more driveways on the eastern side than the western side of the subject road section, it is proposed to install 90-degree angle parking on the western side to maximise parking (net increase of 13 spaces) and No Parking restrictions on the eastern side to maintain two-way traffic flow.

    Further at its meeting on 7 September 2018, Council resolved to include an additional alternative option in the Spruson Street survey to install 2-hour timed parking on the eastern side of Spruson Street between Holdsworth Road and Phillips Street and in Phillips Street between Ben Boyd Road and Spruson Street to offset the proposed loss of 3 parking spaces in Spruson Street. Additionally, it is proposed to extend the 2-hour parking restrictions in Spruson Street to Colindia Avenue.

    The use of 2-hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still providing some flexibility for local residents and their visitors. Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy some residents may not be eligible for a permit and there is a cost in obtaining a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100. 

    The purpose of this survey is to determine if there is support to retain existing restrictions or change existing parking restrictions and configurations. The survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking arrangements proposed in your street.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on Friday, 22 March 2019. All members of the community are welcome to attend this meeting.

    Please refer to the plan in the Document Library. 

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    UPDATE 26/3/19

    The outcomes of the community engagement and recommendations were reported to the Traffic Committee under delegated authority on 14 March 2019. The following recommendation was subsequently approved under delegated authority on 18 March 2019:

    THAT Council implement the parking arrangements in Mount Street, North Sydney as per the attached plan Proposed Parking Configurations dated January 2019 (Proposal 1B)

    For further details on the changes please refer to the report and plan in the Mount Street document library.

    The parking changes will be implemented on completion of the streetscape works at 100

    UPDATE 26/3/19

    The outcomes of the community engagement and recommendations were reported to the Traffic Committee under delegated authority on 14 March 2019. The following recommendation was subsequently approved under delegated authority on 18 March 2019:

    THAT Council implement the parking arrangements in Mount Street, North Sydney as per the attached plan Proposed Parking Configurations dated January 2019 (Proposal 1B)

    For further details on the changes please refer to the report and plan in the Mount Street document library.

    The parking changes will be implemented on completion of the streetscape works at 100 Mount Street.

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    Feedback closed midnight Sunday 10 February 2019.

    Background

    Council undertook consultation in July 2018 with regard to streetscape upgrades in Mount Street between Denison Street and Walker Street. The streetscape works on the northern side of Mount Street are currently being carried out as part of the re-development of 100 Mount Street. Based on the community consultation feedback, Council has proposed changes to the parking restrictions to provide more loading facilities for local businesses.

    The proposed parking restrictions include:

    • 4 x Loading Zone 5am-6pm Mon-Fri; 2 Hour Meter 6pm-midnight Mon-Fri; 1P 8.30am-12.30pm Sat, including one space on the southern side

    • 1 x 5-minute parking 5am-11am Mon-Fri adjacent to the Australia Post box

    • Conversion of former angle parking on northern side of Mount Street to parallel parking

    • 7 x 1 Hour Meter 8.30am-midnight Mon-Fri; 1 Hour 8.30am-12.30pm Sat on the northern side.

    • 6 x 1 Hour Meter 8.30am-6pm Mon-Fri; 2 Hour Meter 6pm-midnight Mon-Fri; 1 Hour 8.30am-12.30pm Sat on the southern side.

    Please refer to the plan in the Document Library 

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    Feedback closed midnight Sunday 3 February 2019.

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 26 within the boarder of Oak Avenue, Park Avenue, Ernest Street, Young Street and Belgrave Street. Please refer to the attached map indicating the parking zones under review.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will

    Feedback closed midnight Sunday 3 February 2019.

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 26 within the boarder of Oak Avenue, Park Avenue, Ernest Street, Young Street and Belgrave Street. Please refer to the attached map indicating the parking zones under review.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking is to extend parking restrictions, introduce parking meters and make these areas resident exempt. Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space.  Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy there is a cost in obtaining a permit, and some residents may not be eligible for a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.   

    The purpose of the attached survey is to determine if there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street. 

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee under Traffic Delegated Authority. To follow up on the progress, please visit Council website via the link above.   

    All comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents. 

    For further information, contact Council’s Traffic and Transport Operations Department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    Feedback closes 29 March 2019.

    Amendments were made to the intersection between Young Street and Grasmere Road in 2017.  

    Following the completion of the works, Council received feedback from members of the community raising concern about some aspects on the new design.  The most common issues raised were:

    • concerns that speeds had increased in Grasmere Road as a result of the intersection changes.
    • concerns that drivers were confused over who has priority at the intersection.
    • concerns about insufficient visibility to and from the pedestrian crossing point over Young Street to the south of Grasmere Road.

    Feedback closes 29 March 2019.

    Amendments were made to the intersection between Young Street and Grasmere Road in 2017.  

    Following the completion of the works, Council received feedback from members of the community raising concern about some aspects on the new design.  The most common issues raised were:

    • concerns that speeds had increased in Grasmere Road as a result of the intersection changes.
    • concerns that drivers were confused over who has priority at the intersection.
    • concerns about insufficient visibility to and from the pedestrian crossing point over Young Street to the south of Grasmere Road.

    In response to these concerns, Council conducted a review of the intersection and engaged Transport and Urban Planning Pty Ltd to conduct an independent Road Safety Audit. The Road Safety Audit recommended a number of signage and linemarking changes to improve safety, which will be made early in 2019. Further details regarding the review, and a full version of the Road Safety Audit, are available in the Council report in the document library.

    Before and after speed counts for the intersection were collected as part of the review, and are provided in notification letter in the document library.


    Have Your Say - Potential Amendments to the Intersection 

    Council is seeking community feedback on two possible amendments to the intersection as shown on the plan in the document library.

    Should you require any further information, contact Lindsay Menday, Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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    Feedback closes Wednesday 27 February 2019.

    As part of Council’s commitment to improve pedestrian and traffic safety, it is proposed to install a raised pedestrian crossing on Yeo Street, on the western side of the intersection with Watson Street.

    The proposed pedestrian crossing incorporates a flat top road hump and kerb extensions which will increase visibility of approaching drivers, slow down traffic and reduce the crossing distance. A copy of the plan is available in the document library.

    Please note: the proposal will result in a loss of three on-street parking spaces in order to be

    Feedback closes Wednesday 27 February 2019.

    As part of Council’s commitment to improve pedestrian and traffic safety, it is proposed to install a raised pedestrian crossing on Yeo Street, on the western side of the intersection with Watson Street.

    The proposed pedestrian crossing incorporates a flat top road hump and kerb extensions which will increase visibility of approaching drivers, slow down traffic and reduce the crossing distance. A copy of the plan is available in the document library.

    Please note: the proposal will result in a loss of three on-street parking spaces in order to be compliant with Australian Standards and RMS guidelines.

    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 in Yeo Street. If a change in the existing traffic arrangements in Yeo Street is not considered warranted by the community then this proposal may not proceed.

    All comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents. 

    For further information, contact Mr Nathan Wu, Traffic & Transport Engineer on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closed 4 January 2019.

    A summary of the Area 15 (Wollstonecraft) survey results are available in the Completed Survey Document Library. The recommendations of Council’s Traffic Engineer were referred the external Traffic Committee members on 5 June 2019 under delegated authority and subsequently approved on the 8 July 2019.

    Notifications letters will be distributed to affected residents informing them of the parking changes by Friday 26 July 2019.  Signage will be installed shortly thereafter.

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Wollstonecraft Parking Area 15 on Boronia Street, Cable Street,

    Feedback closed 4 January 2019.

    A summary of the Area 15 (Wollstonecraft) survey results are available in the Completed Survey Document Library. The recommendations of Council’s Traffic Engineer were referred the external Traffic Committee members on 5 June 2019 under delegated authority and subsequently approved on the 8 July 2019.

    Notifications letters will be distributed to affected residents informing them of the parking changes by Friday 26 July 2019.  Signage will be installed shortly thereafter.

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Wollstonecraft Parking Area 15 on Boronia Street, Cable Street, Milray Avenue, Russell Street, Shirley Road, Telopea Street and Tryon Avenue. See map in document library map with highlighted roads indicating the area being reviewed.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing increasing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, it is proposed to introduce a number of parking strategies which will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking is to extend parking restrictions, and/or install parking meters and make them resident exempt.  Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space.  Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    Council also operates a Visitor Parking Permit scheme.  Vehicles that display the permit are able to park in residential zones and are not subject to the time restrictions.  Each residential property is entitled to 30 Visitor Permits per year, and each permit is valid for one day.  For further information, including fees, visit Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Business_Parking/Resident_Visitor_Parking/Visitor_Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street. 

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee under Traffic Delegated Authority. To follow up on the progress, please visit Council’s website via the link above.   

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

    For further information, contact Council’s Traffic and Transport Operations Department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes 4 January 2019.

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 2 within the boarder of Ennis Road, High Street, Clark Road, Adderstone Avenue, Stannards Place, Bradly Avenue, Hipwood Street, McDougall Street, and Broughton Street. Please refer to the attached map indicating the parking zones under review.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing

    Feedback closes 4 January 2019.

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 2 within the boarder of Ennis Road, High Street, Clark Road, Adderstone Avenue, Stannards Place, Bradly Avenue, Hipwood Street, McDougall Street, and Broughton Street. Please refer to the attached map indicating the parking zones under review.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking is to extend parking restrictions, introduce parking meters and make these areas resident exempt. Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space.  Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy there is a cost in obtaining a permit, and some residents may not be eligible for a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.   

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street. 

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee under Traffic Delegated Authority. To follow up on the progress, please visit Council’s website via the link above.   

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

    For further information, contact Council’s Traffic and Transport Operations Department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

    Details of individual submissions may be made public in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Clause 18(g) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Personal information will only be made available by application in accordance with Part 2, Division 2 - Public interest considerations - of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    UPDATE 25 January 2019: On 10 December 2018, Council approved the recommended Traffic Committee parking changes within Areas 22 for the following areas:

    1. RIDGE ST on the southern side between Elliot Street and Walker Street:

    FROM: Unrestricted Parking
    TO: 2 Hour Parking 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri, Permit Holders Excepted Area 22.

    2. RIDGE ST between Walker Street and Ridge Street cul-de-sac:

    FROM: No Parking
    TO: 2 Hour Parking 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri, Permit Holders Excepted Area 22.


    It is expected that these changes will occur shortly, within the next three weeks.

    Minutes of the

    UPDATE 25 January 2019: On 10 December 2018, Council approved the recommended Traffic Committee parking changes within Areas 22 for the following areas:

    1. RIDGE ST on the southern side between Elliot Street and Walker Street:

    FROM: Unrestricted Parking
    TO: 2 Hour Parking 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri, Permit Holders Excepted Area 22.

    2. RIDGE ST between Walker Street and Ridge Street cul-de-sac:

    FROM: No Parking
    TO: 2 Hour Parking 8:30am-6pm Mon-Fri, Permit Holders Excepted Area 22.


    It is expected that these changes will occur shortly, within the next three weeks.

    Minutes of the Traffic Committee meeting held on 10 December regarding this matter are available on Council website at www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/tpc or by contacting Council on 9936 8100. Council appreciates your co-operation in this matter.

    Feedback closed 12 October 2018.

    North Sydney Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Area 22 on Walker Street between Ridge Street and McLaren Street and on the southern side of Ridge Street between Miller Street and the Cul-de-sac. Refer to the map in the document library indicating the parking zones under review. 

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, introducing a number of parking strategies will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource. In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking is to extend parking restrictions, introduce parking meters and make these areas resident exempt. Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space. 

    Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy there is a cost in obtaining a permit, and some residents may not be eligible for a permit.

    Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, can be found on Council’s website https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Forms/Parking or contact Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of this survey is to determine if there is support to retain existing restrictions or introduce additional metered and/or timed parking restrictions. The survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    All comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents. 

    For further information, contact Council’s Traffic and Transport Operations Department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    UPDATE:  Following community consultation, the North Sydney Traffic Committee approved the proposed relocation of the Mail Zone outside 34-40 Union Street, McMahons Point as per the plan available in the Closed/Expired Document Library.

    It is expected the changes will be implemented by 9 November 2018. Relocation of the Street Posting Boxes will be undertaken by Australia Post. Motorists are advised to always check signs before parking.

    Feedback closed 5pm Friday 17 August 2018.

    Council has received representations regarding sight issues exiting the driveway of 34-40 Union Street, McMahons Point due to vehicles parked to the west of the

    UPDATE:  Following community consultation, the North Sydney Traffic Committee approved the proposed relocation of the Mail Zone outside 34-40 Union Street, McMahons Point as per the plan available in the Closed/Expired Document Library.

    It is expected the changes will be implemented by 9 November 2018. Relocation of the Street Posting Boxes will be undertaken by Australia Post. Motorists are advised to always check signs before parking.

    Feedback closed 5pm Friday 17 August 2018.

    Council has received representations regarding sight issues exiting the driveway of 34-40 Union Street, McMahons Point due to vehicles parked to the west of the driveway. While it has been the longstanding position of Council not to remove parking adjacent to driveways, there may be an opportunity to adjust the current parking arrangements to improve visibility at the driveway, while retaining the on-street parking provisions.

    It is proposed to relocate the Mail Zone, currently positioned to the east of the driveway, to the western side of the driveway. This will restrict vehicles from parking within up to 7.5 metres west of the driveway, when the Mail Zone is not in use. 2 spaces of ½ Hour Parking which currently extends either side of the driveway will be retained by shifting the entire zone to the eastern side of the driveway. In addition, Australia Post will relocate the existing red street posting box and the green distribution box to the proposed Mail Zone location. A plan of the proposed changes is in the Document Library.

    HAVE YOUR SAY

    Council is seeking feedback on the proposal and will use this feedback to progress to implementation. The attached survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the proposed changes.

    Please note that all comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents. You can follow the progress of this matter at the above webpage. 

    If you have any enquiries regarding the proposal, please contact Michaela Kemp on 9936 8100.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    UPDATE 15 AUGUST 2019

    Following public consultation and consideration by the North Sydney Traffic Committee, North Sydney Council has adopted the following recommendation in Wilson Street:

    1.  THAT No Stopping (full time) be installed on the western side of Wilson Street at the pinch point near the telegraph pole outside No. 8A Carter Street (approx. 1 parking space)

    2.  THAT No Stopping “6am-1pm Mondays and Fridays” be installed opposite property No.14 Wilson Street (14 metres long).

    3.  THAT this matter be reported back to traffic committee in 6 months with regard to any

    UPDATE 15 AUGUST 2019

    Following public consultation and consideration by the North Sydney Traffic Committee, North Sydney Council has adopted the following recommendation in Wilson Street:

    1.  THAT No Stopping (full time) be installed on the western side of Wilson Street at the pinch point near the telegraph pole outside No. 8A Carter Street (approx. 1 parking space)

    2.  THAT No Stopping “6am-1pm Mondays and Fridays” be installed opposite property No.14 Wilson Street (14 metres long).

    3.  THAT this matter be reported back to traffic committee in 6 months with regard to any feedback received.

    Refer to plan here.

    It is expected that these changes will occur shortly, within the next three weeks.

    All enquiries regarding this work should be directed to Council’s Traffic Section on telephone 9936 8100.  Council appreciates your co-operation in this matter.

    UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2018: 

    The results of the resident parking survey were reported to the Traffic Committee meeting on 7 September 2018, including proposed changes to on-street parking. 

    For further information visit https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Meetings/Committees/Traffic_Committee(External link)

    Feedback closed 5pm Monday, 13 August 2018.

    Council has received correspondence from a number of residents in Wilson Street concerning traffic and parking issues at the entry/exit of Wilson Street during the morning peak. Concerns have also been raised that, garbage trucks are experiencing difficulties accessing the street due to vehicles parked on both sides of the street at narrow sections.

    Following investigations, Council has proposed two options to address the concerns being raised. Prior to completing the survey, please review the proposed plan in the document library. 

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street. Council will take all comments received into consideration in making a determination on this matter.

    If you have any enquiries regarding the proposal, contact Nathan Wu of Council’s Traffic Planning Section on 9936 8100.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    UPDATE: The results of the resident parking survey were  reported to the Traffic Committee meeting on 4 May 2018, including proposed changes to on-street parking. Members of the public are welcome  to attend this meeting. The minutes were subsequently adopted at Council’s meeting on 28 May 2018. Notifications of proposed changes can be found here.

    Feedback closed Friday 13 April 2018.

    Council is seeking feedback to determine if the majority of the residents wish to retain the existing unrestricted parking or introduce 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions in Spruson Street and the

    UPDATE: The results of the resident parking survey were  reported to the Traffic Committee meeting on 4 May 2018, including proposed changes to on-street parking. Members of the public are welcome  to attend this meeting. The minutes were subsequently adopted at Council’s meeting on 28 May 2018. Notifications of proposed changes can be found here.

    Feedback closed Friday 13 April 2018.

    Council is seeking feedback to determine if the majority of the residents wish to retain the existing unrestricted parking or introduce 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions in Spruson Street and the other streets listed on the survey.  There will be another survey later in the year to include the other streets in Area 30.

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street. If there is no support for the proposed changes to the parking restrictions, then they will not occur.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closed 5pm Friday 13 July 2018

    Background

    Council undertook public exhibition of the North Sydney CBD Laneways concept plan (Laneways Masterplan) between November 2017 and January 2018. The community’s response was largely positive with some concerns being raised around the need to provide sufficient areas for business servicing activities within the precinct. In March 2018, Council resolved to endorse the concept masterplan, noting the need to resolve more detailed design matters.

    The re-development of 100 Mount Street and required streetscape works represents an opportunity to implement an early stage of the concept plan by improving the pedestrian environment

    Feedback closed 5pm Friday 13 July 2018

    Background

    Council undertook public exhibition of the North Sydney CBD Laneways concept plan (Laneways Masterplan) between November 2017 and January 2018. The community’s response was largely positive with some concerns being raised around the need to provide sufficient areas for business servicing activities within the precinct. In March 2018, Council resolved to endorse the concept masterplan, noting the need to resolve more detailed design matters.

    The re-development of 100 Mount Street and required streetscape works represents an opportunity to implement an early stage of the concept plan by improving the pedestrian environment and revising the parking layout along its Mount Street frontage. Pedestrian activity in the Mount Street area is expected to increase considerably over the next few years with nearby major developments bringing significant growth in the area. 

    What's proposed?

    The plan has been prepared to implement the first stage of the endorsed Laneways Masterplan. It can be viewed in the document library. The plan further proposes to deliver improvements as part of a comprehensive streetscape upgrade that will expand and improve public space with increased footpath/public domain space, and new high quality paving.

    The improvements are proposed on the northern side of Mount Street between Denison Street and Walker Street and include:

    • Changes to kerb alignment to achieve acceptable footpath levels for pedestrians
    • Widening of the footpath to improve public domain, pedestrian amenity and to accommodate for increased pedestrian foot traffic in the near future
    • Conversion of former angle parking (currently Work Zone for 100 Mount Street) to parallel parking
    • Changes to parking restrictions to accommodate loading activities between 5am-10am Mon-Fri; and 1 Hour Metered Parking from 10am-midnight Mon-Fri and 8.30am-12.30pm Saturdays

    No changes are proposed to the kerb or parking on the southern side of Mount Street.

    On 15 June 2018, Council’s Traffic Committee considered the proposed changes and recommended consultation be undertaken prior to any further implementation. The streetscape works would likely be undertaken in October/November 2018.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closed 27 August 2018.

    Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Cammeray Parking Area 20 affecting Anzac Avenue, Cammeray Avenue, Ernest Street, Lillis Street, Lytton Street, Moodie Street and Rosalind Street. Refer to map in 'Document Library'.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing increasing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, it is proposed to introduce a number of parking strategies which will provide a

    Feedback closed 27 August 2018.

    Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Cammeray Parking Area 20 affecting Anzac Avenue, Cammeray Avenue, Ernest Street, Lillis Street, Lytton Street, Moodie Street and Rosalind Street. Refer to map in 'Document Library'.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing increasing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, it is proposed to introduce a number of parking strategies which will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking is to extend parking restrictions, introduce parking meters and make these areas resident exempt.  Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space.  Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy (refer to 'Important Links' to view this Policy), including eligibility and fees.

    Council also operates a Visitor Parking Permit Scheme.  Vehicles that display the permit are able to park in residential zones and are not subject to the time restrictions. Each residential property is entitled to 30 Visitor Permits per year, and each permit is valid for one day. For further information, including fees, refer to 'Important Links'.

    This survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    All comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents. 

    For further information, contact Council’s Traffic and Transport Operations Department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closed Friday 11 May 2018.

    Council has received an application from FDC Construction (NSW) Pty Ltd to change parking restrictions on Edward Street between Mount Street and the cul-de-sac during upcoming construction of the Shore School Physical Education Centre (SPEC). Prior to submitting feedback ensure you have read the stakeholder letter and parking plan in the document library.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal

    Feedback closed Friday 11 May 2018.

    Council has received an application from FDC Construction (NSW) Pty Ltd to change parking restrictions on Edward Street between Mount Street and the cul-de-sac during upcoming construction of the Shore School Physical Education Centre (SPEC). Prior to submitting feedback ensure you have read the stakeholder letter and parking plan in the document library.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    UPDATE: The results of the resident parking survey were reported to the Traffic Committee meeting on 4 May 2018.It was resolved:

    1. THAT the existing parking arrangement in Rangers Road between Murdoch Street and Spofforth Street be retained.

    2. THAT Council installs ‘Motorbike Only’ signs on the small kerb space between the driveways of 56 and 58 Rangers Road.

    For further information visit https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Meetings/Committees/Traffic_Committee

    Feedback closed 20 March 2018 (extended). Council is seeking feedback on the expansion of 2-hour parking restrictions with permit holders exempt in Rangers Road, Cremorne (between Murdoch Street and Spofforth Street).

    The survey is not a voting

    UPDATE: The results of the resident parking survey were reported to the Traffic Committee meeting on 4 May 2018.It was resolved:

    1. THAT the existing parking arrangement in Rangers Road between Murdoch Street and Spofforth Street be retained.

    2. THAT Council installs ‘Motorbike Only’ signs on the small kerb space between the driveways of 56 and 58 Rangers Road.

    For further information visit https://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Council_Meetings/Meetings/Committees/Traffic_Committee

    Feedback closed 20 March 2018 (extended). Council is seeking feedback on the expansion of 2-hour parking restrictions with permit holders exempt in Rangers Road, Cremorne (between Murdoch Street and Spofforth Street).

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street. If there is no support for the proposed changes to the parking restrictions, then they will not occur.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback closes 23 February 2018. Council is seeking feedback on walking and cycling improvements proposed in Merlin Street, Neutral Bay (between Ernest Street and Military Road). Landscaping and public domain improvements are also proposed as part of these works.

    Before completing the feedback survey please refer to the Concept Plans and FAQs available in the 'Document Library'.

    For further information contact Council’s Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator, Lindsay Menday on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and

    Feedback closes 23 February 2018. Council is seeking feedback on walking and cycling improvements proposed in Merlin Street, Neutral Bay (between Ernest Street and Military Road). Landscaping and public domain improvements are also proposed as part of these works.

    Before completing the feedback survey please refer to the Concept Plans and FAQs available in the 'Document Library'.

    For further information contact Council’s Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator, Lindsay Menday on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Survey closes 01 December 2017. Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Crows Nest Parking Area 19 bounded by Chandos Street, Alexander Street, Albany Street and Oxley Street.  Refer to map in 'Document Library' - red lines indicating the approximate scope of proposed changes.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing increasing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, it is proposed to introduce a

    Survey closes 01 December 2017. Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the Crows Nest Parking Area 19 bounded by Chandos Street, Alexander Street, Albany Street and Oxley Street.  Refer to map in 'Document Library' - red lines indicating the approximate scope of proposed changes.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing increasing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, it is proposed to introduce a number of parking strategies which will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking is to extend parking restrictions, introduce parking meters and make these areas resident exempt.  Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space.  Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy (refer to 'Important Links' to view this Policy), including eligibility and fees.

    Please note that restrictions in Willoughby Road will not include resident parking.

    Council also operates a Visitor Parking Permit Scheme.  Vehicles that display the permit are able to park in residential zones and are not subject to the time restrictions. Each residential property is entitled to 30 Visitor Permits per year, and each permit is valid for one day. For further information, including fees, refer to 'Important Links'.

    This survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    Thank you for your assistance in completing this survey.  Please note that all comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents. 

    For further information contact Council’s Traffic and Transport Operations Department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Survey closed 24 November 2017. Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Areas 9 and 10 on the west side of Pacific Highway affecting Bay Road, Edward Street and Lord Avenue. Refer to map in 'Document Library' showing the scope of proposed changes.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing increasing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, it is proposed to introduce a number of parking strategies which will provide

    Survey closed 24 November 2017. Council has recently reviewed the existing parking restrictions in the North Sydney Parking Areas 9 and 10 on the west side of Pacific Highway affecting Bay Road, Edward Street and Lord Avenue. Refer to map in 'Document Library' showing the scope of proposed changes.

    It is Council’s understanding that residents and their visitors are experiencing increasing difficulties in obtaining parking close to their property due to increased demand, particularly from commuters and visitors to the area.

    Since Council is unable to increase the supply of on-street parking, it is proposed to introduce a number of parking strategies which will provide a more equitable way to manage parking and give residents and their visitors fair access to the resource.  In addition, the proposal is to rationalise the parking restriction variations to simplify the time limits.

    The most effective way to manage commuter parking is to extend parking restrictions, introduce parking meters and make these areas resident exempt.  Combined with enforcement, this ensures that there is a turnover of vehicles and improves the likelihood of finding a vacant parking space.  Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy (refer to 'Important Links' to view this Policy), including eligibility and fees.

    Council also operates a Visitor Parking Permit Scheme.  Vehicles that display the permit are able to park in residential zones and are not subject to the time restrictions. Each residential property is entitled to 30 Visitor Permits per year, and each permit is valid for one day. For further information, including fees, refer to 'Important Links'.

    This survey is not a voting form as such, but will assist in determining support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    All comments received will be considered, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.  

    For further information contact Council’s Traffic and Transport Operations Department on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.


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    Feedback closed 15 November 2017. Council has received concerns regarding parking arrangements in Shellcove Road hindering driveway and footpath access between Billong Street and Hollowforth Avenue, and it is Council’s understanding that the residents in Shellcove Road are experiencing increasing difficulties obtaining parking close to their property, due to increased demand, particularly from commuters.

    This matter was considered at the North Sydney Traffic Committee on 5 May 2017 and at the Council meeting on 22 May 2017 where it was subsequently resolved that appropriate enforcement of the Road Rules be carried out, and that local residents be surveyed to ascertain

    Feedback closed 15 November 2017. Council has received concerns regarding parking arrangements in Shellcove Road hindering driveway and footpath access between Billong Street and Hollowforth Avenue, and it is Council’s understanding that the residents in Shellcove Road are experiencing increasing difficulties obtaining parking close to their property, due to increased demand, particularly from commuters.

    This matter was considered at the North Sydney Traffic Committee on 5 May 2017 and at the Council meeting on 22 May 2017 where it was subsequently resolved that appropriate enforcement of the Road Rules be carried out, and that local residents be surveyed to ascertain their preferences for the ongoing parking arrangements in Shellcove Road.

    Council has proposed three options (Options 1, 2 or 3) to address this matter as well as an Option 4 to maintain the status quo (i.e. no change).

    Additionally, Council seeks residents’ opinion with regard to the introduction of 2 Hour parking restrictions in Shellcove Road between Billong Street and Hollowforth Avenue. Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy,

    Before completing the feedback survey refer to the Options Diagram available from the 'Document Library' and Council's Resident Parking Permit Policy available under 'Important Links'.

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    It is not intended to reply to individual respondents - the consultation findings will be made available on this project page.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on 24 November 2017. All members of the community are welcome to attend this meeting.

    For further information contact Council’s Traffic and Transport Engineer, Nathan Wu on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

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    Feedback closed 3 November 2017. Council is seeking feedback on which option best responds to the needs of the local community. Options 1 to 3 would require the removal of car parking spaces in the area immediately adjacent to the pedestrian facility to allow for the minimum required sight distances. Council is also including a ‘do nothing’ option (option 4).

    Before completing the feedback survey please refer to the Concept Plans available in the 'Document Library'.

    For further information contact Council’s Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator, Lindsay Menday on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will

    Feedback closed 3 November 2017. Council is seeking feedback on which option best responds to the needs of the local community. Options 1 to 3 would require the removal of car parking spaces in the area immediately adjacent to the pedestrian facility to allow for the minimum required sight distances. Council is also including a ‘do nothing’ option (option 4).

    Before completing the feedback survey please refer to the Concept Plans available in the 'Document Library'.

    For further information contact Council’s Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator, Lindsay Menday on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.


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    Feedback closed 3 November 2017. Council is seeking feedback on walking and cycling improvements proposed in Bent Street, Neutral Bay (between Winter Avenue and Yeo Street). Landscaping and public domain improvements are also proposed as part of these works.

    Before completing the feedback survey please refer to the Concept Plans available in the 'Document Library'. 

    For further information contact Council’s Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator, Lindsay Menday on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the

    Feedback closed 3 November 2017. Council is seeking feedback on walking and cycling improvements proposed in Bent Street, Neutral Bay (between Winter Avenue and Yeo Street). Landscaping and public domain improvements are also proposed as part of these works.

    Before completing the feedback survey please refer to the Concept Plans available in the 'Document Library'. 

    For further information contact Council’s Sustainable Transport Projects Coordinator, Lindsay Menday on 9936 8100.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Submissions closed 31 August

    IMPORTANT NOTE: all comments received will be considered in the review of the project, however as there may be a significant number of submissions made, it is not intended to reply to individual responses.

    The North Sydney Community Strategic Plan 2013-2023 identifies that improved walking and cycling connections are a key priority for the community, and feedback from the community consistently indicates that many more people will walk and cycle for transport when safer, more convenient and more attractive routes are available.

    In response to this community demand,

    Submissions closed 31 August

    IMPORTANT NOTE: all comments received will be considered in the review of the project, however as there may be a significant number of submissions made, it is not intended to reply to individual responses.

    The North Sydney Community Strategic Plan 2013-2023 identifies that improved walking and cycling connections are a key priority for the community, and feedback from the community consistently indicates that many more people will walk and cycle for transport when safer, more convenient and more attractive routes are available.

    In response to this community demand, Council have prepared a concept plan for improved walking and cycling connections along Ridge Street, North Sydney (the Ridge Street Active Transport Upgrade Plan). The Plan proposes significant improvements to walking and cycling facilities such as expanded pedestrian areas, upgraded pedestrian crossings, and new separated cycling paths. The Plan further proposes to deliver these improvements as part of a comprehensive streetscape upgrade that will expand and improve public space with new landscaping and garden beds, additional street trees, new high quality paving, and public amenities such as new seating.

    The improvements are proposed between Miller Street and West Street and include:

    • Upgrade of two existing pedestrian crossings to substantially reduce the total crossing distances and provide access level with surrounding footpaths.
    • Changes to intersections that will reduce crossing distances for pedestrians, make it easier to see to and from pedestrian crossing points and road areas, and encourage slower vehicle speeds around corners.
    • An expanded pedestrian environment with large areas of new garden beds, new street trees, new areas of paving and new public facilities such as seating and bicycle parking.
    • Changes to the Traffic Control Signals at the intersection between Miller Street and Ridge Street to improve pedestrian safety and provide a dedicated cycle crossing.
    • A new ‘continuous footpath treatment’ at the intersection between Ridge Street and Cunningham Street, which is an area raised above road level so that pedestrian access across the intersections is level with footpaths.
    • A new ‘in-lane’ bus stop catering for passenger set downs on Ridge Street and new signage allowing bus set downs and pick-ups in Miller Street.
    • New bi-directional cycle path on the north side of Ridge Street that is separated from footpaths and road areas. These type of paths are demonstrated to make cycling accessible to a far broader range of people.

    View the concept plan to see key features of the proposed design (in the Document Library).

    The design/layout proposed is based on similar active transport/streetscape upgrade projects implemented successfully in other parts of Sydney and internationally.

    Ridge Street does not need to be widened to accommodate the cycle path which fits within existing kerb lines.

    The works will reduce the lane widths on Ridge Street which is expected to slow vehicle speeds and emphasise a pedestrian friendly/local road setting in Ridge Street. The lanes and layout have been designed with reference to relevant guidelines and standards.

    The proposal has minimal impact on car parking provision in Ridge Street. The number of on-street car parking spaces is unchanged. The location of some spaces will change slightly to allow the works to take place. One loading zone space is proposed to be removed to ensure that set-backs to the traffic control signals on Miller Street are consistent with current standards/requirements for safe road operation.

    For more information contact Council’s Sustainable Transport Project Coordinator, Lindsay Menday on 9936 8100.

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    Public Consultation – Warung Street, Mcmahons Point - Proposed Parking Changes in Area 7

    Council has received correspondence from residents concerned about the availability of on-street parking for residents in Warung Street. Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to propose 2-hour parking restrictions with permit holder’s exemption on southern side of Warung Street.

    The use of 2-hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still providing some flexibility for local residents and their visitors. Please note

    Public Consultation – Warung Street, Mcmahons Point - Proposed Parking Changes in Area 7

    Council has received correspondence from residents concerned about the availability of on-street parking for residents in Warung Street. Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to propose 2-hour parking restrictions with permit holder’s exemption on southern side of Warung Street.

    The use of 2-hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still providing some flexibility for local residents and their visitors. Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy some residents may not be eligible for a permit and there is a cost in obtaining a permit.

    Read Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, or by contacting Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if the majority of the residents wish to retain the existing unrestricted parking or introduce 2-hour parking restrictions in Warung Street.

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    If there is no support for the proposed changes to the parking restrictions, then they will not occur.

    Closing Date & Next Steps

    If you do wish to comment it would be appreciated if you could complete the survey by Saturday 30 September 2017.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on 20 October 2017.

    All members of the community are welcome to attend this meeting.

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    Public Consultation – West Street, Crows Nest - Proposed Parking Changes In Area 21

    Council has received a request from Hayberry Precinct about availability of on-street parking for residents in West Street, between Hayberry Street and Falcon Street.

    Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to convert the unrestricted parking to either 2 hour parking restrictions or 4 hour parking restrictions with permit holders exemption.

    The use of 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still

    Public Consultation – West Street, Crows Nest - Proposed Parking Changes In Area 21

    Council has received a request from Hayberry Precinct about availability of on-street parking for residents in West Street, between Hayberry Street and Falcon Street.

    Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to convert the unrestricted parking to either 2 hour parking restrictions or 4 hour parking restrictions with permit holders exemption.

    The use of 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still providing some flexibility for local residents and their visitors. Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy some residents may not be eligible for a permit and there is a cost in obtaining a permit.

    Read Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, or by contacting Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if the majority of the residents wish to retain the existing unrestricted parking or introduce 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions in West Street.

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    If there is no support for the proposed changes to the parking restrictions, then they will not occur.

    Closing Date & Next Steps

    If you do wish to comment it would be appreciated if you could complete the survey by Friday 1 September 2017.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on 20 October 2017.

    All members of the community are welcome to attend this meeting.

    Thank you for your assistance in completing this survey.

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

    If you have any enquiries regarding the proposal, please contact Ms Maria Coyne of Council’s Traffic Planning Section on 9936 8100.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Public Consultation – Premier Street, Neutral Bay - Proposed Parking Changes In Area 30

    Council has received correspondence from residents concerned about the availability of on-street parking for residents in Premier Street, between Ben Boyd Road and Lindsay Street.

    Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to convert the unrestricted parking to either 2 hour parking restrictions or 4 hour parking restrictions with permit holders exemption.

    The use of 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while

    Public Consultation – Premier Street, Neutral Bay - Proposed Parking Changes In Area 30

    Council has received correspondence from residents concerned about the availability of on-street parking for residents in Premier Street, between Ben Boyd Road and Lindsay Street.

    Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to convert the unrestricted parking to either 2 hour parking restrictions or 4 hour parking restrictions with permit holders exemption.

    The use of 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still providing some flexibility for local residents and their visitors. Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy some residents may not be eligible for a permit and there is a cost in obtaining a permit.

    Read Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, or by contacting Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if the majority of the residents wish to retain the existing unrestricted parking or introduce 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions in Premier Street.

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    If there is no support for the proposed changes to the parking restrictions, then they will not occur.

    Closing Date & Next Steps

    If you do wish to comment it would be appreciated if you could complete the survey by Friday 1 September 2017.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on 20 October 2017.

    All members of the community are welcome to attend this meeting.

    Thank you for your assistance in completing this survey.

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

    If you have any enquiries regarding the proposal, please contact Ms Maria Coyne of Council’s Traffic Planning Section on 9936 8100


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    Public Consultation – Horace Street, Waverton - Proposed Parking Changes In Area 16

    Council has received requests from residents near Horace Street, Waverton requesting the existing unrestricted parking be converted to restricted parking with permit holder exceptions.

    Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to convert the unrestricted parking to either 2 hour parking restrictions or 4 hour parking restrictions with permit holders exemption.

    The use of 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still

    Public Consultation – Horace Street, Waverton - Proposed Parking Changes In Area 16

    Council has received requests from residents near Horace Street, Waverton requesting the existing unrestricted parking be converted to restricted parking with permit holder exceptions.

    Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to convert the unrestricted parking to either 2 hour parking restrictions or 4 hour parking restrictions with permit holders exemption.

    The use of 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still providing some flexibility for local residents and their visitors. Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy some residents may not be eligible for a permit and there is a cost in obtaining a permit.

    Read Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, or by contacting Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if the majority of the residents wish to retain the existing unrestricted parking or introduce 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions in Horace Street.

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    If there is no support for the proposed changes to the parking restrictions, then they will not occur.

    Closing Date & Next Steps

    If you do wish to comment it would be appreciated if you could complete the survey by Friday 1 September 2017.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on 20 October 2017.

    All members of the community are welcome to attend this meeting.

    Thank you for your assistance in completing this survey.

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

    If you have any enquiries regarding the proposal, please contact Ms Maria Coyne of Council’s Traffic Planning Section on 9936 8100.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Public Consultation – Euroka Street, Waverton - Proposed Parking Changes In Area 9 

    Council has received correspondence from residents concerned about the availability of on-street parking for residents in Euroka Street.

    Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to extend the existing 2 hour parking restrictions and/or introduce 4 hour parking restrictions with permit holders exemption in Euroka Street.

    The use of 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still providing some flexibility for local

    Public Consultation – Euroka Street, Waverton - Proposed Parking Changes In Area 9 

    Council has received correspondence from residents concerned about the availability of on-street parking for residents in Euroka Street.

    Before taking this to the Traffic Committee, Council wishes to survey the residents in the area to ascertain if there is support to extend the existing 2 hour parking restrictions and/or introduce 4 hour parking restrictions with permit holders exemption in Euroka Street.

    The use of 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions will prevent the long-term parking of commuters and businesses while still providing some flexibility for local residents and their visitors. Please note however under Council’s Resident Parking Policy some residents may not be eligible for a permit and there is a cost in obtaining a permit.

    Read Information on Council’s Resident Parking Permit Policy, including eligibility and fees, or by contacting Customer Service on 9936 8100.

    The purpose of the survey is to determine if the majority of the residents wish to retain the existing unrestricted parking or introduce 2 hour or 4 hour parking restrictions in Euroka Street. 

    The survey is not a voting form as such, but it will assist in determining the support for the parking restrictions proposed for your street.

    If there is no support for the proposed changes to the parking restrictions, then they will not occur.

    Closing Date & Next Steps

    If you do wish to comment it would be appreciated if you could complete the survey by Friday 1 September 2017.

    It is expected that the results of this survey will be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee on 20 October 2017.

    All members of the community are welcome to attend this meeting.

    Thank you for your assistance in completing this survey.

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

    If you have any enquiries regarding the proposal, please contact Ms Maria Coyne of Council’s Traffic Planning Section on 9936 8100

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