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 surveys

Trailer Parking Restrictions - A dedicated page has been created for this consultation. Click here.

New parking restrictions for trailers will be implemented in June 2019 on Montpelier Street, Neutral Bay; Fifth Avenue and Montague Street, Cremorne; and Brothers Avenue, Cammeray.

“No Parking - Motor Vehicles Excepted” signage will be installed which will prohibit parking of trailers and other non-motorised vehicles.

The purpose of the restrictions is to better manage the finite parking resource in accordance with Council’s parking management hierarchy, and Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Action Plans to meet the needs of the community.


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 surveys

Trailer Parking Restrictions - A dedicated page has been created for this consultation. Click here.

New parking restrictions for trailers will be implemented in June 2019 on Montpelier Street, Neutral Bay; Fifth Avenue and Montague Street, Cremorne; and Brothers Avenue, Cammeray.

“No Parking - Motor Vehicles Excepted” signage will be installed which will prohibit parking of trailers and other non-motorised vehicles.

The purpose of the restrictions is to better manage the finite parking resource in accordance with Council’s parking management hierarchy, and Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Action Plans to meet the needs of the community.

Grosvenor Lane Shared Zone - Associated Parking Changes

Feedback closes 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.

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