Livingstone Road, Marrickville - improving pedestrian & motorist safety



Council is investigating a proposal to improve safety by extending the existing ‘No Stopping’ restrictions at the pedestrian refuge in Livingstone Road, Marrickville, near the Arthur Street intersection - see map. An investigation of this intersection has revealed that the sight lines for motorists are restricted by vehicles parking on Livingstone Road to the east of the intersection. As a result, there have been several accidents involving vehicles exiting Arthur Street.

The proposal involves extending the existing ‘No Stopping’ restrictions to the east of the pedestrian crossing by approximately 14 metres on the southern side (outside properties 216 to 212 Livingstone Road, Marrickville). The map illustrates the proposed parking changes which will result in the loss of approximately three parking spaces. However, the proposal will improve safety with better visibility of pedestrians at the crossing and sight lines for motorists turning from Arthur Street.

Have your say

Your feedback is important and will help Council make an informed decision about traffic management in your area. To provide feedback please complete the submission form below before 5pm on Wednesday 5 August 2015.

What happens next?

The proposal will be considered at a meeting of the Council’s Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee on 13 August 2015. The recommendations from this Committee meeting will be referred to Council’s Infrastructure, Planning and Environmental Services Committee at its meeting on 1 September 2015 for consideration.

Contact details:

If you need any further information please contact Council's Engineer, Traffic Services, Mr Emilio Andari on (02) 9335 2292 during normal office hours.

Council is investigating a proposal to improve safety by extending the existing ‘No Stopping’ restrictions at the pedestrian refuge in Livingstone Road, Marrickville, near the Arthur Street intersection - see map. An investigation of this intersection has revealed that the sight lines for motorists are restricted by vehicles parking on Livingstone Road to the east of the intersection. As a result, there have been several accidents involving vehicles exiting Arthur Street.

The proposal involves extending the existing ‘No Stopping’ restrictions to the east of the pedestrian crossing by approximately 14 metres on the southern side (outside properties 216 to 212 Livingstone Road, Marrickville). The map illustrates the proposed parking changes which will result in the loss of approximately three parking spaces. However, the proposal will improve safety with better visibility of pedestrians at the crossing and sight lines for motorists turning from Arthur Street.

Have your say

Your feedback is important and will help Council make an informed decision about traffic management in your area. To provide feedback please complete the submission form below before 5pm on Wednesday 5 August 2015.

What happens next?

The proposal will be considered at a meeting of the Council’s Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee on 13 August 2015. The recommendations from this Committee meeting will be referred to Council’s Infrastructure, Planning and Environmental Services Committee at its meeting on 1 September 2015 for consideration.

Contact details:

If you need any further information please contact Council's Engineer, Traffic Services, Mr Emilio Andari on (02) 9335 2292 during normal office hours.



  • Works Update

    over 2 years ago

    No Stopping restrictions were installed on 30/10/2015


    No Stopping restrictions were installed on 30/10/2015


  • Proposal approved by Council

    over 3 years ago

    The proposal was considered by the Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee at a meeting held on 13 August 2015. The recommendations of this Committee were then considered and approved by Council at its Infrastructure, Planning and Environmental Service Committee meeting held on 1 September 2015.Council. Read the report for more information.





    The proposal was considered by the Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee at a meeting held on 13 August 2015. The recommendations of this Committee were then considered and approved by Council at its Infrastructure, Planning and Environmental Service Committee meeting held on 1 September 2015.Council. Read the report for more information.