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Council manages parking and traffic conditions in the local area to balance the needs of residents, businesses, commuters, shoppers and visitors. This includes installing new signage, managing parking permits, monitoring parking and volume of local traffic, and more.

Before making changes to local traffic and parking conditions, the community can provide feedback and shape the decision. Your insights help staff to understand the everyday experiences and combine that knowledge with technical studies to achieve the best outcome.


Have your say

Projects open for comment are listed below. Click on the project/s you want to know more about and follow the instructions to provide your feedback.

Council is committed to ensuring everyone has access to information in a format that is right for them. You can call us via FREE services Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. You will need to provide the contact person's phone number that's listed on the project page.


Registered participation

From Thursday, 26 August 2021 registration will be required to participate in projects on this page. Once registered, you can log-in to provide feedback and will receive project updates via email.

Registration helps us to understand who we are hearing from. For some projects, we are required to demonstrate that at least 50% of residents who are impacted and directly notified have responded. This information is de-identified and used by staff when reviewing your responses, as well as the Local Traffic Committee and Transport for NSW when considering recommendations.

Having issues registering? Please contact engagement@innerwest.nsw.gov.au.

We're committed to making sure everyone can provide feedback in the format that's right for them. You can still provide feedback via phone, post or email if you wish. However, each individual will only be counted once.


Council manages parking and traffic conditions in the local area to balance the needs of residents, businesses, commuters, shoppers and visitors. This includes installing new signage, managing parking permits, monitoring parking and volume of local traffic, and more.

Before making changes to local traffic and parking conditions, the community can provide feedback and shape the decision. Your insights help staff to understand the everyday experiences and combine that knowledge with technical studies to achieve the best outcome.


Have your say

Projects open for comment are listed below. Click on the project/s you want to know more about and follow the instructions to provide your feedback.

Council is committed to ensuring everyone has access to information in a format that is right for them. You can call us via FREE services Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. You will need to provide the contact person's phone number that's listed on the project page.


Registered participation

From Thursday, 26 August 2021 registration will be required to participate in projects on this page. Once registered, you can log-in to provide feedback and will receive project updates via email.

Registration helps us to understand who we are hearing from. For some projects, we are required to demonstrate that at least 50% of residents who are impacted and directly notified have responded. This information is de-identified and used by staff when reviewing your responses, as well as the Local Traffic Committee and Transport for NSW when considering recommendations.

Having issues registering? Please contact engagement@innerwest.nsw.gov.au.

We're committed to making sure everyone can provide feedback in the format that's right for them. You can still provide feedback via phone, post or email if you wish. However, each individual will only be counted once.


  • Elswick, North and William Streets, Leichhardt

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    Status Open for comment

    In response to concerns raised by residents regarding limited parking spaces and pedestrian safety concerns in William Street and Elswick Street North. Council is proposing the following:

    • 45-degree angle parking in Elswick Street North, with concrete median island and linemarking between Darley Road and William Street
    • Linemarking, Kerb extensions and continuous footpath treatment in William Street near intersection of Elswick Street

    Have your say by completing this online form.

    Closing Tuesday 14 June

  • Wardell Road: Proposal to change 'No Left Turn' restriction

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    Status: Under review.

    Council has received concerns from the community about the ‘No Left Turn’ restriction on Wardell Road at the intersection of Riverside Crescent. The restriction was introduced in early 2021 to reduce traffic in and around Ness Avenue. The Local Traffic Committee has considered a proposal to change the restriction and we'd like to know what the community thinks.

    Read the proposal


  • Resident Parking Scheme for Rozelle

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    Status: Report to Local Traffic Committee

    Council is aware of concerns from residents regarding long stay parking near the WestConnex Rozelle Interchange work site.

    To address the ongoing concerns, Council has prepared a proposal for streets adjacent to the work site.

    The Local Traffic Committee will review a report on this matter at its meeting on Monday, 19 July 2021.

    Visit the project page for more information.

  • Proposal: 'No Left Turn' restriction in Moodie Street

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    Status: Under review

    Council is aware of traffic congestion at the intersection of Moodie Street and Victoria Road. Residents raised their concerns with Council prior to the temporary road closure for WestConnex construction works.

    We've prepared a proposal to manage congestion once the temporary road closure ends.

    Review the proposal.


  • Proposed Parking Restrictions around Tempe High School

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    Status: Complete

    Council reviewed concerns regarding bus access around Tempe High School.

    Narrow roads and tight corners made it unsafe to share the road. The proposal was to formalise existing parking restrictions along the bus route.

    View the decision.

  • Proposed short term parking in Guihen Street and Booth Street, Annandale

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    Status: Complete

    Council has received concerns from businesses regarding a lack of short-term parking in the area for visitors. After reviewing feedback from both sides of the street, this was discussed by the Local Traffic Committee. A recommendation is going to Council on Tuesday, 13 April 2021 for a decision. Read the agenda on our website.

    Read the decision.


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