Council has developed a draft Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) plan to address key concerns about traffic, pedestrian and cycling in the Petersham North Precinct. The area is bounded by West Street, Parramatta Road, Crystal Street and Terminus Street.
How was the plan prepared?
The plan has been developed using information from:
- initial community consultation in May-June 2022
- ongoing correspondence from the community about issues in the study area
- a review of traffic volumes, vehicle speeds and crash statistics in the area
Overview of the draft LATM plan
The plan includes recommended treatments and changes at locations shown in the attached map. The draft plan proposes treatments including raised pedestrian crossings, kerb blisters, speed humps, a 10 km/h shared zone and a roundabout. See the overview below.
Proposal number 17 (pg. 48) Request TfNSW implement 40 km/h speed limit on Local Roads and 50 km/h speed limit on Regional Roads. This proposal will be part of an LGA wide engagement in the later part of this year.
How to view the overview plan below?
Click on the double arrow in the right hand corner to enlarge the view.
Click on the pulsating circle for more details.
Read the Petersham North LATM Study
Download a copy of the draft plan
Where can I view a hard copy of this plan?
- Visit Petersham Service Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham to view a hard copy
- Contact Shirley Rodriquez on 02 9335 2274
Have your say
This consultation is closed. Thanks to all who provided feedback.
Other ways to provide feedback
- By mail, addressed to Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham 2049, please mark Petersham North LATM Study
- Call a FREE Interpreter or the National Relay Service, Monday to Friday between 9am-4pm and provide our phone number 02 9392 5705.
- Free Interpreter call TIS National on 131 450
- Voice relay call 1300 555 727
- TTY call 133 677
- SMS relay call 0423 677 767
- To request a paper copy of the survey please call Shirley Rodriquez on 9392 5705.
Last day to provide feedback is Sunday 29 October 2023.
What happens next?
Your feedback will be reviewed by the project team and where relevant incorporated into the plan. The plan will be considered by the Local Traffic Committee before the elected Council decides to adopt the plan. Everyone who provides feedback will be notified when the plan is being considered by Local Traffic Committee.