Council would like to know your views on Transport for New South Wales's (TfNSW) proposed changes to Sydney Park Junction, St Peters. We're taking comments until 18 October 2021.

Depiction of proposed changes to King St and May St intersection
- supplied by TfNSW

Sydney Park Junction proposal

TfNSW plans to reduce traffic lanes, build separated cycle ways, add wider crossings and new walking links from Princes Highway to St Peters Station, King Street and Sydney Park.

The proposals also include conversion of road space to create areas for al fresco dining, recreation and entertainment. For detailed information on the plans visit Transport for New South Wales' website.

Council wants to hear your views

At its meeting on 28 September, 2021, Council resolved to consult directly with the local community on the proposal as outlined by Transport for NSW in the exhibited Environmental Factors. Read the minutes.

Council is seeking views from community members in St Peters, Tempe and Sydenham on how the project may affect local walking, cycling and motor vehicle access.

This will allow us to:

  • Incorporate local community feedback into Inner West Council's formal submission to the TfNSW Review of Environmental Factors (REF) public exhibition.
  • Work with TfNSW to resolve any issues for the benefit of residents, businesses and future users.

Have your say

What do you think of the proposal? Give us your feedback:

  • Online, by completing the feedback form below.
  • By mail, addressed to Kendall Banfield, Senior Transport Planner, Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham 2049.
  • Call a FREE Interpreter or the National Relay Service, Monday to Friday between 9am-4pm and provide our phone number 02 9392 5809.
    • 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 feedback form or to provide your comments over the phone, please call Kendall Banfield on 02 9335 2179.

Last day to provide feedback is 18 October 2021.

What happens next?

Council has been granted additional time to consult and prepare a submission beyond the TfNSW closing date of 4 October 2021. We will use community views gathered to inform the report and send it to TfNSW by 20 October 2021.

Everyone who contributes will be kept informed of Council's progress on this matter.