Council is proposing to improve safety for pedestrians and motorists on Wardell Road where it intersects with:
The proposals are based on recommendations from the Marrickville West Local Area Traffic Management Strategy which was endorsed by Council in 2015 following a period of community engagement.
The proposed work includes:
- Widening the existing pedestrian refuge islands;
- Constructing landscaped traffic islands to reduce the distance for pedestrians crossing the street;
- Installing kerb ramps;
- Upgrading the footpaths to improve accessibility;
- Extending the existing ‘No Stopping’ zones to improve motorists’ visibility of pedestrians and cyclists at the crossing; and
- Painting associated line markings.
The proposed work would remove some on-street parking on Wardell Road:
- four spaces near Charlecot Avenue
- three spaces near Wilga Avenue
- two spaces near Porter Avenue
All vehicle access to adjoining properties will remain.
Have your say
Tell us your thoughts on the plans to improve safety on Wardell Road by completing the feedback form/s below. Feedback closes on 19 August 2016.
What happens next?
Council has not yet made any commitment to change the traffic arrangements in your street. A report, together with the community’s comments and this proposal, will be considered by Council’s Local Traffic Committee meeting on 1 September 2016. The Committee will make recommendations to Council for its consideration at a forthcoming meeting.
When is the work planned for?
These works are expected to be built in 2016/17 financial year subject to outcome of this community engagement, final approvals and budget allocation. Residents will be notified before any work starts.
If you need any further information please contact Council's Traffic Project Engineer, Snezana Bakovic on 9335 2228 or by email.