We are seeking your views on three traffic options developed from the Warren Road Precinct traffic study.
|On-street parking loses
|Westbound one way traffic restriction in Warren Road between Carrington Road to Illawarra Road
|0 net loss
|Parking restrictions in Warren Road between Illawarra Road and Excelsior Parade and angle parking in Grove Avenue
|No net loss, however loss of 21 on-street parking spaces during day time, Monday to Friday on Warren Road. To offset this loss angle parking will be established in Grove Street. This will increase the number of parking spaces by 21.
|Provide passing bays in Warren Road between Illawarra Road and Excelsior Parade
|Loss of 6 on-street parking spaces in Warren Road.
Council has undertaken a traffic study in the south Marrickville precinct to investigate a one way westbound traffic flow proposal in Warren Road between Carrington and Illawarra Roads. The study also looked at other options to alleviate traffic congestion and improve road safety in Warren Road.
How was the study prepared?
The draft traffic study was developed using information from:
- Traffic data collected from tube and intersection counts, including peak hour observations made between March and May 2019
- Traffic accidents database from the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)
- A review of traffic volumes and speeds, including cars and trucks use in the area
Have your say
You are invited to provide feedback on the proposed options:
- Online: by completing the Warren Road, improving traffic and safety survey
- By mail: Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham 2049. Please use the title Warren Road Traffic Study 15/3320
- In person: submit your feedback to the Petersham Customer Service Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham where you can also view hard copy of the draft Traffic Study 2019.
Hard copy of the draft Warren Road Traffic Study 2019 can also be viewed at Marrickville Library, Corner of Marrickville and Petersham Roads.
Last day to provide feedback is Monday 1 July 2019.
What happens next?
A report, together with the community’s comments and recommendations on the preferred traffic changes, will be tabled for the Local Traffic Committee on 5 August 2019. Council will then consider the Traffic Committee’s recommendations. RMS approval will also be required should Council adopt option A.