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Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct


The NSW Government, in partnership with state agencies, has constructed a new education and employment precinct in Meadowbank at the current TAFE site. It opened on 26 April 2022.

The Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct (MEEP) is designed to be a centre of excellence for education and lifelong learning, connecting students to training and employment opportunities.  In addition to primary and secondary schools - Meadowbank Public School and Marsden High School - it includes a transformed TAFE NSW Meadowbank with a Multi-Trades and Digital Technology Hub, as well as open space for sport and recreation. 

MEEP Schools Map

The map below shows where the schools are located within the MEEP.

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Source: School Infrastructure NSW

Traffic and Parking Updates in the MEEP

Transport for NSW will be installing school zone signs and line marking on Hermitage Road, Rhodes Street, Mellor Street and Macpherson Street for a new school zone at Meadowbank Public School and Marsden High School, Meadowbank.

The new 40km/h speed limit started on 26 April, when the schools opened.

Work on the school zone will be carried out between Tuesday 19 and Friday 29 April and will include:

  • installing new static and flashing school zone signs
  • line marking on roads as “40” pavement patches and dragon’s teeth.

Contractors will be on site between Tuesday 19 April and Friday 29 April, weather permitting. Their day work hours will be between 7am and 5pm from Monday to Friday. Their night work hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Sunday to Friday. They will not work on Saturdays and public holidays.

Work is not expected to be noisy and they will reduce noise by using the smallest machinery possible for the job and turning off vehicles when not in use. The line marking work will be carried out at night, but this does not require loud machinery, so there should not be any disturbance for residents.

There will be some temporary traffic changes to make sure the work zone is safe. Lane closures will be in place and may cause short delays in travel times.

Please keep to speed limits and follow the direction of traffic controllers and signs. For the latest traffic updates, you can call 132 701, visit livetraffic.com or download the Live Traffic NSW App. 

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School Zone Safety

You need to take extra care when driving and parking in school zones. Make sure that you and your child understand with the road rules. If you break the traffic rules in a school zone you are putting children at risk. Our School Zone Safety page contains information on:

  • Kiss and Ride zone
  • Safety tips for students
  • Parking and traffic rules in school zones (information available in English, Korean and Chinese)
  • Resources

Visit our School Zone Safety page

Travel Access Guides

School Infrastructure NSW has created comprehensive Travel Access Guides for Meadowbank Public School and Marsden High School. These include information on:

  • Active ways to get to school
  • School bell times
  • Safety tips
  • Access maps
  • Transport information.

Download Travel Access Guides

Got an Issue to Report?

Got a local issue to report?

Report issues such as illegally parked vehicles or damaged footpaths online, 24/7, via City of Ryde’s Report an Issue form.

Visit Report an Issue page to report online or if your request is urgent, contact Council 24/7 on 9952 8222 for assistance.

See someone breaking the law?

Contact Eastwood Police Station on 02 9858 9299 if you witness illegal activity in Meadowbank. This includes motorists doing u-turns over a double barrier line.

Want to provide feedback on parking and transport infrastructure in Meadowbank?

Contact School Infrastructure NSW on schoolinfrastructure@det.nsw.edu.au or phone 1300 482 651.

Further information

For more information about the Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct, visit the NSW Government website.

Last updated on 26 April 2022