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‘NO STOPPING’ in Bank Street, Meadowbank

Consultation closed on 12 April 2018

Last year, City of Ryde undertook a study to improve pedestrian access and safety around Meadowbank Station West.  The study identified a number of issues in the area, including the lack of footpath on the eastern side of Bank Street, near to the angled parking spaces.

Due to the location of the parking, a new footpath cannot be installed at this location.  To help redirect pedestrians to the footpath on the western side of Bank Street, a new kerb ramp will be installed outside property No. 15 Bank Street. In addition to these improvements the kerb ramp on the eastern side of Bank Street, near to the angled parking, will also be upgraded.

What are the changes being considered?

In order to provide pedestrian access to the new kerb ramp to be installed outside No. 15 Bank Street, City of Ryde is proposing to add ‘NO STOPPING’ controls at this location. The proposed controls will remove two on-street parking spaces.

 

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Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 13 April 2018

Have Your Say on the proposed 'NO STOPPING' on Bank Street, Meadowbank is now closed.

 

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 26 March 2018

Have Your Say on the proposed 'NO STOPPING' on Bank Street, Meadowbank is now open until 12 April 2018.

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    NO STOPPING in Bank Street, Meadowbank

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    For more information about this proposal please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222 and quote Our Reference T2017-01728.

    Last updated on 4 May 2018