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New Pedestrian Refuge in Fontenoy Road, Macquarie Park

Consultation closed on 25 March 2018

City of Ryde is seeking feedback on a proposal to install a pedestrian refuge in Fontenoy Road, Macquarie Park. 

What are the proposed changes?

City of Ryde is proposing to improve pedestrian safety in the area by making the following improvements:

  • Install a new pedestrian refuge in Fontenoy Road adjacent to Fontenoy Park
  • Remove nine on-street parking spaces to accommodate the pedestrian refuge and improve visibility to encourage safe pedestrian crossing
Why are the changes being considered?

Local residents requested that pedestrian safety be investigated in Fontenoy Road, particularly the difficulty in crossing Fontenoy Road due to driver speeds and traffic volume.  Council investigations found the following:

  • Driver speeds are generally within the 50 km/h speed limit and traffic volumes are high in the morning and afternoon peak time
  • Pedestrian volumes crossing Fontenoy Road are generally low and therefore do not meet RMS’s criteria for installing a pedestrian zebra crossing

The proposed pedestrian refuge at this location would allow pedestrians to cross Fontenoy Road in two stages, thereby helping to improve safe access to Fontenoy Park and the nearby bus stops.

 

Latest Updates

Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 26 March 2018

Have Your Say on the proposed pedestrian refuge in Fontenoy Road, Macquarie Park is now closed.

 

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 9 March 2018

Have Your Say on the proposed pedestrian refuge in Fontenoy Road, Macquarie Park is now open.

 

Have Your Say

You can have your say on the proposed new pedestrian refuge in Fontenoy Road by completing the online submission form below. 

Online Submission

The online submission form is now closed. 

Privacy Notification

Personal information collected from you is held and used by Council under the provisions of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998. The supply of information is voluntary, however if you cannot provide, or do not wish to provide the information sought, Council may be unable to process your application or request, or consider your submission. Please note that the exchange of information between the public and Council, may be accessed by others and could be made publicly available under the Government Information Public Access Act 2009 (GIPA Act). If you require further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222.

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Contact us

For more information about this proposal please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222 and quote Our Reference T2017-00845.

 

Last updated on 13 November 2019