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Olympic Park Masterplan - Traffic and Parking Matters

Consultation closed on 25 May 2022

Council resolved to consult with residents of all neighbouring streets surrounding the Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre (RALC) about any traffic and parking matters they would like to raise both current and future. Some existing matters raised include access issues to the RALC  from Victoria Road, the future  temporary car park access from Weaver Street and the Zone 7 Resident Parking Scheme (RPS).

In regards to the Resident Parking Scheme, the assessment criteria used to determine the number of parking permits issued to individual properties is governed by Council’s current Permit Parking Policy and cannot be changed. If Council were to change the Policy to allow for any additional permits, Council’s authority to create Resident Parking Schemes in the area may be revoked and no Resident Parking Schemes would then exist in the City of Ryde.

To respond to resident issues raised regarding the change in permit allowance, Council is proposing two options:

• Option 1 - Maintain the existing Resident Parking Scheme, with timed parking, in your zone; or

• Option 2 - Remove the Zone 7 Resident Parking Scheme.

Please note that a minimum of 51% of properties in the subject area need to be in support of the removal for it to occur. 

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Have Your Say on the Olympic Park Masterplan - Traffic and Parking Matters is open until Wednesday 25 May 2022.

 

Have Your Say

You can Have Your Say on the Olympic Park Masterplan - Traffic and Parking Matters in a number of ways including completing the online survey, by written submission or at a one-on-one meeting.

Online Survey

To Have Your Say, complete the online survey. If you are unable to fill in this survey online or don’t have access, please contact Customer Service  on 9952 8222. Survey responses will be received up until Wednesday 25 May 2022.

The online survey has now closed.

Residents’ traffic and parking meeting

Council will be hosting one-on-one meetings with residents where you can book a 10 minute time slot to ask the project team any parking questions you may have and provide your feedback. The meetings will be available in-person at the RALC, online via MS Teams, or over the phone during the following times:

• Wednesday 11 May 2022 – 5:00pm to 7:00pm

• Thursday 12 May 2022 – 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Registrations have now closed.

Written Submissions

Written submissions must be clearly marked as 'Olympic Park Masterplan - Traffic and Parking Matters'. All submissions must be received by Wednesday 25 May 2022.

Email cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au
Post General Manager, City of Ryde, Locked Bag 2069, North Ryde NSW 1670 

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Contact Us

If you require more information about the Olympic Park Masterplan - Traffic and Parking matters please call Customer Service on 9952 8222 or email cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au.

If you require translating assistance, you may call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 and ask for an interpreter to contact Council for you.

Last updated on 26 May 2022