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Widening of Morshead Street, between Wicks Road and Ryrie Street

Consultation closed on 15 October 2019

The City of Ryde is seeking feedback on a proposal to widen and reconstruct Morshead Street, between Wicks Road and Ryrie Street, North Ryde, to improve vehicle movement and safety for all road users. These works are identified in Council’s 2019/20 Delivery Program.

What are the proposed changes?

Council is proposing the following improvements:

  • Realign existing kerb and gutter approximately one (1) metre towards the property boundaries on the southern-side, resulting in a wider and safer road.
  • Reconstruction of kerb and gutter on northern-side to suit design levels.
  • Reconstruction of stormwater drainage pits to suit new kerb alignment.
  • Reconstruction of affected driveways to suit new kerb alignment.
  • Relocation of utility poles.
  • Resurfacing of the road surface.

To view the plans, click the link in the menu on the right. 

Why are the changes being considered?

Morshead Street is currently very narrow for two-way traffic. Realigning and reconstructing the kerb and gutter will improve the width of the road and therefore manoeuvrability and safety for all road users. 

Latest Updates

Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 16 October 2019

Have Your Say on the widening of Morshead Street, between Wicks Road and Ryrie Street is now closed. 

Have Your Say

Use the online submission form below to provide feedback on the proposed widening and reconstruction of Morshead Street, between Wicks Road and Ryrie Street, North Ryde. 

All submissions must be received by Tuesday 15 October 2019.

Online Submission Form

  Click here to view form.

View the Plan

Contact us

For more information about this proposal please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222.

Last updated on 16 October 2019