Scotland Island - Traffic Management Plan

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We're seeking feedback on the proposed draft Traffic Management Plan for Scotland Island.

We're seeking feedback on the proposed draft Traffic Management Plan for Scotland Island.

  • Information session - presentation

    7 days ago
    Presentation cover


    Thank you to those who came along to the information session on Saturday 15 June, 2019.

    Approximately 25 people attended the session, where we presented on:

    • engagement process to date
    • changes made to the initial draft Scotland Island TMP
    • budget allocation for roads and drainage on the island over the next four years
    • next steps in the engagement and project implementation process.

    As requested the presentation is now available in our document library for your reference.

    The information session meeting notes will be available on this page shortly.


    Thank you to those who came along to the information session on Saturday 15 June, 2019.

    Approximately 25 people attended the session, where we presented on:

    • engagement process to date
    • changes made to the initial draft Scotland Island TMP
    • budget allocation for roads and drainage on the island over the next four years
    • next steps in the engagement and project implementation process.

    As requested the presentation is now available in our document library for your reference.

    The information session meeting notes will be available on this page shortly.

  • Comments now closed

    8 days ago

    Thank you for your interest in the Scotland Island TMP.

    Comments on the revised draft are now closed.

    Feedback received during the the engagement period will be considered prior to the final Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan being presented to the Traffic Committee on Tuesday 2 July.


    Thank you for your interest in the Scotland Island TMP.

    Comments on the revised draft are now closed.

    Feedback received during the the engagement period will be considered prior to the final Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan being presented to the Traffic Committee on Tuesday 2 July.


  • Information session

    14 days ago

    If you haven't had an opportunity to comment on the revised draft Traffic Management Plan (TMP), there's still time, before comments close next Tuesday 18 June, 2019.

    We are also hosting an information session this Saturday, 15 June from 10am - 12noon, where you can learn more about the proposed draft TMP and the next steps in the process.

    Comment via the interactive PDF

    Comments close Tuesday 18 June 2019.

    If you haven't had an opportunity to comment on the revised draft Traffic Management Plan (TMP), there's still time, before comments close next Tuesday 18 June, 2019.

    We are also hosting an information session this Saturday, 15 June from 10am - 12noon, where you can learn more about the proposed draft TMP and the next steps in the process.

    Comment via the interactive PDF

    Comments close Tuesday 18 June 2019.

  • Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan - May 2019

    27 days ago
    Following community consultation and feedback from Roads and Maritime Services, we have revised the Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan (TMP). Please comment directly on the draft TMP below (view full screen), or on the comment form:
    Following community consultation and feedback from Roads and Maritime Services, we have revised the Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan (TMP). Please comment directly on the draft TMP below (view full screen), or on the comment form:
  • Revised Traffic Management Plan - Information session

    27 days ago

    Following community consultation and feedback from Roads and Maritime Services, we have revised the Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan (TMP).

    View the Community Engagement Report

    Outlined below is a summary of the amendments made to the draft TMP:

    • vehicle weight for controlled access has been amended from 2.5 tonne to 4.5 GVM
    • stipulating a $40 fee per vehicle permit (for vehicles on the island)
    • inclusion of a sliding scale and/or bond for the businesses using large vehicles to service the community.

    View the revised Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan

    Information session

    You are invited to attend an information session at the Rural Fire Services Shed, Scotland Island on:

    Sat 15 Jun
    10am - 12noon

    Have your say

    • via interactive PDF
    • on our comment form
    • in writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82 Manly, NSW 1655 marked 'Draft Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan'

    Comments close Tuesday 18 June 2019.

    Following community consultation and feedback from Roads and Maritime Services, we have revised the Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan (TMP).

    View the Community Engagement Report

    Outlined below is a summary of the amendments made to the draft TMP:

    • vehicle weight for controlled access has been amended from 2.5 tonne to 4.5 GVM
    • stipulating a $40 fee per vehicle permit (for vehicles on the island)
    • inclusion of a sliding scale and/or bond for the businesses using large vehicles to service the community.

    View the revised Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan

    Information session

    You are invited to attend an information session at the Rural Fire Services Shed, Scotland Island on:

    Sat 15 Jun
    10am - 12noon

    Have your say

    • via interactive PDF
    • on our comment form
    • in writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82 Manly, NSW 1655 marked 'Draft Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan'

    Comments close Tuesday 18 June 2019.

  • Project update - May

    about 1 month ago

    We have considered input provided to the Draft Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan (TMP), publicly exhibited in December 2018.

    Following the feedback received, we have amended the draft TMP and will exhibit it in the coming weeks. The amended TMP will address concerns raised during the initial round of consultation, including:
    • road classification
    • load limits
    • access permit costs
    The revised draft TMP is currently with Roads and Maritime Services for final review prior to commencing the new round of consultation with the Scotland Island Community.

    The current time-frame for further the engagement is anticipated to be during June with the revised draft being presented to the July Traffic Committee meeting for approval and implementation commencement.

    We have considered input provided to the Draft Scotland Island Traffic Management Plan (TMP), publicly exhibited in December 2018.

    Following the feedback received, we have amended the draft TMP and will exhibit it in the coming weeks. The amended TMP will address concerns raised during the initial round of consultation, including:
    • road classification
    • load limits
    • access permit costs
    The revised draft TMP is currently with Roads and Maritime Services for final review prior to commencing the new round of consultation with the Scotland Island Community.

    The current time-frame for further the engagement is anticipated to be during June with the revised draft being presented to the July Traffic Committee meeting for approval and implementation commencement.

  • Thank you for your feedback

    4 months ago

    Thank you for your feedback on the draft TMP.

    We will keep this webpage updated as we consider everyone's input and work to finalise the plan.

    Thank you for your feedback on the draft TMP.

    We will keep this webpage updated as we consider everyone's input and work to finalise the plan.

  • Comments closing soon

    5 months ago

    If you haven't had a chance to review or comment on the Draft Traffic Management Plan for Scotland Island, there's still time.

    Have your say

    • Comment online
    • In writing: CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655, marked "Scotland Island Draft Traffic Management Plan"


    Comments close Sunday 17 February 2019.


    If you haven't had a chance to review or comment on the Draft Traffic Management Plan for Scotland Island, there's still time.

    Have your say

    • Comment online
    • In writing: CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655, marked "Scotland Island Draft Traffic Management Plan"


    Comments close Sunday 17 February 2019.


  • Provide your feedback

    6 months ago

    Thank you to those who attended the meeting at the Rural Fire Services shed on Sunday morning, 9 December from 10-11.30am.

    We are now inviting comment on the Draft Traffic Management Plan for Scotland Island.

    Have your say

    • Comment online
    • In writing: CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655, marked "Scotland Island Draft Traffic Management Plan"

    Comments close Sunday 17 February 2019

    Thank you to those who attended the meeting at the Rural Fire Services shed on Sunday morning, 9 December from 10-11.30am.

    We are now inviting comment on the Draft Traffic Management Plan for Scotland Island.

    Have your say

    • Comment online
    • In writing: CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655, marked "Scotland Island Draft Traffic Management Plan"

    Comments close Sunday 17 February 2019

  • What does it mean to me?

    6 months ago

    The Traffic Management Plan for Scotland Island is proposed to both enhance the safety of pedestrians using the roads and to prevent damage to the roads themselves.

    Key changes for residents on the Island are:

    • vehicles will require registration to legally use the road
    • vehicles will require a Council permit
    • heavy vehicles will require a permit - or pay a bond
    • roads will become a shared zone - 10km per hour limit
    • pedestrians will have right of way


    The Traffic Management Plan for Scotland Island is proposed to both enhance the safety of pedestrians using the roads and to prevent damage to the roads themselves.

    Key changes for residents on the Island are:

    • vehicles will require registration to legally use the road
    • vehicles will require a Council permit
    • heavy vehicles will require a permit - or pay a bond
    • roads will become a shared zone - 10km per hour limit
    • pedestrians will have right of way