Pedestrian safety near Collaroy Plateau Public School has been improved by constructing a new raised crossing at the shops on Telopea Street.
The new pedestrian crossing is seven metres to the west of the roundabout at the intersection of Aubreen and Telopea Streets to allow vehicles space to wait before and after the crossing without blocking the roundabout.
One parking space has been removed to ensure the view of the crossing is not obstructed.
This project was delivered as part of the Federal Stimulus - School Infrastructure Program, with funding secured to support pedestrian improvements in local schools.
Before and after photos
The concept plan was exhibited for comment between 25 March and 6 May 2021 and received 121 comments, with over 80 percent support for the upgrade proposed.
The key themes identified included the need to consider pedestrian safety at additional locations such as the intersection of Idaline Street and Telopea Street and the roundabout at Aubreen Street and Telopea Street. Illegal parking and impeded traffic flow were also raised as potential issues associated with the proposal.
We are investigating options to further improve pedestrian safety at the additional locations identified. Council's full response to the key themes emerging from the comments received can be found in the engagement report.
For further information
|Name||Jenzy Ocampo, Engineering Intern|
|Phone||02 8495 6818|