Monthly Archives: May 2018

Extra traffic study briefing – Thursday

By popular demand, there will be an extra community drop-in session to discuss the proposed changes to Alexandria streets.

The drop-in session will be:

  • 5:30pm to 7pm,  Thursday May 24 at
  • Alexandria Town Hall

The proposal includes several full and partial road closures, single-lane slow points, extra traffic signals and continuous footpath treatments (*).

Thursday is your last best chance to have your questions answered.

Comments on the plan close 1 June.

For more information, or to have your say, visit sydneyyoursay.

(*) continuous footpath treatment means a shared space where pedestrians have right of way over cars. Instead of being a road that pedestrians are allowed to cross, it is a footpath that cars are allowed to cross.

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May meeting – proposed traffic changes, parking, trucks, and the NBN comes to Alexandria

The May meeting will be at:

7pm, Wednesday 9 May
Alexandria Town Hall,
73 Garden St, Alexandria

The Agenda is:

  • Council’s Proposed Traffic Changes
    Council traffic engineers will be in attendance for Q&A – this is your last best chance to ask questions before the close of the study (see below)
  • NBN ‘Lottery’
    A representative from NBN will explain what is happening in our area.
  • Legal and Illegal Parking
    What’s happening around the Tech Park
  • Trucks and Council Rangers
    An update – some good news for residents

Reminders

The consultation period for the Alexandria Traffic Management Plan ends 1 June.

This page has a link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FBTNPFC

If you have questions for council, the contact person is  Adam Lander (Senior Community Engagement Coordinator, reachable 02 9265 9333 or alander@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au.