Wolli Creek One Way Circuit - Improving Traffic and Safety

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Council is improving traffic flow and safety for road users, pedestrians and cyclists in Wolli Creek.

In November 2018, we presented residents with two different options for a one-way system. Over 50% supported 'Option 2' - making Arncliffe Street, Guess Avenue, Mt Olympus Boulevarde and Magdalene Terrace a one-way circuit.

At a Council meeting in March 2019, Council adopted the Traffic Committee recommendation for Option 2. You can read the agenda here (pg 85).

We have now engaged Sydney Civil to implement the chosen one way circuit and other improvements. This will include increased street lighting, widening and beautification of footpaths and roads, extra pedestrian crossings, adding a bicycle lane and addressing storm water issues to fix localized flooding.

The one-way system is designed to reduce vehicles bypassing the Princes Highway and using Arncliffe Street and Magdalene Terrace as a short-cut.

The design improves the ability for pedestrians and cyclists to use the Guess Avenue rail underpass when travelling between the Bonar Street Precinct and Wolli Creek.

Sydney Civil has a dedicated project page where you can learn more about the work they are doing, register for project updates, and submit questions or feedback about the work.

Background

Council undertook traffic counts and modelling, which resulted in the consultation and development of the two options. Each option had different impacts on traffic, access and safety.

View the report here.

Have your say

This engagement is now closed - you can view an infographic outlining key survey results here

The last day to give feedback was 25 NOVEMBER 2018.

What happened to my feedback?

A report, including your feedback, was considered by the Council’s Local Traffic Committee meeting to decide which option will best meet the needs of residents and is conforms with technical limitations in the area.

Contact Us

To speak to someone about this project, please contact Sydney Civil's Community Liaison Officer on 0404 819 655.

You can also contact our City Projects team on 02 9562 1532 or email majorprojects@bayside.nsw.gov.au

Council is improving traffic flow and safety for road users, pedestrians and cyclists in Wolli Creek.

In November 2018, we presented residents with two different options for a one-way system. Over 50% supported 'Option 2' - making Arncliffe Street, Guess Avenue, Mt Olympus Boulevarde and Magdalene Terrace a one-way circuit.

At a Council meeting in March 2019, Council adopted the Traffic Committee recommendation for Option 2. You can read the agenda here (pg 85).

We have now engaged Sydney Civil to implement the chosen one way circuit and other improvements. This will include increased street lighting, widening and beautification of footpaths and roads, extra pedestrian crossings, adding a bicycle lane and addressing storm water issues to fix localized flooding.

The one-way system is designed to reduce vehicles bypassing the Princes Highway and using Arncliffe Street and Magdalene Terrace as a short-cut.

The design improves the ability for pedestrians and cyclists to use the Guess Avenue rail underpass when travelling between the Bonar Street Precinct and Wolli Creek.

Sydney Civil has a dedicated project page where you can learn more about the work they are doing, register for project updates, and submit questions or feedback about the work.

Background

Council undertook traffic counts and modelling, which resulted in the consultation and development of the two options. Each option had different impacts on traffic, access and safety.

View the report here.

Have your say

This engagement is now closed - you can view an infographic outlining key survey results here

The last day to give feedback was 25 NOVEMBER 2018.

What happened to my feedback?

A report, including your feedback, was considered by the Council’s Local Traffic Committee meeting to decide which option will best meet the needs of residents and is conforms with technical limitations in the area.

Contact Us

To speak to someone about this project, please contact Sydney Civil's Community Liaison Officer on 0404 819 655.

You can also contact our City Projects team on 02 9562 1532 or email majorprojects@bayside.nsw.gov.au

  • Roadworks starting on Guess Avenue

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    about 1 month ago

    Sydney Civil will soon begin the roadworks upgrade of Guess Avenue. Work is scheduled to commence on the 22 June 2020.

    Work will occur between the hours of:

    • 7:30am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday
    • 8:00am - 3:00pm, Saturday

    Changed traffic conditions will be in place for the duration of construction works, as one travelling lane will be closed at a time. A set of temporary traffic lights will be installed to allow vehicular movement in both directions.

    If you have concerns or questions, please contact Sydney Civil's Community Liaision Officer, Isabel Neves on 1300 997 858 or email community@sydneycivil.com

    Sydney Civil will soon begin the roadworks upgrade of Guess Avenue. Work is scheduled to commence on the 22 June 2020.

    Work will occur between the hours of:

    • 7:30am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday
    • 8:00am - 3:00pm, Saturday

    Changed traffic conditions will be in place for the duration of construction works, as one travelling lane will be closed at a time. A set of temporary traffic lights will be installed to allow vehicular movement in both directions.

    If you have concerns or questions, please contact Sydney Civil's Community Liaision Officer, Isabel Neves on 1300 997 858 or email community@sydneycivil.com

  • April Update

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    about 1 month ago

    In April, Sydney Civil have:

    • Completed the channel stormwater system, kerb and gutter, and driveway reconstruction on the East side of Willis Street
    • Completed the road reconstruction on Willis Street.
    • Commenced grated drain channel construction on the Northern side of Arncliffe St.
    • Commenced storm water works on Guess Avenue.
    • Commenced grated drain channel on Arncliffe St, West of Willis St (Northern side).

    In May, work will continue, or commence, on:

    • Drainage works on Guess Avenue
    • The storm water upgrade, kerb and gutter and footpath reconstruction on Arncliffe Street (Nouth side).
    • Road reconstruction on the North side of Arncliffe Street
    • Road reconstruction on Guess Avenue

    In April, Sydney Civil have:

    • Completed the channel stormwater system, kerb and gutter, and driveway reconstruction on the East side of Willis Street
    • Completed the road reconstruction on Willis Street.
    • Commenced grated drain channel construction on the Northern side of Arncliffe St.
    • Commenced storm water works on Guess Avenue.
    • Commenced grated drain channel on Arncliffe St, West of Willis St (Northern side).

    In May, work will continue, or commence, on:

    • Drainage works on Guess Avenue
    • The storm water upgrade, kerb and gutter and footpath reconstruction on Arncliffe Street (Nouth side).
    • Road reconstruction on the North side of Arncliffe Street
    • Road reconstruction on Guess Avenue
  • Asphalt Reconstruction Works - Willis Street

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    3 months ago

    Sydney Civil are putting the final asphalt layer on Willis Street. Work will start on the 28 April 2020 and be completed by the 29 April 2020.

    Work will occur between 7:30am - 5:00pm.

    If you have concerns or questions, please contact Sydney Civil's Community Liaision Officer, Isabel Neves on 1300 997 858 or email community@sydneycivil.com

    Sydney Civil are putting the final asphalt layer on Willis Street. Work will start on the 28 April 2020 and be completed by the 29 April 2020.

    Work will occur between 7:30am - 5:00pm.

    If you have concerns or questions, please contact Sydney Civil's Community Liaision Officer, Isabel Neves on 1300 997 858 or email community@sydneycivil.com

  • March Update

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    3 months ago

    In March, Sydney Civil have:

    • Completed the channel stormwater system, kerb and gutter, and driveway reconstruction on the west side of Willis Street
    • Constructed half the road on Willis Street.

    The grated drain channel construction is progressing normally on the South side of Arncliffe Street.

    In April, work will continue on:

    • The second half of Willis Street (East side), for the road and footpath reconstruction.
    • The storm water upgrade, kerb and gutter and footpath reconstruction on Arncliffe Street (South side).

    In March, Sydney Civil have:

    • Completed the channel stormwater system, kerb and gutter, and driveway reconstruction on the west side of Willis Street
    • Constructed half the road on Willis Street.

    The grated drain channel construction is progressing normally on the South side of Arncliffe Street.

    In April, work will continue on:

    • The second half of Willis Street (East side), for the road and footpath reconstruction.
    • The storm water upgrade, kerb and gutter and footpath reconstruction on Arncliffe Street (South side).
  • February Update

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    3 months ago

    In February, work was conducted on:

    • Willis Street, including the first half of a deep excavation for road reconstruction, and the beginning of a channel stormwater system.
    • Arncliffe Street, including trenching for the storm water upgrade.

    In March, work will continue on:

    • The Willis Street stormwater upgrade, and the second half of the deep excavation for the road reconstruction.
    • The storm water upgrade on Arncliffe Street.

    In February, work was conducted on:

    • Willis Street, including the first half of a deep excavation for road reconstruction, and the beginning of a channel stormwater system.
    • Arncliffe Street, including trenching for the storm water upgrade.

    In March, work will continue on:

    • The Willis Street stormwater upgrade, and the second half of the deep excavation for the road reconstruction.
    • The storm water upgrade on Arncliffe Street.
  • Works commence

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    7 months ago

    To receive project updates, visit Sydney Civil's dedicated project page.

    This page will have all current information about the work occurring, and you can also submit questions or feedback.

    To speak to Sydney Civil about this project, please contact Sydney Civil's Community Liaison Officer on 0404 819 655.

    To receive project updates, visit Sydney Civil's dedicated project page.

    This page will have all current information about the work occurring, and you can also submit questions or feedback.

    To speak to Sydney Civil about this project, please contact Sydney Civil's Community Liaison Officer on 0404 819 655.

  • Council adopts recommendation March 2019

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    7 months ago

    BTC 19.030 One Way Circuit Wolli Creek

    Committee recommendation

    That a one-way circuit incorporating Arncliffe Street, Guess Avenue, Mount Olympus Boulevard and Magdelene Terrace, in accordance with the design proposed in Option 2, a complete clockwise circuit, subject to a final independent road safety audit be endorsed.




    BTC 19.030 One Way Circuit Wolli Creek

    Committee recommendation

    That a one-way circuit incorporating Arncliffe Street, Guess Avenue, Mount Olympus Boulevard and Magdelene Terrace, in accordance with the design proposed in Option 2, a complete clockwise circuit, subject to a final independent road safety audit be endorsed.




  • Infographic Survey results

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    over 1 year ago