Wolli Creek One Way Circuit - Improving Traffic and Safety

Consultation has concluded

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

Improvements include the implementation of a one-way system in Arncliffe Street, Guess Avenue and Mt Olympus Boulevard, and potentially Magdalene Terrace. Council has created two concept designs. View the design options here.

Option 1 - involves making sections of Arncliffe St, Guess Avenue and Mt Olympus Drive one way,

Option 2 - includes also making Magdalene Terrace one way, which would involve re-routing the bus around Arncliffe St, Guess Avenue and Mt Olympus Drive.

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

The design also focuses on the use of Guess Avenue rail underpass by pedestrians and cyclists travelling between Bonar Street precincts and Wolli Creek.

Background

Council undertook traffic counts and modelling, view the report here which has resulted in the consultation and development of the two options. Each have different impacts on traffic, access and safety.

Concurrent with this work, Council will carry out public domain and stormwater improvements, these are expected to be completed in 2019/2020.

To minimise the impacts on the community it is proposed the stormwater improvements are completed prior to any changes to traffic flow.

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 happens to my feedback?

A report, including your feedback, will be considered by 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. The decision of the Committee will then inform the final design.

Contact details

Please contact Debbie Fransen, email wollicreek@bayside.nsw.gov.au for any further information.

Council adopts recommendation March 2019





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

Improvements include the implementation of a one-way system in Arncliffe Street, Guess Avenue and Mt Olympus Boulevard, and potentially Magdalene Terrace. Council has created two concept designs. View the design options here.

Option 1 - involves making sections of Arncliffe St, Guess Avenue and Mt Olympus Drive one way,

Option 2 - includes also making Magdalene Terrace one way, which would involve re-routing the bus around Arncliffe St, Guess Avenue and Mt Olympus Drive.

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

The design also focuses on the use of Guess Avenue rail underpass by pedestrians and cyclists travelling between Bonar Street precincts and Wolli Creek.

Background

Council undertook traffic counts and modelling, view the report here which has resulted in the consultation and development of the two options. Each have different impacts on traffic, access and safety.

Concurrent with this work, Council will carry out public domain and stormwater improvements, these are expected to be completed in 2019/2020.

To minimise the impacts on the community it is proposed the stormwater improvements are completed prior to any changes to traffic flow.

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 happens to my feedback?

A report, including your feedback, will be considered by 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. The decision of the Committee will then inform the final design.

Contact details

Please contact Debbie Fransen, email wollicreek@bayside.nsw.gov.au for any further information.

Council adopts recommendation March 2019