Bayswater and Embleton traffic management

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Background

The City has secured funding from Main Roads WA (MRWA) to help fund the design and implementation of traffic treatments in two local precincts:

MRWA's Low Cost Urban Road Safety Program aims to deliver treatments to local roads that improve safety outcomes for local communities. Successful treatments in other metropolitan areas have been installed to reduce speed, number and severity of crashes, and to create safer walking and cycling environments. Information on the types of treatments is available here, and may include;

  • Mini and traditional roundabouts
  • Raised safety platforms
  • Traffic calming in road options
  • Signs and lines

Recommended treatments

Based on technical considerations and community input draft traffic management plans have been developed by a design consultant engaged by the City. The plans include options to guide the delivery of treatments in both areas.

In developing the options, the project team has considered input provided by local residents as well as the City's Local Area Traffic Management plans and other data.

What's Next

It is important that people who live and work in the two areas now have the opportunity to comment on the options presented by the designer.

You are now invited to provide feedback on the recommended treatments as shown in the documents specific for your local area.

Please choose your area (Embleton or Bayswater) below to provide your feedback on the proposed treatments.

Submissions will close at 5pm 21 March 2022.

Background

The City has secured funding from Main Roads WA (MRWA) to help fund the design and implementation of traffic treatments in two local precincts:

MRWA's Low Cost Urban Road Safety Program aims to deliver treatments to local roads that improve safety outcomes for local communities. Successful treatments in other metropolitan areas have been installed to reduce speed, number and severity of crashes, and to create safer walking and cycling environments. Information on the types of treatments is available here, and may include;

  • Mini and traditional roundabouts
  • Raised safety platforms
  • Traffic calming in road options
  • Signs and lines

Recommended treatments

Based on technical considerations and community input draft traffic management plans have been developed by a design consultant engaged by the City. The plans include options to guide the delivery of treatments in both areas.

In developing the options, the project team has considered input provided by local residents as well as the City's Local Area Traffic Management plans and other data.

What's Next

It is important that people who live and work in the two areas now have the opportunity to comment on the options presented by the designer.

You are now invited to provide feedback on the recommended treatments as shown in the documents specific for your local area.

Please choose your area (Embleton or Bayswater) below to provide your feedback on the proposed treatments.

Submissions will close at 5pm 21 March 2022.

Page last updated: 03 May 2022, 11:12 AM