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Traffic ADVISORY Committee MEETING

Notice of Meeting

 

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

12 September 2016

 

Mr John Rayner

 

A Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting will be held at the Hurstville Civic Centre, Meeting Room 2, on Tuesday, 20 September 2016 at 9.30am for consideration of the business available on Council's website at http://www.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au/Council/Council-Meetings

 

 

 

Gail Connolly

General Manager

 

BUSINESS

1.      Apologies

2.      Confirmation of Minutes of Previous Meeting

3.      Matters Arising from Previous Meeting

4.      Disclosures of Interest

5.      Agenda Items

6.      General Business

7.      Next meeting - Tuesday 18 October 2016 at 9.30am

 

 


Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting

Summary of Items

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

 

Previous Minutes

MINUTES: Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting - 16 August 2016

Agenda Items

TAC042-16       Mulga Road, Oatley - Request to change an Existing No Stopping Restriction to No Parking Restriction

(Report by Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim)............................................... 2

TAC043-16       Melvin Street and Edgbaston Road Intersection, Beverly Hills - Request for Do Not Queue Across Intersection Signage

(Report by Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim)............................................... 4

TAC044-16       Thurlow Street, Riverwood - Request for Formalising Bus Zones

(Report by Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim)............................................... 6

TAC045-16       Hudson Street, Hurstville - Road Safety Concerns

(Report by Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim)............................................... 8

TAC046-16       Mulga Road, Oatley - Request for a Parking Restriction

(Report by Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim)............................................. 11

TAC047-16       Penshurst Street, Penshurst - Request to Relocate a Disabled Parking Space

(Report by Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim)............................................. 13

TAC048-16       WestConnex - Construction of the New M5 Motorway

(Report by Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim)............................................. 15

TAC049-16       The Avenue and Cross Street Intersection, Hurstville - Delineation Line Marking at Traffic Lights

(Report by Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim)............................................. 21

TAC050-16       Pitt Street, Mortdale - Road Safety Concerns

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Ben Liddell)................................................................ 23

TAC051-16       Gloucester Road, Hurstville - Request to Install Bus Zones

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Ben Liddell)................................................................ 25

TAC052-16       27B - 29 Austral Street, Penshurst - Request for a Works Zone

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Ben Liddell)................................................................ 27

TAC053-16       Short Street, Kogarah - Proposed "Works Zone" - UBD 294 H6

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft).................................................................. 29

 

 

TAC054-16       Carwar Avenue, Carss Park - Proposed Temporary Road Closures for the Australia Day Event - UBD 294 B14

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft).................................................................. 32

TAC055-16       Service Road off Princes Highway, Blakehurst - Proposed "15 Minute" parking - UBD 314 A3

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft).................................................................. 40

TAC056-16       St Finbar's Catholic Primary School - Broughton Street, Sans Souci - Children's Crossing Request - UBD 314 F1

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft).................................................................. 43

TAC057-16       Heath Road, Blakehurst - Proposed Extension of "No Parking" zone - UBD 293 Q14

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft).................................................................. 46

TAC058-16       Carwar Avenue, Carss Park - Proposed Temporary Road Closures for the Magic of Christmas Event - UBD 294 B15

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft).................................................................. 49

TAC059-16       Proposed Temporary Road Closure - Belgrave Street, Kogarah - UBD 294 G5

(Report by Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft).................................................................. 56

TAC060-16       Regent Street, Kogarah - Proposed Relocation of "Bus Zone" UBD 294 H3

(Report by Assistant Traffic Engineer, Samuel Lindsay)...................................... 59   

 


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 1

 

AGENDA

1.      Apologies 

2.      Confirmation of Minutes of Previous Meeting

Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting - 16 August 2016

3.      Matters Arising from Previous Meeting

4.      Disclosure of Interest


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 3

5.      Agenda Items

Item:                   TAC042-16        Mulga Road, Oatley - Request to change an Existing No Stopping Restriction to No Parking Restriction 

Author:              Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT the existing 20m No Stopping restriction on the southern side of Mulga Road, Oatley outside Riley’s Garage be reduced to a 8.5m No Stopping zone and the remaining section be changed to a No Parking restriction.

(b)     FURTHER THAT Riley’s Garage be advised of Council’s decision.

 

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks the Committee’s approval to change a section of existing No Stopping restriction outside Riley’s Garage in Mulga Road, Oatley to a No Parking Restriction.

Background

1.      Council has received a representation from the owners of Riley’s Garage in Mulga Road, Oatley requesting Council to consider reducing the length of the existing No Stopping restriction outside their frontage on Mulga Road.

2.      Riley’s Garage is located on the southern side of Mulga Road, north of Mi Mi Street Oatley (the corner property). Most of its frontage in Mulga Road is covered by a layback to allow customer access to their workshop.

3.      Following a Council resolution, recently Council installed statutory No Stopping restrictions at the intersection of Mulga Road and Mi Mi Street, Oatley.  However, as part of the driveway crossing of Riley’s Garage is located within the 10m statutory No Stopping zone it was not possible to install the restriction without installing it in middle of the driveway crossing.

4.      Accordingly, the No Stopping signage was installed on the eastern side of the driveway crossing. As a result the existing No Stopping restriction in Mulga Road outside Riley’s Garage is 20m long and the subject restriction applies to the road section across the layback of the access driveway of Riley’s Garage.

5.      After the signage was installed, Riley’s Garage has written to Council advising that the 20m No stopping restriction outside his business is disrupting his business. He has advised that most his elderly customers would like to utilise the section of road across the layback of his business premises to quickly drop off their vehicles. Dropped off vehicles are taken to a parking space by the Garage staff, while the customers enter the shop and finish the paperwork.

6.      To address their concerns, the representative has requested Council to reduce the existing No Stopping restriction in Mulga Road to the section of road between Mi Mi Street and the driveway crossing of his business premises, and the remainder to be changed to a No Parking restriction. 

7.      The section of road between Mi Mi Street and the driveway crossing of Riley’s Garage is approximately 8.5m.

8.      Accordingly the No Stopping restriction at this location required to be reduced to 8.5m to address the concerns raised by the owners of Riley’s Garage.

9.      As there is no accident history at this intersection and the requested reduction in statutory No Stopping restriction is minor, it is recommended to support the request made by the representatives of Riley’s Garage.

 

Operational Plan Budget

10.    No budget impact for this report.

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 5

Item:                   TAC043-16        Melvin Street and Edgbaston Road Intersection, Beverly Hills - Request for Do Not Queue Across Intersection Signage 

Author:              Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT “Do Not Queue Across Intersection” signs be installed on both approaches of Edgbaston Road at the intersection of Edgbaston Road and Melvin Street, Beverly Hills.

(b)     FURTHER THAT Mr David Coleman, MP, Member for Banks be advised of Council’s decision.

 

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks the Committee’s approval to install “Do Not Queue Across Intersection” signs on both approaches of Edgbaston Road at the intersection of Edgbaston Road and Melvin Street, Beverly Hills.

 

Background

1.      Council has received a representation from Mr David Coleman, MP Member for Banks on behalf of one of his constituents requesting Council to install “Do not queue across intersection” signs on Edgbaston Road at its intersection with Melvin Street, Beverly Hills.

2.      The resident has advised that on many occasions especially during morning and afternoon peak times he finds it very difficult to exit Melvin Street at Edgbaston Road, due to traffic being queued across the intersection of Edgbaston Road and Melvin Street, Beverly Hills.

3.      Accordingly the resident has requested Council to install “Do not queue across intersection” signage on both approaches of Edgbaston Road at the abovementioned intersection to remind motorists not to block the intersection as required in the Road Rules.

 

Operational Plan Budget

4.      No budget impact for this report.

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 7

Item:                   TAC044-16        Thurlow Street, Riverwood - Request for Formalising Bus Zones  

Author:              Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT a 28-metre long Bus Zone be installed at the existing Bus Stop on the northern side of Thurlow Street, Riverwood utilising the existing driveway of 19 Thurlow Street, Riverwood.

(b)     THAT a 19-metre long Bus Zone be installed at the existing Bus Stop on the southern side of Thurlow Street, Riverwood (outside house Number 8) adjacent to the existing No Stopping restriction.

 

(c)     FURTHER THAT Punchbowl Bus Company be advised of Council’s decision.

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks the Committee’s approval to formalise the existing two Bus Stops in Thurlow Street, Riverwood.

 

Background

1.      Punchbowl Bus Company has advised Council that the existing two Bus Stops in Thurlow Street, Riverwood are consistently being blocked by cars parking illegally adjacent to the bus stops.  This in turn prevents the buses from pulling in and pulling out of the stops in a safe manner to pick up and drop off passengers.

2.      The two Bus Stops in question are in Thurlow Street, one on the northern side of Thurlow Street outside Property Number 19 and the other is on the southern side of Thurlow Street, outside Property Number 8.

3.      The Bus Company has requested Council to formalise Bus Stop on the northern side of Thurlow Street by installing a 28 metre long Bus Zone utilising the existing driveway, while the Bus Stop on the southern side of Thurlow Street by installing a 19 metre long Bus Zone next to the existing 10m statutory No Stopping restriction.

 

Operational Plan Budget

4.      Within budget allocation

 

 

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 9

Item:                   TAC045-16        Hudson Street, Hurstville - Road Safety Concerns  

Author:              Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT the existing 23m long No Stopping restriction along the western side of Hudson Street, Hurstville be changed to a 10m long No Stopping restriction followed by a 13m long No Parking restriction.

(b)     THAT a 10m long ‘No Parking, 3.30pm-7.30pm, Mon-Fri, 9.00am-5.00pm Saturday’ zone be installed within the unrestricted kerb side area outside 5-9 Hudson Street, Hurstville for a 3-month trial period. At the end of the trial period the affected residents be consulted again to garner their opinion on the effectiveness of the restriction.

(c)     FURTHER THAT the outcome of the resident consultation be reported back to the Traffic Committee for consideration.

 

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks the Committee’s approval to install a number of parking restrictions to improve safety of children adjoining STC Tutoring School in Hudson Street, Hurstville.

 

Background

1.      STC is a very popular tutoring school located at 3 Hudson Street, Hurstville and has been in operation for a number of years. 

2.      As can be expected, with the increase in popularity of the institution, the traffic in the vicinity of the school has increased due to parents dropping off and picking up their children.

3.      Additionally, Hudson Street is located in the Hurstville City Centre, where most of the available on street parking is taken up by commuters and business owners.

4.      As a result, parents have nowhere to safely pull up near the school to drop off and pick up their children.

5.      The above scenario leads to parents’ double parking, stopping in No Stopping areas, and performing dangerous U-Turn manoeuvres to drop-off their children while other children are trying to cross the road to get to their classes.

6.      This has caused safety concerns to the parents, other road users and the residents in Hudson Street who witness the “chaos” every day during pick up and drop off times for the tutoring school.

 

7.      Approved hours of operation for STC is from 4pm to 8pm, Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm Saturdays. The business is approved to accommodate a maximum number of fourteen (14) staff and seven (7) classes with maximum of (15) students per class at any given time. Accordingly, there can be up to 105 students and 14 staff on the premises at any one time.

8.      STC has 7 parking spaces on site for their staff.

9.      Following representations from the residents in Hudson Street, an on-site meeting was held on 17 August 2016 at 5:30pm to discuss and identify the road safety concerns raised by the residents and explore possible mitigation measures to improve road safety. The meeting was attended by the residents of Hudson Street, mainly residents of 5-9 Hudson Street (property adjacent to STC), STC staff and Council staff from the Traffic and Compliance section.

10.    During the site meeting STC was requested to abide by its DA approved hours of operation and number of staff and children.

11.    STC advised that they will approach RMS school safety section to enquire about possibility of getting a children crossing supervisor to supervise children crossing at the existing wombat crossing in Hudson Street outside STC.

12.    It was agreed that Council will upgrade the No Stopping restrictions in the vicinity of the pedestrian crossing to abide by current Road Rules and to ensure that safety of children is not compromised.

13.    Council carried out the above mentioned works the next morning following the meeting.

14.    It is further advised that outside STC there is a 23 metre long No Stopping restriction. 10m of which is justified, as it is after a pedestrian crossing and is required to abide by the Road Rules. However the balance 13 metres do not need to be restricted to No Stopping. If that section is changed to a No Parking restriction, the parents of the children attending the tutoring facility could pull in right outside the tutoring centre to safely drop off and pick up their children.

15.    The residents who attended the site meeting also agreed that for a trial a ‘10m long No Parking, 3.30pm-7.30pm, Mon-Fri, 9.00am-5.00pm Saturday’ outside their premises at 5-9 Hudson Street, Hurstville for a period of three months; thus adding a further 10m section of No Parking restriction to the abovementioned 13m No Parking zone. Which will provide a total of 23m (approximately 4 car parking spaces) long No Parking section outside STC to safely drop-off and pick-up children.

16.    The above restriction will alleviate illegal parking, illegal manoeuvres and traffic congestion in Hudson Street.

17.    Council compliance section has also advised the attendees on the site meeting that they will request more rosters for policing the parking restrictions after hours.

 

Operational Plan Budget

18.    Within budget allocation

 

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 12

Item:                   TAC046-16        Mulga Road, Oatley - Request for a Parking Restriction  

Author:              Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT the northern side of Mulga Road between Myall Street and Mi Mi Street, Oatley be restricted to ‘1/2P, 8.30am-6.00pm Mon-Fri, 8.30am-4.00pm Saturday’

(b)     THAT the northern side of Mulga Road between Mi Mi Street and Woronora Parade, Oatley be restricted to ‘1P, 8.30am-6.00pm, Mon-Fri, 8.30am-4.00pm Saturdays’.

(c)     FURTHER THAT the affected residents be advised of Council’s decision.

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks the Committee’s approval to install period parking zones in Mulga Road between Myall Street and Woronora Parade, Oatley to improve availability of parking at Oatley Shops.

 

Background

1.      Council has received a number of representations from the residents and business owners in Mulga Road, Oatley regarding lack of short-term on-street parking for shoppers. 

2.      The residents advised that the increase in cafes and businesses in Mulga Road has increased the demand for short-term parking.

3.      In 2012 after many deliberation with residents and shop owners, Council installed a combination of 1/2P, 1P and 2P parking restriction along the southern side of Mulga Road where landuses are predominantly businesses; no changes were made to the unrestricted parking areas on the northern side as that side is predominantly residential.

4.      Since the above changes, the type of businesses in Mulga Road has changed, where more cafes and eateries have opened up.

5.      This in turn changed the demand for short term parking.

6.      Accordingly, Council sent a survey to all the affected residents along the northern side of Mulga Road between Myall and Woronora Parade requesting their feedback in regards to restricting parking outside their properties.

7.      The residents were asked to pick their preferred option or preferred options (that they can pick more than one).

Ø 1P restriction

Ø 2P restriction

Ø 1/2P restriction

Ø No restriction (leave it as unrestricted).

8.      Residents of 15 affected properties were consulted. 8 of them replied back with the choices as follows

9.      Four (4) residents were in favour of 1P restriction, (3) three residents were in favour of 1/2P restriction, (1) one resident was in favour of 2P restriction and (2) two residents were in favour of no restrictions at all.

10.    In light of the above it is recommended that the northern side of Mulga Road between Myall Street and Mi Mi Street be restricted to ‘1/2P, 8.30am-6.00pm Mon-Fri, 8.30am-4.00pm Saturday’, and between Mi Mi Street and Woronora Parade to ‘1P, 8.30am-6.00pm, Mon-Fri, 8.30am-4.00pm Saturdays’.

 

Operational Plan Budget

11.    Within budget allocation

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 14

Item:                   TAC047-16        Penshurst Street, Penshurst - Request to Relocate a Disabled Parking Space 

Author:              Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT the existing disabled parking space outside 80 Penshurst Street, Penshurst be relocated 19m north, to a location outside 84 Penshurst Street, Penshurst.

(b)     THAT the existing park bench outside 80 Penshurst Street, Penshurst be relocated to a suitable location closer to 84 Penshurst Street, Penshurst.

(c)     FURTHER THAT Ashby Medical Centre be advised of Council’s decision.

 

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks the Committee’s approval to relocate the existing disabled parking space outside 80 Penshurst Street, Penshurst to a location outside 84 Penshurst Street, Penshurst.

Background

1.      Council has received a representation from Ashby Medical Centre advising that they have moved from 80 Penshurst Street, Penshurst to 84 Penshurst Street, Penshurst; approximately 40 metres north of its previous location.

2.      Council has provided a disabled parking space outside Ashby Medical Centre following a request from the facility. Council has also installed a park bench outside the facility especially for their elderly and fragile patients to utilise as they wait for relatives or taxis to pick them up.

3.      Accordingly, Ashby Medical Centre has requested Council to assist them by relocation the disabled parking space and the seat closer to their new premises.

4.      It is advised that the existing disabled parking space is located south of a 19m 1P restriction. Accordingly the disabled parking space can be relocated northern (the other end) of the 1P restriction, so that there will be no change to the existing 1P restriction.

Operational Plan Budget

5.      No budget impact for this report.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 16

Item:                   TAC048-16        WestConnex - Construction of the New M5 Motorway 

Author:              Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

 

Recommendation

THAT the information in the report be received and noted.

 

Executive Summary

This is to inform the Committee that RMS is proposing to upgrade and extend the M5 Motorway between Kingsgrove Road at Kingsgrove and St Peters Interchange at St Peters (the New M5 Project). To facilitate the delivery of the New M5 Project, RMS intends to exercise its powers under the Roads Act 1993 to carry out substratum works that occurs beneath a number of public roads within the Georges River Local Government Area.

 

Background

1.      The RMS has advised Council that they are to upgrade and extend the M5 Motorway between Kingsgrove Road at Kingsgrove and St Peters Interchange at St Peters (New M5 Project). The New M5 Project is a component of the NSW Government initiative to provide the WestConnex program of works.

2.      The Minister for Planning has granted approval for the New M5 Project under Part 5.1 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (NSW).

3.      To facilitate the delivery of the New M5 Project RMS intends to exercise its powers under the Roads Act 1993 to carry out substratum works that occurs beneath a number of public roads within the Georges River Local Government Area. In this respect, RMS will:

(a)     Exercise its powers under Sections 64(1A), 71 and 87, and paragraph 5 of Schedule 2 of the Roads Act 1993 to carry out such part of the substratum works for the New M5 Project that occurs beneath any public road within the LGA that is a classified or unclassified road; and

(b)     Authorise its contractor, WCX M5 AT Pty Limited and WCX M5 PT Pty Limited (together, the Trustees), to carry out such works on behalf of RMS, pursuant to section 253 of the Roads Act.

4.      RMS advised that their contractors will be carrying out substratum works for the purposes of the New M5 Project (Works) underneath the public roads identified in Sketch A.

5.      RMS further advised that Georges River Council remains the roads authority for the surface roads and the exercise of RMS' powers will in no way interfere with the Council's ordinary roads authority functions for those surface roads identified in the attached sketches.

 

6.      Ultimately RMS proposes to acquire the substratum land beneath the public roads identified in the attached sketches, as one single package, for the purposes of the New M5 Project. The Proposed Acquisition Notice will be issued to the Council in due course and prior to the completion of the Project.

 

Operational Plan Budget

7.      No budget impact for this report.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Item:                   TAC049-16        The Avenue and Cross Street Intersection, Hurstville - Delineation Line Marking at Traffic Lights 

 

Author:              Senior Traffic Engineer, Shereny Selim

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT RMS be requested to review the existing delineation line marking associated with the traffic lights at the intersection of The Avenue and Cross Street, Hurstville.

(b)     FURTHER THAT the resident be advised of Council’s decision.

 

Executive Summary

Council has received a representation from a resident advising that the line marking associated with the traffic lights at the intersection of The Avenue and Cross Street is confusing.  

Background

1.      A resident has made representations to Council advising that since the installation of traffic lights at the intersection of The Avenue and Cross Street, the stop line markings for vehicles on The Avenue and the pedestrian crossing line markings associated with the traffic lights have consistently create confusion for motorists.

2.      As presented below, the holding line on The Avenue (southern) approach at the traffic lights is setback approximately 30m from the pedestrian crossing markings.

 

3.      As a result, on countless occasions vehicles do not stop at the stop line (holding line) but continue along The Avenue and stop at the line markings for the pedestrian crossing. 

4.      As shown on the image below, both sets of traffic signal lights (posts) are located prior to the pedestrian crossing markings. As a consequence, vehicles stopping at the pedestrian line markings cannot see the traffic lights which control traffic flow on The Avenue and creates confusion; especially, when the traffic phasing change and the traffic behind begins to move forward.

 

5.      Additionally, vehicles stopping at the pedestrian crossing markings on The Avenue completely block traffic on the western approach of Cross Street; they get their green phase when traffic on The Avenue approach has a red phase. As a result traffic approaching from Cross Street tries to drive around the stopped vehicles on The Avenue.

6.      It is recommended to refer this matter to the RMS requesting to review the line marking associated with the traffic lights at the intersection of Cross Street and The Avenue as management of traffic lights in Metropolitan Sydney comes under the control of RMS.

 

Operational Plan Budget

7.      No budget impact for this report.

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 22

Item:                   TAC050-16        Pitt Street, Mortdale - Road Safety Concerns 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Ben Liddell

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT the request to install traffic calming devices along Pitt Street, Mortdale be denied.

(b)     FURTHER THAT the resident be advised of Council’s decision.

 

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks Committee’s consideration for a request to install traffic calming devices in Pitt Street, Mortdale.

Background

1.      Council has received a representation from a resident raising road safety concerns in Pitt Street, Mortdale.

2.      The resident claims that cars and motorcyclists turn right from Morts Road onto Pitt Street, travel over the existing raised thresholds and marked pedestrian crossing and accelerate to ridiculous speeds towards Boundary Road.

3.      The resident has also noted that Pitt Street is a densely populated residential street with a nearby community centre and, childcare centre and Mortdale Pensioners Welfare Club.

4.      The resident has requested council to consider installing rubber speed humps along Pitt Street to prevent motorists from speeding.

5.      Posted speed limit of Pitt Street is 50km/h road with a number of advanced warning signs between Boundary Road and The Strand.

6.      To ascertain road safety concerns raised by the resident, Council conducted a comprehensive traffic survey along Pitt Street, Mortdale. Traffic counters were placed outside 76 Pitt Street, Mortdale. The results of the traffic survey are tabulated below.

 

 

Southwest

Northeast

Combined

50%ile Speed (km/h)

46

38

45

85%ile Speed (km/h)

55

49

55

AADT (veh per day)

1860

369

2229

 

7.      The above results demonstrate that drivers are travelling marginally above the posted speed limit of 50km/h with an 85th%ile speed of 55km/h. However, this slight increase in results cannot justify the installation of speed calming devices.

8.      Accordingly, it is recommended to deny the request to install speed humps along Pitt Street, Mortdale.

 

 

Operational Plan Budget

9.      No budget impact for this report.

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 24

Item:                   TAC051-16        Gloucester Road, Hurstville - Request to Install Bus Zones 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Ben Liddell

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

Recommendation

(a)     That the existing bus stop at 120 Gloucester Road, Hurstville be formalised by installing a 30 metre Bus Zone.

(b)     That the existing bus stop at 95 Gloucester Road, Hurstville be formalised by installing a 28 metre Bus Zone.

(c)     Further that Punchbowl Bus Company be advised of Council’s decision.

 

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks the Committee’s approval to formalise two bus stops on Gloucester Road, Hurstville.

Background

1.      Council has received a request from Punchbowl Bus Company to formalise two existing bus stops on Gloucester Road, Hurstville by installing “Bus Zones”.

2.      Details of these requests are listed below:

a.    The existing bus stop at 120 Gloucester Road, Hurstville be formalised by installing a 30 metre Bus Zone utilising the existing driveways.

b.    The existing bus stop at 95 Gloucester Road, Hurstville be formalised by installing a 28 metre Bus Zone utilising the existing concrete pad.

3.      Punchbowl Buses has advised that cars regularly park within the statutory 30 metre bus stops identified above which results in buses having difficulty pulling into the kerb. It is also advised that the elderly commuters and parents with strollers find it difficult to board the bus in these instances.

 

 

 

 

Operational Plan Budget

4.      Within budget allocation.

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 26

Item:                   TAC052-16        27B - 29 Austral Street, Penshurst - Request for a Works Zone 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Ben Liddell

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

Recommendation

(a)     THAT the information in the report be received and noted.

(b)     FURTHER THAT the applicant be advised of Council’s decision.

 

Executive Summary

This report seeks to notify the Committee of the installation of an 8 metre Works Zone adjacent to 27B – 29 Austral Street, Penshurst.

 

Background

1.      At the meeting of the Traffic Advisory Committee on 16 August 2016 considered a late report seeking the Committee’s approval to install an 8 metre long Works Zone to operate from 7am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday adjacent to 27B – 29 Austral Street, Penshurst for a period of 5 months.

2.      Parking adjacent to the frontage of the site at 27B – 29 Austral Street, Penshurst was unrestricted parking. The requested 8 metre Works Zone is contained within the site frontage and does not affect any neighbouring properties. The Works Zone replaced approximately one on-street parking space in Austral Street. 

3.      The applicant claimed that a Works Zone at this location is necessary to ensure uninterrupted delivery of materials during the construction of the proposed residential development. Demand for on-street parking in Austral Street is high due to its proximity to the town centre and local high school.

4.      The Committee approved the proposed Work Zone provided that it is reported to the next meeting of Council through the Traffic Committee process.

 

Operational Plan Budget

5.      No budget impact for this report

 

 

Operational Plan Budget

6.      Within budget allocation.

 

File Reference

D16/94065

 

 

 

  


Georges River Council – Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting -  Tuesday, 20 September 2016                                  Page 28

Item:                   TAC053-16        Short Street, Kogarah - Proposed "Works Zone" - UBD 294 H6 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report seeks the Committee’s consideration for the proposed installation of a “Works Zone” in Short Street, Kogarah.

 

 

Recommendation

(a)     That the existing 40m “2P, 6am – 6pm Mon – Fri” zone on the northern side of Short Street, east of Gray Street adjacent to the St George Hospital multi-level car park be converted to a “Works Zone, 7am – 5pm Mon – Sat” from late August 2016 until late November 2016, as shown on plan TC1559 attached to the report.

(b)     That all parking zones be returned to their current status at the completion of the “Works     Zone” period.

 

Background

1.         The St George Hospital Acute Services Building (ASB) redevelopment forms part of a wider program for the delivery of improved health services in the South-Eastern Sydney Local Health District.

2.         The ASB redevelopment follows the recent opening of the new Emergency Department in October 2014 and is an integral part of the masterplan for the redevelopment of St George Hospital.  It will facilitate a significant improvement in their capacity to respond to current and future demand.

 

Proposed Building Works

3.         The ASB redevelopment includes:

·    A seven storey extension over the recently completed Emergency Department;

·    The vertical expansion of the multi-level car park on Gray Street with 128 new car spaces, following relocation of the existing helicopter landing facilities.

4.         The builder for the project has contacted Council requesting the installation of a 40m “Works Zone” on Short Street adjacent to the multi-story car park.  This has been requested to be installed by late August 2016 and continue until late November 2016.

 

Comments

5.         Currently this section of Short Street is signposted as “2P, 6am – 6pm Mon – Fri” and as a result, vehicles at this site would have to be moved every two hours, resulting in a loss of productivity.

6.         The conversion of 40m of the existing “2P, 6am – 6pm” zone adjacent to the multi-level car park in Short Street, to a “Works Zone, 7am – 5pm, Mon – Sat” would provide an area where vehicles involved in the construction works at St George Hospital can park in close proximity to the worksite. 

 

Operational Plan Budget

7.      No budget impact for this report.

 

File Reference

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

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Plan TC1559 - Short Street, Kogarah

 


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TAC053-16           Short Street, Kogarah - Proposed "Works Zone" - UBD 294 H6

[Appendix 1]         Plan TC1559 - Short Street, Kogarah

 

 

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Item:                   TAC054-16        Carwar Avenue, Carss Park - Proposed Temporary Road Closures for the Australia Day Event - UBD 294 B14 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report seeks the Committees consideration of temporary road closures in Carss Park for Council’s “Australia Day” event.

 

 

Recommendation

That approval be granted for the closure of Allawah Avenue and part road closure of Carwar Avenue, Carss Park, between 7am and 10pm on Thursday, 26 January 2017 for Council’s “Australia Day” event to be held at Carss Bush Park, as shown on Plans TCP 1, TCP 2 and TCP 3 attached to the report.

 

Background

1.   On Thursday, 26 January 2017, Council is holding its annual “Australia Day” event at Carss Bush Park. The event involves live music, diverse cultural performances, amusing roving entertainers and market stalls selling clothing, novelties, crafts and foods from many different cultures.  The highlight of the event will be at 9.00pm with a fireworks display over Kogarah Bay.

 

Proposal

2.   It is proposed that Allawah Avenue and a section of Carwar Avenue, from the intersection with Carlton Crescent, be closed to vehicular traffic, between 7am and 10pm on Thursday, 26 January 2017 to allow the safe movement around Carss Bush Park for those participating in the “Australia Day” event.

 

3.   Parking by gold coin donation will be provided on Carss Park Flats which can be accessed from Carlton Crescent, Carss Park. State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers will be present to assist drivers during their arrival and departure.  All money raised as a result of the parking donations will support the volunteer work of the Kogarah SES.  Parkside Drive Reserve will also be used for parking if Carss Park Flats becomes full.

 

4.   The event would be classified as a Class 3 Event, according to the “Guide to Traffic and Transport Management for Special Events”, and as such a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) would not be required to be submitted to the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) for approval prior to the event.  The “Management Plan” attached to the report will be distributed to personnel involved in the event.

 

Operational Plan Budget

5.      Within budget allocation.

 

 

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

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Australia Day TCP 1

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Australia Day TCP 2

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Australia Day TCP 3

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Australia Day Management Plan 2017

 


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Item:                   TAC055-16        Service Road off Princes Highway, Blakehurst - Proposed "15 Minute" parking - UBD 314 A3 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report seeks the Committees consideration of the proposed installation of a “15 Minute” parking zone in the service road off the Princes Highway, Blakehurst.

 

 

Recommendation

That 36.9m of the unrestricted parking on the western side of the service road off the Princes Highway, Blakehurst, be converted to “1/4P, 9am – 6pm”, as shown on plan TC1557 attached to the report.

 

Background

1.   Council has received correspondence in relation to investigating the possibility of installing short term parking on the service road off the Princes Highway, Blakehurst to increase vehicle turnover during the day.

 

2.   As this area currently has unrestricted parking, vehicles have been observed to be parking for extended durations and with “For Sale” signage.  The business has requested parking restrictions be installed within the service road to prevent vehicles parking for long durations and increase locations where their customers can park.

Proposal

3.   Following investigation of this request, it is proposed to convert 36.9m of the existing unrestricted spaces on the western side of the service road to “1/4P, 9am – 6pm” to assist businesses with an increase in vehicle turnover in this location. 

 

4.   There is a 12.6m section of the unrestricted parking area on the western side of the service road to remain and no changes are proposed on the eastern side of the service road.

 

5.   The businesses and residents in this vicinity have been notified by letter of the proposed installation of the “15 Minute” parking zone.  Submissions were invited to be received by 19 August 2016.  No objections were received.

 

Operational Plan Budget

6.      Within budget allocation – RMS’s Traffic Facility Grant – approximately $400.

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

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Plan TC1557 - Service Road off Princes Highway

 


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TAC055-16           Service Road off Princes Highway, Blakehurst - Proposed "15 Minute" parking - UBD 314 A3

[Appendix 1]         Plan TC1557 - Service Road off Princes Highway

 

 

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Item:                   TAC056-16        St Finbar's Catholic Primary School - Broughton Street, Sans Souci - Children's Crossing Request - UBD 314 F1 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report seeks the Committees consideration of the request to install a pedestrian crossing in Broughton Street and The Promenade adjacent to St Finbar’s Catholic Primary School, Sans Souci.

 

Recommendation

(a)     That the request for the installation of a pedestrian crossing in Broughton Street and The Promenade adjacent to St Finbar’s Catholic Primary School be denied, as the sites do not meet the required RMS warrants.

(b)     That the parent and Principal of St Finbar’s Catholic Primary School be advised of Council’s decision.

 

Background

 

1.      A request has been received from a parent of a child that attends St Finbar’s Catholic Primary School to consider the installation of a pedestrian crossing in Broughton Street and The Promenade adjacent to the school.

2.      The Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) Guidelines indicate that there are reduced crossing warrants for sites used predominately by children. The Guidelines for Traffic Facilities state that the reduced warrants conducted during two counts of one hour duration immediately before and after school hours are as follows:

 

·           The measured flows for Pedestrians (P) and Vehicles (V) are equal to or greater than 30 and 200 respectively.

 

Investigations

3.      Council’s Traffic Officers conducted a pedestrian and vehicle count in Broughton Street and The Promenade adjacent to the school on Tuesday 30 August, 2016. The results of the counts are detailed in the tables below:

Broughton Street

 

TIME

PEDESTRIANS (P)

VEHICLES (V)

8.20am – 9.20am

51

137

2.30pm – 3.30pm

65

94

The Promenade

TIME

PEDESTRIANS (P)

VEHICLES (V)

8.20am – 9.20am

18

484

2.30pm – 3.30pm

22

457

 

 

 

4.      As can be seen in the tables above, neither of these locations meet the RMS warrants for a pedestrian crossing to be installed adjacent to the school.

 

Operational Plan Budget

5.      No budget impact for this report.

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

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St Finbar's Catholic Primary School Aerial

 


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[Appendix 1]         St Finbar's Catholic Primary School Aerial

 

 

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Item:                   TAC057-16        Heath Road, Blakehurst - Proposed Extension of "No Parking" zone - UBD 293 Q14 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report seeks the Committees consideration of the proposed extension of the “No Parking” zone adjacent to Mater Dei Catholic Primary School, Blakehurst.

 

Recommendation

That the existing “No Parking, 8am – 9.30am, 2.30pm – 4pm, School Days, Buses Excepted” zone on the southern side of Heath Road, adjacent to Mater Dei Catholic Primary School, be extended 12m as shown on plan TC1560 attached to the report.

 

Background

1.      A request has been received from Mark Coure MP, Member for Oatley on behalf of one of his constituents to investigate the parking and traffic issues at Mater Dei Catholic Primary School, Blakehurst.

2.      In August 2016, an on-site meeting was held with Mr Coure, his constituent and Obi Thomas, Council’s Manager Asset Planning and Services, to discuss the various concerns in relation to parking difficulties and traffic queuing at the school.

3.      The constituent indicated that there is not enough adequate and designated parking spaces for the drop off and pick up of students in Heath Road and that there are no safe forms of infrastructure which enable students to safely cross King Georges Road near the intersection with Joseph Street.

Comments

4.      Following investigations by Council officers, it is proposed to extend the existing “No Parking, 8am – 9.30am, 2.30pm – 4pm, School Days, Buses Excepted” zone by 12m on the southern side of Heath Road, adjacent to Mater Dei Catholic Primary School.  This would provide an area for two additional cars to utilise the “No Parking” zone to pick up and drop off and would reduce the queuing length from Heath Road into the Princes Highway.

5.      Council has requested the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) to consider the concerns raised by the constituent in relation to children crossing King Georges Road near Phillip Street.

6.      The Principal of Mater Dei Catholic Primary School has been consulted on the proposal to extend the “No Parking” zone by 12m and he is in full support of providing additional locations in Heath Road that parents can utilise.


Operational Plan Budget

7.         Within budget allocation – RMS’s Traffic Facility Grant – approximately $150.

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

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Plan TC1560 - Heath Road, Blakehurst

 


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[Appendix 1]         Plan TC1560 - Heath Road, Blakehurst

 

 

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Item:                   TAC058-16        Carwar Avenue, Carss Park - Proposed Temporary Road Closures for the Magic of Christmas Event - UBD 294 B15 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report seeks the Committees consideration of temporary road closures in Carss Park for Council’s “Magic of Christmas” event.

 

Recommendation

That approval be granted for the closure of Allawah Avenue and part road closure of Carwar Avenue, Carss Park, between 4pm and 9pm on Saturday, 10 December 2016 for Council’s “Magic of Christmas” event to be held at Carss Bush Park, as shown on plans TCP 1 and TCP 2 attached to the report.

 

Background

1.      On Saturday, 10 December 2016, Council is holding its annual “Magic of Christmas” event in Carss Bush Park.  The event involves entertainment for children and a visit from Santa and Mrs Claus.  Food and drinks will be available from a variety of market stalls onsite.

Proposal

2.      It is proposed that Allawah Avenue and a section of Carwar Avenue, from the intersection with Carlton Crescent, be closed to vehicular traffic, between 4pm and 9pm on Saturday, 10 December 2016 to allow for the safe movement of people around Carss Bush Park for those participating in the “Magic of Christmas” event.

3.      Parking by gold coin donation will be provided on Carss Park Flats which can be accessed from Carlton Crescent, Carss Park.  The volunteers of the State Emergency Service (SES) will be present to assist drivers during their arrival and departure.  All money raised as a result of the parking donations will support the volunteer work of Kogarah’s SES.

 

4.      The event would be classified as a Class 3 Event according to the “Guide to Traffic and Transport Management for Special Events”, and as such a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) would not be required to be submitted to the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) for approval prior to the event.  The “Management Plan” attached to the report will be distributed to personnel involved in the event.

 

Operational Plan Budget

5.      Within budget allocation.

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

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Magic of Christmas TCP 1

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Magic of Christmas TCP 2

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Magic of Christmas Management Plan 2016

 


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Item:                   TAC059-16        Proposed Temporary Road Closure - Belgrave Street, Kogarah - UBD 294 G5 

Author:              Traffic Engineer, Paul Croft

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report seeks the Committees consideration of the temporary part road closure of Belgrave Street, Kogarah.

 

Recommendation

(a)     That approval be granted to temporarily close Belgrave Street, Kogarah from Post Office Lane to Kensington Street, between 6am and 3pm on Sunday, 25 September 2016 for the Ladies Auxiliary of the Greek Orthodox Church Annual Fete, as shown on plan TC1122 attached to the report.

(b)     That the Ladies Auxiliary of the Greek Orthodox Church be advised of Council’s decision.

 

Background

 

1.      A request has been received from the Treasurer of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Greek Orthodox Church in Belgrave Street, Kogarah to conduct their Annual Fete on Sunday, 25 September 2016.  This request includes a proposal to temporarily close a section of Belgrave Street, between Post Office Lane and Kensington Street, Kogarah.

 

2.      This event has been occurring in Belgrave Street for the past eleven years and Council has previously supplied the barricades and road closure signage to the Greek Orthodox Church to close Belgrave Street for the event.

 

Comments

 

3.      It is proposed that Belgrave Street, between Post Office Lane and Kensington Street, be closed to vehicular traffic from 6am to 3pm on Sunday, 25 September 2016 to allow the safe movement of people attending the Ladies Auxiliary of the Greek Orthodox Church Annual Fete.

 

4.      The event would be classified as a Class 3 Event according to the “Guide to Traffic and Transport Management for Special Events”, and as such a Traffic Management Plan would not be required to be submitted to the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS).

 

Operational Plan Budget

5.      Within budget allocation – RMS’s Traffic Facility Grant – approximately $500.

 

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

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Plan TC1122 - Belgrave Street, Kogarah

 


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Item:                   TAC060-16        Regent Street, Kogarah - Proposed Relocation of "Bus Zone" UBD 294 H3 

Author:              Assistant Traffic Engineer, Samuel Lindsay

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report seeks the Committee’s consideration of the proposal to relocate the existing “Bus Zone” on the northern side of Regent Street, Kogarah, adjacent to Kogarah High School, 5m to the east.

 

Recommendation

That the existing “Bus Zone” on the northern side of Regent Street adjacent to Kogarah High School, be relocated 5m east, as shown on plan TC1554 attached to the report.

 

Background

1.   During recent inspections by Council officers it was found that the existing “Bus Zone” on the northern side of Regent Street, Kogarah, adjacent to Kogarah High School is located 13m away from the existing bus shelter.

 

Comments

2.   The relocation of the “Bus Zone” 5m east will increase the functionality of the existing shelter. The “Bus Zone” will remain 30m in length so that there is no nett loss of parking in the “1P, 8.30am – 6pm, Mon – Fri, 8.30am – 12.30pm, Sat” zone on Regent Street.

 

3.   The businesses and school in the vicinity have been notified by letter of the proposed relocation of the “Bus Zone” on the northern side of Regent Street. Submissions were invited to be submitted by Friday 19th August 2016. No objections were received.

 

Operational Plan Budget

4.   Within budget allocation – RMS’s Traffic Facility Grant – approximately $300.

 

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

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Plan TC1554 - Regent Street, Kogarah

 


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6.      General Business

7.      Next Meeting - Next meeting - Tuesday 18 October 2016 at 9.30am