Gladesville Boulevard, Patterson Lakes – Proposed Traffic Measures

Background

Council is responding to community concerns about high traffic speeds and road safety on Gladesville Boulevard between Wells Road and McLeod Road.

Council has undertaken a study of traffic in this section of Gladesville Boulevard. The study showed there are number of casualty crashes recorded over the past 5-years on the bend between Nanda Court and Iluka Island.

South of Thompsons Road traffic speeds continue to be above the 40km/hr speed limit. This section of Gladesville Boulevard is a collector road which links local roads to the arterial road network. This road contains a shopping precinct, a school and a retirement village.

Council Action

Last year, Council sought resident feedback on a proposal to install flat-top speed humps at five existing formal and informal pedestrians crossing points.

See a diagram of the proposed changes in the Document Library to the right of this page.

These traffic measures will reduce speed in this section of Gladesville Boulevard to address community concerns about high traffic speed and road safety.


Have Your Say

Council is now seeking input from motorists and the broader community.

Please complete the survey below to lodge your feedback.

Further Information

For further information please contact Senior Traffic & Transport Engineer Alex Reid on 1300 653 356.

Background

Council is responding to community concerns about high traffic speeds and road safety on Gladesville Boulevard between Wells Road and McLeod Road.

Council has undertaken a study of traffic in this section of Gladesville Boulevard. The study showed there are number of casualty crashes recorded over the past 5-years on the bend between Nanda Court and Iluka Island.

South of Thompsons Road traffic speeds continue to be above the 40km/hr speed limit. This section of Gladesville Boulevard is a collector road which links local roads to the arterial road network. This road contains a shopping precinct, a school and a retirement village.

Council Action

Last year, Council sought resident feedback on a proposal to install flat-top speed humps at five existing formal and informal pedestrians crossing points.

See a diagram of the proposed changes in the Document Library to the right of this page.

These traffic measures will reduce speed in this section of Gladesville Boulevard to address community concerns about high traffic speed and road safety.


Have Your Say

Council is now seeking input from motorists and the broader community.

Please complete the survey below to lodge your feedback.

Further Information

For further information please contact Senior Traffic & Transport Engineer Alex Reid on 1300 653 356.