Local residents have asked us to install no stopping restrictions on Perth Street. We would like to hear what you think.

Project status: Analysis & reporting
Open for feedback: 27th February 2020 - 23rd March 2020
27 Feb 2020

Perth Street

Some local residents have asked us to install no stopping restrictions on Perth Street. Parked cars on both sides of the street make it difficult for vehicles (including emergency vehicles and rubbish trucks) to get through due to the narrowness of the road.  Currently, there are sections of P5 parking on the east side of Perth Street, but local residents have reported that this is often ignored.

No stopping options

Option 1

Sections of alternating no stopping lines meaning vehicles will navigate the street in a zig zag manner.

 

Option 2

No stopping on the east side meaning traffic will have a straight line of travel.

 

The same layout on both sections will provide consistency, however you may prefer two different options.

We would like to hear from you on what option you prefer for each section.

Plan showing the existing layout on Perth Street, including P5 zones, Option one with alternating no stopping and Option two with eastside no stopping.

Plan showing the existing layout on Perth Street, including P5 zones, Option one with alternating no stopping and Option two with eastside no stopping.

Table showing current and proposed numbers of parks

 

Timeline

Consultation closes  - 23 March 2020

Decision meeting - May 2020

Project start - June 2020 (subject to approval)

 

For Your Information 

Avalon Street (between numbers 28 and 68)

Prior to the earthquakes there were more no stopping lines than what is currently in place.  With subsequent road repairs these lines have not been reinstated. We will be addressing this by reinstating the previous no stopping restrictions as part of our works.

Avalon St black BG BYL 2

 

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