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We're making Hoon Hay Road intersection way safer for everyone.
Concerns were raised by the community about the safety of pedestrians crossing Hoon Hay Road near the Rose Street intersection. Between 2018 and 2022, there have been four crashes at this intersection, including one incident in 2020 that resulted in the death of a cyclist turning into Rose Street. In response to this, Council is taking action to make this intersection safer.
The proposed crossing will remove approximately 3 car parking spaces.
It's important that we help pedestrians increase their view to see any potential dangers to safely judge a gap in traffic and for drivers to see crossing pedestrians. To make sure that views aren't blocked, it's necessary to remove kerbside parking. We've proposed side islands to limit the extent of parking loss on the western side of Hoon Hay Road, which will allow pedestrians to wait to cross safely. On the eastern side of the road, no-stopping restrictions are required for traffic and cyclists to safely pass the pedestrian refuge island with enough space.
Two to three weeks (weather permitting).
Yes, traffic management will be in place to make sure traffic can commute normally.