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Royal Park Traffic Review

Royal Park Traffic Review

Consultation for this traffic review has now closed and the Feedback report is available to view.


At the meeting of Council on 13 June 2017 a Notice of Motion was received by West Woodville Ward Councillors Tolley Wasylenko about traffic concerns in Royal Park.

It was decided that traffic conditions at the following locations be investigated:

  • Royal Terrace – intersections with Wright Street, Kingston Ave and James Street,
  • Crown Terrace at its bend near Lowe Street and at the intersection with Royal Terrace.

The community engagement survey set out to gather feedback on the current traffic conditions in these streets of Royal Park.

Engagement Overview

The consultation process for this review was open from 11 July to 14 August, where we sent consultation packages to 591 affected stakeholders seeking feedback on the current traffic conditions in Royal Terrace (intersections with Wright Street, Kingston Ave and James Street) and proposed pavement bars on Crown Terrace.

An Open Evening was held at the Western Strikers Soccer Club, Kingston Ave on Tuesday 1 August 2017 where residents could drop in to discuss their concerns with Charles Sturt staff.

We had 47 participate and provide feedback to our survey, both online and hard copy. There were four (4) people who attended the community open day.

Next steps

A report will now be submitted back to the Asset Management Committee of Council at their 16 October meeting to provide the consultation results and a project recommendation. The Agenda for the meeting (including a report and the consultation feedback relating to this matter) will be available on here from the afternoon of Thursday 12 October 2017.

An update will be provided here after the Committee meeting.

Community Engagement Report - Royal Park Traffic Review (831 kb)

Information Flyer - Royal Park Review (223 kb)

Pavement Bars Consultation Plan (750 kb)

For further information please contact Kath Mardon, Community Engagement Officer on 8408 1270 or email


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