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Council has been successful in receiving much needed funds from NSW Government under the Safer Speeds Program for 2023-24. Council proposes to use this money towards mitigating several safety issues in the Hurlstone Park Town Centre.

The Safer Speeds Program specifically targets High Pedestrian Activity and local areas where crashes occur, with funding introduced as part of the NSW Government’s commitment to reduce accidents on local roads. Programs of this type have proven to be very effective. By implementing relatively minor road improvements we can reduce the cost of accidents to the community.

This proposal

The proposed devices for the HPAA are discussed below and are shown on the attached plan below. These traffic calming devices are designed to reduce the speed limit in the town centre to 40 km/hr and improve pedestrian safety.

  • Crinan Street between Fernhill Street and Duntroon Street:
    • Flat-top speed humps outside:
      • Nos 19A and 20-24 Crinan Street
      • Nos 51 and 62 Crinan Street
    • Raised Pedestrian Crossing outside
      • Nos 27-31 and 50 Crinan Street
  • Duntroon Street:
    • Flat-top speed hump outside Nos 85-87 and 94 Duntroon Street
    • Flat-top speed hump outside Nos 109 and 124
    • Upgrade the existing pedestrian refuge island to current standards
  • Foss Street (east of Crinan Street):
    • Flat-top speed hump outside Nos 19 and 20 Floss Street

The above designs require No Stopping zones to be installed in line with Australian Standards and Transport for NSW (TfNSW) Technical Guidelines, with some loss of on-street parking: four (4) and one (1) parking spaces in Crinan Street and Duntroon Street respectively.

The intersection of Crinan Street-Floss Street-Duntroon Street will be upgraded as part of the town centre improvement works at a later stage.


  • Timeline item 1 - complete

    Monday 23 October 2023 - Friday 10 November 2023

    Exhibition Period

    This consultation is open for contributions.

  • Timeline item 2 - complete

    Friday 10 November 2023 05:00 pm


    Contributions to this exhibition are closed, reviewed and reported back to the project team.

  • Timeline item 3 - complete

    Report to Council

    The proposal was discussed at the Traffic Committee meeting held on 28 November 2023 and adopted by Council at the 7 December 2023 Ordinary Meeting. See Traffic Committee Minutes, Item 31.

  • Timeline item 4 - active


    The project will now move into the construction phase.

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Name Anoma Herath
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