Chalmers Street – walking and cycling improvements

Safety will be improved by separating people riding and walking between Prince Alfred Park and the entrance to Central station. 

Project Status: Under review

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What we’re doing

We’re proposing a 2-way separated cycleway connection on Chalmers Street between Prince Alfred Park and Randle Street. The critical bike link will connect people riding to the existing separated cycleway on Chalmers Street, which was built as part of the light rail project.

There are around 1,400 bike trips each weekday between Prince Alfred Park, Surry Hills and the city centre. The cycleway connection is part of a key route between the growing Green Square area, inner Sydney and North Sydney.

Once light rail construction is complete, activity in the area will increase significantly. These proposed improvements will create a safer environment for the high volumes of people walking and riding.

There are no proposed changes to trees, parking, loading areas or traffic.

This project is proudly funded by the NSW Government.

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Consultation closes at 5pm on Monday 28 October 2019.

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