Have your say on a review of environmental factors for the cycleways on Moore Park Road, Centennial Park and Fitzroy Street, Surry Hills
The review of environmental factors will allow the temporary pop-up cycleways to remain for up to 2 years, until the permanent one is completed.
Project Status: Completed
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Why we’re doing this
In mid-2020 we worked with Transport for NSW to build temporary pop-up cycleways along key transport routes outlined in our cycling strategy and action plan.
These new safe transport connections provide more options for people to travel around the city. They free up space on buses and trains where there is less capacity due to public health orders.
The pop-up cycleways have been well used and supported by our communities.
We are now looking at other options for safe cycling connections. We will work with Transport for NSW and Woollahra Council to develop a cycleway on Oxford Street between Taylor Square and Centennial Park. When we have developed a concept design we will consult extensively with our communities.
What we’re doing
We’re seeking your feedback on a review of environmental factors. This will allow the temporary pop-up cycleways on Moore Park Road and Fitzroy Street to remain for up to 2 years. Once the Oxford Street cycleway is completed, we intend to remove the pop-up cycleways on Moore Park Road and Fitzroy Street.
The review considers the current state of the street, impacts due to the pop-up cycleway and benefits of the project.
Aboriginal and historic heritage due diligence assessment
How you can give feedback
Consultation closes at 5pm on Friday 9 April 2021.
We have a range of ways you can provide feedback:
Feedback may be published in publicly available reports at the end of the consultation period. Your name or organisation’s name may appear in these reports with your feedback attributed. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when providing your feedback.