Your feedback on designs for a quiet way in Rosebery

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Why we’re doing this

We’re working with Transport for NSW to find safe and effective ways to make our streets better for people.

What we’re doing

This project uses different measures to calm traffic including:

  • new garden beds
  • new trees
  • changes to parking
  • changes to traffic priority
  • reduced speeds.

We also propose to reduce through traffic through changes to access for local streets including closing Spring Street at Epsom Road and Primrose Avenue at Gardeners Road. Vehicle access to all properties is retained, sometimes via alternate routes. 

Nine on-street parking spaces on Primrose Avenue, near Gardeners Road, will be removed however the remaining 217 on-street spaces will be retained or realigned.

Map of Primrose Avenue and neighbouring streets.
Design update – April 2024PDF · 1.94 MB · Last modified

Note, the design is in progress and will be completed in late 2024.

Concept designPDF · 4.11 MB · Last modified

Dunning Avenue

We will remove the pop-up cycleway on Dunning Avenue before May 2023. The barriers will be removed and previous road conditions will be reinstated.

The quiet way will be the alternative route for people riding when it is completed.

How you can give feedback

Consultation closes at 5pm on Monday 11 July 2022.

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 making your contribution.

Proposed works & maintenance

Revised design and review of environmental factors for new playground and green link in North Rosebery

Part of our work to build new parks, upgrade existing ones and provide more than 21 hectares of 40 parks and playgrounds in Green Square.