New pedestrian crossing at Sydney Park

New pedestrian crossing at Sydney Park

Sydney Park Road, Alexandria

We’ve started work on a pedestrian crossing with traffic signals, new pathways and new landscaping near the Sydney Park cycle centre. This work will complete an upgrade for the area.

The new pedestrian crossing will provide a better and safer connection between Sydney Park, Erskineville and the Ashmore Precinct. It will also link the park entry with the children’s bike track and Sydney skate park. View the area of the works below.

We've removed 7 small broad-leaf paperbark trees along Sydney Park Road to make space for 4 new traffic light poles and allow a clear sightline to the traffic lights.

When works are finished, we’ll plant 7 new broad-leaf paperbark trees in Sydney Park along Sydney Park Road.

Works include:

  • a pedestrian crossing with traffic signals
  • new concrete pathways connecting the toilet block to Sydney Park Road
  • landscaping with new trees and ground cover.

Works should take around 3 months, weather permitting.

Our contractor QMC Pty Ltd started work in early January 2020. Work will take place from 7am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday, and 7.30am to 3.30pm on Saturday.

The work requires road closures and work on the pedestrian crossing will take place at night. There may be some noise at night and footpaths will be closed temporarily on each side of Sydney Park Road. We will take steps to minimise any impacts.

Contacts

For more information, please contact:

Tharindu Wijeratne
Project Manager
02 9265 9333

The new pedestrian crossing enters Sydney Park Road from Bamal Way, Alexandria. On the other side of the crossing, the landscaped areas and new pathways surround Sydney Park cycle centre

Last updated: Tuesday, 19 May 2020