Improved road safety for Kambala school students
1 February 2019
Pedestrian safety around Kambala School has been improved for the start of the new school year, with an upgrade to the traffic lights on New South Head Road near Rawson Road, Rose Bay.
Ms Upton said “It’s great to see this important work completed to improve safety for pedestrians, especially students, and road users. Work included additional traffic lights, replacing the traffic light controller cabinet, upgrading underground cables, painting line markings and better footpath and kerb ramps.
“The upgrades will help make the traffic lights easier to see, particularly for motorists heading down New South Head Road towards the city, and will also help pedestrians to safely cross the road, and access the school and nearby bus stops.
Ms Upton said the NSW Government has invested in this work as part of its commitment to improve safety on Sydney’s roads.
“Motorists should be aware of the changed traffic conditions and continue to drive safely in the area, including through the 40km/h school zone speed limit, which operates from 8am to 9.30am and 2.30pm to 4pm on gazetted school days.
“I want to thank the Kambala school community and motorists in Rose Bay for their patience while this important work was carried out.”