The NSW Government is investigating intersection improvements, new pedestrian and cycle paths and new parking controls and clearways in the Alexandria, Waterloo and Moore Park areas. The investigations are part of the NSW Government's investment in keeping Sydney moving and improving road safety.
Since the concept design for an upgrade of the key intersections along the corridor was put on public display mid-2017, more detailed planning has been undertaken on the urban renewal precincts, and the broader integrated transport strategy for the Alexandria to Moore Park area.
New plans showing the proposed changes will be displayed towards the end of 2019.
Should you have any queries about the project in the interim please feel free to contact the project team on email@example.com or 1800 875 557.
The project team is preparing a project Review of Environmental Factors for display in late 2019.
The REF will examine the potential impacts of the proposed intersection upgrades and outline measures to reduce, mitigate and manage the impacts.
The NSW Government is investigating road safety and intersection improvements, new pedestrian and cycle paths and new parking controls / clearways in the Alexandria, Waterloo and Moore Park areas.
The improvements will address existing pinch points and support substantial nearby urban renewal and transport projects with better amenity and safety for customers.
The intersections being considered are:
- Anzac Parade, Dacey Avenue and Alison Road
- Bourke Street, Lachlan Street and McEvoy Street
- Elizabeth Street and McEvoy Street
- Fountain Street and McEvoy Street
- Gadigal Avenue and Lachlan Street
- South Dowling Street, Dacey Avenue and Lachlan Street
- Wyndham Street, Botany Road and McEvoy Street.
October 2017 project notification
Consultation report now available.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
June 2017 questions and answers
Alexandria to Moore Park Connectivity Upgrade.
For more information about the proposal please contact the project team:
Phone: 1800 875 557