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.
The Alexandria to Moore Park Stage 1 Project Review of Environmental Factors (REF) is now on display.
View or download the complete REF document and associated studies (PDF, 48.5Mb).
The final concept design for the proposal can be found on the November 2019 Project Update (PDF, 591Kb).
During the display period, Roads & Maritime Services will host a number of community drop-in sessions:
Moore Park Supa Centre (ground floor)
2A South Dowling Street, Moore Park
Friday 6 December, 11am - 2pm
Cliff Noble Community Centre
24 Suttor St, Alexandria
Saturday 7 December, 10am - 1pm
Thursday 12 December, 5pm - 8pm
If you cannot attend a session, you can submit comments on the interactive online map.
All comments received before 18 December 2019 will be considered and used to finalise the design. Roads & Maritime Services will prepare a submissions report to respond to matters the community and stakeholders raised during the display period. We will continue to keep the community updated as the proposal progresses.
View or download:
- November 2019 Project Update (PDF, 591Kb)
- October 2017 Community Consultation Report (PDF, 12Mb)
- October 2017 notification (PDF, 108Kb)
- June 2017 Project Update (PDF, 11.1Mb)
Upload your comment online using the online tool.
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Following community consultation and further engagement with the City of Sydney, the Alexandria to Moore Park project will now be delivered in stages. Stage 1 is a smaller version of the original proposal. A 50 km/hr speed limit is now in place along the corridor and a further review of the speed limit is planned as more urban renewal occurs.
Roads & Maritime Services are calling for comments on the Review of Environmental Factors for the Stage 1 proposal. Stage one focuses on four intersection improvements west of and including South Dowling Street which aim to improve safety and reliability in the highest growth section of the corridor.
These improvements require minor property acquisition and avoid impacting fig trees on South Dowling Street.
The improvements being considered include:
- turning lanes at Fountain Street on McEvoy Street,
- a new right turn lane in Botany Road, at McEvoy Street
- changes to line marking at both Elizabeth Street and South Dowling Street to convert existing dedicated left turn lanes to lanes allowing traffic to travel both through and left
- clearways and right turn bans at side streets without signals.
Review of Environmental Factors
November 2019 - Review of Environmental Factors
Alexandria to Moore Park Project Stage 1
Concept Design Drawings including Stage 1 and the Ultimate Design
A2MP REF Consultation
Urban Design, Landscape Strategy and Visual Impact Assessment
Consultation and Statutory Consultation Checklists
Property Aquisition Maps
Aboriginal Heritage Archaeological Survey Report Public
Consideration of Clause 228 and MNES and Commonwealth Land
Traffic and Transport Assessment
Statement of Heritage Impact
Noise and Vibration Assessment
Stage 1 Contamination Assessment
Tree Impact Maps and Assessments of Significance
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October 2017 project notification
Consultation report now available.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
For more information about the proposal please contact the project team:
Phone: 1800 875 557