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Proposed Traffic Signals – Intersection Galston Road and Clarinda Street, Hornsby

Council is proposing to provide traffic signals at the intersection of Galston Road with Clarinda Street in Hornsby.

Council has identified a number of traffic management works to provide safe and efficient movement of vehicles and pedestrians in the Hookhams Corner area. Traffic signals need to be provided at the intersection of Galston Road with Clarinda Street to cater for the future population growth. Other minor works such as traffic medians and pedestrian refuges are also proposed.

The following works are proposed:

  • Installation of a traffic signals at the intersection of Galston Road and Clarinda Street.
  • Removal of existing pedestrian refuge islands from Galston Road near Clarinda Street (signalised crossing will be provided at the above intersection).
  • Installation of a traffic median island in Peats Ferry Road at the intersection with Old Berowra Road.
  • Installation of a traffic median island in Galston Road at the intersection with Carrington Road.
  • Installation of pedestrian refuge in Carrington Road near Galston Road.
  • Installation of pedestrian refuge in Old Berowra Road near Storey Park.
  • Continuation of the closure of Roper Lane to through traffic.
  • Minor changes to bus routes in consultation with local bus operators.

Exhibition Start Date: Thursday 4 April 2019
Exhibition Finish Date: Thursday 30 April 2019 (close of business)

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Have your say

Council invites your comments on the proposal by close of business Thursday 30 April 2019.  The results of the consultation will be referred to the Hornsby Local Traffic Committee for consideration and recommendation to Council.

Please mark your submission “Proposed Traffic Signals - Intersection of Galston Road with Clarinda Street Hornsby – Reference No F2004/09909-02” and address it to:

The General Manager
Hornsby Shire Council
PO Box 37
HORNSBY NSW  1630

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Enquiries

Please do not hesitate to contact Council’s Senior Traffic Engineer on 9847 6616 should you have any comments or questions in relation to the proposal.