Raised Pedestrian Crossing - Morehead Street, Lambton
What is proposed
We are seeking feedback on a proposal to upgrade the existing pedestrian crossing on Morehead Street Lambton near Lambton Library to a raised pedestrian crossing to improve pedestrian safety in the local centre.
The existing 'zebra' crossing (pictured above) is located on Morehead Street on the south side of the intersection with Elder Street. The crossing is used by pedestrians for safe access between the Lambton Local Centre, Lambton Library and Lambton Park and is used regularly by school students from Lambton Public School.
Raised pedestrian crossings
are located where there are high levels of pedestrian activity. They are raised to increase visibility for approaching drivers and slow down traffic.
The proposed design of the raised pedestrian crossing includes kerb extensions to narrow the roadway to further slow traffic and reduce the crossing distance.
View the detailed design plan
How we use feedback
To proceed with this project Council is required to consider community feedback and to endorse the project at a future meeting. We are seeking community feedback to enable Council to make an informed decision on this project.
Have your say online by completing the form below
Alternatively, you can email a written submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal submissions can be sent to:
Chief Executive Officer
City of Newcastle
Attention: Transport and Compliance
PO Box 489
Newcastle NSW 2300
Subject: Submission - Morehead Street, Lambton - Raised Pedestrian Crossing
The public exhibition period closes midnight Monday 21 October 2019.
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Purpose of collecting personal details: Council is collecting this information to determine the local community’s views and opinions on the proposal outlined.
Intended recipients: Information provided as part of the consultation will be used as part of the investigation into the proposal, and may be included in future reports on the issue.
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