Proposed Upgrades to Create Traffic Calming and Increase Pedestrian Safety at City Beach

Posted on: Tuesday, 27 March 2018 at 12:00:00 AM

Proposed Upgrades to Create Traffic Calming and Increase Pedestrian Safety at City Beach

The Town of Cambridge is proposing upgrades to the City Beach area to increase safety for pedestrians and create safer zones along the busy beach area.

The beach area has increased in popularity since the development of the new surf club building, cafes and restaurants in the area. An expansion of the Fred Burton car park also resulted in more people having to cross busy Challenger Parade to get to the beach area.

The Town of Cambridge is seeking feedback from residents or regular City Beach users to progress traffic calming improvements to slow down traffic and make it safer for visitors accessing the area.

There are a number of proposals for consideration, with a focus on providing safe pedestrian crossing points and making the interactions between vehicles and pedestrians safer.

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Pictured above: Feedback is being sought on proposed road upgrades to the City Beach area.

For more information, or to contribute to the proposed developments visit https://www.cambridge.wa.gov.au/Town-Council/Have-Your-
Say/City-Beach-pedestrian-and-traffic-plan.

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