Transport for NSW will create a multimodal St Peters Square connecting new walking and cycling links, and dynamic community spaces to create a people friendly St Peters.
Thank you for your feedback to the Sydney Park Junction walking, cycling and public domain improvements from 5 September to 4 October 2021.
Transport for NSW, in collaboration with the City of Sydney and Inner West Council, developed the proposal to make the area more enjoyable for walking and cycling while better connecting to Sydney Park’s green space, St Peter’s Station and the King Street precinct.
Sydney Park Junction project benefits
The Sydney Park Junction project would create a people-friendly St Peters through:
- new prioritised walking links along the Princes Highway for easier movement to St Peters Station, Sydney Park and the King Street precinct
- new mid-block crossings on the Princes Highway and Sydney Park Road
- better and safer cyclist connectivity between the Princes Highway and St Peters Station, King Street and the green open spaces of Sydney Park
- people-friendly, dynamic community spaces for al fresco dining, recreation and entertainment allocated along the Princes Highway, King Street, St Peters Square and Sydney Park Road
- improving safety and connectivity for all road users
For further details read the Sydney Park Junction REF submissions report.
We received about 548 submissions during the engagement period.
Key amendments to the proposal based on community feedback include:
- Removing the proposed bus only right turn from Mitchell Road to Sydney Park Road.
- All motorists can turn right from Mitchell Road to Sydney Park Road.
- We have also added 25 new parking spaces to the Princes Highway.
- An extra accessible parking space has also now been added to the previously proposed nine new parking spaces on May Street.
New access to St Peters Triangle
Transport undertook additional traffic assessment around the St Peters Triangle. The proposed changes will improve access and residents will have a total of three entry points: Hutchinson, May or Short Street.
Transport is working to finalise the St Peters triangle access arrangements in close collaboration with the Inner West Council to ensure the best possible place outcomes
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