Banjup Traffic Study

24 May 2019

The City has engaged independent traffic consultants Cardno to undertake a Banjup traffic study and wants your input.

Do you live in Banjup or use the roads there to commute to work or school or other reasons? What's your view on the speed or density of traffic there now and in the future?

Your input will help guide future decision-making about traffic management in this area.

Cardno will examine traffic patterns in the area bounded by Tapper Road, Armadale Road and the City of Cockburn boundaries. See the map

The City will write to all property owners within the study area to make you and your neighbours aware of the study.

HAVE YOUR SAY

  • Complete the survey below
  • Attend a workshop hosted by Cardno and the City at Banjup Community Hall, 41 Oxley Road from 6.30pm to 8pm on Tuesday 14 May.

The scope of the traffic study includes:

  • Review current and forecast traffic volumes and speeds along Liddelow Road, Gibbs Road, and Beenyup Roads
  • Workshop with residents in the Banjup locality to discuss issues and potential solutions in May 2019
  • Document concerns and potential solutions
  • Identify and evaluate methods of managing traffic on the local road network (Liddelow, Gibbs, Beenyup, and nearby roads).
  • Develop package of traffic management options
  • Meet with residents a second time to gain views on their preferred measures
  • Submit report to City for consideration by the Council for implementation subject to necessary approvals and funding.

24 May 2019

The City has engaged independent traffic consultants Cardno to undertake a Banjup traffic study and wants your input.

Do you live in Banjup or use the roads there to commute to work or school or other reasons? What's your view on the speed or density of traffic there now and in the future?

Your input will help guide future decision-making about traffic management in this area.

Cardno will examine traffic patterns in the area bounded by Tapper Road, Armadale Road and the City of Cockburn boundaries. See the map

The City will write to all property owners within the study area to make you and your neighbours aware of the study.

HAVE YOUR SAY

  • Complete the survey below
  • Attend a workshop hosted by Cardno and the City at Banjup Community Hall, 41 Oxley Road from 6.30pm to 8pm on Tuesday 14 May.

The scope of the traffic study includes:

  • Review current and forecast traffic volumes and speeds along Liddelow Road, Gibbs Road, and Beenyup Roads
  • Workshop with residents in the Banjup locality to discuss issues and potential solutions in May 2019
  • Document concerns and potential solutions
  • Identify and evaluate methods of managing traffic on the local road network (Liddelow, Gibbs, Beenyup, and nearby roads).
  • Develop package of traffic management options
  • Meet with residents a second time to gain views on their preferred measures
  • Submit report to City for consideration by the Council for implementation subject to necessary approvals and funding.

Banjup Traffic Survey

Thank you for your comments

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5. Please answer the following questions:
5. Please answer the following questions: Yes No No opinion
Do you consider there is a road safety issue in the Banjup area?
Do you consider there is a high speed traffic issue in the area?
Do you consider there is a “rat running” issue during peak hours?
Do you consider there is an issue with trucks passing through the area?
Do you consider there are pedestrian or cyclist safety issues in the area?
Would you support “traffic calming” measures in the area?
7. I am a motorist who lives outside of Banjup and use Banjup roads for the following main reason:
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9. I would like to register for the workshop on 14 May at the Banjup Community Hall from 6.30pm to 8pm
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