Traffic Calming - Shallcross Street, Yangebup

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Consultation has concluded


Background

A traffic assessment of Shallcross Street was undertaken in February 2020. The assessment revealed that the average weekday traffic count was 2136 vehicles. The average vehicle speed was 62km/h, 12km/h above the permitted speed limit.

The City of Cockburn is proposing to install traffic calming devices at several locations on Shallcross Street and the Yangebup Road approach to Shallcross Street. A draft design has been prepared for the community to view and share their feedback on. Click here for more information.


Have Your Say

Comments close 4pm Thursday 24 September 2020
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Background

A traffic assessment of Shallcross Street was undertaken in February 2020. The assessment revealed that the average weekday traffic count was 2136 vehicles. The average vehicle speed was 62km/h, 12km/h above the permitted speed limit.

The City of Cockburn is proposing to install traffic calming devices at several locations on Shallcross Street and the Yangebup Road approach to Shallcross Street. A draft design has been prepared for the community to view and share their feedback on. Click here for more information.


Have Your Say

Comments close 4pm Thursday 24 September 2020
icon of online formOnline
Complete the form below
icon of letterIn writing
Write a submission to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au
Please include your name, address, level of support and reasons
Phone iconPhone
Contact us on 08 9411 3444 during business hours
Draft design iconDraft design
Click here to view the diagram


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    Consultation has concluded
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