Local Area Traffic Management Study - Clarence Park/ Milllswood

Consultation has concluded

*Please refer to Document Library for draft LATM study report*


A Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study is currently being undertaken in the Clarence Park/Millswood area (including parts of Goodwood and Wayville). We are currently undertaking Stage 2 of community engagement on this project.

In Stage 1, we engaged with the community in August 2018 to understand your views on a number of known issues, as well as other improvements you would like us to consider. Based on your feedback from this survey, as well as further technical analysis, a series of draft recommendations have been developed for the area. We now seek feedback on these recommendations, which will help inform the final projects undertaken over the coming years, and be focused on improving the following key areas:

  • Traffic Management and Road Safety
  • Parking
  • Walking and Cycling


BACKGROUND

LATM is an approach to identify and address traffic issues in a local area. It is a holistic approach that considers an area as a whole, rather than addressing individual streets in isolation.

It involves the following steps:

  1. Analyse traffic and parking data
  2. Obtain general feedback to understand community priorities/issues (Stage 1 of community engagement)
  3. Develop draft recommendations
  4. Obtain community feedback on draft recommendations (Stage 2 of community engagement)
  5. Finalise recommendations and Council endorsement of final projects to be undertaken


RECOMMENDATIONS

Currently we are undertaking step 4 of this process, where we obtain feedback on draft recommendations. Recommendations range from pedestrian crossings/refuges, changes to parking controls, and options to reduce traffic short cutting through residential streets. These recommendations are detailed in the study report here or under Document Library, which provides further detail on each recommendation, including a concept plan where applicable.


PROVIDING FEEDBACK

We seek community feedback to understand whether these recommendations are supported. This feedback will help us finalise the recommendations as well as assign a relative priority for implementation.

Options to provide feedback:

  • Complete the online feedback form below by Monday 5 August 2019
  • Attend our Community Drop In Session on Tuesday 30 July, 5-8pm, at the Clarence Park Community Centre, Black Forest Room. Please come any time between 5pm and 8pm to discuss the recommendations with the project team.

For additional information, please contact us by email at pobox1@unley.sa.gov.au, or by phone on 8372 5111.


LATM STUDY TIMELINE

Month
Activity
August-September 2018
Stage 1 Consultation with the community
October to December 2018
Analyse feedback and traffic data
January – May 2019
Further investigation and prioritisation of projects
June 2019
Council endorsement of draft LATM study and draft recommendations
July 2019
Stage 1 Consultation with the community
September 2019
Final LATM study report and recommendations to be considered at Council meeting
October 2019 - June 2020
Undertake high priority recommendations
2021-2024
Undertake medium and low priority recommendations






*Please refer to Document Library for draft LATM study report*


A Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study is currently being undertaken in the Clarence Park/Millswood area (including parts of Goodwood and Wayville). We are currently undertaking Stage 2 of community engagement on this project.

In Stage 1, we engaged with the community in August 2018 to understand your views on a number of known issues, as well as other improvements you would like us to consider. Based on your feedback from this survey, as well as further technical analysis, a series of draft recommendations have been developed for the area. We now seek feedback on these recommendations, which will help inform the final projects undertaken over the coming years, and be focused on improving the following key areas:

  • Traffic Management and Road Safety
  • Parking
  • Walking and Cycling


BACKGROUND

LATM is an approach to identify and address traffic issues in a local area. It is a holistic approach that considers an area as a whole, rather than addressing individual streets in isolation.

It involves the following steps:

  1. Analyse traffic and parking data
  2. Obtain general feedback to understand community priorities/issues (Stage 1 of community engagement)
  3. Develop draft recommendations
  4. Obtain community feedback on draft recommendations (Stage 2 of community engagement)
  5. Finalise recommendations and Council endorsement of final projects to be undertaken


RECOMMENDATIONS

Currently we are undertaking step 4 of this process, where we obtain feedback on draft recommendations. Recommendations range from pedestrian crossings/refuges, changes to parking controls, and options to reduce traffic short cutting through residential streets. These recommendations are detailed in the study report here or under Document Library, which provides further detail on each recommendation, including a concept plan where applicable.


PROVIDING FEEDBACK

We seek community feedback to understand whether these recommendations are supported. This feedback will help us finalise the recommendations as well as assign a relative priority for implementation.

Options to provide feedback:

  • Complete the online feedback form below by Monday 5 August 2019
  • Attend our Community Drop In Session on Tuesday 30 July, 5-8pm, at the Clarence Park Community Centre, Black Forest Room. Please come any time between 5pm and 8pm to discuss the recommendations with the project team.

For additional information, please contact us by email at pobox1@unley.sa.gov.au, or by phone on 8372 5111.


LATM STUDY TIMELINE

Month
Activity
August-September 2018
Stage 1 Consultation with the community
October to December 2018
Analyse feedback and traffic data
January – May 2019
Further investigation and prioritisation of projects
June 2019
Council endorsement of draft LATM study and draft recommendations
July 2019
Stage 1 Consultation with the community
September 2019
Final LATM study report and recommendations to be considered at Council meeting
October 2019 - June 2020
Undertake high priority recommendations
2021-2024
Undertake medium and low priority recommendations






  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for providing feedback. This will help us understand whether the recommendations are supported, as well as assign a relative priority for implementation.

    Thank you for providing feedback. This will help us understand whether the recommendations are supported, as well as assign a relative priority for implementation.

    Consultation has concluded