Wayville / Unley / Goodwood Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Study

The Council resolved to undertake a Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study for the areas of Wayville / Unley / Goodwood / Millswood / Hyde Park bounded by Greenhill Road, Unley Road, Park/Mitchell Streets and Goodwood Road. This was a result of Council developing a Precinct Prioritisation Study as proposed in Council’s 4 year Business Plan (2013 – 16) to ‘develop a program of local area traffic management (LATM) studies’ during the first year of the plan.

Traffic in this area has been of concern to Council and the community over a number of years and some of the issues raised include:

  • Non-local traffic ‘rat-running’ through the area
  • Street and driveway access issues due to parked vehicles
  • On street parking issues due to all day and commuter parking congestion
  • Speeding, volume and traffic safety issues.

The aim of the proposed study is to develop a strategic approach to identifying and addressing key issues taking into account previous treatments undertaken and any additional measures that may be required. Most of the known traffic management and parking issues in the area are longstanding, and solutions to address them without impacting on other streets, may not be easy to identify. Furthermore, implementation of any proposed changes will be subject to future funding allocations by Council.

A “Traffic Control Tool Kit” can be viewed here for your information prior to providing feedback, the toolkit outlines some of the options available to Council to address traffic problems.

For more information about the Wayville / Unley / Goodwood LATM, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions section located on the right of this screen.

There are a number of ways you can participate:

1. Your Say Unley – log on to www.yoursay.unley.sa.gov.au and provide your feedback online.

2. By completing the attached feedback sheet.

3. Drop in at an Open Session for community information as listed below:

  • 24th March 2015 between 9.00am to 11.00am or 4.00pm to 6.00pm, at Souter Park, Albert Street, Goodwood.
    or
  • 26th March 2015 between 12noon and 7.00pm, at Unley Shopping Centre, 204 Unley Road, Unley.

4. Nominating your interest to be on Community Reference Group (CRG)

Members of this group are expected to attend all Community Meetings and should be available to respond to general community inquiries.

At the information session you will be able to share your knowledge and concerns about local traffic and parking issues and provide feedback. Your views will be helpful in assisting Council to address the traffic issues for the area.

This consultation commences on Wednesday 25th February 2015 until close of business Tuesday 31st March 2015.

Thank you for your comments.



The Council resolved to undertake a Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study for the areas of Wayville / Unley / Goodwood / Millswood / Hyde Park bounded by Greenhill Road, Unley Road, Park/Mitchell Streets and Goodwood Road. This was a result of Council developing a Precinct Prioritisation Study as proposed in Council’s 4 year Business Plan (2013 – 16) to ‘develop a program of local area traffic management (LATM) studies’ during the first year of the plan.

Traffic in this area has been of concern to Council and the community over a number of years and some of the issues raised include:

  • Non-local traffic ‘rat-running’ through the area
  • Street and driveway access issues due to parked vehicles
  • On street parking issues due to all day and commuter parking congestion
  • Speeding, volume and traffic safety issues.

The aim of the proposed study is to develop a strategic approach to identifying and addressing key issues taking into account previous treatments undertaken and any additional measures that may be required. Most of the known traffic management and parking issues in the area are longstanding, and solutions to address them without impacting on other streets, may not be easy to identify. Furthermore, implementation of any proposed changes will be subject to future funding allocations by Council.

A “Traffic Control Tool Kit” can be viewed here for your information prior to providing feedback, the toolkit outlines some of the options available to Council to address traffic problems.

For more information about the Wayville / Unley / Goodwood LATM, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions section located on the right of this screen.

There are a number of ways you can participate:

1. Your Say Unley – log on to www.yoursay.unley.sa.gov.au and provide your feedback online.

2. By completing the attached feedback sheet.

3. Drop in at an Open Session for community information as listed below:

  • 24th March 2015 between 9.00am to 11.00am or 4.00pm to 6.00pm, at Souter Park, Albert Street, Goodwood.
    or
  • 26th March 2015 between 12noon and 7.00pm, at Unley Shopping Centre, 204 Unley Road, Unley.

4. Nominating your interest to be on Community Reference Group (CRG)

Members of this group are expected to attend all Community Meetings and should be available to respond to general community inquiries.

At the information session you will be able to share your knowledge and concerns about local traffic and parking issues and provide feedback. Your views will be helpful in assisting Council to address the traffic issues for the area.

This consultation commences on Wednesday 25th February 2015 until close of business Tuesday 31st March 2015.

Thank you for your comments.