The proposed treatment aims to address a number of issues at this location:

  • High volumes of traffic.
  • Conflicts between pedestrians, cyclists and drivers.
  • Lack of pedestrian crossing facilities.

What is the proposed treatment?

The proposal includes:

  • Pedestrian crossings on all four sides of the intersection.
  • Speed cushions before the pedestrian crossings either side of the intersection on Trenerry Crescent.
  • A road hump on Turner Street on the west side of the intersection.
  • Bike lanes end early to encourage cyclists to 'claim the lane' and share road space with vehicles through the roundabout, rather than staying left.

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Birds eye view of intersection of Turner Street and Trenerry Crescent

Benefits of this proposed treatment

The benefits of this option are:

  • If cyclists claim the lane, rather than staying left, it will reduce the likelihood of cyclists being sideswiped by vehicles through the intersection.
  • It will reduce traffic speeds through the roundabout.
  • Improved pedestrian safety.


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