Following a traffic study in Macarthur, Fadden and Gowrie in 2012-13 which involved the technical analysis of traffic data as well as community feedback, priority 1 traffic management measures were installed on Coyne Street to mitigate concerns regarding speeding, traffic volumes and road safety.
In August 2014 Coyne Street received three sets of speed cushions and a pedestrian refuge island to help reduce speeds and improve road safety by providing continuous speed control all day, every day.
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In early 2015, six months after the implementation of the priority 1 measures, the Macarthur, Fadden and Gowrie traffic management scheme was evaluated to determine if the measures in place had achieved the stated objectives of reducing travelling speeds and traffic volumes and increasing overall road safety. The evaluation included a technical analysis of traffic data and community consultation.
For more information on the traffic study and the evaluation view the study of traffic conditions in Macarthur, Fadden and Gowrie.