Transport Canberra and City Services


Summary of proposed treatments

STREET MAIN ISSUES OF CONCERN PROPOSED DEVICES
COYNE STREET

- Traffic crashes
- Traffic speed
- Intersection safety
- Driveway visibility
- Pedestrian safety

- A roundabout at the intersection with Jackie Howe Crescent
- Jackie Howe Crescent
- Speed cushions

  • Two options are proposed to address the issues at the Coyne Street/Bugden Avenue intersection:

    Option 1: Re-aligning Coyne Street whereby it connects to Bugden Avenue at the Larcombe Crescent intersection. A roundabout is proposed at this new intersection.

    Option 2: Re-aligning Coyne Street whereby it connects to Bugden Avenue at the Larcombe Crescent intersection. A roundabout is proposed at this new intersection.

BUDGEN AVENUE

- Traffic crashes
- Traffic speed
- Driveway visibility
- 'Rat-running'

- Roundabouts and speed cushions south of Coyne Street
- Speed cushions, raised platforms and pedestrian refuges between Coyne Street and Sternberg Crescent

CASTLETON CRESCENT

- Intersection safety
- Traffic speed
- Driveway visibility
- Driveway safety

- Speed cushions
- Raised platforms
- A roundabout at the intersection with Sternberg Crescent
- A roundabout at the intersection with Bugden Avenue

PARTRIDGE STREET

- Traffic speed
- Intersection safety

- Speed cushions
- Raised platforms

BRAMSTON STREET

- 'Rat-running'
- Intersection safety
- Pedestrian safety

- Speed cushions

For information on the traffic calming devices see the impact of traffic calming devices document.

For information about option 1 and 2 view a PDF of the concept plan (PDF - 960KB, please note: this map contains elements which cannot be made accessible. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing the information in this map please contact 13 22 81 to request a hard copy) and summarised below.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

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