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Maribyrnong Avenue, Kaleen

Maribyrnong Avenue traffic management scheme – updated August 2016

Following a traffic study in Kaleen in 2013-14 which involved the technical analyses of traffic data as well as community feedback, recommended priority 1 traffic management measures were installed on several streets (Maribyrnong Avenue, Ellenborough Street, Daintree Crescent and Onkaparinga Crescent) to mitigate concerns regarding speeding, pedestrian safety and intersection safety.

The treatments implemented include three pedestrian refuge islands, a channelised right turn lane and a raised pedestrian crossing on Maribyrnong Avenue, modifications to the roundabout at the intersection of Maribyrnong Avenue and Ellenborough Street, a pedestrian refuge island on Ellenborough Street and speed cushions on Daintree Crescent and Onkaparinga Crescent.

View a map of the implemented Kaleen traffic management scheme*

*Please note this document contains elements which cannot be made accessible. If you are unable to access the information in this plan please contact 13 22 81 to request a hard copy.

In early 2016, six months after the implementation of the priority 1 measures, the Kaleen traffic management scheme was evaluated to determine if the measures in place had achieved the stated objectives of reducing travelling speeds and increasing overall road safety. This 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 on Maribyrnong Avenue, Kaleen.

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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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