Transport Canberra and City Services


Summary of proposed treatments for Maribyrnong Avenue, Kaleen

Street Main issues of concern Proposed treatments

Maribyrnong Avenue

  • Speeding
  • Pedestrian safety
  • Safety near school zones
  • Traffic volumes
  • Lane narrowing (either painted medians or marked shoulders)
  • Modify existing pedestrian signals to include the intersection of Maribyrnong Avenue/Alberga Street (east)
  • Raised pedestrian crossing at the shops between Georgina Crescent intersections (east and west)
  • Pedestrian refuges at bus stops near:
    • path to Darby Street
    • path to Cloncurry Street
  • Mini roundabouts   intersections with Diamantina Crescent,   Ashburton Crescent, Onkaparinga Crescent (east) and Georgina Crescent (east)
  • Modify existing roundabout at intersection of Maribyrnong Avenue / Ellenborough Street to improve facilities for pedestrians and cyclists
  • Right turn lanes at intersections with Daintree Crescent, Tyrrell Circuit and Onkaparinga Crescent (west)
Ellenborough Street
  • Speeding
  • Pedestrian and cycle safety
  • Traffic volumes
  • Intersection issues.
  • Lane narrowing
  • Pedestrian refuge at bus stops near path to Oakover Circuit
  • Mini roundabout atintersection with Daintree Crescent 
Onkaparinga Crescent
  • Speeding
  • Through traffic
  • Four speed cushions
Callabonna Street
  • Speeding
  • Through traffic
  • One speed cushion
Baldwin Drive
  • Speeding
  • Intersection issues 
  • Extend 60 km/h zone to just north of Ginninderra Drive
Ginninderra Drive
  • Informal pedestrian connection to AIS
  • Path from Kaleen South oval to Ginninderra Drive
  • Pedestrian crossing facilities at Braybrooke Street/Ginninderra Drive traffic signals

Examples of proposed treatments

Right turn lane
Right turn lane
Pedestrian refuge
Pedestrian refuge
Mini roundabout
Mini roundabout
Speed Cushion
Speed Cushion
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