Petersham to Newtown cycle link

  • Project description
    Inner West Council is constructing a permanent cycle link between Petersham Station and King Street, Newtown. The project is funded as part of the NSW Government's cycleway program in response to COVID-19.

    This link starts at Petersham Station and will run along Crystal Street, York Crescent, Gordon Crescent, Douglas Street, Railway Avenue, Trade Street, Baltic Street, Albermarle Street and Eliza Street. In addition some bicycle logos will be painted on the road in Trafalgar Street as an interim measure while works are being carried out on Petersham Station.

    The work includes new line marking and signage on sections of existing cycleways. On Douglas Street and Railway Avenue a separated 2.4m cycleway will be installed. It includes two lanes, one going in each direction, and a physical barrier to parked cars for cyclist safety.

    Council engaged the community on plans for the cycle link and in 2017 adopted them for construction pending funding. Read more at the Your Say Inner West website

    The cycle link will provide an additional transport choice to access to employment, shopping, business and recreation areas to get the economy moving again.

  • Progress:
    In November 2020 Council appointed Ally Civil as the contractor for the project

  • Responding to your feedback

    Community feedback has shaped every stage of the design of the cycleway. In response to recent community feedback, Inner West Council has cancelled the proposed tree removal and will undertake routine monitoring.

  • Expected completion date: 
    Completion is expected by late February 2021, weather permitting.

  • Plan drawing:
    Copies of the construction plans can be found at the Your Say Inner West website

  • Contact for further information:
    - Dany Estephan from Ally Civil on 0416 294 702 or destephan@allycivil.com.au
    - Snezana Bakovic, Inner West Council on 9335 2228 or snezana.bakovic@innerwest.nsw.gov.au

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Page last updated: 26 Feb 2021