Collaroy


At Collaroy, a B-Line stop would be provided on both sides of Pittwater Road, near Collaroy Street.

Local traffic changes

The Northern Beaches B-Line program is proposing to build eight right turn bays, close existing median gaps and provide an extended U-turn facility along Pittwater Road between Stuart Street and Hay Street and installing a pedestrian crossing across Pittwater Road at Ocean Grove.

The proposal aims to improve safety and ease congestion on Pittwater Road caused by the absence of dedicated right turn options between Stuart Street and Hay Street, particularly outside of peak morning and afternoon periods and on weekends.

Click on the image below for an overview of the proposal.


At Collaroy, a B-Line stop would be provided on both sides of Pittwater Road, near Collaroy Street.

Local traffic changes

The Northern Beaches B-Line program is proposing to build eight right turn bays, close existing median gaps and provide an extended U-turn facility along Pittwater Road between Stuart Street and Hay Street and installing a pedestrian crossing across Pittwater Road at Ocean Grove.

The proposal aims to improve safety and ease congestion on Pittwater Road caused by the absence of dedicated right turn options between Stuart Street and Hay Street, particularly outside of peak morning and afternoon periods and on weekends.

Click on the image below for an overview of the proposal.

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  • Are the Bus Lane/clearway restrictions to be maintained as is, ie. 6-10am southbound; 3-7pm northbound?

    steve asked 5 months ago

    Dear Steve, 

    The B-Line project team is currently exploring other initiatives to improve the B-Line bus journey times. One of these options is to extend clearways and bus lanes in various sections of the B-Line corridor. If any of these options are investigated local residents and business will be consulted, have their say and be invited to review the environmental impacts assessment report before any determination is made. 


    Ross

  • Will the weekend parking restriction south of Anzac Ave to Long Reef car park get rid of the 70 For Sale Cars parked for 3 days along this stretch of road. Without this the weekend B-line services will have problem traveling from Collaroy to Dee Why Ken

    ken.taylor asked 7 months ago

    Hi Ken, 

    Currently there are no plans to restrict the parking south of Anzac Avenue to Long Reef. However there maybe some changes to this area in the future under the RMS project Easing Sydneys Congestion. Please follow the link below for further information:

     http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/projects/easing-sydneys-congestion/index.html


    Ross

  • Will other existing stops along Pittwater Road Collaroy still be used eg. near Ramsay St., Frazer St. etc

    Allen asked 8 months ago

    Hi Allen,

    There will be one B-Line city-bound stop and one B-Line Mona Vale-bound stop.

    The proposed location of the city-bound stop is in front of The Beach Club Collaroy. The proposed location of the Mona Vale-bound stop is just north of Collaroy Street.

    The B-Line team will continue to consult with the community in 2017 about any additional changes to the existing bus stops. 

    Ross

  • How can existing car parking at Collaroy be adequate for the B Line service when the existing car park is ALWAYS full by 9 am each weekday morning? You are asking commuters to give up their cars to use the new B Line service and not have enough car spaces for those extra commuters. This needs more thought put into it before implementation.

    Peter LOwe asked about 1 year ago

    Hi Peter.

    Thanks for your question.

    Opal and census data showed that demand for demand for commuter car parking around Collaroy is met by existing parking facilities. Commuters looking to park and ride will also be serviced by additional commuter car parks as part of the B-Line Program at Narrabeen, Dee Why and Brookvale.

    ~ Neil