Neutral Bay

In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

During June, work will continue to complete road pavement and footpath works, and installing infrastructure to support tidal flow operation. Once the tidal flow system is manually operational, work will commence to enable automatic operation.

The following activities will continue on Military Road throughout April 2019:

  • installation of pedestrian fencing, road signage and new line marking
  • footpath and pavement work, including kerb, footpath reinstatement between Young Street and Hampden Avenue and between Holt Street and Spofforth Street.
  • installation of two control cabinets on Cabramatta Road, one control cabinet at Cremorne Plaza and one at the corner of Military Road and Glover Street to enable tidal flow operation in Cremorne
  • pulling electrical and data cables through underground conduits along Military Road between Ben Boyd Road and Glover Street to support new ITS cabinets and the operation of the Cremorne tidal flow system
  • connecting cables to existing ITS cabinets. Technicians will work within existing cabinets to test and modify programming the Neutral Bay and Cremorne tidal flow systems to convert to fully automated systems
  • installation of CCTV and thermal cameras using an elevated platform
  • traffic control signal works on Military Road near Cabramatta Road
  • installation of new city bound traffic signal at the Military Road and Cabramatta Road intersection

The June notification outlining work for Military Road is available here.

The scope of works delivered in Neutral Bay include:
  • New B-Line and local bus stops including pedestrian information displays showing real time information
  • Installation of a tidal flow system between Ben Boyd Road and Hampden Avenue
  • Kerb, footpath and pavement upgrades and line marking
  • Changes to parking and clearway operation

In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

During June, work will continue to complete road pavement and footpath works, and installing infrastructure to support tidal flow operation. Once the tidal flow system is manually operational, work will commence to enable automatic operation.

The following activities will continue on Military Road throughout April 2019:

  • installation of pedestrian fencing, road signage and new line marking
  • footpath and pavement work, including kerb, footpath reinstatement between Young Street and Hampden Avenue and between Holt Street and Spofforth Street.
  • installation of two control cabinets on Cabramatta Road, one control cabinet at Cremorne Plaza and one at the corner of Military Road and Glover Street to enable tidal flow operation in Cremorne
  • pulling electrical and data cables through underground conduits along Military Road between Ben Boyd Road and Glover Street to support new ITS cabinets and the operation of the Cremorne tidal flow system
  • connecting cables to existing ITS cabinets. Technicians will work within existing cabinets to test and modify programming the Neutral Bay and Cremorne tidal flow systems to convert to fully automated systems
  • installation of CCTV and thermal cameras using an elevated platform
  • traffic control signal works on Military Road near Cabramatta Road
  • installation of new city bound traffic signal at the Military Road and Cabramatta Road intersection

The June notification outlining work for Military Road is available here.

The scope of works delivered in Neutral Bay include:
  • New B-Line and local bus stops including pedestrian information displays showing real time information
  • Installation of a tidal flow system between Ben Boyd Road and Hampden Avenue
  • Kerb, footpath and pavement upgrades and line marking
  • Changes to parking and clearway operation