Bong Bong Road Pedestrian Island and Turning Lane

Consultation has now concluded.  

Council is committed to creating a pedestrian friendly city and developing a safe, connected network of pedestrian routes. There is a need to provide safe access for pedestrians s to cross Bong Bong Road, Horsley between Diamond Brothers Skate Park and Reed Park. The traffic volumes are high and gaps in traffic to safely cross can be difficult to find, especially for children and young people.

A concept plan has been developed to address the need, the Plan includes:

  • Constructing a pedestrian refuge island
  • Constructing a footpath from Reed Park car park to the new pedestrian refuge island
  • Creating a right run lane into the Reed Park car park
  • Installation of signage
  • Relocation of existing bus stop
This page provides information about the proposed works. If you would like to provide feedback please follow the below tab.


Please read Council's Privacy Notification before making a submission.

Council is committed to creating a pedestrian friendly city and developing a safe, connected network of pedestrian routes. There is a need to provide safe access for pedestrians s to cross Bong Bong Road, Horsley between Diamond Brothers Skate Park and Reed Park. The traffic volumes are high and gaps in traffic to safely cross can be difficult to find, especially for children and young people.

A concept plan has been developed to address the need, the Plan includes:

  • Constructing a pedestrian refuge island
  • Constructing a footpath from Reed Park car park to the new pedestrian refuge island
  • Creating a right run lane into the Reed Park car park
  • Installation of signage
  • Relocation of existing bus stop
This page provides information about the proposed works. If you would like to provide feedback please follow the below tab.


Please read Council's Privacy Notification before making a submission.