B-Line Construction Works

Permanent parking and bus stop changes on Military Road, Cremorne

In April 2019, the new lane management (tidal flow) system became operational on Military Road - between Winnie St and Spofforth St, and between Hampden Ave and Ben Boyd Rd.

What is tidal flow?

Tidal flow is a ‘reversible’ lane in which traffic may travel in either direction depending on the time of day or traffic conditions. The Cremorne tidal flow system will utilise moveable medians and in-pavement lighting to separate the traffic travelling in opposite directions in the weekday AM peak.

What does tidal flow do?

The tidal flow system will help ease congestion along Military Road by making more lanes available during AM peak in the peak direction and allowing all other traffic to easily move past buses that are picking up customers.

 

Construction Update

Work is scheduled to take place at night on Military Road from – Sunday 19 May to Friday 24 May 2019 (5 nights) between the hours of 7pm and 5am, weather permitting.  

  • Noisy night work – Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 May (2 nights), 6pm and 5am
  • Non-noisy night works - Sunday 19, Monday 20, Thursday 23 May (3 nights), 6pm and 5am
  • Day work on Military Road – Monday 20 to Friday 24 May (5 days), 10am to 6pm.

During May, noisy night works will only occur for two nights per week, for up to a total of six nights for the month. There will also be work undertaken on other evenings of the week however this work, which will involve traffic control, is not anticipated to be a high noise activity but will be noticeable.

 

Schedule of Work

Dates and times

Location

Work

Day work

Monday – Friday, 7am and 6pm, and Saturday, 8am and 1pm.

Military Road between Young Street and Spofforth Street

Military Road between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

Military Road between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

Sunday 19 May

6pm to 5am

Military Road between Young Street and Spofforth Street

Military Road between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

Military Road between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

Monday 20 May

6pm to 5am

Military Road between Young Street and Spofforth Street

Military Road between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

Military Road between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

Tuesday 21 May

6pm to 5am

Military Road between Young Street and Spofforth Street

Military Road between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• footpath rectification work between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• installation of signage on Wycombe Road, Rangers Road and Waters Road.

Glover Street to Holt Avenue

• set up / pack up traffic control

• line marking and bus lane painting on Military Road between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

• trenching and completing road crossing restoration across Military Road at Winnie Street

• signage installation between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

• trenching along Military Road at the Spofforth Street intersection for traffic control signals

• rectification of in pavement lights between Holt Avenue and Spofforth Street

• installation of CCTV camera on Lane Useage System

• preparation work at the Cabramatta Road and Military Road intersection for traffic light installation.

Wednesday 22 May

6pm to 5am

Military Road between Young Street and Spofforth Street

Military Road between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• footpath rectification work between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• installation of signage on Wycombe Road, Rangers Road and Waters Road.

Glover Street to Holt Avenue

• set up / pack up traffic control

• line marking and bus lane painting on Military Road between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

• trenching and completing road crossing restoration across Military Road at Winnie Street

• signage installation between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

• trenching along Military Road at the Spofforth Street intersection for traffic control signals

• rectification of in pavement lights between Holt Avenue and Spofforth Street

• installation of CCTV camera on Lane Useage System

• preparation work at the Cabramatta Road and Military Road intersection for traffic light installation.

Thursday 23 May

6pm to 5am

Military Road between Young Street and Spofforth Street

Military Road between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Young Street and Hampden Avenue

Military Road between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

• set up / pack up traffic control

• rectification of in pavement lights between Winnie Street and Spofforth Street

 

Map of parking and bus stop changes in Cremorne

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Bus Lanes

Jan 2018 change T3 lanes to Bus Lanes

Transport for NSW has advised Council that existing T3 lanes were converted to Bus lanes in the AM peak from mid-January 2018. The conversion applied at two sections:

  • Along Burnt Bridge Creek Deviation (from Condamine Street to Sydney Road)
  • Along Spit and Military Roads (from Ourimbah Road, Mosman to Watson Street, Neutral Bay).

At its meeting on 4 December 2017 (15MB), Council resolved:

  1. THAT Council endorse a submission to Transport for NSW’s B-Line Team regarding the conversion of the existing AM T3 Lanes to an AM Bus Lane along the lines of commentary provided in this report.
  2. THAT Council also prepare a supplementary submission based on feedback from affected Precincts, including Harrison, Bennett, Willoughby Bay, Neutral and Brightmore.
  3. THAT Council immediately forward to the above Precincts any correspondence that it receives from Transport for NSW regarding the B-Line and continue to publish all correspondence on its website.

Council submission T3 conversion to bus lanes (113KB)

Council supplementary submission T3 conversion to bus lanes (395KB)

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Posted on 17 May 2019

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