Traffic Committee

Important Information – COVID-19

The Traffic Committee meetings are operating differently due to the COVID-19 government restrictions, and to minimise the risk to all. Members of the public may only attend the Traffic Committee meetings via Zoom. You may only address/speak to the Committee if it relates to an item on the agenda. If you wish to participate please read the Information Sheet - attending Traffic Committee (404KB)


North Sydney Traffic Committee

Any proposed changes to traffic or parking arrangements must be considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee before they can be implemented.

Traffic Committee meetings are held at six week intervals.

Traffic Committee - meetings, agendas and minutes


Council has been delegated certain powers from the TfNSW with regard to traffic matters upon its roads (see Related Doc below). A condition of this delegation is that Council must take into account the Traffic Committee recommendations.

There are four voting members on the Traffic Committee - the RMS, the NSW Police, the local State Member of Parliament and North Sydney Council. Council only gets one vote at the meeting - this is determined by the majority vote of the Councillors present at the meeting. The Mayor generally chairs the Traffic Committee meeting, however, in the absence of the Mayor one of the other Councillors will chair meeting.


Have Your Say

Traffic Committee meetings are open to the public, under new conditions during the COVID-19 situation. If you wish to participate, please read the Information Sheet - attending Traffic Committee (404KB)  

If you wish for a matter to be investigated, then the issue/request must be submitted in writing to, attention of the General Manager. Council Officers will advise in writing on the outcome following their investigations, and whether the matter is to be referred to the Traffic Committee. You can also check Council’s LATM Action Plans to see if the issue is already addressed.

For information contact our Traffic & Transport Operations on 9936 8100 or email

Related Documents