Issues have been raised by the Dayboro community regarding a lack of safe crossing areas for pedestrians on Williams Street. Council is currently seeking to address these concerns by investigating improved pedestrian crossing opportunities.
Council would like to know your views on how to improve the safety for pedestrians crossing Williams Street. This is your opportunity to have your say and ensure that this project meets the community’s expectations on the improvement of pedestrian connectivity and safety.
The consultation period will close on the 6 August 2017. Council will take into account the views residents and businesses express as part of this consultation. A decision will then be taken regarding the implementation of the improvements.
There are a couple of ways you can take part:
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Do you think there are currently safety issues for pedestrians crossing Williams Street?
Do you support pedestrian crossing improvements on Williams Street, Dayboro?
If yes, how many crossing points do you think are required?
Please describe the preferred location of the crossing point/s:
What sort of crossing would you prefer?
What other safety improvements would you like to see considered on Williams Street?
Form completed by MBRC Customer Service officer
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