Mona Vale Road upgrade

Video: Mona Vale Road upgrade stage 2 & 3

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We are seeking feedback on the preliminary concept designs for the proposed major upgrade of Mona Vale Road. Your feedback will be used to refine the designs.

We appreciate your feedback by answering the following 14 questions.

Feedback is invited until 5pm Friday 14 November.

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Feedback for Mona Vale WEST

1. Do you regularly use Mona Vale Road West (McCarrs Creek Rd to Powder Works Rd)?

2. What are your thoughts on the preliminary concept design for Mona Vale Road West?

3. This major upgrade aims to improve motorist safety and road capacity. What are your thoughts on the preliminary concept design for Mona Vale Road West in respect to safety and capacity?

4. What are your thoughts on the proposed improved access to Wirreanda Road and Tumburra Street from Mona Vale Road?

5. This major upgrade aims to improve reduce impact to the local environment and National Parks. What are your thoughts on the preliminary concept design for Mona Vale Road West in respect to the environment?

6. Is there anything in the designing of the major upgrade to Mona Vale Road West you think Roads and Maritime needs to consider?

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Feedback for Mona Vale EAST

7. Do you regularly use Mona Vale Road East (Manor Road to Foley Street)?

8. What are your thoughts on the preliminary concept design for Mona Vale Road East?

9. This major upgrade aims to improve motorist safety and road capacity. What are your thoughts on the preliminary concept design for Mona Vale Road East in respect to safety and capacity?

10. What are your thoughts on the proposed eastbound truck arrester bed, west of the Ponderosa Parade and Samuel Street intersection?

11. What are your thoughts on the proposed improvements to the Ponderosa Parade and Samuel Street intersection?

12. This major upgrade aims to improve reduce impact to the local environment. What are your thoughts on the preliminary concept design for Mona Vale Road East in respect to the environment?

13. Is there anything in the designing of the major upgrade to Mona Vale Road East you think Roads and Maritime needs to consider?

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14. Would you like to be kept informed about the Mona Vale Road project?

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About the Mona Vale Road upgrade

Mona Vale Road, serving the Northern Beaches and northern suburbs of Sydney, is a corridor of demand within the transport network.

Background

Roads and Maritime are proposing to upgrade Mona Vale Road from two lanes to four lanes between Terrey Hills and Mona Vale. The upgrades are being planned in three stages and are aimed at improving safety and traffic efficiency. The projects include:

Stage 1 – Mona Vale Road East interim works
This is a pinch point project for a minor upgrade of the intersection of Mona Vale Road with Ponderosa Parade and Samuel Street at Mona Vale. The work would improve traffic flow by widening Mona Vale Road to two lanes westbound from Foley Street through the Ponderosa Parade roundabout and to two lanes eastbound through the roundabout.

Stage 2 – Mona Vale Road East Upgrade
Upgrade of 3.2km of Mona Vale Road from two lanes to four lanes between Manor Road, Ingleside and Foley Street, Mona Vale.

Stage 3 – Mona Vale Road West upgrade
Upgrade of 3.2km of Mona Vale Road from two lanes to four lanes between McCarrs Creeks Road, Terrey Hills and Powder Works Road, Ingleside.

Roads and Maritime is also working with Transport for NSW on the Sydney Clearways Strategy which identified Mona Vale Road from the Pacific Highway at Pymble to Kitchener Street at St Ives as a priority project for the introduction of clearways to manage congestion.

Completed work

Work to improve safety on the approach to the Ponderosa Parade/Samuel Street roundabout was completed in January 2014, including:

  • New speed limit signs
  • Improved line markings
  • Improved signs on the steep descent
  • Improved warning signs.

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Disclaimer

The illustrations contained herein are indicative only.  No person or organisation should rely on theses illustrations for any purpose, and RMS takes no responsibility for assumptions made based on the illustrations.

Further planning and development will occur to alignment selection and community consultation will form part of this process. As a result the final alignment may be different to the alignment shown here.

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