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by Katrina.Bergin, 28 Jul 2020

The City of Kalamunda is undertaking a project to improve pedestrian safety and access at pedestrian crossings in the Kalamunda town centre. As part of this process, the City has assessed and prepared designs for 16 crossings within the town centre, including the installation of a zebra crossing on Canning Road next to the Kalamunda IGA.

The proposed changes are:

  • Construct and install a Zebra crossing on Canning Road by the Kalamunda IGA;
  • Clearly colour and improve the paths at the speed humps on Haynes Street so that they are not mistaken for zebra crossings;
  • Improve the pedestrian crossing point on Barber Street, seven crossings on Mead Street and two along Railway Road; and
  • Remove six parking bays that are currently stopping the safe view between pedestrians and drivers (four in Haynes Street and two in Barber Street).

We invite you to review the proposed designs and provide your comment via our online feedback form. Comments close 5:00pm Friday 18 January 2019.

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