Milligan Street changes

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Thoglette
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Milligan Street changes

Postby Thoglette » Sat Dec 01, 2018 10:42 pm

City of Perth is planning Milligan Street, Mount Street and Spring Street Cycle Upgrades

CoP wrote:As part of an ongoing commitment to improving the City’s transport network, the City of Perth is planning a suite of transport upgrades on Milligan Street, Mount Street, and Spring Street which will provide improved pedestrian walkability and cycling connectivity, and more efficient traffic movement.

Features

The proposal includes cycling facilities, improved crossing priority for pedestrians, and more efficient use of traffic lanes.

Benefits

These upgrades will enhance the movement of people through the city and will result in overall improvements to the safety of the transport network.

Further Information

Explore the links on the right-hand side of the page to view the concept plans, key dates, and frequently asked questions (FAQ). To find out more about the City of Perth Cycle Plan and Implementation Program 2016-2021 please visit the City of Perth website(External link).

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Re: Milligan Street changes

Postby rolandp » Tue Dec 04, 2018 10:59 pm

This closes 7 Dec aka this Friday. Please take the time to respond.

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Re: Milligan Street changes

Postby Thoglette » Wed Dec 05, 2018 12:07 am

rolandp wrote:Please take the time to respond.

Looks pretty ho hum, but that should be considered a good thing these days. Bike box on Milligan/Wellington is a nett positive
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Re: Milligan Street changes

Postby Scott_C » Wed Dec 05, 2018 12:18 pm

Made the usual comments about providing signage indicating give way to cyclists where vehicles can turn left across the cycle lane and my pet peeve about WA Road Rule 122(4) seeming to make filter lanes to the left of left turning traffic (like proposed at Spring St and Mounts Bay Road) useless as, in my understanding, cyclists can't legally filter on the left of a car indicating a left turn (as the wording of this rule is different in WA than the rest of Australia).

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