Update to Council
Safe Crossing on Hampton Rd is on the agenda for Council on 27 February 2019. You can view the Council agenda here.
In October 2018 Council requested officers review options in relation to potential design improvements to the intersection at Hampton Road and Lloyd Street, and Hampton Road and Scott Street, and report back to Council, including options on using any potential surplus budget from this project.
The proposed changes to the Lloyd Street and Hampton Road intersection aim to improve the entry and exit point to the South Fremantle shopping centre carpark on Lloyd Street. The improvements include extending the right turn pocket on Hampton Road and modifications to the Lloyd Street car park entry, which aim to increase the queuing areas when accessing the shopping centre entry. The modification will require the existing informal pedestrian crossing on Hampton Road to be slightly relocated, providing the opportunity to improve pedestrian access to the shopping centre.
The proposed design has been submitted and approved by Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA) who is responsible for all regulatory signage and line marking approvals. A report recommending Council endorse the proposed design at Hampton Road and Lloyd Street will be presented at the 27 February meeting. You can view the proposed works below or download a larger copy.
Consultation has concluded