Aerial view of Princes Highway

Mogo Pedestrian Safety Improvements

Transport for NSW is developing options to improve pedestrian safety along the Princes Highway at Mogo.

Latest news

JUN 2022

JUN 2022Feedback report now available

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on proposed options to improve pedestrian safety on the Princes Highway in Mogo. A feedback report (PDF, 157Mb), providing an overview of feedback received during the 29 November 2021 to 31 January 2022 consultation is now available to view or download.

A total of 101 submissions were received. Transport is using the feedback to identify initiatives to improve pedestrian safety in Mogo. Transport will continue to engage with the community and key stakeholders as the project progresses.

JAN 2022

JAN 2022Consultation is now closed

Thank you to everyone who provided their feedback on proposed options to improve pedestrian safety on the Princes Highway in Mogo. The consultation period is now closed. Feedback will now be analysed and a summary report will be provided to the community later in the year.

NOV 2021

NOV 2021Have your say

Feedback on the potential options is invited until Sunday 30 January 2022.

View or download the frequently asked questions (PDF, 358Kb) for more information on the potential options.

View a map of the potential safety improvements and have your say.

Transport for NSW is presenting a range of potential options to improve pedestrian safety and connectivity in Mogo. The options have been recommended based on feedback from the community in 2020 and follow further investigation and design work.

Transport is seeking feedback on the community’s earlier suggestions before confirming preferred improvement options.

Project information

Transport for NSW is investigating a range of features to make Mogo a safer, better connected and more appealing place for pedestrians and motorists.

In November 2020, Transport invited community feedback to understand their thoughts and ideas on pedestrian safety across the Highway in Mogo. Some recommendations included traffic lights at local intersections, a pedestrian crossing, more parking on the highway, more parking off the highway, improved access to parking off the highway, improved signage and improved pedestrian and shared paths.

Transport is now displaying a range of potential options for community feedback. These have been identified following recommendations by the community and Council in earlier consultations. Transport will carry out more investigations, feasibility studies and design work before confirming the preferred improvement options.

Project documents

 

Contact us

For more information on the project, please contact:

Email: southprojects@transport.nsw.gov.au

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