AGENDA AND BUSINESS PAPER

 

 

Traffic Committee

 

 

 

To be held on
Thursday 26 November 2020

AT  

 

 

 

208 Fernleigh Road,
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
PO Box 20, Wagga Wagga

 

Phone: 1300 292 442
Fax: 02 6926 9199
Website:
www.wagga.nsw.gov.au


Reports submitted to the Traffic Committee to be held on Thursday 26 November 2020.

Traffic Committee AGENDA AND BUSINESS PAPER

Thursday 26 November 2020

ORDER OF BUSINESS:

CLAUSE               PRECIS                                                                                            PAGE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY                                                                          2

APOLOGIES                                                                                                                 2

Confirmation of Minutes

CM-1           CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES - MEETING HELD 10 SEPTEMBER 2020    2

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST                                                                                    2

Reports

RP-1            ANNUAL BUTCH MENZ MEMORIAL CYCLING CLASSIC, THE ROCK-COLLUNGIE ROAD, COLINGULLIE                                                                                3

RP-2            DA20/0476 - APPROVAL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 'NO STOPPING’ RESTRICTION AROUND CORNER OF EDWARD STREET & CULLEN ROAD, WAGGA WAGGA                                                                                                     5

RP-3            EXTENSION OF TIMED PARKING ZONES ADJACENT TO 10 BEST STREET CAFE, WAGGA WAGGA.                                                                                    11

RP-4            APPROVAL FOR REVISED PARKING RESTRICTIONS ADJACENT TO 1 SIMMONS STREET, WAGGA WAGGA.                                                                     15

RP-5            INSTALLATION OF TIME RESTRICTED PARKING - FORSYTH STREET BETWEEN BARDO LANE AND BLAKE STREET, WAGGA WAGGA                          18

QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE                                                                                         21


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

 

 

APOLOGIES

 

Confirmation of Minutes

 

CM-1              CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES - MEETING HELD 10 SEPTEMBER 2020       

 

Recommendation

That the Minutes of the proceedings of the Traffic Committee Meeting held on 10 September 2020 be confirmed as a true and accurate record, noting that the recommendations contained in the minutes of that meeting were endorsed by Council at its Ordinary Meeting on 9 November 2020.

 

 

Attachments

 

1.

Traffic Committee Minutes - 10 September 2020

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DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST


Report submitted to the Traffic Committee on Thursday 26 November 2020

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Reports

RP-1               ANNUAL BUTCH MENZ MEMORIAL CYCLING CLASSIC, THE ROCK-COLLUNGIE ROAD, COLINGULLIE

Author:                        Frank Goodyer         

 

 

Traffic Committee Recommendation

That Council or its authorised delegate approve the conduct of the Butch Menz Memorial Bicycle Race, starting and finishing at Collingullie on Sunday 6 December 2020.

 

Report

The Butch Menz Memorial Handicap Road Cycling event is an annual bicycle race that commences and finishes at Collingullie. The event is held on MR 543/The Rock – Collingullie Road. 

 

The starting point is about 500 metres south of the intersection with MR 59 – Lockhart Road and travels south on The Rock – Collingullie Road for 16 kilometres to Humphries lane and return. Riders complete two loops of the same course before finishing at the start point.

 

Comment

 

Supporting documents including risk assessment, traffic management/traffic control plans, insurance certificate of currency, COVID safety plan and Cycling NSW rules have been provided and comply with Special Event Management Guidelines.

 

Minimal impact is envisaged for the non-event community and organisers have made a separate application to Lockhart Shire to use the section of the road in the Lockhart LGA. 

 

The applicant has sought and gained NSW Police approval for the event.

 

Risk Management Issues for Council

The Wagga Cycling Club has undertaken and provided a comprehensive risk assessment with this application.

Wagga Wagga Cycling Club is very experienced in conducting road races and this is no adverse incident history associated with this event.

Internal / External Consultation

Consultation was undertaken with the organiser and New South Wales Police

 

Attachments

 

1.

Butch Menz Cycle Classic complete papers 2020 - Provided under separate cover

 

  


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RP-2               DA20/0476 - APPROVAL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 'NO STOPPING’ RESTRICTION AROUND CORNER OF EDWARD STREET & CULLEN ROAD, WAGGA WAGGA

Author:                        Frank Goodyer         

 

 

Traffic Committee Recommendation

That Council note the Traffic Committee’s approval for the imposition of an 80m length of NO STOPPING zone around the intersection of Cullen Road and Edward Street as a condition of consent for DA20/0476.

 

Report

Background

Council is in receipt of DA 20/0476, which is currently under assessment. The development site occupies 336 – 344 Edward Street (refer Figure 1 below). The proposed development is for a private psychiatric care facility comprising consulting rooms, inpatient/overnight stay beds, and day hospital/therapy programs.

 

Comment

During the assessment of the development application, Council’s Traffic Engineer and Transport NSW recommended that “No Stopping” restrictions be implemented at the locations detailed above to provide safe and free passage of vehicles along the frontage of Edward Street and around the intersection of Edward Street and Cullen Road.

 

It is proposed that the following conditions of consent be imposed relating to the No Stopping restriction:

 

Prior to the release of the Construction Certificate a plan shall be submitted to and approved by Director of Planning and Regulatory Services or delegate, that identifies the implementation of permanent “No Stopping” restriction as follows:

1.    On the eastern side of Cullen Rd. from its intersection with Dobney Ave./Edward St. to the driveway of the proposed development in Cullen Rd.

2.    Along the Edward St frontage of the subject property between the eastern end of the central median on Edward St to the intersection of Cullen Rd.

The No Stopping restriction shall be identified by R5-400 NO STOPPING signs installed at the above locations.

Prior to the issue of an Occupation Certificate, the “No Stopping” restriction shall be fully implemented in accordance with the approved plan.

 

To ensure the legality of the proposed condition, it should be supported by the Local Traffic Committee prior to the Development Application being determined, hence the purpose of this report.

 

 

The configuration of the proposed development is shown in the diagram. The proposed “No Stopping” zone is highlighted in red.

 

 

Cost

Implementing the “No Stopping” restriction will be wholly developer funded.

 

Risk Management Issues for Council

The intended purpose of this report is to safely manage a risk that has been identified as result of the development.

 

The risk involved in this matter without any treatment has been assessed as LIKELY/MODERATE which places it in the HIGH category.

Internal / External Consultation

Internal and External consultation was carried out during the assessment of the Development Application.

 

Attachments

 

1.

Edward St Medical Centre

 

2.

Edward Street Medical Centre proposed DA - Edward Street view west

 

3.

Fernleigh Road view east from Bourke Street

 

4.

Edward Street Medical Centre proposed DA - No Stopping zone

 

  


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RP-3               EXTENSION OF TIMED PARKING ZONES ADJACENT TO 10 BEST STREET CAFE, WAGGA WAGGA.

Author:                        Frank Goodyer         

 

 

Traffic Committee Recommendation

That Council extend the timed parking zones adjacent to the 10 Best Street café to four ½ HOUR parking bays and three 2 HOUR parking bays for the periods 8:30am - 6pm, Monday to Friday and 8:30am 12:30pm on Saturdays.

 

Report

Background

Number 10 Best Street is a well-established and popular coffee shop/café located on the western side of Best Street and north of the intersection of Edward Street. Parking signage at the front of the premises consists of a time restricted BUS ZONE followed by three ½ HOUR parking bays and two 2 HOUR parking bays.

 

Until September 2020, the BUS ZONE was time restricted 8AM – 9.30AM and 2.30PM – 4PM, which effectively provided an extra three available parking spaces for potential customers. In September 2020, Transport for New South Wales extended the time restrictions on the BUS ZONE effectively removing three available parking spaces between 9.30am and 2.30pm.

 

Comment

 

The business owner and operator contacted Council with concerns about the loss of parking spaces due to the revised BUS ZONE times. Traffic Officers met with the owner and discussed the impact the changes were having on his business. The customer requested reinstatement of lost parking spaces resulting from changes to the BUS ZONE, stating:

 

“…the allocated half hour restricted spaces are too few as I have people parking in Best St. & walking to their jobs which leaves my customers with no parking at all when more than five cars are parked out front... I need more restricted parking to stop workers parking in the vicinity all day that don’t frequent my shop & in doing so are severely restricting my trade.”

After reviewing the current signage in consultation with the customer and nearby residents, it was agreed that the current recommendation was an appropriate way to compensate for the loss of available parking caused by changes to BUS ZONE.

Risk Management Issues for Council

The risk involved in this matter without any treatment has been assessed as UNLIKELY/INSIGNIFICANT which places it in the LOW category.

Internal / External Consultation

Consultation was undertaken with the customer and nearby residents.

 

Attachments

 

1.

10 Best Street - Coffee House - PARKING EXTENSION

 

2.

10 Best Street - Coffee House - Best Street view north

 

  


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RP-4               APPROVAL FOR REVISED PARKING RESTRICTIONS ADJACENT TO 1 SIMMONS STREET, WAGGA WAGGA.

Author:                        Frank Goodyer         

 

 

Traffic Committee Recommendation

That Council note the Traffic Committee’s approval to remove the existing 36m long on-street loading zone adjacent to 1 Simmons Street and install:

· 12 metres of NO PARKING zone 2.30pm to 7.30pm Mon-Fri outside the entrance to the building on 1 Simmons Street

· two 12 metre lengths of unrestricted PARKING zone on either side of the proposed NO PARKING zone

 

Report

Background

1 Simmons Street is the former South West Region headquarters of the Roads and Maritime Services (now Transport for NSW). The land is subject to a development application DA20/0080 to redevelop the site for use by the Riverina Conservatorium of Music as a music education facility. 

The Chair of the Conservatorium wrote to Council requesting a pick-up and drop off zone be included at the front of the premises on Simmons Street from 3.00pm to 7.30pm, which corresponds with the majority of music lessons. The following information has been provided supporting the request:

•  The new complex will have 20 studios, in which students receive individual lessons from our staff. These lessons are normally 30 minutes long and change on the half hour. The implication here is that it can be anticipated that 20 students will leave, and 20 students

will enter the building each half hour.

 

•  Group lessons and ensembles also meet in our three rehearsal spaces, often for one-hour sessions (also meeting on the hour or half hour). There are 20+ group/ensemble sessions during the week, each with a minimum of 6-25 students. To this we add larger ensembles

(e.g. Student Concert Band, Riverina Concert Band, Riverina Youth Orchestra, Cantilena Singers) that have longer rehearsal times, but which can contain 30-50 students.

•  With the exception of piano, vocal, and percussion students, the remainder will bring their own instruments for lessons, which can complicate the drop-off and collection of our students.

Comment

A 36m long loading zone currently exists along the full Simmons Street frontage.  It is a condition of consent that a plan identifying a restricted drop-off zone for two vehicles between 2:30pm and 7:30pm with the remainder of the loading zone to be unrestricted parking be referred to the Local Traffic Committee for approval prior to works commencing on site.  A concept diagram of the new parking arrangement is attached.

This development represents a significant change of land use. The need for the loading zone ceased when the previous occupant moved its operations elsewhere.

There is a dedicated loading dock depicted in the plans for the new complex, which provides a safe and purpose-built facility for goods and equipment pickup and delivery without conflicting with vehicle movements on the street.

Risk Management Issues for Council

The risk involved in this matter without any treatment has been assessed as UNLIKELY, which places it in the LOW category.

Internal / External Consultation

Consultation was undertaken with the applicant in this matter, internal Council stakeholders and residents of the immediate local area.

 

Attachments

 

1.

Simmons Street parking Conservatorium Development diagram 2020

 

  


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RP-5               INSTALLATION OF TIME RESTRICTED PARKING - FORSYTH STREET BETWEEN BARDO LANE AND BLAKE STREET, WAGGA WAGGA

Author:                        Frank Goodyer         

 

 

Traffic Committee Recommendation

That Council install 1 HOUR time restricted parking on the 6 parking bays on the southern side of Forsyth Street between Bardo Lane and Blake Street for the periods 8:30am - 6pm, Monday to Friday and 8:30am 12:30pm on Saturdays. 

 

 

Report

Background

 

A request has been received from business owners in Forsyth Street for a length of one-hour timed parking to be implemented on the southern side of Forsyth Street, between Bardo Lane and Blake Street. Parking in this area is currently unrestricted and the business owners are concerned about lack of available customer parking.

 

Comment

The proposed location is adjacent to 20 – 26 Forsyth Street where a variety of commercial businesses operate, including a hairdresser, food takeaway, and grocery outlet.  Other businesses in the area will also benefit from a length of timed parking in this area by allowing turnover of parked vehicles.

 

The proposed length of timed parking zone is depicted in the diagram by a red line that will incorporate the existing six parking bays.

Risk Management Issues for Council

The risk involved in this matter without any treatment has been assessed as UNLIKELY which places it in the LOW category

Internal / External Consultation

Consultation was conducted with business owners in the affected location.

 

Attachments

 

1.

Forsyth Street - 1P timed parking between Bardo Lane and Blake Street

 

  


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Reports submitted to the Traffic Committee to be held on Thursday 26 November 2020.

QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE


Reports submitted to the Traffic Committee to be held on Thursday 26 November 2020.

Confirmation of Minutes

CM-1         CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES - MEETING HELD 9 JULY 2020

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor D Hayes and K Boulton

That the Minutes of the proceedings of the Traffic Committee Meeting held on 9 July 2020 be confirmed as a true and accurate record, noting that the recommendations contained in the minutes of that meeting were endorsed by Council at its Ordinary Meeting on 24 August 2020.

 

CARRIED

 

PRESENT

 

Councillor Dan Hayes

Katherine Boulton               Network Safety Officer South West TfNSW

Acting Sgt Matthew Shaw NSW Police

 

 

IN ATTENDANCE

 

Frank Goodyer                       Senior Traffic Officer WWCC

Tim Cahill                               Traffic Officer WWCC

Peter Ross                              Manager Technical & Strategy WWCC

Warren Faulkner                   Director Operations WWCC

Emma Reynolds                    Road Safety Officer WWCC

Shannon Coghlan                 Infrastructure Administration Coordinator WWCC

Greg Minehan                       Manager for Network and Safety Services (Southern), TfNSW

apologies

Sgt Steven Bloomfield       NSW Police

Mr Peter Braneley               Crouch Transport (Local Member’s Representative)

 

The meeting of the Traffic Committee commenced at 9.23am.

Acknowledgement Of Country

I would like to Acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this Land, on which this meeting takes place and to pay my respects to Elders past and present.

Declarations Of Interest

No declarations of interest received

 


 

Reports

RP-1          Flinders Street Park - NO PARKING revised

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor D Hayes and K Boulton

Traffic Committee recommends the installation of a length of NO PARKING zone, using standard R5-40 series signs, on the eastern kerb of Flinders Street, directly in front of the public park identified as number 45 Flinders Street. The zone is to extend 20 metres between the northern and southern boundary of the park. Signs to include the words 8AM-10AM / MON-FRI / WAGGA CITY COUNCIL VEHICLES EXCEPTED.

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

Acting Sgt Matthew Shaw joined the meeting at 9.26am

 

 

RP-2          Fitzmaurice Street half hour parking

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of K Boulton and Councillor D Hayes

Traffic Committee recommends permanently implementing four spaces of half hour timed parking on the eastern kerb of Fitzmaurice Street and immediately south of Crampton Street utilising R5-1-1 series signs with the additional words 8.30am-6.00pm MON-FRI/830-1230 SAT.

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

M Shaw

 

K  Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

Warren Faulkner joined the meeting at 9.30am

 

RP-3          Messenger Ave NO STOPPING

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor D Hayes and K Boulton

Traffic Committee recommends the installation of 150metres of NO STOPPING zone on the norther kerb of Messenger Avenue between Rose Place and Kellerman Crescent Estella utilising R5-400 series ‘NO STOPPING’ signs.

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

M Shaw

 

K  Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

 

 

RP-4          Craft Street NO PARKING

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of K Boulton and Councillor D Hayes

Traffic Committee recommends the installation of approximately fifty metres of NO PARKING zone utilising R5-40 series signs on the northern and southern kerb of Craft Street commencing from the mandatory ten-metre NO STOPPING zone at the intersection with Main Street. Signs to display the additional words 8-9.30AM / 2.30-4PM

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

M Shaw

 

K Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

 


 

 

RP-5          Moorong Street NO PARKING with exceptions

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor D Hayes and K Boulton

Traffic Committee recommends installation of a sixty metre length of NO PARKING zone utilising R5-40 series signs on the western kerb of Moorong Street between the boundaries of number 13 and number 7, with the restrictions of 10pm to 6am / VEHICLES UNDER 4.6T EXCEPTED

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

M Shaw

 

K Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

 

 


RP-6          WWHS Carpark exit

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor Boulton and A/Sergeant M Shaw

Traffic Committee recommends

a.   The installation of one R2-14 series LEFT TURN ONLY sign on the western kerb of Macleay Street and facing vehicles exiting the High School carpark via the northern driveway (exit)

b.   Removing one angled car parking space located adjacent to and south of the WWHS carpark exit in Macleay Street

c.   Moving the existing R5-1-1 PARKING and R5-40 NO PARKING signs to align with the three remaining angled parking spaces

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

M Shaw

 

K Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

 

 

RP-7          Busy Bean cafe parking

 

Voting members present unanimously declined the recommendations in RP-7

LOST

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

 

D Hayes

 

M Shaw

 

K  Boulton

UNANIMOUS DECLINE

 

 

 

RP-8          Blake Street - Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA)

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor D Hayes and K Boulton

Traffic Committee recommends the implementation of the proposed concept design for changes to traffic and parking facilities in Blake Street as per the Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA) with nominated amendments for Blake Street as specified:

a.   Proposed installation of compliant angle MPS spaces be relocated as end bays at the Morgan Street end, on the western kerb, pending community consultation

b.   Installation of traffic islands at both ends of Blake Street including construction of pedestrian refuges are to be compliant with Transport for New South Wales Technical Direction TDT 2011/01a including relevant signposting.

c.   Investigate provisions for turning vehicles at both ends of Blake Street

 

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

M Shaw

 

K Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT ON REVISED RECOMMENDATION

Acting Sgt Matthew Shaw vacated the chamber, the time being 10:55am.

 

 


 

 

RP-9          Estella Road Public School

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor D Hayes and  K Boulton

Traffic Committee recommends:

a.   the adoption of the attached revised concept plan for proposed roadworks within Estella Road adjacent to the Estella Road Public School as amended and dated 3 September 2020.

b.   consultation to take place with Busabout (the major school bus stakeholder) regarding bus movements associated with the proposal

c.   detailed design proposal to be submitted to Traffic Committee for recommendations regarding regulatory signage and line marking

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

K Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

 

 

 

 

QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE

 

 

QWN-1           Councillor D Hayes requested update on reviewing Bourke Street between Fernleigh and Red Hill Road

QWN-2           Councillor D Hayes requested progress update on the bus stop on Lake Albert Road

P Ross advised that the latter will be discussed at a scheduled Councillor Workshop on 21 September 2020

 


 

CONFIDENTIAL REPORTS

 

CONF-1    Combined Riders of Wagga Wagga 2020 Toy Run 05 December 2020

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor D Hayes and K Boulton

Traffic Committee recommends:

That Traffic Committee endorse the Combined Riders of Wagga Wagga 2020 TOY RUN provided event organisers meet conditions a. to f. (below).

That NSW Police and Wagga Wagga City Council endorse the conduct of the event, scheduled for Saturday 5 December 2020, subject to the following conditions:

a.      The event is conducted as per the times, location, conditions and circumstances that are indicated in the application documents

b.      A certified Traffic Control Plan for the event is to be prepared and implemented, monitored and decommissioned by an accredited person

c.       Organisers and event participants immediately obey all directions by Police

d.      Organisers and event participants obey all directions that may be given by Wagga Wagga City Council Officers

e.      Parade participants will be restricted to a speed of not greater than 15 km/h in Baylis Street

f.       Failure to comply with any of the above conditions will immediately void this approval

g.      The event organiser complies with Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order (No 4) 2020 and current amendments thereof.

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

K Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT


 

CONF-2    TC report - Light Horse Association event 31102020

 

Recommendation:

                        On the Motion of Councillor D Hayes and K Boulton

Traffic Committee recommends:

That Traffic Committee endorse an on-street event in the form of a ride by members of the Light Horse Association on 31 October 2020, subject to the following conditions:

 

a.   Failure to comply with any of the following conditions will immediately cancel approval for the event

b.   A certified traffic control plan is to be implemented and monitored by accredited traffic control personnel at Ivan Jack Drive

c.   The event is to start and finish in Dobbs Street with the Victory Memorial Gardens as the extent of the ride

d.   The event will follow the route from Dobbs Street, Freer Street, Beckwith Street, The Esplanade, Ivan Jack Drive, Morrow Street and return by reverse route

e.   All horses that are involved in this event will be under the direct control of a competent rider

f.    Riders must comply with Road Transport Legislation that applies to the movement of horse and riders on the road network

g.   Organisers and event participants are to obey all directions that are given by Police or by Council Officers

h.   The event organiser will produce a certificate of currency for public liability insurance to the value of at least $20 million that relates to this event and that mentions the City of Wagga Wagga and Transport for NSW as interested parties

i.    The event organiser complies with Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order (No 4) 2020 and current amendments thereof.

CARRIED

 

RECORD OF VOTING ON THE MOTION

For the Motion

Against the Motion

D Hayes

 

K Boulton

 

UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

 

Reversion to open COMMITTEE

 

The Traffic Committee rose at 11.32am.