Transport for NSW is proposing to install traffic signals at the Princes Highway and South Street intersection to improve pedestrian safety and improve traffic flow in Ulladulla.
The installation of traffic signals at the intersection of the Princes Highway and South Street, Ulladulla would improve efficiency and reliability of the highway during peak periods, deliver safer journeys for all transport customers and improve connectivity to local shops and services.
The proposal includes:
- Installing traffic signals and associated structures at the Princes Highway and South Street intersection
- Installing pedestrian ramps near the Princes Highway and Wason Street intersection
- Converting some of the 45-degree parking spots on the Princes Highway to permanent parallel parking spots, resulting in 24 reduced spots in the area. This change is required for the traffic signals to be installed.
Transport for NSW has identified traffic signals as the most effective option to upgrade the intersection to deliver a safer outcome for transport users and pedestrians for the community.
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