Esplanade Traffic Calming

Pamela Street

Traffic calming for the Esplanade - Port Noarlunga and Christies Beach

We are currently reviewing the existing traffic calming schemes along the Esplanade - Saltfleet Street, Port Noarlunga to Beach Road, Christies Beach, and Sydney Crescent in Christies Beach.

Both locations incorporate a series of speed cushions which were installed in 2006 to improve safety for residents, pedestrians and motorists by calming traffic and reducing vehicle speeds.

These speed cushions are now deteriorating and nearing the end of their useful asset life, with many of them impacting on the road surface and pavement below. Further to this, observations have highlighted that these devices are becoming less effective in reducing speed and calming traffic.

As such, we have coordinated a detailed traffic study and developed concept designs aimed at replacing the existing traffic arrangements in order to better manage traffic, reduce vehicle speed and allow for improvements to pedestrian safety.

View the concept designs

The designs for each location can be viewed in the concept plan in our document library (right hand side of this page).

Have your Say

We're keen to hear feedback from the community before we progress the plans. We'll be holding a drop in session in November and feedback can also be provided here online.

Drop in session: 4-7pm Thursday 21 November at the Port Noarlunga RSL Club (Esplanade, Port Noarlunga)

Online feedback: To provide online feedback please click on the Feedback tab below.

Consultation closes Monday 2 December 2019.

Traffic calming for the Esplanade - Port Noarlunga and Christies Beach

We are currently reviewing the existing traffic calming schemes along the Esplanade - Saltfleet Street, Port Noarlunga to Beach Road, Christies Beach, and Sydney Crescent in Christies Beach.

Both locations incorporate a series of speed cushions which were installed in 2006 to improve safety for residents, pedestrians and motorists by calming traffic and reducing vehicle speeds.

These speed cushions are now deteriorating and nearing the end of their useful asset life, with many of them impacting on the road surface and pavement below. Further to this, observations have highlighted that these devices are becoming less effective in reducing speed and calming traffic.

As such, we have coordinated a detailed traffic study and developed concept designs aimed at replacing the existing traffic arrangements in order to better manage traffic, reduce vehicle speed and allow for improvements to pedestrian safety.

View the concept designs

The designs for each location can be viewed in the concept plan in our document library (right hand side of this page).

Have your Say

We're keen to hear feedback from the community before we progress the plans. We'll be holding a drop in session in November and feedback can also be provided here online.

Drop in session: 4-7pm Thursday 21 November at the Port Noarlunga RSL Club (Esplanade, Port Noarlunga)

Online feedback: To provide online feedback please click on the Feedback tab below.

Consultation closes Monday 2 December 2019.