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Queens Park Pedestrian and Cycleway Project News

Finalised Design Queens Park Cycleway

Finalised Design Queens Park Cycleway

Works Began on Monday 30 August

Works on a new pedestrian and cycle pathway at Queens Park began on Monday. The pathway will run along the edge of Darley Road, connecting York Road to Carrington Road and completing a ‘missing link’ in the regional transport network.

Importantly, the pathway will also significantly improve safety for children, pedestrians, cyclists and motorists along Darley Road and access to Queens Park Sporting Fields.

Will This Impact Existing Sports Fields?

No. The works will take place until the end of this year, weather permitting, but this project presents no impact to existing sports fields. Sports fields will be open throughout construction (with the exception of Centennial Parklands’ annual renovation program between 30 August 2021 and 16 October 2021.)

Will These Works Impact Parking?

Sometimes. Works will be carried out in a staged approach, starting near York Road and progressing towards Carrington Road. There will be parking impacts at times, but always alternate pedestrian access in place and clearly signposted.

How Can I Find Out More About the Project?

>>> Click here to keep up to date with progress of the works via the dedicated project page.

Who Can I Contact if I Have Any Concerns or Questions?

Please address concerns and questions to: info@cp.nsw.gov.au and type QP Cycleway in the subject line of your email.

Finalised Design Queens Park Cycleway

Finalised Design Queens Park Cycleway