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Yanchep - Lindsay Beach Boulevard and Bethanie Lifestyle Village Vehicle Access Safety Improvements, North Coast Ward

Community engagement has now closed. Comments were submitted from 03/02/2020 to 21/02/2020.

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The City, as part of our 2019/20 Minor Traffic Treatments Capital Works Program, is considering a proposal to install access safety improvements at the Bethanie Lifestyle Village vehicle access crossover which intersects Lindsay Beach Boulevard, Yanchep.

The proposed treatment is in response to safety concerns associated with poor sight lines for vehicles and pedestrians where the ‘Villalta Promenade’ crossover access to Bethanie Lifestyle Village intersects with the footpath on Lindsay Beach Boulevard.

Enclosed for comment is City of Wanneroo map and drawing, which shows the proposed treatment that incorporates the following: 

  • Relocation of the footpath away from the property boundary, closer to the edge of Lindsay Beach Boulevard to improve sight lines for pedestrians and vehicles.
  • Given ‘Villalta Promenade’ is an access to a private development and is therefore not a Gazetted Road, works will include reconstructing this access as a formalised crossover with the inclusion of a raised traffic calming device on approach to Lindsay Beach Boulevard on ‘Villalta Promenade’ from within the Bethanie Lifestyle Village. 
  • The pathway on Lindsay Beach Boulevard will continue through the crossover to give priority to pedestrians crossing the ‘Villalta Promenade’ access to Bethanie Lifestyle Village on Lindsay Beach Boulevard in accordance with the City’s Pathways Policy.

Feedback invited
Local residents will receive letters and a survey form to have a say on the proposed changes.  Others impacted are invited to provide feedback to the City's Traffic Services Team. 

The community consultation period closes on Friday, 21 February 2020.

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