WAVERLEY TRAFFIC COMMITTEE MEETING

WAVERLEY TRAFFIC COMMITTEE MEETING

WAVERLEY TRAFFIC COMMITTEE MEETING

WAVERLEY TRAFFIC COMMITTEE MEETING A meeting of the WAVERLEY TRAFFIC COMMITTEE will be held at Waverley Council Chambers Cnr Paul Street and Bondi Road, Bondi Junction at: 10.00 AM, THURSDAY 26 JULY 2018 Emily Scott Director, Waverley Renewal Waverley Council PO Box 9 Bondi Junction NSW 1355 DX 12006 Bondi Junction Tel. 9083 8000 E-mail: info@waverley.nsw.gov.au

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 Page 1 AGENDA Apologies Declarations of Interests Adoption of Previous Minutes by Council - 28 June 2018 . 7 The recommendations contained in Part 1 – Matters Proposing that Council Exercise its Delegated Functions – of the Minutes of the Waverley Traffic Committee meeting held on 28 June 2018 were adopted by Council at its meeting on 17 July 2018 with the following change: 1. TC/CV.01/18.06 – Implementation of 15 Minute ‘Drop in’ Zones. Council adopted the recommendation of the Traffic Committee with amendments. Council’s decision will be reported to the Committee at the meeting. PART 1 – MATTERS PROPOSING THAT COUNCIL EXERCISE ITS DELEGATED FUNCTIONS NOTE: The matters listed under this part of the agenda propose that Council either does or does not exercise the traffic related functions delegated to it by the RMS. The recommendations made by the Committee under this part of the agenda will be submitted to Council for adoption. TC/C STATE ELECTORATE OF COOGEE TC/C.01/18.07 York Road, Queens Park - Installation of New and Extended Median Island (DA-163/2017 . 21 COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council approves the installation of a new and extended median island with associated line marking and signage on York Road, Queens Park in accordance with the plans prepared by Jones Nicholson Consulting Engineers attached to this report.

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 Page 2 TC/C.02/18.07 Park Parade, Bondi - Construction Zone (A03/2514-04 . 28 COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That: 1. Council installs a 13 m long ‘No Parking 7 am–5 pm Monday–Friday; 8 am–3 pm Saturday Authorised Council Vehicles Excepted’ zone outside 15 Park Parade, Bondi. 2. There be no blockage to through traffic on Park Parade other than for short periods of time when manoeuvring vehicles into and out of the zone. 3. Council delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, to extend the length and duration of, or remove, the construction zone, as necessary.

TC/C.03/18.07 Multiple Streets – ‘P Disability Only’ Zone (A02/0273-02 . 31 COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Installs a 6 m long ‘P Disability Only’ zone outside 2 Wilga Street, Bondi. 2. Removes the existing ‘P Disability Only’ zone outside 31 Tasman Street, Bondi. TC/V STATE ELECTORATE OF VAUCLUSE TC/V.01/18.07 Bon Accord Avenue, Bondi Junction - Temporary Road Closure (Bon Accord Lane to Flood Lane) (A02/0216 . 34 COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Treats Attachment 4 of this report as confidential as it contains information that would, if disclosed, prejudice the maintenance of law.

2. Approves the temporary closure of Bon Accord Avenue, Bondi Junction, as per the Transport Management Plan (TMP) and Traffic Control Plan (TCP) attached to the report subject to the following being carried out: (a) Closures are to take place only during the following days and times: (i) Monday, 10 September 2018 - 8.15 am–2.00 pm. (ii) Tuesday, 11 September 2018 – 8.15 am–2.00 pm. (iii) Tuesday, 18 September 2018 - 4.45 pm–9.30 pm.

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 Page 3 (iv) Wednesday 19 September 2018 - 8.30 am–7.15 pm. (b) The Event Organiser shall: (i) Engage an approved Traffic Control company by the Executive Manager of Creating Waverley to implement the TMP. (ii) Provide Public Liability Insurance for the event. (iii) Obtain NSW Police approval. (iv) Cover all costs associated with traffic control. (c) Council shall: (i) Issue a Schedule of Conditions with any additional conditions that may be placed by the NSW Police, Roads and Maritimes Services and the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley.

(ii) Submit the TMP to RMS for approval of the TMC. (iii) Notify the NSW Ambulance Service and NSW Fire & Rescue (Bondi, Woollahra and Randwick Fire Stations) seven days prior to the event. (iv) Notify local residents and businesses seven days prior to the event. (v) Require the use of RMS-accredited traffic controllers. (d) The Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, and his representative(s) are delegated authority to: (i) Inspect the TMP. (ii) Audit the implementation of the TMP. (iii) Cancel this approval, without notice or refund. TC/V.02/18.07 Penkivil Street, Bondi - Construction Zone (A03/2514-04 . 46 COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That: 1. Council installs a 17 m long ‘No Parking 7 am–5 pm Monday–Friday; 8 am–3 pm Saturday Authorised Council Vehicles Excepted’ zone across the frontage of 67–69 Penkivil Street, Bondi. 2. There be no blockage to through traffic on Penkivil Street other than for short periods of time when manoeuvring vehicles into and out of the zone.

3. Council delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, to extend the length and duration of, or remove the construction zone, as necessary and install a zone with similar times, if necessary, opposite the site.

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 Page 4 TC/V.03/18.07 Festival of the Winds - Bondi Beach and Park - Special Event (A02/0216 . 49 COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council approves the Transport Management Plan for the ‘Festival of the Winds’ event attached to this report subject to the event organisers: 1. Obtaining NSW Police Force approval. 2. Submitting the Transport Management Plan to the Roads and Maritime Services for the approval of the Traffic Management Centre. 3. Notifying the State Transit Authority, NSW Ambulance Service and NSW Fire & Rescue (Bondi, Woollahra and Randwick Fire Stations) not less than seven days prior to the event. 4. Notifying local residents and businesses not less than seven days prior to the event. 5. Only using RMS-accredited traffic controllers.

6. Considering all other impacts on the surrounding environment and issue a Schedule of Conditions with additional conditions to be placed by the NSW Police Force and RMS. TC/V.04/18.07 Onslow Street, Rose Bay - ‘No Parking’ zones (A02/0637-02 . 61 COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Installs ‘No Parking’ zones on the southern side of Onslow Street, Rose Bay as follows: (a) 17.5 m across the driveways of 5 to 9 Onslow Street. (b) 12.5 m across the driveway of 13 Onslow Street. (c) 9.5 m across the driveways of 29 to 31 Onslow Street. (d) 10 m across the driveways of 55 to 57 Onslow Street. (e) 13 m across the driveways of 69 to 73 Onslow Street. 2. Extends the existing ‘No Parking’ zone at the driveway to 471 Old South Head Road by 8.5 m to the west.

3. Notifies all residents of Onslow Street of the proposed ‘No Parking’ zones prior the installation.

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 Page 5 TC/V.05/18.07 Hall Street, Bondi Beach - Temporary Road Closure for Crane Lift (A02/0216)... 66 COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Approves the temporary closure of Hall Street between Jaques Avenue and Campbell Parade between 10pm and 6am on Monday 13 August, 2018 in accordance with the Traffic Control Plan (TCP) dated 2 May 2018 prepared by Construction Solutions attached to the report, subject to the applicant: (a) Amending the Traffic Control Plan to include a proposal for the safe movement of pedestrians around the work area and submitting it to Councils Executive Manager, Creating Waverley for approval.

(b) Obtaining approval from NSW Police. (c) Obtaining a Road Occupancy Licence from the Transport Management Centre. (d) Notifying affected businesses, residents and emergency services of the closure in writing not less than seven days prior to implementation of the road closure. 2. Delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley to approve any alternate closure date of Hall Street should it be required. TC/CV ELECTORATES OF COOGEE AND VAUCLUSE Nil.

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 Page 6 PART 2 – TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ADVICE NOTE: The matters listed under this part of the agenda seek the advice of the WTC only and do not propose that Council exercise its delegated functions at this point in time (though they may or may not require it in the future). TC/TEAC STATE ELECTORATE OF COOGEE Nil. TC/TEAV STATE ELECTORATE OF VAUCLUSE Nil. TC/TEACV ELECTORATES OF COOGEE AND VAUCLUSE Nil.

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Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 7 MINUTES OF THE WAVERLEY TRAFFIC COMMITTEE MEETING HELD AT WAVERLEY COUNCIL CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE MEETING ROOM, 55 SPRING STREET, BONDI JUNCTION ON THURSDAY, 28 JUNE 2018 Voting Members Present: Cr J Wakefield Waverley Council (Chair) Sgt L Barrett NSW Police – Eastern Suburbs Police Area Command – Traffic Services Mr B Borger Roads and Maritime Services – Traffic Management (South East Precinct) Mr B Morrow Representing Bruce Notley-Smith, MP, Member for Coogee Ms J Zin Representing Gabrielle Upton, MP, Member for Vaucluse Also Present: Cr T Kay Waverley Council (Alternate Chair) Mr B Gidies Sydney Buses (Eastern Region) Mr J Forsyth Sydney Buses (Eastern Region) Mr D Joannides Waverley Council – Executive Manager, Creating Waverley Mr G Garnsey Waverley Council – Manager, Transport and Development Mr C Handsaker Waverley Council – Manager, Customer Parking Mr K Mowad Waverley Council – Senior Traffic Engineer Ms Y Poon Waverley Council – Project Manager, Strategic Transport Mr S Samadian Waverley Council – Traffic Engineer At the commencement of proceedings at 10.04 am, those present were as listed above. Apologies There were no apologies. Declarations of Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Interests The Chair called for declarations of interest and none were received.

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Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 8 Adoption of Previous Minutes by Council - 24 May 2018 The recommendations contained in Part 1 – Matters Proposing that Council Execise its Delegated Functions – of the Minutes of the Waverley Traffic Committee meeting held on 24 May 2018 were adopted by Council at its meeting on 19 June 2018 with the following change: 1. TC/L.01/18.05 – Proposed Changes to Parking Restrictions in Bondi Junction. Council adopted the recommendation of the Traffic Committee, subject to the proposed changes to meter operating times shown in the table in the report being amended to correct identified administrative errors as follows: 1. Allens Parade – Proposed Time Restrictions changed to No change, residential. 2. Leswell Street east side (between Oxford Street and Hegarty Lane) – Current Time Restrictions changed to 1/2P ticket 8 am–12 pm 2P ticket 12 pm–7 pm.

3. Leswell Street east side (between Oxford Street and Hegarty Lane) – Proposed Time Restrictions changed to 1/2P ticket 8 am–12 pm 2P ticket 12 pm–6 pm. 4. Leswell Street east side (between Camp Lane and Grafton Street) – Current Time Restrictions changed to 1/2P ticket 8 am–12 pm 2P ticket 12 pm–7 pm. 5. Leswell Street east side (between Hegarty Lane and Grafton Street) – Current Time Restrictions changed to 1/2P ticket 8 am–12 pm 2P ticket 12 pm–7 pm.

6. Oxford Street (between Newland Street and Denison Street) – Duplicate entry removed. 7. Porter Avenue changed to Porter Street. 8. Porter Street (between Bronte Road and Adams Lane) – Duplicate entry removed. 9. Ruthven Street (between Oxford Street and Gowrie Lane) – Current Time Restrictions changed to 1/2P ticket 8 am–12 pm 2P ticket 12 pm–7 pm. 10. Ruthven Street (between Oxford Street and Gowrie Lane) – Proposed Time Restrictions changed to 1/2P ticket 8 am–12 pm 2P ticket 12 pm–6 pm. 11. Vernon Street (between Oxford Street and Rowe Lane) – Current Time Restrictions changed to 1/2P ticket 8 am–12 pm 2P ticket 12 pm–7 pm.

12. Vernon Street (between Oxford Street and Rowe Lane) – Proposed Time Restrictions changed to 1/2P ticket 8 am–12 pm 2P ticket 12 pm–6 pm.

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Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 9 PART 1 – MATTERS PROPOSING THAT COUNCIL EXERCISE ITS DELEGATED FUNCTIONS NOTE: The matters listed under this part of the agenda propose that Council either does or does not exercise the traffic related functions delegated to it by the RMS. The recommendations made by the Committee under this part of the agenda will be submitted to Council for adoption. TC/C STATE ELECTORATE OF COOGEE TC/C.01/18.06 Arden Street, Bronte - Installation of a School Days Loading Zone (A02/0637-02) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council installs 8 m of ‘Loading Zone 8 am–4 pm School Days’ on the eastern side of Arden Street, Bronte, immediately south of the existing ‘No Stopping’ zone at the midblock, signalised pedestrian crossing outside Clovelly Public School.

WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/C.02/18.06 Ruthven Lane, Bondi Junction - ‘No Parking’ Zone (A02/0637-02) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Installs a 9.5 m long ‘No Parking’ zone in Ruthven Lane opposite the garages serving 17 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction, as shown in Figure 5 of this report.

2. Replaces the existing ‘No Parking’ zone on the inside of the bend in Ruthven Lane, rear of 1 Ruthven Street, with ‘No Stopping’. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair).

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 10 TC/C.03/18.06 Arden Street, Bronte - Part Time 'No Right Turn' into Chesterfield Parade (SF18/199) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council Installs ‘No Right Turn, Mon–Fri 8.00 am–9.30 am and 2.30–4.00 pm’ in Arden Street, Bronte, at Chesterfield Parade. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/C.04/18.06 Denison Street, Bondi Junction - Temporary Road Closure for Crane Lift (A02/0216) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That: 1. Council approves the temporary closure of Denison Street, Bondi Junction, between Oxford Street and Spring Street from 9 am to 6 pm on Sunday, 22 July 2018 in accordance with the Traffic Control Plans 17037 and 17-037-01 prepared by Moits Traffic Services attached to this report. 2. The ‘VMS’ sign shown on Traffic Control Plan 17-037 attached to this report at Newland Street south of Ebley Street be relocated to Denison Street south of Ebley Street.

3. Council delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, to approve any backup dates and times for Denison Street to be closed, if required. 4. Businesses and residents affected by the closures and emergency services be notified of the closure in writing by the applicant not less than seven days prior to implementation of the road closure. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted subject to being amended to read as follows: ‘That: 1. Council approves the temporary closure of Denison Street, Bondi Junction, between Oxford Street and Spring Street from 7 am to 6 pm on Sunday, 22 July 2018 in accordance with the Traffic Control Plans 17037 and 17-037-01 prepared by Moits Traffic Services attached to this report, subject to: (a) An additional VMS sign in Ebley Street, east of Denison Street, facing westbound traffic. (b) A Road Occupancy Licence being obtained and submitted to Council. (c) More detailed ingress and egress access routes being provided, including swept paths, to the satisfaction of the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, and NSW Police.

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 11 2. The VMS sign shown on Traffic Control Plan 17-037 attached to this report at Newland Street south of Ebley Street be relocated to Denison Street south of Ebley Street. 3. Council delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, and NSW Police to approve any backup dates and times for Denison Street to be closed, if required. 4. Businesses and residents affected by the closures and emergency services be notified of the closure in writing by the applicant not less than seven days prior to implementation of the road closure. 5. A Council compliance officer be present for the duration of the works at the applicant’s expense, and that this be communicated to the applicant.’ Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). J Horne and W Clayton-Thomas (on behalf of Moits) addressed the meeting. TC/C.05/18.06 Stephen Street and Ocean Street, Bondi - Installation of ‘No Stopping’ Zones (A02/0637-02) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council installs ‘No Stopping’ zones at the intersection of Stephen Street and Ocean Street, Bondi, in the following locations: 1. 10 m on the southern side of Stephen Street, west of Ocean Street. 2. 10 m on the western side of Ocean Street, north of Stephen Street. 3. 10 m on the western side of Ocean Street, south of Stephen Street WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/C.06/18.06 Hegarty Lane, Leswell Street and Vernon Street, Bondi Junction - Construction Zone and Temporary Parking Restrictions (A03/2514-04) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That: 1. Council installs a 40 m long ‘No Stopping’ zone on the northern side of Hegarty Lane at the rear of 292–302 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction, for a period of 13 weeks as shown in Figure 3 of this report. 2. Council temporarily relocates the existing 11 m long Loading Zone located on the northern side of Hegarty Lane to a new location commencing 30 m from the intersection of Leswell Street and

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 12 terminating 41 m from the intersection of Leswell Street. 3. Council installs No Stopping signs on the outside of the proposed type A hoarding to be established on the southern side of Hegarty Lane at the rear of 292–302 Oxford Street. 4. Council approves: (a) The installation of 23 m of ‘No Parking 7 am–5 pm Monday–Friday 8 am–3pm Saturday’ on a temporary basis on the western side of Leswell Street, south of Grafton Street.

(b) The installation of 22 m of ‘No Parking 7 am–5 pm Monday–Friday 8 am–3 pm Saturday’ on a temporary basis on the eastern side of Vernon Street, south of Oxford, subject to: (i) A notification letter being sent out by the applicant to the residents of Leswell Street, Vernon Street, Hegarty Lane and Grafton Street, west of Newland Street, Bondi Junction, to inform them of the proposed changes to parking conditions. (ii) The temporary changes to parking restrictions in Leswell Street and Vernon Street being removed and the original restrictions being reinstated as soon as possible following the completion of the excavation works at 292–302 Oxford Street. 5. Council delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, to: (a) Extend the duration and length of the construction zone and other zones above as necessary. (b) Audit and cancel this approval, without notice or refund.

6. There be no blockage of access to or from the adjacent, private off-street car parks and to through traffic on Hegarty Lane, Leswell Street and Vernon Street other than for short periods of time when manoeuvring vehicles into and out of the building site. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/C.07/18.06 Llandaff Street, Bondi Junction - Construction Zone (A03/2514-04) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That: 1. Council installs a 19 m long ‘No Parking 7 am–5 pm Monday–Friday; 8 am–3 pm Saturday Authorised Council Vehicles Excepted’ zone across the frontage of 20–22 Llandaff Street, Bondi Junction. 2. There be no blockage to through traffic on Llandaff Street other than for short periods of time when manoeuvring vehicles into and out of the zone.

3. Council delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, to extend the length and duration of, or remove the construction zone, as necessary and install a zone with similar times, if

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 13 necessary, opposite the site. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/C.08/18.06 Alfred Street, Bronte - Resident Parking Scheme (A03/2581) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That, based on the low response rate from the resident parking survey: 1. Council does not introduce a resident parking scheme in Alfred Street, Bronte. 2. Council officers notify the chief petitioner accordingly. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/C.09/18.06 Langlee Avenue and Seaview Street, Waverley - Resident Parking Scheme (A03/2581) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That, having regard to the lack of support from residents: 1. Council does not introduce a resident parking scheme in Langlee Avenue and Seaview Street, Waverley.

2. Council officers notify the chief petitioner accordingly. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That: 1. The Council Officer’s Proposal not be adopted. 2. Council defers this item until the request for resident parking in Henrietta Street, Waverley, is assessed. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair).

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 14 TC/V STATE ELECTORATE OF VAUCLUSE TC/V.01/18.06 City2Surf 2018 - Special Event with Temporary Road Closures (A02/0216) This item also concerns the State Electorate of Coogee. COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: 1. Treats the attachments to this report as confidential as they contain information that would, if disclosed, prejudice the maintenance of law. 2. Approves the City2Surf 2018 event and associated road closures to be held on Sunday, 12 August 2018, in accordance with the submitted Transport Management Plan attached to this report, subject to the organisers: (a) Providing public liability insurance for the event. (b) Obtaining NSW Police Force approval. (c) Providing Event Management and Delivery Plans for the approval of Council’s Outdoor and Flagship Event team.

(d) Notifying the State Transit Authority, NSW Ambulance Service and NSW Fire and Rescue (Bondi, Woollahra and Randwick Fire Stations). (e) Notifying local residents and businesses. (f) Using RMS-accredited traffic controllers only. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, Representative of the Member for Vaucluse, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair).

TC/V.02/18.06 Blake Street, Dover Heights - Replace ‘Give Way’ with ‘Stop’ Control at Victory Street and Portland Street (A03/0042-04) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Replaces the existing ‘Give Way’ sign in Blake Street at its intersection with Victory Street with a ‘Stop’ sign. 2. Renews the existing ‘BB’ lines and replaces the ‘Give Way’ lines with ‘Stop’ lines and ‘Continuity’ lines in Blake Street on the eastbound approach to Victory Street.

3. Installs a new ‘T-Intersection’ curved approach warning sign in Blake Street west of Victory Street.

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 15 4. Replaces the existing ‘Give Way’ signs in Portland Street on both approaches to its intersection with Blake Street. 5. Replaces the ‘Give Way’ lines with ‘Stop’ lines and ‘Continuity’ lines in Portland street on both approaches to its intersection with Blake Street. 6. Installs 10 m of ‘BB’ lines in Portland Street on both approaches to its intersection with Blake Street. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted subject to clause 6 being amended to read as follows: ‘Installs statutory 10 m “No Stopping” line marking at all subject intersections.’ Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Vaucluse, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/V.03/18.06 Glenayr Avenue and O’Brien Street, Bondi Beach - Bus Zone Extensions and Alterations to Existing Parking Restrictions (A02/0225-02) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council approves the following changes to ‘Bus Zones’ and parking restrictions: 1. Glenayr Avenue, between Warners Avenue and Glasgow Avenue: install 12 of ‘Bus Zone 7 am–8.45 am Mon–Fri’ on the eastern side of Glenayr Avenue directly south of the existing ‘Bus Zone’ and make changes to restrictions, as shown in Figure 2 of this report.

2. Glenayr Avenue, between Roscoe Street and O’Brien Street: increase the length of the ‘No Stopping’ zone on the eastern side of Glenayr Avenue at the Hall Street pedestrian crossing to 20 m, and adjust the loading zone and metered parking to the north, as shown in Figure 6 of this report. 3. O’Brien Street, east of Lamrock Avenue: install 7.1 m of ‘Bus Zone 7 am–8.45 am Mon–Fri’ on the southern side of the road directly east of the existing ‘Bus Zone’ and make changes to existing parking restrictions as shown in Figure 11 of this report.

WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Vaucluse, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair).

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 16 TC/V.04/18.06 Rudolph Lane, Bondi Beach - Installation of ‘No Parking’ Zone (A02/0637-02) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council extends the existing ‘No Parking’ zone in Rudolph Lane, north side, at the rear of 81–83 O’Brien Street, Bondi Beach, by 5 m to the west terminating at the existing ‘No Stopping’ zone at Simpson Street upon the completion of DA-86/2018. WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted subject to being amended to read as follows: ‘That Council extends the existing “No Parking” zone in Rudolph Lane, north side, at the rear of 81–83 O’Brien Street, Bondi Beach, by 5 m to the west terminating at the existing “No Stopping” zone at Simpson Street upon the issuing of the occupation certificate for DA-86/2018.’ Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Vaucluse, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/V.05/18.06 Barracluff Avenue, Bondi Beach - Removal of 'No Parking' Across Driveways (A02/0637-02) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council removes the existing 10 m ‘No Parking’ zone on Barracluff Avenue across the driveways of 1 Rickard Avenue and 115 Francis Street, Bondi Beach.

WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Vaucluse, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair). TC/CV ELECTORATES OF COOGEE AND VAUCLUSE TC/CV.01/18.06 Implementation of 15 Minute ‘Drop in’ Zones (SF17/2767) COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Introduces 15 minute free ‘drop in’ zones at the following locations: (a) Bondi Junction (10 spaces) (i) Spring Street, Bondi Junction Southern side of Spring Street adjacent to 3A Bronte Road extending 16.5 m west of

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 17 current ticket closing sign extending across the disused driveway between 3A Bronte Road and 99 Spring Street (3 spaces). Southern side of Spring Street outside 35 Spring Street extending 11 m west from the current Loading Zone towards the adjacent driveway (2 spaces). (ii) Bronte Road, Bondi Junction 11 m on the eastern side of Bronte Road outside 28–32 Bronte Road. Move No stopping sign 10 m north and remove meter WBRO02 (2 spaces).

(iii) Hollywood Avenue, Bondi Junction Western Side of Hollywood Avenue adjacent to 241 Oxford Street extending 16.5 m south from the current Mail Zone (3 spaces). (b) Charing Cross (5 spaces) (i) Bronte Road, Charing Cross Eastern side of Bronte Road outside 280 and 282 Bronte Road extending 11 m north of existing Motorbike Parking (2 spaces). Western side of Bronte Road south outside 245 Bronte Road extending 16.5 m south from the adjacent driveway (3 spaces). (c) Bondi Beach (10 spaces) (i) Curlewis Street, Bondi Beach Southern side of Curlewis Street outside 155 Curlewis Street extending 11 m west from the current No Stopping (2 spaces).

(ii) Hall Street, Bondi Beach Northern side of Hall Street outside 51–53 Hall Street between existing driveways (3 spaces). Southern side of Hall Street outside 80 Hall Street extending 11 m east of current No Stopping (2 spaces). (iii) Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach Western side of Campbell Parade outside 140–144 extending 16.5 m south of the current ticket parking closing sign (3 spaces). 2. Converts the free ‘P 10 minute’ parking spaces on Hall Street and Jaques Avenue, Bondi Beach into 15 minute free ‘drop in’ spaces.

WTC RECOMMENDATION (UNANIMOUS SUPPORT): That the Council Officer’s Proposal be adopted subject to being amended to read as follows:

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 18 ‘That: 1. Council introduces free “P 15 minute” parking zones at the following locations: (a) Bondi Junction (8 spaces) (i) Spring Street, Bondi Junction Southern side of Spring Street adjacent to 3A Bronte Road extending 11 m west of the existing “No Parking” (2 spaces). Southern side of Spring Street outside 35 Spring Street extending 11 m west from the current Loading Zone towards the adjacent driveway (2 spaces). (ii) Bronte Road, Bondi Junction 6 m on the eastern side of Bronte Road outside 28–32 Bronte Road. Remove meter WBRO02 (1 space).

(iii) Hollywood Avenue, Bondi Junction Western side of Hollywood Avenue adjacent to 241 Oxford Street extending 16.5 m south from the current Mail Zone (3 spaces). (b) Charing Cross (4 spaces) (i) Bronte Road, Charing Cross Eastern side of Bronte Road outside 280 and 282 Bronte Road extending 11 m north of existing Motorbike Parking (2 spaces). Western side of Bronte Road south outside 245 Bronte Road extending 11.5 m south from the adjacent driveway (2 spaces). (c) Bondi Beach (9 spaces) (i) Curlewis Street, Bondi Beach Northern side of Curlewis Street extending 11 m west from the current “No Stopping” (2 spaces).

(ii) Hall Street, Bondi Beach Northern side of Hall Street outside 51–53 Hall Street between existing driveways (3 spaces). Southern side of Hall Street outside 80 Hall Street extending 11 m east of current “No Stopping” (2 spaces). (iii) Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach Western side of Campbell Parade outside 140–144 extending 11.5 m south of the current spaces (2 spaces).

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 19 2. Council converts the free “P 10 minute” parking spaces on Hall Street and Jaques Avenue, Bondi Beach, into free “P 15 minute” parking zones. 3. A report come back to the Traffic Committee allocating: (a) Two additional spaces in Bondi Junction. (b) One additional space in Charing Cross. Suggested locations include outside Vinnies and the western side of the pedestrian crossing on Bronte Road at the intersection of Albion Street. (c) One additional space on Campbell Parade, south of Hall Street. Voting members present for this item: Representative of the Member for Coogee, Representative of the Member for Vaucluse, NSW Police representative, RMS representative and Waverley Council representative (Chair).

Minutes of Waverley Traffic Committee Meeting 28 June 2018 Page 20 PART 2 – TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ADVICE NOTE: The matters listed under this part of the agenda seek the advice of the WTC only and do not propose that Council exercise its delegated functions at this point in time (though they may or may not require it in the future). TC/TEAC STATE ELECTORATE OF COOGEE Nil. TC/TEAV STATE ELECTORATE OF VAUCLUSE Nil. TC/TEACV ELECTORATES OF COOGEE AND VAUCLUSE Nil. THE MEETING CLOSED AT 11.30 AM. . . SIGNED AND CONFIRMED MAYOR 17 JULY 2018

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.01/18.07 Page 21 REPORT TC/C.01/18.07 Subject: York Road, Queens Park - Installation of New and Extended Median Island TRIM No: DA-163/2017 Author: Behzad Saleh, Professional Engineer Director: Emily Scott, Director, Waverley Renewal COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council approve the installation of a new and extended median island with associated line marking and signage on York Road, Queens Park in accordance with the plans prepared by Jones Nicholson Consulting Engineers attached to this report.

1. Executive Summary Council has received plans from engineering consultants, Jones Nicholson, on behalf of the Moriah College for a new and extended median island on York Road, Queens Park west of Baronga Avenue. The plans are submitted in response to conditions of consent placed on the development for a new early learning centre at Moriah College. Council will need to exercise its delegated functions to implement the proposal. 2. Introduction/Background The development at Moriah College involves the fitout of the existing buildings for use as an early learning centre and also makes provision for an off street car parking area. The hours for operation will be between 8am to 5:30pm Monday to Thursday and 7am to 4pm on Fridays.

In accordance with the approved development conditions, the existing median island in York Road west of Baronga Avenue is to be replaced with a new and extended median island. The primary aim of the extension is to restrict left in/ left out vehicular movements to and from the car parking facility accessed via Gate 4.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.01/18.07 Page 22 Figure 1: Location of the proposed works 3. Technical Analysis Development Consent 163/2017 was approved on 22 November, 2017 for a long day care centre at Moriah College subject to conditions including conditions 38 and 39 as follows: D. Compliance Prior to Occupation or During Occupation 38. MEDIAN ISLAND INSTALLATION - YORK ROAD A median island shall be installed on York Road: (a) At the applicant’s expense in the vicinity of Gate 4 to limit vehicles to left in/left out. (b) Prior to the issue of the Occupation Certificate.

39. MEDIAN ISLAND – DETAILED ENGINEERING DRAWINGS Detailed engineering drawings of the median island required on York Road shall be submitted to Council for the approval of the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley prior to installation. The median island drawings shall: (a) Be designed at the applicant’s expense by a suitably qualified and experienced engineering consultant. (b) Be designed and constructed in accordance with RMS standards and specifications. (c) Be extended to join the existing median island on the western side of the York Road/Baronga Avenue intersection.

The engineering plans associated with the construction of the median island are attached.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.01/18.07 Page 23 Figure 2: Median island to be extended The proposal will involve the reconstruction of the existing median in York Road west of Baronga Avenue and extending it further west such that it limits movements to left in/left out of Gate 4 of the college. Any reductions in the carriageway widths are minor and will not impact on the through traffic. This proposal will also not bring about any changes to the “No Stopping” restrictions currently situated on both sides of the road.

4. Financial Information for Council’s Consideration There is no impact on Council’s budget. All costs associated with the works will be borne by Moriah College. 5. Attachments 1. C600 General Notes and Legend Road Frontage Works ⇩ 2. C601 Road Frontage Plan ⇩ 3. C602 Road Frontage Cross Sections ⇩ 4. C603 Road Frontage Details Sheet ⇩ . Gate 4 Median Island to be Extended

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.02/18.07 Page 28 REPORT TC/C.02/18.07 Subject: Park Parade, Bondi - Construction Zone TRIM No: A03/2514-04 Author: Kablan Mowad, Senior Traffic Engineer Director: Emily Scott, Director, Waverley Renewal COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That: 1. Council installs a 13 m long ‘No Parking 7 am–5 pm Monday–Friday; 8 am–3 pm Saturday Authorised Council Vehicles Excepted’ zone outside 15 Park Parade, Bondi. 2. There be no blockage to through traffic on Park Parade other than for short periods of time when manoeuvring vehicles into and out of the zone.

3. Council delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, to extend the length and duration of, or remove, the construction zone, as necessary. 1. Executive Summary Council has received an application from the owner of 15 Park Parade, Bondi, for the installation of a construction zone outside the site. Council will need to exercise its delegated function to implement the proposal. Figure 1. Aerial Photo of 15 Park Parade, Bondi. 2. Introduction/Background

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.02/18.07 Page 29 In accordance with standard practice at Council, it is proposed that the zone be signposted ‘No Parking Council Authorised Vehicles Excepted’ for the approved construction hours under the development consent. Council will then issue the applicant with a number of transferable permits to be used on their construction-related vehicles. The Traffic Committee and Council generally only approve construction zones at the same length as the frontage, regardless of the location of driveways, for a minimum of 13 weeks. 3. Technical Analysis The site is located on the eastern side of Park Parade, opposite Waverley Oval. It is proposed to install a 13m long construction zone outside the frontage of the property. Parking outside the site in Park Parade is un-restricted with the opposite/western side of the road subject to full time ‘No Stopping’ restrictions. Figure 2. Location of proposed construction zone at 15 Park Parade, Bondi.

Applicant Owner Development Application DA-528/2015/A Works Demolition of an existing dwelling and construction of a new residential flat building with 6 units and basement car park. Approved Hours of Construction 7 am–5 pm Mon–Fri; 8 am–3 pm Saturday Frontage Length 13 m Road Park Parade Existing Parking Unrestricted Requested Length 9 m Proposed Length 13 m

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.02/18.07 Page 30 Duration 13 weeks Beginning July 2018 Fee Area Residential, without metered parking Table 1. Application details for 15 Park Parade, Bondi. 4. Financial Information for Council’s Consideration The applicant will be required to pay the approved application fee, which covers the cost of administration and signage. The approved usage charges for the 2018/19 financial year are:  $65 per metre per week in a residential developments.  $90 per metre per week in a commercial and mixed-use developments. 5. Attachments Nil .

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.03/18.07 Page 31 REPORT TC/C.03/18.07 Subject: Multiple Streets - 'P Disability Only' Zone TRIM No.: A02/0273-02 Author: Sam Samadian, Traffic Engineer Director: Emily Scott, Director, Waverley Renewal Council Officer’s Proposal: That Council: 1. Installs a 6m long ‘P Disability Only’ zone outside 2 Wilga Street, Bondi. 2. Removes the existing ‘P Disability Only’ zone outside 31 Tasman Street, Bondi. 1. Executive Summary Council has received representations from a resident requesting consideration be given to the installation of ‘P Disability Only’ parking zone at 2 Wilga Street, Bondi.

Council has also been advised that the existing ‘P Disability Only’ zone outside 31 Tasman Street, Bondi is no longer required. Council will need to exercise its delegated functions to implement the proposals. 2. Introduction/Background At the Traffic Committee meeting held on 10 November 2005, the issue of installing ‘P Disability Only’ parking was discussed. Subsequently, at the Council meeting held on 13 December 2005, it was resolved: That the following guidelines for assessing applications for a mobility parking space on a residential street be adopted: 1. Together with proof of their mobility-parking permit, applicants for a mobility parking space must have a vehicle registered to their address. They do not need to be the driver of the vehicle.

2. Applicants who have access to off-street parking will not be entitled to a mobility parking space. 3. At least three site visits will be carried out of a morning and evening for each application. These site visits will also be carried out annually. The level of parking within 50m either side of the property must be at or above 85% capacity on each separate occasion. 4. Letters will be sent to residents annually to determine if the mobility parking space is still required. Residents will also be requested to again provide proof of current registration and their mobility-parking permit.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.03/18.07 Page 32 3. Technical Analysis Address MPS Card Off –street Parking Available On-street Parking Occupancy Length of Zone Recommend Installation Comments 2 Wilga Street, Bondi Yes No 90% during site visits 6 m Yes Table 1. Requests for new ‘P Disability Only’ zone Figure 1: Street view of No. 2 Wilga Street (Left side, single storey semi dwelling). Address WTC Approval Surrounding Parking Restrictions Recommend Removal Comments 31 Tasman Street, Bondi April 2012 Unrestricted Yes Table 2. ‘P Disability Only’ zones no longer required

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/C.03/18.07 Page 33 Figure 2: “P Disability Only” zone at 31 Tasman Street, Bondi Under the [NSW] Road Rules 2014, Mobility Parking Scheme card holders are provided with the following concessions:  Parking is permitted in ‘P DISABILITY ONLY’ zones.  When parking in a metered, coupon or ticket parking area, no charge is applied  Where parking is limited by a sign to more than 30 minutes, the vehicles can park for an unlimited time.

 Where parking is limited by a sign to 30 minutes, the vehicle can park for 2 hours.  Where parking is limited by a sign to less than 30 minutes, the vehicle can park for a maximum of 30 minutes.  When stopping in a ‘No Parking’ zone, the vehicle can drop off or pick up passengers or goods for a period of 5 minutes. Guidelines used:  Transport Administration Act 1988.  RMS’s Delegation to Councils; Regulation of Traffic.  RMS’s Signs Database.  [NSW] Road Rules 2014. 4. Financial Information for Council’s Consideration If changes to signs and/or line-marking are approved, Council will supply and install the signs and/or line- marking and remove/adjust existing signs with funds from existing budgets.

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.01/18.07 Page 34 REPORT TC/V.01/18.07 Subject: Bon Accord Avenue, Bondi Junction - Temporary Road Closure (Bon Accord Lane to Flood Lane) TRIM No.: A02/0216 Author: Sam Samadian, Traffic Engineer Director: Emily Scott, Director, Waverley Renewal COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Treats attachment 4 of this report as confidential as it contains information that would, if disclosed, prejudice the maintenance of law. 2. Council approves the temporary closure of Bon Accord Avenue, Bondi Junction, as per the Transport Management Plan (TMP) and Traffic Control Plan (TCP) attached to the report subject to the following being carried out: (a) Closures are to take place only during the following days and times: (i) Monday 10 September 2018 - 8.15 am–2.00 pm. (ii) Tuesday 11 September 2018 - 15 am–2.00 pm. (iii) Tuesday 18 September 2018 - 4.45 pm–9.30 pm. (iv) Wednesday 19 September 2018 - 8.30 am–7.15 pm. (b) The Event Organiser shall: (i) Engage an approved Traffic Control company by the Executive Manager of Creating Waverley to implement the TMP.

(ii) Provide Public Liability Insurance for the event. (iii) Obtain NSW Police approval. (iv) Cover all costs associated with traffic control. (c) Council shall: (i) Issue a Schedule of Conditions with any additional conditions that may be placed by the NSW Police, Roads and Maritimes Services and the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley. (ii) Submit the TMP to RMS for approval of the TMC.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.01/18.07 Page 35 (iii) Notify the NSW Ambulance Service and NSW Fire & Rescue (Bondi, Woollahra and Randwick Fire Stations) seven days prior to the event. (iv) Notify local residents and businesses seven days prior to the event. (v) Require the use of RMS-accredited traffic controllers. (d) The Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, and his representative(s) are delegated authority to: (i) Inspect the TMP. (ii) Audit the implementation of the TMP. (iii) Cancel this approval, without notice or refund. 1. Executive Summary Council has received an application from The Central Synagogue requesting consideration be given to approving the temporary closure of Bon Accord Avenue, Bondi Junction from Bon Accord Lane to Flood Lane in order to facilitate the annual High Holydays celebrations. Council will need to exercise its delegated functions to implement the proposal.

2. Introduction/Background The Central Synagogue has requested approval for the closure of Bon Accord Avenue in the section between Bon Accord Lane and Flood Lane during the following days and times:  Monday 10 September 2018 8.15 am–2.00 pm.  Tuesday 11 September 2018 8.15 am–2.00 pm.  Tuesday 18 September 2018 4.45 pm–9.30 pm.  Wednesday 19 September 2018 8.30 am–7.15 pm. It should be noted there are no changes to road closure points to those approved in previous year. Council has prepared a transport management plan (TMP) on behalf of the synagogue, including a detailed traffic control plan –see Attachments 1, 3 and 4. Council will be undertaking resident notification (Attachment 2, 3) and appropriate Council officers will be present at the closure points to assist resident access.

This is a Class 2 Special Event with road closures being carried out in accordance with the RMS Guide to Traffic and Transport Management for Special Events. The Traffic Committee is required to make recommendations to Council regarding the traffic management aspects of the event including advising Council on conditions to set for the use of the road space. Council will then consider these recommendations and assess all other impacts on the surrounding environment before issuing a Schedule of Conditions.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.01/18.07 Page 36 3. Technical Analysis The attached TMP proposes that the closure be undertaken in the manner detailed in Table 1 below. Date Time Activity 27 August 2018 N/A Creating Waverley to:  Distribute notification to local residents and businesses.  Signpost notification in the street. Days and times as above Start time The temporary closure of Bon Accord Avenue be implemented by the approved traffic control company. Access will be closed to:  Non-residents’ vehicles.  Participants’ vehicles (VIP or otherwise). Continuous access will remain open for:  Local residents’ vehicles, if parking is available.  Emergency vehicles.

 All pedestrians. * Council parking officers will be on-site at closure points to facilitate resident access Days and times as above Finish time Bon Accord Avenue opens for through traffic and all normal traffic conditions to resume. Table 1. Proposed closure schedule. RMS will need to approve the temporary closure of part of Bon Accord Avenue with the Transport Management Plan (TMP) being forwarded for the authority’s consideration as the closure may effect Old South Head Road (STATE ROAD). Once all approvals and conditions have been satisfied, staff from RMS as well as Council’s Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, can sign the TMP authorising its implementation. 4. Financial Information for Council’s Consideration The Central Synagogue will be required to cover all associated costs prior to closures taking place.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.01/18.07 Page 37 5. Attachments: 1. SS - Bon Accord Avenue - Road Closure ⇩ 2. SS - Bon Accord Avenue - Road Closure ⇩ 3. SS - Bon Accord Avenue - Road Closure 2018 ⇩ 4. SS - Bon Accord Avenue - Road Closure 2018 (confidential)

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.02/18.07 Page 46 REPORT TC/V.02/18.07 Subject: Penkivil Street, Bondi - Construction Zone TRIM No.: A03/2514-04 Author: Sam Samadian, Traffic Engineer Director: Emily Scott, Director, Waverley Renewal COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That: 1. Council installs a 17 m long ‘No Parking 7 am–5 pm Monday–Friday; 8 am–3 pm Saturday Authorised Council Vehicles Excepted’ zone across the frontage of 67–69 Penkivil Street, Bondi. 2. There be no blockage to through traffic on Penkivil Street other than for short periods of time when manoeuvring vehicles into and out of the zone.

3. Council delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley, to extend the length and duration of, or remove the construction zone, as necessary and install a zone with similar times, if necessary, opposite the site. 1. Executive Summary Council has received an application from the builder/developer at 67–69 Penkivil Street, Bondi for the installation of a construction zone on the site frontage. Council will need to exercise its delegated function to implement the proposal.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.02/18.07 Page 47 Figure 1. Aerial Image of 67–69 Penkivil Street, Bondi 2. Introduction/Background In accordance with standard practice at Council, it is proposed that the zone be signposted ‘No Parking Council Authorised Vehicles Excepted’ and for the zone to operate during standard hours approved under development consents. Council will then issue the applicant with a number of transferable permits to be used on their construction-related vehicles.

The Traffic Committee and Council generally only approve construction zones at the same length as the frontage, regardless of the location of driveways, for a minimum of thirteen weeks. 3. Technical Analysis The site is located on the western side of Penkivil Street approximately 70m north of Bondi Road, Bondi. It is proposed to install a 17 m long construction zone outside the site from the southern boundary to a motor bike only parking zone adjacent to the northern boundary as shown in Figure 2. Table 1: 67–69 Penkivil Street, Bondi.

Applicant K2 Property Development Group Pty Ltd Development Application DA-531/2015 Works Modification to approved residential flat building including internal reconfiguration to provide two additional units, additional bay windows, enlarge basement and attic level Approved Hours of Construction 7 am–5 pm Mon–Fri, 8 am–3 pm Saturday Frontage Length 20 m Road Penkivil Street Existing Parking Unrestricted and “P Motorbikes Only” Requested Length 13 m Proposed Length 17 m Duration 13 weeks Beginning August 2018 Fee Area Residential without metered parking Estimated Fees $1,080 per week

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.02/18.07 Page 48 Figure 2. 67–69 Penkivil Street, Bondi – Proposed construction zone. 4. Financial Information for Council’s Consideration The applicant will be required to pay the approved application fee, which covers the cost of administration and signage. The approved usage charges for the 2017–18 financial year are:  $60 per metre per week in a residential developments.  $85 per metre per week in a commercial and mixed-use developments. 5. Attachments: Nil

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.03/18.07 Page 49 REPORT TC/V.03/18.07 Subject: Festival of the Winds - Bondi Beach and Park - Special Event TRIM No.: A02/0216 Author: Sam Samadian, Traffic Engineer Director: Emily Scott, Director, Waverley Renewal COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council approves the Transport Management Plan for the “Festival of the Winds” event attached to this report subject to the event organisers: 1. Obtaining NSW Police Force approval. 2. Submitting the Transport Management Plan to the Roads and Maritime Services for the approval of the Traffic Management Centre.

3. Notifying the State Transit Authority, NSW Ambulance Service and NSW Fire & Rescue (Bondi, Woollahra & Randwick Fire Stations) not less than seven (7) days prior to the event. 4. Notifying local residents and businesses not less than seven (7) days prior to the event. 5. Only using RMS-accredited traffic controllers. 6. Considering all other impacts on the surrounding environment and issue a Schedule of Conditions with additional conditions to be placed by the NSW Police Force and RMS. 1. Executive Summary Council has prepared the Traffic Management Plan (TMP) for the “Festival of the Winds” event to be held at Bondi Beach and Bondi Park on Sunday, 9 September 2018. This is an annual event and the report recommends approval of the event with a request for the RMS to approve an associated clearway on Bondi Road.

Council will need to exercise its delegated functions to implement the proposal. 2. Introduction/Background The “Festival of the Winds” is a free community event held in Bondi Park and Beach featuring professional kite flying displays, kite making workshops, entertainment and food stalls. The event has grown over the years and now attracts 15,000+ visitors. This has had a significant impact on transport and traffic both within the immediate vicinity of the event and on the wider community.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.03/18.07 Page 50 It should be noted there are no changes proposed to the traffic management of event than previous year. Similar to last year event, the Special Event Clearways are to be implemented on Bondi Road as follows:  7am – 2pm, Bondi Road, Eastbound between Council Street and Sandridge Street;  12pm – 5pm, Bondi Road, Westbound between Sandridge Street and Council Street. The clearways have been requested following representations made to Council by State Transit and NSW Police to minimise the localised congestion and facilitate transport of the large crowds to and from the event.

This is a Class 2 Special Event under the RMS’s “Guide to Traffic and Transport Management for Special Events”. The Traffic Committee is required to make recommendations to Council regarding the traffic management aspects of the event advising Council on conditions to set for the use of road space. Council will then consider these recommendations and assess all other impacts on the surrounding environment before issuing a Schedule of Conditions. Once all approvals and conditions have been met, officers from the RMS and Council’s Executive Manager, Creating Waverley can sign the TMP to authorise implementation. 3. Technical Analysis The attached TMP proposes the event be undertaken in the manner detailed in Table 1, below. Table 1 Proposed schedule of event DATE TIME ACTIVITY 31 Aug 2018 N/A Installation of VMS boards: 1. Campbell Pde (eastern side) north of Beach Road/Park Drive, 2. Campbell Pde (eastern side) south of Beach Road/ Park Drive Council’s Enriching Waverley Sub-program to: 1. Distribute notification to local residents and businesses 9 Sep 2018 7:00am -2:00pm RMS to implement Clearway on : Bondi Road, eastbound between Council Street and Sandridge Street 6.00am Council implements the temporary closure of Park Drive and installs sign for the bus storage area in the existing summer time bus zone, east side of Campbell Parade, north of Park Drive 11.00am – 04.00pm EVENT 12pm- 5:00pm RMS to implement Clearway on : Bondi Road, westbound between Sandridge Street and Council Street 4.30pm Remove temporary closure of Park Drive and the temporary bus storage area signs

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.03/18.07 Page 51 Guidelines used:  Transport Administration Act 1988  RMS’s Delegation to Councils; Regulation of Traffic  RMS’s Signs Database  [NSW] Road Rules 2014  Australian Standard AS 1742.3  RMS’s Traffic Control at Work Sites  RMS’s Guide to Traffic and Transport Management for Special Events 4. Financial Information for Council’s Consideration Council will fund the cost of event from existing budgets. 5. Attachments: 1. Festival of the Wind 2018 -TMP ⇩ 2. Festival of the Wind 2018 -TCP- Park Drive Closure ⇩ 3. Festival of the Wind 2018 - TCP- QED - Contingency Closure ⇩

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.04/18.07 Page 61 REPORT TC/V.04/18.07 Subject: Onslow Street, Rose Bay - "No Parking" zones TRIM No: A02/0637-02 Author: Sam Samadian, Traffic Engineer Director: Emily Scott, Director, Waverley Renewal COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Installs “No Parking” zones on the southern side of Onslow Street, Rose Bay as follows: (a). 17.5 m across the driveways of No’s. 5 to 9. (b). 12.5 m across the driveway of No. 13. (c). 9.5 m across the driveways of No’s. 29 to 31. (d). 10 m across the driveways of No’s. 55 to 57. (e). 13 m across the driveways of No’s. 69 to 73. 2. Extends the existing “No Parking” zone at the driveway to No.471 Old South Head Road by 8.5m to the west.

3. Notifies all residents of Onslow Street of the proposed “No Parking” zones prior the installation. 1. Executive Summary Following receipt of a petition signed by residents of Onslow Street requesting the introduction of “passing zones” to improve traffic flow in the narrow carriageway, dead end, street, Council officers met the chief petitioner on-site to discuss introducing signposted “No Parking” zones at double width or more driveways to improve traffic flow in the street. Council will need to exercise its delegated function to implement the proposal.

2. Introduction/Background A petition was received from residents of Onslow Street containing 301 signatures requesting Council give consideration to introducing “passing zones” in Onslow Street to improve vehicle movement in the narrow carriageway, dead end street. A site inspection was undertaken to identify suitable locations for the introduction of “No Parking” zones across multi width driveways in Onslow Street.

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.04/18.07 Page 62 3. Technical Analysis Onslow Street is a no through road with a narrow carriageway width of 7m. It has a length of some 420m east from Old South Head Road. Parking is in high demand day and night and mostly unrestricted on both sides. An on-site assessment has confirmed that due to the narrow carriageway and high parking on both sides, only one vehicle can travel at a time between parked vehicles. It was observed that vehicles often have to be reversed in Onslow Street to find a gap and pull over to allow an oncoming vehicle to pass. It is proposed to install an additional six (6) “No Parking” zones on the southern side of Onslow Street across multi width driveways as per the table and figures below. It is considered that the proposal will improve traffic flow by providing areas that can be utilised as passing zones. The proposed “No Parking” zones will not result in loss of any legal on-street parking. Under current NSW Road Rules, ‘No Parking’ restrictions permit a vehicle to stand in the zone for up to two minutes maximum with the driver remaining within 3 m of the vehicle at all times.

Figure 1: Onslow Street, Rose Bay, Aerial image – Existing and Proposed “No Parking” zones Table 1: Onslow Street - No Parking restrictions summary table

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.04/18.07 Page 63 Figure 2: Onslow Street frontage of 471 Old South Head Road, Rose Bay Existing and Proposed “No Parking” zones Figure 3: 5 to 9 Onslow Street, Rose Bay – Proposed 17.5m “No Parking” zone Figure 4: 13 Onslow Street, Rose Bay - Proposed 12.5m “No Parking” zone

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.04/18.07 Page 64 Figure 5: 29 to 31 Onslow Street, Rose Bay - Proposed 9.5m “No Parking” zone Figure 6: 43 to 45 Onslow Street, Rose Bay - Existing “No Parking” zone (unchanged) Figure 7: 55 to 57 Onslow Street, Rose Bay - Proposed 10m “No Parking” zone

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.04/18.07 Page 65 Figure 8: 69 to 73 Onslow Street, Rose Bay – Proposed 13m “No Parking” zone Guidelines used:  Transport Administration Act 1988  RMS’s Delegation to Councils; Regulation of Traffic  RMS’s Signs Database  [NSW] Road Rules 2014 4. Financial Information for Council’s Consideration If changes to signs and/or line marking are approved, Council will undertake the installation of signs and/or line marking from existing budgets.

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Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.05/18.07 Page 66 REPORT TC/V.05/18.07 Subject: Hall Street, Bondi Beach - Temporary Road Closure for Crane Lift TRIM No: A02/0216 Author: Kablan Mowad, Senior Traffic Engineer Director: Emily Scott, Director, Waverley Renewal COUNCIL OFFICER’S PROPOSAL: That Council: 1. Approve the temporary closure of Hall Street between Jaques Avenue and Campbell Parade between 10pm and 6am on Monday 13 August, 2018 in accordance with the Traffic Control Plan (TCP) dated 2 May 2018 prepared by Construction Solutions attached to the report, subject to the applicant: a) Amending the Traffic Control Plan to include a proposal for the safe movement of pedestrians around the work area and submitting it to Councils Executive Manager, Creating Waverley for approval.

b) Obtaining approval from NSW Police. c) Obtaining a Road Occupancy Licence from the Transport Management Centre. d) Notifying affected businesses, residents and emergency services of the closure in writing not less than seven days prior to implementation of the road closure. 2. Delegates authority to the Executive Manager, Creating Waverley to approve any alternate closure date of Hall Street should it be required. 1. Executive Summary Council has received an application for the temporary, full closure of Hall Street, Bondi Beach, in the section between Jaques Avenue and Campbell Parade, to facilitate the lifting of a 60 tonne piling rig out of the development site at 10-14 Hall Street, Bondi Beach. Council will need to exercise its delegated function to approve the proposal.

2. Introduction/Background An application has been received from Construction Solutions on behalf of the builder at 10-14 Hall Street, Bondi Beach, for a temporary, full closure of Hall Street between Jaques Avenue and Campbell Parade between 10pm and 6am on Monday 13 August, 2018. 3. Technical Analysis

Waverley Traffic Committee Agenda 26 July 2018 TC/V.05/18.07 Page 67 Development application, DA-462/2015, was approved for the demolition and construction of a mixed use development including 3 retail tenancies, basement parking and residential apartments above to be constructed at 10-14 Hall Street. With excavation of the site nearing completion, an application has been received for a temporary, full road closure of Hall Street in the Bondi Beach shopping precinct to facilitate the lifting of a 60 tonne piling rig out of the site as the development moves into the construction phase. This site has a 25 metre frontage to Hall Street and a narrow driveway width frontage to Jaques Avenue. Hall Street is considered to be the only practical location from which to conduct this crane lift. The road closure will involve the crane being set up in Hall Street between Gould Street and Gould Lane with one lane on the northern side being left open for vehicles to exit the one way southbound Gould Street and Gould Lane.

Figure 1: Aerial photo of 10-14 Hall Street, Bondi Beach. 4. Financial Information for Council’s Consideration The applicant will be required to meet the cost of closing the road and standing plant is accordance with Council’s fees and charges for 2018/19. 5. Attachments 1. 10-14 Hall Street - Crane Lift Full Closure TCP ⇩ .

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