Quintilian Road (between Brockway Road and Stubbs Terrace) - Proposed traffic calming

Do you live in or near Quintilian Road, or use Quintilian Road on a regular basis? If so, the City would like to hear from you.

The City has received funding from the Roads to Recovery Program to improve the safety of this section of Quintilian Road, as a result of resident concerns and City investigations in relation to road safety, non-local traffic use and inappropriate use by motorists.

Quintilian Road is a local access road carrying approximately 2,000 vehicles per day, with 85 per cent of motorists driving at a maximum speed of 57 km/hour. The posted speed on Quintilian Road is 50 km/hour.

The City has considered the traffic management issues and impacts on the local road network and is proposing to install traffic calming devices.

An update on progress of this project is provided in the News Feed below.

How you can be involved, find out more or provide feedback?

You can participate in this review by:

  • Reviewing the information provided on this site
  • Provide feedback using the tab below
  • Ask us by using the Ask Us a Question tab and we will respond

Are you interested in other projects being undertaken by the City? Would you like to receive the City’s electronic newsletter on the latest City projects? If so, please click on the 'Register to get involved' tab at the top of this page to register.

Please note that all responses to the proposals will be placed on this engagement page.


Do you live in or near Quintilian Road, or use Quintilian Road on a regular basis? If so, the City would like to hear from you.

The City has received funding from the Roads to Recovery Program to improve the safety of this section of Quintilian Road, as a result of resident concerns and City investigations in relation to road safety, non-local traffic use and inappropriate use by motorists.

Quintilian Road is a local access road carrying approximately 2,000 vehicles per day, with 85 per cent of motorists driving at a maximum speed of 57 km/hour. The posted speed on Quintilian Road is 50 km/hour.

The City has considered the traffic management issues and impacts on the local road network and is proposing to install traffic calming devices.

An update on progress of this project is provided in the News Feed below.

How you can be involved, find out more or provide feedback?

You can participate in this review by:

  • Reviewing the information provided on this site
  • Provide feedback using the tab below
  • Ask us by using the Ask Us a Question tab and we will respond

Are you interested in other projects being undertaken by the City? Would you like to receive the City’s electronic newsletter on the latest City projects? If so, please click on the 'Register to get involved' tab at the top of this page to register.

Please note that all responses to the proposals will be placed on this engagement page.


  • Council considers engagement outcomes and traffic management solution

    6 days ago
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    The results from the community engagement activities and final proposal for addressing traffic management issues were presented to the Council at its meeting on Tuesday, 24 October 2017.

    Council approved the traffic management design (see document library) for Quintilian Road which included deferring the installation of traffic pillows near Number 44 until an assessment has been undertaken on the first stage of work.


    The main design features are to install:

    • A flat top raised plateau to be installed at Brockway Road
    • No stopping line marking on both sides of the road
    • Re-paint existing parking bays outside Quintilian Primary... Continue reading

    The results from the community engagement activities and final proposal for addressing traffic management issues were presented to the Council at its meeting on Tuesday, 24 October 2017.

    Council approved the traffic management design (see document library) for Quintilian Road which included deferring the installation of traffic pillows near Number 44 until an assessment has been undertaken on the first stage of work.


    The main design features are to install:

    • A flat top raised plateau to be installed at Brockway Road
    • No stopping line marking on both sides of the road
    • Re-paint existing parking bays outside Quintilian Primary School
    • No stopping line at the Brockway Road and Camelia Avenue intersection
    • A flat top raised plateau at intersection with Tuart Entrance
    • A flat top raised plateau at Stubbs Terrace

    There will also be various changes to line markings and signage to assist with the management of the traffic.

    It is anticipated that the works will be undertaken during the latter part of the summer school holidays. Following the construction of this stage, the City will be monitoring the effectiveness of these works.

    If you have views, please complete the online feedback on this engagement page.

    If you wish to discuss the project design, please contact the City’s Project Manager, Shaun Fletcher on (08) 9273 3500.

  • Consultation period closed

    2 months ago
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    Thank you to everyone who has participated in this project. The results will not be collated and analysed. Feedback will be provided on this engagement page.

    Thank you to everyone who has participated in this project. The results will not be collated and analysed. Feedback will be provided on this engagement page.

  • Have your Voice Heard - Proposed traffic calming measures

    3 months ago
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    The City is proposing to install traffic calming treatments in Quintilian Road (a local access road) as a result of resident concerns in relation to road safety, rat running and speeding vehicles.

    The Road currently carries approximately 2,000 vehicles per day. The 85th percentile speed is 57 km per hour. The 85th percentile speed is the speed or below that 85 per cent of the traffic is travelling at. This Road has a posted speed of 50 km per hour. Consequently, there is a recognised speed issue.

    Please read the information on this page and provide your feedback using... Continue reading

    The City is proposing to install traffic calming treatments in Quintilian Road (a local access road) as a result of resident concerns in relation to road safety, rat running and speeding vehicles.

    The Road currently carries approximately 2,000 vehicles per day. The 85th percentile speed is 57 km per hour. The 85th percentile speed is the speed or below that 85 per cent of the traffic is travelling at. This Road has a posted speed of 50 km per hour. Consequently, there is a recognised speed issue.

    Please read the information on this page and provide your feedback using one of the tools provided.