Railway Road, Gugeri Street Intersection with Loch Street - Intersection Upgrade

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The City of Nedlands have been awarded a grant of $461,000 in Federal Blackspot funding to undertake an upgrade of the intersection of Railway Road and Gugeri Street with Loch Street to improve road safety following a high number of crashes in the area.

The City of Nedlands, the Town of Claremont, businesses and stakeholders in the area have been working together to ensure the best design meets the needs of increasing road and pedestrian safety at the intersection and the area more generally.

The improvements will include median island widening, lane realignments, installation of pedestrian traffic lights, lighting, kerbs and drainage, and upgrades to the footpath.

The safety issues at the intersection have been recognised by the Australian Government’s Blackspot Program and the funding for the upgrade to the intersection goes a long way to help enhance and improve road safety within the City.

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

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The City of Nedlands have been awarded a grant of $461,000 in Federal Blackspot funding to undertake an upgrade of the intersection of Railway Road and Gugeri Street with Loch Street to improve road safety following a high number of crashes in the area.

The City of Nedlands, the Town of Claremont, businesses and stakeholders in the area have been working together to ensure the best design meets the needs of increasing road and pedestrian safety at the intersection and the area more generally.

The improvements will include median island widening, lane realignments, installation of pedestrian traffic lights, lighting, kerbs and drainage, and upgrades to the footpath.

The safety issues at the intersection have been recognised by the Australian Government’s Blackspot Program and the funding for the upgrade to the intersection goes a long way to help enhance and improve road safety within the City.

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

You can find out more by:

All feedback received by, or provided by the City, along with project updates, particularly closer to construction will be displayed on this engagement page.

To be notified of other community engagement projects being undertaken by the City, please register, by clicking on the 'Register to get involved' tab at the top of this page.

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