THE KERB

We asked you to tell us which surface you would prefer on King William Road. During this second consultation period, we hosted 12 consultation sessions with 112 attendees. We also received 79 online responses via our YourSay online survey. 

 

We found that the majority of those people who participated in the consultation opportunity preferred that King WIlliam Road keep its paver design. To follow are the results of the consultation conducted. 

 

EXISTING STREETSCAPE

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  • Constrained width of footpath

  • Limited space for meeting places

  • Limited space for street furniture and signage

  • Limited display spaces

  • Wider distance to cross the road

  • Controls parking

Results: 24 out of 191 preferred this option or 13%

STREETSCAPE WITH ROLL OVER KERB

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  • Wider footpaths

  • Shorter pedestrian crossings

  • Improved access for loading/unloading

  • Increased visibility of pedestrians

  • Slower vehicle speeds

  • Increased opportunities for street furniture

  • Spaces for displays

  • Spaces for outdoor dining

  • Improved greening opportunities

  • Additional vehicle controls required

Results: 64 out of 191 preferred this option or 33%

STREETSCAPE WITH NO KERB

The image is a diagram intended to represent possible changes to King William Road for the purpose of consultation only.

  • Wider footpaths

  • Shorter pedestrian crossings

  • Improved equity and access for all ages

  • Increased visibility of pedestrians

  • Slower vehicle speeds

  • Greater flexibility for events and festivals

  • Improved greening opportunities

  • Additional vehicle controls required

  • Additional stormwater control required

 

       **Flush kerbs can be continued into side streets

Results: 103 out of 191 preferred this option or 54%

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