Lane Cove Traffic Committee Meeting 15 March 2022 – Residents Can Register To Speak

The Lane Cove Traffic Committee advises Lane Cove Council on traffic and parking control matters for which Council has been delegated authority from Transport for NSW (TfNSW). The Committee makes recommendations, and those recommendations are then tabled at a Lane Cove Council meeting for Council to either endorse, reject or ask for more information.

The Traffic Committee comprises the following permanent members:

  • One representative of Lane Cove Council
  • One representative of the NSW Police
  • One representative of TfNSW
  • One person representing the state Member of Parliament

The Traffic Committee can have other members such as rangers, traffic engineers, road safety officers and other council staff.

At February’s Lane Cove Council Meeting, it was resolved that a councillor should be a committee member. Councillor Kathy Bryla was appointed to the Traffic Committee.

Lane Cove Council also voted to allow residents to speak at the Traffic Committee on agenda items.

Meeting 15 March 2022

The Traffic Committee is meeting on 15 March 2022 at 10.00 am at the Traffic Lane Cove Council Chambers.

Members of the public can now register to speak at the Traffic Committee about items on the agenda.  You must register by filling out an online form by 12 noon 14 March 2022 (yes we know the registration time has passed but the online form is still able to be accessed)

15 March 2022 Traffic Committee Agenda

56-60 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove

Convert 15-minute parking to a ‘Loading Zone;10pm-6am’  The agenda item notes that businesses have been approached but no mention of the apartments that are right across the road at 51 – 53 Burns Bay Road.


148-150 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove Install ‘No Parking’ north of driveway on Ross Smith Parade. 

Install ‘No Parking’ north of driveway on Ross Smith Parade.  (Driveway for shops on Burns Bay Road is via an entrance on Ross Smith Parade).

Rosenthal Avenue (near The Canopy)

Rosenthal Avenue, Lane Cove Installation of Speed Cushions (this will only impact traffic approaching The Canopy Roundabout after passing the Alcott and the Canopy loading bay).  See our cover photo.

Mowbray Road Notorious Bend

Mowbray Road, Lane Cove Redesign of Mowbray Road bend between Ralston and Roslyn Streets.  This is Lane Cove Council’s response to numerous accidents on this notorious bend in wet weather – read more here.

Sutherland Street

Sutherland Street, Lane Cove Install ‘No Parking; 5am-3pm; Wednesdays’ on Garbage Collection Days

Bay Street Greenwich

Bay Street, Greenwich Install ‘No Parking’ and ‘No Stopping’ signs

Kingslanley Road Greenwich

Kingslangley Road, Greenwich Extend ‘No Stopping’ zone on the departure side of Pedestrian Crossing

St Leonards Plaza

St Leonards Plaza, St Leonards Temporary Removal and Replacement of Pedestrian Handrails and Keep Left Sign

Items for General Discussion

Epping Road, Lane Cove Overgrown vegetation on Epping Road

Bridge Street, Lane Cove Discussion on traffic volumes and speeds on the local section of Bridge Street – traffic volumes are an issue on Bridge Street – read more here.

The Agenda can be accessed here – click on the orange agenda button on the page.

If you have general feedback on a local traffic matter which does not appear on the Agenda then we encourage you to email [email protected]

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