New South Head Road clearways
Between Waratah Street/McLachlan Avenue, Rushcutters Bay and Bay Street, Double Bay.
Transport for NSW will be installing new and extended clearways on New South Head Road between Waratah Street/McLachlan Avenue, Rushcutters Bay and Bay Street, Double Bay.
The new and extended clearways will be operational from Monday 12 November 2018.
There will be no changes to existing parking restrictions on New South Head Road outside the new clearways hours.
Installation of the new clearway signs and posts will happen between Saturday 3 and Sunday 11 November 2018, weather permitting. Our working hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Monday to Sunday.
For more information about the clearways please see the October 2018 project update (PDF, 381Kb).
Roads and Maritime Services is installing new and extended clearways on New South Head Road between Waratah Street/McLachlan Avenue, Rushcutters Bay and Bay Street, Double Bay.
The new and extended clearway hours are shown in the table below.
There will be no changes to existing parking restrictions on New South Head Road outside the new clearways hours. The new weekday and weekend clearways will be operational from Monday 12 November.
Alternate business parking
Transport for NSW will continue to work with Woollahra Municipal Council to implement additional short term business customer parking and loading options in nearby side streets, including three timed spaces in New Beach Road, four timed spaces in Mona Road and an extended loading zone in Darling Point Lane.
There are existing short term loading zones available in Mona Road and Glenmore Road. Unrestricted parking
options will remain on New Beach Road, Oswald Street, Reddy Street and Mahoney Lane. There are also 2P restrictions in most nearby side streets, with Woollahra Council Residential Parking Schemes in place.
A map showing the short term parking and loading zone changes can be found in the October 2018 project update.
The NSW Government announced the Sydney Clearways Strategy in December 2013 as one of its key initiatives to reduce congestion on Sydney’s major roads. The strategy identifies more than 1,000 km of state roads on key corridors across Sydney (including other roads in Sydney’s east), which may benefit from the introduction of new and extended clearways to help ease congestion.
What happens next?
The new clearway signs and posts will be installed between Saturday 3 and Sunday 11 November 2018, weather permitting. Our working hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Monday to Sunday.
If you have any questions about the installation works, please contact our delivery partner, Ventia Boral Amey Joint Venture (VBAJV) on 1800 677 700.
What does this mean for me?
Clearways help improve journey times by making an additional lane available to traffic during clearway hours, allowing motorists to get to their destination sooner.
We understand that the new clearway hours will change parking conditions in front of properties, which may cause inconvenience for residents, businesses and visitors.
Following the installation of the new clearways, residents, tradespeople, delivery trucks, customers and visitors are encouraged to park within properties during clearway hours, wherever possible. If parking is not available on your property you will need to park in a local side street.
This is similar to all other state roads where clearways and ‘No Stopping’ restrictions are in place.
Transport for NSW engaged with the community and local businesses in May and June about the implementation of new and extended clearways on New South Head Road between Rushcutters Bay and Double Bay. We asked for feedback and suggestions on alternative business parking and loading.
During the engagement period we received support for the new and extended clearways from members of the community. We also received enquiries around the need and effectiveness of clearways, and suggestions for alternative business parking locations. Concerns were raised about the impact of clearways on local businesses and on how unloading and loading of deliveries would be made for businesses.
Based on the suggestions we received from directly impacted businesses and residents on New South Head Road, we asked for further feedback in August and September on additional short term parking and loading options in Edgecliff.
We have summarised the feedback received and have provided a response to the key matters raised in an engagement report. For more information please see the October 2018 Engagement Report.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
- May 2018 frequently asked questions
New and extended clearways on New South Head Road from Rushcutters Bay to Double Bay.
- October 2018 project update
New and extended clearways on New South Head Road.
- August 2018 project update
Parking changes in Edgecliff near New South Head Road.
- May 2018 project update
New and extended clearways on New South Head Road between Waratah Street/McLachlan Avenue, Rushcutters Bay and Bay Street, Double Bay.
You can find more information about the Sydney Clearways Strategy and other clearways projects on the Sydney Clearways Program page.
For further information about this project, please contact:
Phone: 1300 706 232