Monday 16th October 2017
Helping learner drivers become safer drivers
Friday 13th October 2017
Council supports NSW Motorcycle Awareness Month
Friday 6th October - Tuesday 31st October
Motorcycle Awareness Month
Tuesday 17th October 9:00am - 3:00pm
Schools Environment Day 2017
The Bowral Parking, Traffic and Transport Strategy has been developed to address the impacts of future growth, that could be reasonably expected to occur, within the Bowral Town Centre, between present day and over the next 20 or so years.
The strategy provides realistically achievable infrastructure concepts, outlining immediate and longer term projects. The strategy also includes broad changes to management of parking, traffic and transport.
The implemented strategy will enable the Town Centre system to operate at acceptable level of service and will improve transport equity and pedestrian safety throughout the Bowral Town Centre.
The strategy is consistent with the relevant goals outlined in the Community Strategic Plan Wingecarribee 2031+.
The road network infrastructure changes in the strategy are underpinned by the Bowral Town Centre Paramics Model and Scenario testing undertaken.
The strategy was adopted by resolution of Council on 12 December 2012 following consideration of community feedback.
1 Bowral Parking Utilisation Map 2005 (PDF, 982kB)
3 Moss Vale Parking Utilisation Map 2005 (PDF, 629kB)
5 Strategy Key Construction Elements (PDF, 2,036kB)
6 Bowral Town Centre Distributor Road (PDF, 919kB)
7 Bowral Off-street Parking Guide (PDF, 498kB)
8 Signal Modification Bundaroo St - Station St (PDF, 738kB)
10 2 Lane Roundabout - Bundaroo St - Station St (PDF, 555kB)
12 2nd Rail Overbridge - Wingecarribee St (PDF, 346kB)
14 Pedestrian Refuge - Station St (PDF, 277kB)
15 Bowral Bicycle Network (PDF, 182kB)
16 Merrigang St-Bong Bong St Signals (PDF, 106kB)
The Microsimulation Modelling underpins the road network improvements outlined in the Bowral Parking, Traffic and Transport Strategy.