Installation of traffic signals at Seaforth Oval, Wakehurst Parkway: review of environmental factors

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Title
Installation of traffic signals at Seaforth Oval, Wakehurst Parkway: review of environmental factors
Agencies
Roads and Traffic Authority of New South Wales
Type
Report
Date published
2006-04-03
Published by
Roads and Traffic Authority of New South Wales
Keywords
traffic signals, wakehurst parkway, manly council, seaforth, seaforth oval
Description
Manly Council is currently undertaking an upgrade of facilities within the vicinity of Seaforth Oval. The area adjacent to the Seaforth Oval contains remnant examples of the Duffy's Forest vegetation unit, an endangered ecological community under the Schedules of the Threatened Species Conservation Act /995 In 2002 Manly Council commissioned a review of the distribution of this vegetation unit in the vicinity of Seaforth Oval. The findings of this report have been considered during the preparation of this REF, and the full reports have been included in Appendix D of this report. Traffic signals would facilitate improved access as part of the re-development of Seaforth Oval, by Manly Council. The signals would provide a safer ingress and egress arrangement from the Oval and also provide improved conditions for pedestrians wishing to access the Seaforth Oval.
Language
English
Coverage
New South Wales
Copyright
© State of New South Wales
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