WalkSydney Gets Results: Whose turn? The strange case of Golden Grove Street and Darlington Road — Resolved

In March 2020 we wrote “Whose turn? The strange case of Golden Grove Street and Darlington Road“. (You can see details there)

We are pleased to report that the intersection, which connects the Darlington Campus of the University of Sydney with Newtown, has been improved for pedestrians. There is now a raised pedestrian crossing (a wombat), and the right-of-way for cars has also been clarified (it is structured as a single continuous street, rather than a turn onto a new street. Good work, City of Sydney

Golden Grove 2020
Before: Golden Grove and Darlington Road 2020
After: Golden Grove Street and Darlington Road 2022

Published by David M Levinson

Prof. David Levinson teaches at the School of Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, where he leads TransportLab and the Transport Engineering group.

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