Railway Terrace Streetscape Project

Consultation has concluded

COMMUNITY UPDATE - January 2019

Railway Terrace (from Sixth Ave to Cross Road) Edwardstown

The City of Marion’s road network affects all residents, businesses, visitors and those who drive through the Council area to reach other destinations. Therefore, the design of our streets can have a reaching impact through providing amenity, economic development and improved community health and safety.

Consequently, Council has developed a Streetscape Policy and Walking and Cycling Strategy to revitalise its street network.

Railway Terrace has been identified as one of the streets Council will be improving and accordingly a plan has been developed for your consideration.

Your feedback

During February 2019 we consulted with the community on the design.

We are currently in the process of collating results.

The main features of the design can be viewed here

  • The provision of a bi-directional on-road bike path adjacent the rail corridor;
  • The installation of indented parking bays on the western side of the road, where possible;
  • The installation of a new wider footpath on the residential side of the street;
  • Narrowing of the road and angled paving sections to control the movement of vehicles;
  • The introduction of No Stopping Zones along the eastern side of the road (adjacent to the proposed path);
  • Upgrading the landscaping along the road;
  • Development of a station precinct at the Woodlands Railway Station that enhances/encourages the movement of people.

Thank you to those who participated.


COMMUNITY UPDATE - January 2019

Railway Terrace (from Sixth Ave to Cross Road) Edwardstown

The City of Marion’s road network affects all residents, businesses, visitors and those who drive through the Council area to reach other destinations. Therefore, the design of our streets can have a reaching impact through providing amenity, economic development and improved community health and safety.

Consequently, Council has developed a Streetscape Policy and Walking and Cycling Strategy to revitalise its street network.

Railway Terrace has been identified as one of the streets Council will be improving and accordingly a plan has been developed for your consideration.

Your feedback

During February 2019 we consulted with the community on the design.

We are currently in the process of collating results.

The main features of the design can be viewed here

  • The provision of a bi-directional on-road bike path adjacent the rail corridor;
  • The installation of indented parking bays on the western side of the road, where possible;
  • The installation of a new wider footpath on the residential side of the street;
  • Narrowing of the road and angled paving sections to control the movement of vehicles;
  • The introduction of No Stopping Zones along the eastern side of the road (adjacent to the proposed path);
  • Upgrading the landscaping along the road;
  • Development of a station precinct at the Woodlands Railway Station that enhances/encourages the movement of people.

Thank you to those who participated.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please take a few minutes to complete the survey by 22 February 2019.

    Please take a few minutes to complete the survey by 22 February 2019.

    Consultation has concluded