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Does the parking allow for caravans at the Railway?
Is there an obvious way this can be staged?
How many car parks will be lost to parallel parking & did you look at nose to curb parking & raised pedestrian crossings like Dubbo & Wagga for instance
How is truck turning with the blisters from Orange Rd into Adelaide St?
Would the thoroughfare through from Adelaide st to Bernadi’s be wider to allow for a more park like set up which we could hold mini markets etc. It just looks a bit narrow..?
What happened to the trucks? I missed the start but don't recall seeing any trucks in the drawings.
In initial engagement we identified potential for long vehicle car parking in Farm Lane if went one way? Has this been considered?
Would council have to purchase the land for the car parks in Farm Lane
Sedan parking is fine but large number of farm / 4X4 drives need large parking spaces
Wouldn’t the staging priorities have input from the community groups and Council?
What is the demand for a cycle way in the areas indicated?
I agree with Mark Dicker, didn’t we look at one way street driving through Farm Lane too?
Cycleways: 1. Where do they go? They seem to start and finish without connection to anything. 2. The cycleways are against the parked cars, there should be some separation to reduce the impact of passengers opening the door - they don't have a mirror to look for cyclists. 3. Why are the cycleways bumped out towards the traffic.
1. Rear to kerb is less efficient as through traffic has to wait for the vehicle to reverse in, the same as parallel parking. Nose to kerb reduces the impact on through traffic. 2. Rear to kerb, and parallel parking both slow through traffic and can be used as a quasi traffic calming method.
It was only a little truck, what about the B-doubles?
trucks making deliveries into Banardis in Farm Lane already blocks traffic will that impact flow of traffic if one way?
Do we have typical cross sections?
Cycle path a great addition :)
Existing structures used by businesses owning land shown for proposed parking will pose major problems off Farm Lane
entry to Central Motel is blocked off, as well as passage beside Blayney Real Estate
How will motorists access the new Farm Lane car parks from Ogilvy Street other than through the supermarket car park?
When finished questions I do have my hand up.
Bus parking at train station if this road becomes one way passengers will be walking out into traffic to board the bus
I don’t think we get rid of all the trucks, as Sharon said, they come in and spend money…..
Agree with David re the retirement village and noise from trucks and plan for Goose Park and walk way
And Horse floats and trucks…
You sent that to me only Bruce, maybe you make it to everybody
Good idea Mark, it also sends a message that we welcome them here
I agree. Many long vehicles park along Adelaide street.
Barnardis is full of standard vehicles farm vehicles trailers etc is there space for long vehicle parking?
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Is there scope to explore car parking options behind businesses between Adelaide and Osman Streets.
Would a cycle path on the western side of Adelaide St joined across to the river walk pathway be a better option to cycle ways on both sides of Adelaide St? Most shops are on the eastern side of Adelaide St.
Is there space at the end of Ogilvy Street near the new cricket nets and the oval for parking and a turning circle for longer vehicles?
Great work Nick, a great start.
Thank you for the opportunty, looking so forward to seeing all the exciting opportunities coming to Blayney, their community and the tourists
Thank you for the opportunity to get information and provide some input