Equitable Access Zone

Project Manager

Frank Squadrito
Project Manager for: 
Equitable Access Zone
(08) 9311 8111

Project Updates



Zone 7 update

September 3, 2019

On Wednesday 14 August, a progress update was provided to Lathlain neighbours whose residences front onto the park on Bishopsgate Street, Goddard Street, McCartney Crescent, and Roberts Road, and also those fronting the old bowling green site on Planet Street and Bishopsgate Street. 

The Zone 7 points that were shared were:

  • McCartney Crescent parking work within the road reserve, is a separate Lathlain Precinct redevelopment project.
  • These McCartney Crescent works were tendered separately to Zone 2 and 2X park works, in early 2019.
  • The McCartney Crescent contract works will commence at the end of the WAFL season Mineral Resources Park game commitments (September 2019). This is to allow continued street parking options close to the park during game days.   
  • The McCartney Crescent contract works will be completed prior to Christmas 2019.

Attached is plans showing the works taken from the tender document.



McCartney Crescent car parking designs finalised

April 1, 2019

Final plans for the McCartney Crescent car parking design are now available for information on this website. The main scope of the project was to ensure formal parking bays were available for patrons of the area with trees for shade and inclusions of ACROD bays to ensure accessibility for all. The works, which will likely commence in the second half of 2019 include the following:                        

  • Ninety five new car parking bays, including an additional five ACROD and eight motorcycle bays.
  • Construction of a high-quality path network along the perimeter.
  • Planting of 28 native trees. Existing Illawarra flame trees on the verge in poor health are planned to be removed but investigating relocating those in better health.
  • Associated improvements in landscaping treatments at strategic locations to improve the amenity of the area, for example adjacent to existing traffic calming and at the intersection of Lathlain Place/McCartney Crescent.

 For further information please contact Mr Frank Squadrito on 9311 8111.



Traffic counts throughout Lathlain

March 14, 2019

The Town will shortly be undertaking traffic counts on the majority of roads throughout Lathlain. There will be 44 traffic counters placed in strategic locations in the road network of Lathlain in the first week of April 2019 for about eight days (see the list). The information is being collected so that staff can undertake a full evaluation of existing traffic calming treatments already completed and provide a foundation for future engagement with relevant stakeholders. 

Lathlain is bounded by primary distributor roads in the north and east: Great Eastern Highway and Orrong Road, Roberts Road being a district distributor B in the south and Perth-Thornlie railway line in the west. Given the locality, cut-through traffic has been seen within the precinct’s road network. In addition, major developments are currently taking place in the precinct, such as the Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project. 

The Town has been taking measures to maintain residential amenity and road safety on one hand and support developments on the other hand. Traffic engineering consultants were engaged to undertake precinct-wide traffic studies and recommend suitable measures to control traffic distribution and to improve road safety. The Lathlain Traffic Management Plan was derived from the precinct-wide traffic studies and has been systematically implemented throughout the precinct since 2015. This plan was implemented with moderately higher intensity in the years of 2017 and 2018 before being suspended due to community concerns.

Should you require further information about traffic counting works, please contact the Town’s Technical Services staff, Patrick Bingham or Simon Lee, on 9311 8111. Traffic complaints or requests for traffic treatment should be addressed to the Town’s Traffic and Transport Engineer at admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au.

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