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Turramurra Community Hub

Transport Scenario Testing Study
Progress Note – April 2016

Turramurra Community Hub
Transport Scenario Testing
Progress Note
Client: Ku-ring-gai Council
Job Number: 16S120
Issue: A
Date: 28/04/16

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A 28/04/16 Progress Note Alan Stewart Matthew Houlden Alan Stewart

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents
1.  Introduction 1 

1.1  Project Objectives 1 
1.2  Project Program 1 
1.3  Progress Reporting 1 

2.  Progress Summary 2 

2.1  Understanding Turramurra Land Use & Transport (100%) 2 
2.2  Develop Existing “AIMSUN” Transport Model (100%) 2 
2.3  Assessing Council Future Land Uses (100%) 2 
2.4  Land Use Options Assessment & Transport Options Development (80%) 3 
2.5  Overall Study Report & Recommendations (70%) 3 

Appendices

Turramurra Existing Land Uses 
Peak Hour (PM/Saturday) Traffic Survey Summary 
Transport Stakeholder Meeting Minutes 
Future Strategic Land Use Plan (LEP & Masterplan Site) 
Existing Road Network Operational Assessment 
Proposed Turramurra Land Use Master Plan 
Traffic Generation Calculations (PM/SAT) Peak Hour 
Future 2036 Land Use Operational Assessment (With & Without Rail Bridge) 
Turramurra Strategic Traffic Plan 

Tables

Table 2.1: Traffic Generation Summary – LEP Wider Development + Master Plan Option 3 
Table 2.2 – Modelling Matrix 3 

Figures

Figure 1.1: Estimated Project Program 1 

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1. It also provides an indication of the relative traffic generation and road network operation as a result of the master plan option developed by Ku-ring-gai Council on the Ray Street site. Forbes Lane and the Railway line. This has since been revised given other priorities which arose in the lead up to Xmas with the revised program provided in Figure 1.2 Project Program The original program was estimated to be 12 weeks from the 08th October 2015 inception meeting with an estimated completion date of 01st February 2016.1.1 Project Objectives The primary objectives of the study are as follows: To development a suitable transport modelling tool that can adequately assess the transport impacts of future LEP land uses together with the master planning option proposed by Council for the site bounded by Ray Street.1: Estimated Project Program 1 Understand  Turramurra Land Use  & Transport Nov 2015 Develop Existing Base  Model e  2 (Incl.3 Progress Reporting The reporting of tasks undertaken against each of the key headings in Figure 1.1 Figure 1.1 is outlined in Section 2 of this progress note. 16S120 Issue: A . Transport Scenario Testing. 1. 1. To develop a transport solution which supports the master plan proposals and the future redevelopment potential of the wider Turramurra Local Centre. William Street. Progress Note Page 1 .28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub. Calibration/Validation) Jan/Feb 2016 3 Prepare  Demands  & Distribution  for Future Land Uses  & Assess  Transport  Impacts March/April 2016 4 Determine  if future land uses  can  be supported  by the future  Transport  Network April 2016 5 Prepare  Report &  Recommendations April/May 2016 At this stage it is estimated that a draft report would be provided by the end of April 2016 or at the latest early May 2016. Introduction This progress note has been prepared for Ku-ring-gai Council to provide an indication of progress of this study to date under this commission.

(Refer Appendix G) Traffic Generation/Demand calculated for the PM/SAT peak hour for the Master Plan Land Use Option utilising current industry trip generation rates (Summarised in Table 2. Undertook Transport Surveys & Analysis (Traffic Counts.  Base Model Development Report Prepared and submitted to RMS. (Refer Appendix A for existing land uses) Obtained SCATS IDM and other key traffic signal data from RMS in support of the traffic model development. (Refer separate report dated 08th February 2016 already issued to Council and RMS)  PM/SAT Existing Road Network operation assessed and reported.3 Assessing Council Future Land Uses (100%) The following key tasks have been completed under this scope item: Future LEP Development and Proposed Master Plan Option Analysed (Refer Appendix F for Masterplan Details) Traffic Generation/Demand calculated for the PM/SAT peak hour for the wider Turramurra Local Centre utilising current industry trip generation rates (Summarised in Table 2.1 Understanding Turramurra Land Use & Transport (100%) The following key tasks were completed under this scope item: Undertook a background review of key Council and other Turramurra related documents. Progress Note Page 2 . Visited the site on numerous occasions to observe and understand the transport and land use environment.  PM/SAT Calibrated and Validated.  PM/SAT Vehicle Trip Matrices Developed.1) and referred to as the future baseline. Transport Scenario Testing.1).2 Develop Existing “AIMSUN” Transport Model (100%) The following key tasks were completed under this scope item:   Road Network Coded. including Census 2011.28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub.2. (Separate videos provided to RMS) 2. (Refer Appendix G) 16S120 Issue: A .  Public Transport (Buses) Timetables Entered PM/SAT. (refer Appendix C for stakeholder minutes) Agreed with Ku-ring-gai Council a realistic future land use yield for the broader Turramurra Local Centre (refer Appendix D for agreed land use plan). Conducted a transport Stakeholder “Issues Workshop” and followed up stakeholders who did not attend the workshop to obtain their feedback/input. Progress Summary 2.  PM/SAT Vehicle Trip Matrices Assigned to the Network. 2. Travel Times and Pedestrian Movement Surveys) – Refer Appendix B for summary traffic counts. (Refer Appendix E for operational data)  AIMSUN Base Models presented to Transport Stakeholders.

analysed and reported using the existing road network. 2026 & 2036. The following initial recommendations have been established:  The proposed strategic traffic plan (Refer Appendix H) both with and without the new rail bridge was determined to provide improved operational performance for Turramurra. These options were able to support Councils Master Plan proposals including the wider LEP development and are likely to be supported by RMS.1 indicates that the total net traffic generation on a Saturday is significantly higher than on a weekday.4 Land Use Options Assessment & Transport Options Development (80%) The following key tasks have been completed under this scope item noting the transport modelling matrix provided in Table 2. 2. 2.Table 2.5 Overall Study Report & Recommendations (70%) The overall draft study report is currently being compiled with almost all analysis completed. Traffic Generation. Progress Note Page 3 . Transport Scenario Testing.1: Traffic Generation Summary – LEP Wider Development + Master Plan Option PM Traffic Option Generation Sat Traffic Generation LEP Wider Development (Residential + Mixed Use) 339+236 339+669 Master Plan Option (Includes Reduction from Existing 304 434 Land Uses on site) Total 879 1442 Table 2.2: Table 2.  PM/SAT Future Baseline + Master Plan Land Use Option + Strategic Traffic Plan (with and without the rail bridge).28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub.  The proposed strategic traffic plan without the rail bridge however does result in some isolated local issues related to queuing on the Turramurra Avenue approach extending beyond Gilroy Lane and on the Ray Street approach extending beyond Forbes Lane. 16S120 Issue: A . Assignment and Distribution Assumptions determined based on a combination of BTS journey to work and Census population density data Background traffic growth (external influences) for the Pacific Highway estimated from outputs received from the Sydney Transport Model (STM) for 2016.  There is improved performance on the Pacific Highway.2 – Modelling Matrix Proposed Road  Proposed Road  Proposed Road  Infrastructure (Traffic  Infrastructure (Traffic  Infrastructure (Traffic  Forecast  Existing Road  Plan) ‐ Excluding Rail  Plan) ‐ Including Rail  Plan) with Amendments ‐ Demands Demands Description Year Infrastructure Bridge Bridge Including Rail Bridge LEP Retail/ Commercial/  Residential Development  (Provided by KMC) 2026 1A PM √ √ √ 1B SAT √ √ √ Above + Masterplan Option  Development 2036 2A PM √ √ √ 2B SAT √ √ √  PM/SAT Future Baseline Models run. analysed and reported (Refer Appendix H).

 Further detailed refinement of the strategic traffic plan is required in order to address the localised issues identified to date. Progress Note Page 4 . A Draft Turramurra study report will be prepared and submitted to Ku-ring-Gai Council by the end of April 2016 or early in May 2016. Transport Scenario Testing. without the inclusion of a new rail bridge. then all of these are essential to maintain the efficient traffic and transport operation of Turramurra.  In relation to the three infrastructure proposals previously rescinded by Ku-ring-gai Council. 16S120 Issue: A . should the new rail bridge be part of the road infrastructure proposals then the new road link of Gilroy Road could potentially be excluded.  However.  The proposed strategic traffic plan including the rail bridge (Refer Appendix H) provides a better outcome from a traffic operational perspective with no queues developing on Turramurra Avenue but similar issues still occurring on the Ray Street approach.28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub.

Turramurra Existing Land Uses 16S120 Issue: A .28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub. Progress Note Page 5 . Transport Scenario Testing.

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Progress Note Page 6 .28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub.Peak Hour (PM/Saturday) Traffic Survey Summary 16S120 Issue: A . Transport Scenario Testing.

Turramurra Community Hub .Existing PM/Saturday Peak Hour Volumes PM SAT PM SAT 32 16 24 31 80 76 17 11 Eastern Rd Gilroy Rd Ray St William Ave 75 3 PM 31 81 PM Turramurra Ave 109 2 SAT 9 75 SAT PM 100 18 79 96 PM PM SAT 21 232 PM SAT 84 11 66 164 SAT 32 9 13 280 SAT PM SAT 15 28 1 1 Rohini St PM SAT 80 35 PM SAT 44 51 180 199 55 68 Ku-ring-gai Ave Forbes Ln PM 5 8 13 8 PM 152 16 SAT 8 6 13 14 Gilroy Ln 17 PM SAT 137 28 18 33 23 PM 17 SAT 7 43 12 SAT Bus Interchange PM 28 118 SAT 43 113 PM SAT PM SAT PM SAT PM SAT 126 109 121 34 PM 1945 2534 74 62 104 PM PM SAT 194 53 PM PM SAT 3 148 PM PM SAT 2150 2740 2024 2631 79 65 SAT 113 162 2131 2751 87 SAT 156 140 181 128 SAT 75 71 13 219 SAT 40 81 2079 2698 2057 2755 2165 2893 Pacific Hwy PM SAT PM SAT PM SAT PM SAT PM SAT PM SAT 2387 2088 PM SAT 2298 1984 2478 2165 50 82 71 85 2402 2138 54 32 42 56 184 153 2284 1984 2331 2053 2320 2041 55 PM 64 260 PM 59 SAT 85 279 SAT Duff St Kissing Point Rd .

Transport Scenario Testing.Transport Stakeholder Meeting Minutes 16S120 Issue: A . Progress Note Page 7 .28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub.

around a town square and linear open space parks. provided by RMS. NSW Taxi Council (Manager Operations & Training) Gordon Hunt (GH) . (Refer attached PDF PowerPoint presentation) 3. RMS Network Operations (TMC) Gareth Rapp (GR) .au Page 1 of 3 . Metis Consultants Apologies: Steve Scott (SS) – Transdev (Bus Operator) Distribution: All Attendees Item Action Date AS provided a brief overview of the meeting purpose and round table NA 1. Note stakeholders. Gordon Purpose: Transport Stakeholder Meeting Joseph Piccoli (JP) – KMC Strategic Transport Engineer Louise Drum (LD) .com.e. TfNSW Transport Services Division (Bus Contracts) Attendees: Siu-Kuen Keung (SK) . a new library & community space and residential apartments designed 6. AS explained the proposed masterplan being considered for Turramurra NA Note including a new retail supermarket together with specialty retail uses. AS explained the format of the meeting and presented the project to NA 2. Note NA AS and TC explained the modelling methodology and extents to be NA adopted for this study including the traffic input data (i. AS responded that these were not surveyed but rather observed on site. AS described the traffic plan which was prepared in 2008 as part of a NA 5.peopletrans. PeopleTrans Barry Li (BL) – Project Manager.Meeting Minutes Job Number: 16S120 Rep Alan Stewart Date: 26/02/16 Job Name: Turramurra Community Hub Transport Study Time: 11:00pm-12:30pm Ku-ring-gai Council Client: Ku-ring-gai Council Location: Offices. travel time surveys etc. PeopleTrans Teck Kean Chin (TC) – Principal Modeller. intersection counts. KMC Senior Urban Designer Nick Abrahim (NA) . GH commented that it would be useful to understand the quantum of PeopleTrans Action new residents and employment that the masterplan would generate so www.) Note SK asked if queue length surveys were undertaken. AS explained the project objectives and scope of the project. Note previous town centre land use study. RMS Network Operations (TMC) Alan Stewart (AS) – Project Director. Note introductions were conducted. IDM data 4.

that an appreciation of the future demands for public transport/buses could be better understood. Responses received were as follows: Buses (Comments from GH) PeopleTrans/Metis Note No significant issues. 7.4 Pedestrians (Comments from JP) PeopleTrans/Metis Note www. Wayfinding indicating location of taxi ranks is important. There has been very little growth over the past years in bus usage in Turramurra. Bus patronage is low. Any future proposals should include shared pedestrian/cyclist aspects. Where the bicycle routes cross the Pacific Highway it is intended for them to be shared paths using the traffic signal crossings.3 Park/Uni. AS asked stakeholders for their knowledge of any known issues and 7. The new traffic plan could increase bus running times due to increased Km’s and potentially require some new buses. There is an intention to use Route T2 via a future road reservation to avoid the difficult section of Kissing Point Road. Bus services are very local. The existing bus interchange is old and could do with 7. shelter and lighting. There was a recent fatal cyclist accident on this route which involved a group of cyclists. Buses are impacted by congestion in Rohini Street (southbound). This route feeds directly to Macquarie 7. 7.2 The existing taxi rank has capacity for 2 taxis. Bicycles (Comments from JP) PeopleTrans/Metis Note Route T1 along Kissing Point Road is a steep and windy route as it approaches Pacific Highway.peopletrans. Taxis (Comments from AN) PeopleTrans/Metis Note There are no pedestrian crossings in close proximity to the existing taxi rank on Rohini Street. Future needs should include an additional taxi rank on the masterplan site side of Turramurra including wheelchair accessible spaces.1 being modernised. New bridge over railway between Ray St and Rohini Street may improve access for the 571/572/573 routes. The existing taxi rank is used primarily to take people to the SAN hospital.au Page 2 of 3 .com. initiatives of potential improvements in relation to the specific transport modes.

The demonstration of the AIMSUN microsimulation models were delayed Metis to provide PM & 29/02/16 until the end of the meeting but due to IT issues could not be run. AS thanked the attendees. This report would be provided to stakeholders for further comment prior to finalising. TMC. It was Saturday peak hour 8. RMS Network Operations (Comments from SK) Maintain existing number of signalised intersections i. agreed that peak hour AIMSUN videos would be created and provided to models to TMC.peopletrans. Note NA www. (Actioned 01/03/16) AS explained that the next steps were to assess the impacts of the PeopleTrans/Metis Note proposed masterplan on the transport network and prepare a draft 9.e. Where new traffic signals are proposed unless there are valid reasons all legs of the intersection should include pedestrian crossings.5 Avenue intersection and that there are no filter turns. Support new signalised intersection at Turramurra Ave and Pacific Highway and removing existing signals at Rohini Rd and Pacific Highway. The right turn bay on the bend may need to be extended. The meeting closed at 1pm. Need to review the Council PAMP to ensure that any improvements proposed are incorporated within the study.au Page 3 of 3 . do not introduce more. Not aware of any proposals to widen Pacific Highway bridge over North Shore railway line.com. report which was proposed to be completed at the end of April 2016. Need to ensure sight lines are ok at the Turramurra 7. 10. No further update on Pinch Points program.

Transport Scenario Testing. Progress Note Page 8 .Future Strategic Land Use Plan (LEP & Masterplan Site) 16S120 Issue: A .28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub.

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Progress Note Page 9 . Transport Scenario Testing.Existing Road Network Operational Assessment 16S120 Issue: A .28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub.

4 3.6 3.8 15.7 18.5 1.7 F E 8 Turramura Ave / Gilroy Ln 1.7 3.6 0.8 F B 3 Pacific Highway / Kissing Point Road 54.4 0.9 A A 4 Pacific Highway (West) 10.1 A A 12 Gilroy Rd (east) 0.3 A A .5 A A 5 Rohini Street (north) 195.8 A A 8 Turramura Ave (north) 1.8 D B 5 Pacific Highway / Rohini Street 144.1 0.2 A A 3 Kissing Point Road (south) 143.5 2.1 32.5 41.6 4.5 A A 9 Rohini St (north) 3.8 17.7 C A 1 Duff St (South) 60.5 45.0 A A 7 Ku‐ring‐Gai Ave (north) 22.8 60.5 0.1 27.6 17.6 A A 3 Pacific Highway (West) 29.9 1.6 F F 5 Pacific Highway (East) 259.4 29.4 A A 11 Forbes Ln / Ray St 1.2 F C 10 Willim St / Fobes Ln 1.8 A A 8 Turramura Ave (south) 1.1 A A 11 Ray St (north) 0.0 F F 6 Pacific Highway / Turramurra Ave 117.4 C B 9 Rohini St / Eastern Rd 1.8 A A 4 William Street (north) 108.6 24.8 E B 2 Pacific Highway / Ray St 109.1 A A 12 Gilroy Rd / Gilroy Ln 1.4 0.9 A A 4 Pacific Highway (East) 0.0 F B 3 Pacific Highway (East) 61.3 A A 1 Pacific Highway / Duff St 39.0 A A 10 Willim St (south) 3.3 E D 4 Pacific Highway / William Street 6.0 1.3 A A 10 Willim St (north) 0.5 A A 11 Forbes Ln (east) 2.5 107.4 B A 6 Turramurra Ave (north) 26.1 0.4 B B 7 Pacific Highway (East) 0.4 A A 12 Gilroy Ln (south) 1.8 F F 5 Pacific Highway (West) 16.2 F D 6 Pacific Highway (West) 7.5 2.6 0.2 70.5 A A 2 Pacific Highway (East) 54.3 1.8 0.7 A A 9 Eastern Rd (east) 2.3 A A 11 Ray St (south) 0.3 0.0 0.7 13.7 1.3 52.5 B B 6 Pacific Highway (East) 221.4 81.8 1.2 65.5 A A 7 Pacific Highway (West) 0.6 F E 1 Pacific Highway (West) 74.1 F C 2 Pacific Highway (West) 175.1 1.8 A A 9 Rohini St  (south) 0.2 2.8 E C 7 Pacific Highway / Ku‐ring‐Gai Ave 0.5 A A 12 Gilroy Rd (west) 2.0 13.1 D B 2 Ray St (north) 65.Turramurra Existing Base Model LOS Summary Intersection Approach Name PM Delay SAT Delay PM LoS SAT LoS Intersection Intersection Name PM Delay SAT Delay PM LoS SAT LoS 1 Pacific Highway (East) 10.2 24.8 0.5 A A 8 Gilroy Ln (west) 3.1 22.0 0.9 1.

28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub. Progress Note Page 10 .Proposed Turramurra Land Use Master Plan 16S120 Issue: A . Transport Scenario Testing.

04. BLG A RESI PA RK SUPERMARKET LOADING LOADING BLG B RESI BLG D RESI BLG D RETAIL RA STAGING LI NE ILW AY SUPERMARKET GA ENTRANCE & BLG C RD TRAVELATOR RESI RE E NS BLG C A TOTAL BLG C RETAIL SQU RETAIL 710sqm N TOW BLG E 8300x8300mm STRUCTURAL GRID RETAIL TOTAL BLG E RETAIL 750sqm FORB ES LA NE Y LIBRAR UPPER GROUND FLOOR PLAN CHROFI DATE 07.2016 ISSUE C TURRAMURRA COMMUNITY HUB .

395sqm C PAVILION .615sqm A A .615sqm A PUBLIC 890sqm B .615sqm A A .680sqm D .890sqm B2 FLOOR PLAN B1 FLOOR PLAN LOWER GROUND FLOOR PLAN UPPER GROUND FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR PLAN RESIDENTIAL TOTAL 5195sqm RESIDENTIAL TOTAL 5195sqm RESIDENTIAL TOTAL 4695sqm RESIDENTIAL TOTAL 615sqm PUBLIC 890sqm PUBLIC 600sqm A .115sqm C C C C .890sqm LIBRARY & COMMUNITY .1440sqm C .615sqm A A .1020sqm B D C . GRAND TOTAL RESIDENTIAL 22495sqm GRAND TOTAL PUBLIC 4445sqm B2 PARKING 12200sqm B1 PARKING 12200sqm PARKING 5520sqm RESIDENTIAL TOTAL 2250sqm RESIDENTIAL TOTAL 5195sqm SUPERMARKET 4895sqm RETAIL 1795sqm PUBLIC 975sqm RETAIL 750sqm PUBLIC 1090sqm A .1240sqm D .600sqm SECOND FLOOR PLAN THIRD FLOOR PLAN FOURTH FLOOR PLAN FIFTH FLOOR PLAN CHROFI GBA TOTALS DATE 07.1400sqm C C E E E E .1440sqm C .615sqm A B .85sqm E .750sqm LIBRARY & COMMUNITY .750sqm E .85sqm E GALLERY .2016 ISSUE C TURRAMURRA COMMUNITY HUB .560sqm B .710sqm POP-UP POP-UP E GALLERY .1110sqm D .615sqm A A .1110sqm B D B D 750sqm C .890sqm LIBRARY & COMMUNITY .1440sqm C C .1240sqm B .750sqm LIBRARY & COMMUNITY .1240sqm D .04.1110sqm D .750sqm E .150sqm D 335sqm D MULTIPURPOSE C .750sqm E .910sqm B D B D B .

SCALE 1:750 CHROFI SECTIONS DATE 31.2016 ISSUE B TURRAMURRA COMMUNITY HUB .03.SCALE 1:1000 SECTION C .5M HEIGHT CONTROL LIBRARY PUBLIC SPACE LINEAR PARK SUPERMARKET PARKING BASEMENT 1 BASEMENT 2 SECTION B .5M HEIGHT CONTROL RESIDENTIAL COURTYARD RESIDENTIAL RAY ST LOADING RETAIL LINEAR PARK RAILWAY GARDENS SUPERMARKET BASEMENT 1 BASEMENT 2 SECTION A .SCALE 1:500 BOUNDARY BOUNDARY PACIFIC HIGHWAY FORBES LANE 17.THROUGH RAY ST .CARPARK ENTRY AND RESIDENTIAL BUILDING B . BOUNDARY BOUNDARY 17.THROUGH LINEAR PARK .

Progress Note Page 11 .Traffic Generation Calculations (PM/SAT) Peak Hour 16S120 Issue: A .28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub. Transport Scenario Testing.

5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.65/3 Bed  12 East 35 11 24 100 High Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 20 12 8 10 10 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 21 13 8 11 10 0.65/3 Bed  1 West 12 7 5 34 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 7 4 3 3 4 2 West 49 15 34 140 High Density 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 14 9 5 7 7 3 West 135 41 94 385 High Density 0.65/3 Bed  17 East 15 9 6 43 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 8 5 3 4 4 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 39 23 16 20 19 4 West 74 22 52 211 High Density 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 13 8 5 7 6 21 East 54 16 38 154 High Density 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.65/3 Bed  10 West 10 6 4 29 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 6 3 3 3 3 0.65/3 Bed  16 East 22 13 9 63 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 12 7 5 6 6 0.65/3 Bed  9 West 10 6 4 29 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 6 3 3 3 3 0.65/3 Bed  6 West 7 4 3 20 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 4 2 2 2 2 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 16 9 7 8 8 22 East 55 17 38 157 High Density 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.65/3 Bed  14 East 26 16 10 74 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 15 9 6 7 8 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 46 27 19 23 23 20 East 45 14 31 128 High Density 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 10 6 4 5 5 24 East 52 16 36 148 High Density 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 10 6 4 5 5 TOTAL 965 344 618 2750 436 Total 339 201 138 170 169 3186 .65/3 Bed  11 East 19 11 8 54 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 11 6 5 5 6 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 16 10 6 8 8 0.65/3 Bed  13 East 15 9 6 43 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 8 5 3 4 4 0.65/3 Bed  7 West 6 4 2 17 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 3 2 1 2 1 8 West 56 17 39 160 High Density 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 15 9 6 8 7 25 East 35 11 24 100 High Density 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 16 10 6 8 8 23 East 35 11 24 100 High Density 0.65/3 Bed  18 East 7 4 3 20 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 4 2 2 2 2 19 East 157 47 110 447 High Density 0.5/2 Bed Dwelling & 0.Likely Town Centres LEP Residential Development Uptake Trip Generation  Location Relative to  Net Increase in  Assumed  Peak Hour Trip  Site Pacific Highway Residential Dwellings 2 Bedrooms (Max) 3 Bedrooms (Min) People No's Residential Type Peak Hour Generation Rate Generation PM In PM Out Sat In Sat Out 0.65/3 Bed  5 West 12 7 5 34 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 7 4 3 3 4 0.65/3 Bed  15 East 22 13 9 63 Medium Density Dwelling (RMS GTTGD) 12 7 5 6 6 0.

Likely Town Centres LEP Retail‐Commercial Development Uptake Trip Generation  Area (Sqm  PM Traffic  Sat Traffic  Site Use GFA) Generation Source PM In PM Out Gen Source Sat In Sat Out 4.2 per 100m2 GFA (RMS  Commercial ‐361 ‐4 GTTGD) 0 ‐4 Sub‐Total 1 6278 236 Sub‐Total 1 125 111 669 334 335 .7 sp / 100sqm (RMS  23 Retail 3200 108 GTTGD) 54 54 305 GTTGD) 152 153 1.2 per 100sqm GFA (RMS  10.7 sp / 100sqm (RMS  Retail 3559 120 GTTGD) 60 60 305 GTTGD) 152 153 8 1.2 per 100sqm GFA (RMS  10.7 sp / 100sqm (RMS  Retail 695 23 GTTGD) 12 11 59 GTTGD) 30 29 22 1.2 per 100m2 GFA (RMS  Commercial ‐329 ‐4 GTTGD) 0 ‐4 4.2 per 100sqm GFA (RMS  10.2 per 100m2 GFA (RMS  Commercial ‐486 ‐6 GTTGD) ‐1 ‐5 4.

12 479 Sub‐Total 1 235 244 612 311 301 Notes: 304 151 153 434 220 214 1.75) 64 63 1.2 Where residential is classified as high density then the proportion of 2 bedroom apartments to 3 bedroom apartments is 30%/70%.35 PER 100sqm GFA  11. 2.025 per 100sqm GFA  Coles Supermarket 1443 119 (RMS x .3 The average sizes of 2 bed and 3 bed apartments are 110m2 and 150m2 respectively. In order to calculate the number of units from GFA the following has been assumed: 2.03 to 1 20683 44 0.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) Residential (High Density) 27 17 22 22 Liquor 121 0 Multi‐Purpose Trip 0 0 Multi‐Purpose Trip 25% total (90% out and  25% of all spaces (70% in  Commuter Car Park 100 25 10% in) 3 22 25 and 30% out) 18 7 Sub‐Total 1 29329.7 sp / 100sqm (RMS  Specialty Retail 2223 75 GTTGD) 37 38 190 GTTGD) 95 95 FSR 3.75) 60 60 127 (RTA x.xlsx .75) 143 144 4.025 per 100sqm GFA  Supermarket 3251 269 (RMS x . Existing Uses on the site include a Library. Turramurra Town Centre Master Plan Existing Site Land Uses Traffic Generation  Existing Land Uses  on Current  Area (Sqm  PM Traffic  Sat Traffic  Masterplanned Site Use GFA) Generation Source PM In PM Out Gen Source Sat In Sat Out Turramurra Library 660 46 1 mvmt per sp 23 23 46 1 mvmt per sp 23 23 10. 2. Turramurra Town Centre Master Plan (Ray Street Site) Traffic Generation  Area (Sqm  PM Traffic  Sat Traffic  Chrofi Option Use GFA) Generation Source PM In PM Out Gen Source Sat In Sat Out Community Facilities / Library 2952 66 1 mvmt per sp 33 33 66 1 mvmt per sp 33 33 10.2 per 100m2 GFA (RMS  Commercial 361 4 GTTGD) 0 4 25% total (90% out and  25% of all spaces (70% in  Commuter Car Park 20 5 10% in) 1 4 5 and 30% out) 4 1 Sub‐Total 1 175 Sub‐Total 1 84 91 178 91 87 C:\Users\alans\Dropbox (PeopleTrans)\Projects Sydney 16S\16S120 ‐ Turramurra Community Hub\7 Working Files\Land Use Traffic Generation\160308‐16S120 Development Scenarios MASTER trip generation tables.29/unit (RMS GTTGD) 44 0.1 Residential Uses are classified as high density apartments being 7 storeys high 2.75) 135 134 287 (RTA x.35 PER 100sqm GFA  11.2 per 100sqm GFA (RMS  10. Coles Supermarket (1443m2) and some commercial (361m2).

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4 B A 5 Pacific Highway (East) 11.5 A A 3 Pacific Highway / Kissing Point Road 16.0 A A 10 Willim St (south) 3.2 40.0 8.9 10.6 0.5 10.1 A A 2 Pacific Highway / Ray St 15.5 2.2 ‐0.5 0.6 12.3 A A 9 Rohini St  (south) 0.3 A A 1 Pacific Highway / Duff St 5.2 E D 8 Turramura Ave / Gilroy Ln 1.2 1.9 20.1 4.0 13.4 A A 12 Gilroy Rd (east) 0.1 C D 6 Pacific Highway (East) 10.3 B A 7 Ku‐ring‐Gai Ave (north) 9.8 A A 4 Pacific Highway (East) 1.6 B B 7 Pacific Highway / Ku‐ring‐Gai Ave 0.6 A A 12 Gilroy Ln (south) 1.2 2.1 A A 11 Ray St (north) 11.8 24.5 0.0 1.4 A A 12 Gilroy Rd / Gilroy Ln 1.6 A A 5 Rohini Street (north) 25.5 2.0 A A 7 Pacific Highway (West) 1.8 7.4 16.1 A A 3 Pacific Highway (West) 7.0 A A 5 Pacific Highway / Rohini Street 8.1 B A 3 Pacific Highway (East) 18.1 0.6 2.1 A B 10 Willim St / Fobes Ln 2.0 0.0 3.4 45.3 8.4 16.5 A A 4 Pacific Highway (West) 0.0 0.9 10.7 52.8 A A .2 A B 7 Pacific Highway (East) 0.8 1.8 A A 12 Gilroy Rd (west) 2.4 A A 11 Forbes Ln / Ray St 9.6 A A 11 Forbes Ln (east) 20.9 7.3 A A 9 Rohini St / Eastern Rd 1.2 B B 11 Ray St (south) 2.0 B B 6 Pacific Highway / Turramurra Ave 16.1 3.1 0.1 A A 6 Pacific Highway (West) 21.2 1.2036 Future Year Impact Assessment Summary (Future Baseline + Master Plan)+Rail Bridge Upgrade  Upgrade  Intersection Approach Name FRI Delay SAT Delay PM LoS SAT LoS Intersection Intersection Name PM Delay SAT Delay LoS LoS 1 Pacific Highway (East) 0.6 A A 4 William Street (north) 10.4 2.5 A A 3 Kissing Point Road (south) 56.6 9.3 0.1 A A 1 Duff St (South) 11.7 A A 2 Pacific Highway (East) 4.3 1.3 4.1 A A 2 Pacific Highway (West) 19.4 A A 8 Turramura Ave (south) 1.7 A A 8 Turramura Ave (north) 1.2 0.9 0.2 D C 4 Pacific Highway / William Street 0.5 B B 2 Ray St (north) 42.1 A A 5 Pacific Highway (West) 5.9 B B 1 Pacific Highway (West) 11.7 21.1 A A 10 Willim St (north) 0.1 A A 8 Gilroy Ln (west) 2.1 A A 9 Rohini St (north) 3.6 19.9 A A 9 Eastern Rd (east) 2.4 5.1 19.1 10.3 A A 6 Turramurra Ave (north) 40.

4 A A 4 Pacific Highway (West) 0.2036 Future Year Impact Assessment Summary (Future Baseline + Master Plan) NO Rail Bridge Upgrade  Upgrade  Intersection Approach Name FRI Delay SAT Delay AM LoS PM LoS Intersection Intersection Name FRI Delay SAT Delay LoS LoS 1 Pacific Highway (East) 0.8 A A 4 William Street (north) 10.2 A A 1 Pacific Highway / Duff St 6.7 C F 9 Rohini St (north) 3.1 A A 12 Gilroy Rd (west) 1.0 11.6 8.2 1.5 A A 9 Rohini St  (south) 0.2 A A 8 Gilroy Ln (west) 37.6 0.2 0.3 1.1 3.6 A B 11 Ray St (south) 3.4 A A 12 Gilroy Rd / Gilroy Ln 1.2 0.2 A B 10 Willim St / Fobes Ln 2.4 A A 5 Pacific Highway / Rohini Street 12.8 A B 7 Pacific Highway (East) 0.6 A A 12 Gilroy Ln (south) 1.2 10.3 B B 7 Pacific Highway / Ku‐ring‐Gai Ave 0.7 A A 12 Gilroy Rd (east) 0.3 2.8 18.0 A A 5 Pacific Highway (West) 9.4 A A 11 Forbes Ln / Ray St 5.2 82.5 12.4 16.6 14.5 6.2 0.9 7.7 A A 4 Pacific Highway (East) 1.3 2.0 0.3 28.2 1.0 0.4 13.9 A A 6 Pacific Highway (West) 25.6 0.6 A A .4 B B 2 Ray St (north) 38.7 52.0 1.7 A A 3 Pacific Highway / Kissing Point Road 17.0 16.3 2.8 A A 2 Pacific Highway (East) 8.0 A A 11 Forbes Ln (east) 8.9 B C 3 Pacific Highway (West) 6.0 A A 7 Pacific Highway (West) 1.8 B B 6 Pacific Highway / Turramurra Ave 22.0 5.5 17.2 E D 8 Turramura Ave / Gilroy Ln 16.9 13.6 0.3 A A 1 Duff St (South) 14.9 A A 2 Pacific Highway (West) 19.5 0.3 B A 7 Ku‐ring‐Gai Ave (north) 8.7 C C 4 Pacific Highway / William Street 1.5 A A 5 Rohini Street (north) 28.0 A A 9 Rohini St / Eastern Rd 1.5 18.1 0.3 0.1 A A 11 Ray St (north) 7.0 A A 6 Turramurra Ave (north) 64.5 22.9 19.9 B B 1 Pacific Highway (West) 13.0 21.2 E F 6 Pacific Highway (East) 13.5 35.3 0.1 124.7 A A 8 Turramura Ave (north) 16.6 A A 3 Kissing Point Road (south) 56.5 B B 3 Pacific Highway (East) 20.6 B C 8 Turramura Ave (south) 1.0 A A 10 Willim St (south) 3.0 1.1 A A 10 Willim St (north) 0.3 A A 9 Eastern Rd (east) 2.5 12.2 A A 2 Pacific Highway / Ray St 15.8 11.5 37.9 B B 5 Pacific Highway (East) 13.

Turramurra Strategic Traffic Plan 16S120 Issue: A . Progress Note Page 13 .28/04/16 Turramurra Community Hub. Transport Scenario Testing.