27 May 2015 Jetty4Shores Works – Changes to Pedestrian Access

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27 May 2015 Jetty4Shores Works – Changes to Pedestrian Access

​​​The work on the new Jetty4Shores Walkway linking the Jetty Strip to the historic jetty will mean a temporary change to pedestrian access into the Foreshores via the railway level crossing from Monday June 1 until June 15.

 

For two weeks, the footpath on the southern side of Marina Drive – from the ‘Whale Tail’ sculpture, across the level crossing and to the first roundabout at Jordan Esplanade - will be blocked off. Instead, pedestrians will need to use the northern footpath to cross over the level crossing and continue their journeys.

 

This can be reached by crossing the junction of Marina Drive and Orlando Street from the ‘Whale Tail’ side to the footpath near Fiasco’s Restaurant.

 

Signage warning pedestrians of the change – and to alert motorists to the increased numbers of pedestrians crossing the junction of Marina Drive and Orlando Street – is being installed. Vehicle access to the Foreshores via Marina Drive will not be affected by the works.