Randwick Traffic Committee
The Randwick Traffic Committee is a committee of Randwick City Council set up under a delegation from Transport for NSW (TfNSW), to deal with traffic matters on local roads.
On 1 December 2019, Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) and Transport for NSW (TfNSW) joined together to create one integrated TfNSW. All functions and responsibilities will now be performed by TfNSW and any references to Roads and Maritime Services are legally taken to mean TfNSW automatically.
A condition of the delegation from TfNSW is that the Council must take into account recommendations from the Traffic Committee. For information about the powers and functions of Traffic Committees go to this link Randwick City Council welcomes members of the public wanting to attend and speak at Traffic Committee meetings. For more information contact us.
The Traffic Committee generally meets at 9:30am, on the second Tuesday of each month (except for January when no meeting is arranged). Every attempt is made to prepare the Agenda and place it on this website one week prior to the meeting. Once finalised a link to the Agenda will appear below.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: In order to protect the health of members of our community, the representatives of other agencies and Council staff members, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Traffic Committee meetings are being undertaken as remote meetings - using MS Teams. The meetings starts at 9.30am.
Any members of the community, wishing to make representations regarding a matter listed within the Traffic Committee Agenda, must email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. Details on how to join the meeting would then be provided. Additionally, if a prospective participant wished to make a PowerPoint (or similar) presentation to the Committee, such presentation must be emailed to Council at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Randwick Traffic Committee is a Committee of Randwick City Council. Accordingly, all participants are expected to comply with the Council's Code of Conduct Policy PDF, 334.94 KB.
Please note that all Traffic Committee meetings are recorded.
The next meeting will be held on 9 May 2023
Current / Most Recent Business Papers: April 2023
Agenda Papers are now on the Business Papers and Minutes page
Note: The Traffic Committee recommendations contained within the Business Paper (aka Agenda) do not necessarily reflect the Committee’s final recommendation. Please check the Minutes to confirm decisions on matters.
Minutes of recent Traffic Committee Meetings
The April Minutes shown below are a draft version only and are not confirmed as finalised until a 14-day period has elapsed from the time of posting them. These Minutes will be deemed as finalised on 16 May, 2023 unless any matters are raised by Traffic Committee voting members or Councillors.
- April 2023 - Draft Minutes Only
- March 2023 Minutes
- February 2023 Minutes
- December 2022 Minutes
- November 2022 Minutes
- October 2022 Minutes
- September 2022 Minutes
- August 2022 Minutes
- July 2022 Minutes
- June 2022 Minutes
- May 2022 Minutes
The four permanent members of the Traffic Committee are representatives from:
- NSW Police
- Transport for NSW (TfNSW)
- Local State Member of Parliament for the location of the particular agenda items
- Randwick City Council.
Only permanent members have a vote on Traffic Committee recommendations and each vote has equal weight.
Only permanent members have the right to appeal a decision.
If the Local Member disagrees with any of the Traffic Committee recommendations, they may appeal to TfNSW or the Minister for Roads.
If the Police or TfNSW disagrees with any of the Traffic Committee recommendations, or with the Council's resolution on any Traffic Committee recommendation, they may lodge an appeal with the Sydney Regional Traffic Committee for determination. The Sydney Regional Traffic Committee is chaired by an independent chairperson and submissions and representations are welcomed.
Appeals by Traffic Committee members must be lodged, in writing, within 14 days of them receiving notification of the Council's decision on a recommendation. Action on an issue under appeal must stop until the appeal is determined.