Council report says proposed one-way traffic loop around Cronulla CBD is not viable

 Potential clockwise and anticlockwise one-way loops were examined.
Potential clockwise and anticlockwise one-way loops were examined.

A proposed one-way traffic loop around the Cronulla CBD to relieve traffic congestion is not a viable option, a council study has found.

A staff report said the proposal would require substantial modification of eight or nine intersections and pedestrian crossings at a cost of more than $5 million, would result in the loss of about 40 on-street parking spaces and would not deliver worthwhile improvement to traffic congestion and travel times.