WHATLEY CRESCENT is to be permanently closed to traffic between Hamilton and King William streets from June 11.
The area, which was blocked for a while in January, will be closed for more works on Bayswater’s new train station.
It will eventually be rerouted to link with Beechboro Road South.
Whatley’s shared path will be relocated to the north side, while cars will be rerouted to Olfe, Newton and Slade streets.
The car park on the corner of Coode Street and Railway Parade will remain open.
Public Transport Authority spokesperson David Hynes said wayfinding signs would help people get around
“The project team has put in place many directional signs to help alleviate any confusion and to help the community and visitors get accustomed to the changes,” Mr Hynes said.