Council is encouraging locals to make use of the refuge island in Galena Street when traversing the busy road.
The island was funded by Roads and Maritime Services and installed by Council near McDonalds to slow traffic and increase pedestrian safety during crossings.
However one resident raised concerns at Council's February Local Committee Meeting that the island was not being utilised by pedestrians.
Council's Manager Infrastructure, Andrew Bruggy, said the concerns had been taken on board.
"It's a very busy street, and we had one resident with safety concerns around the island not being used," he said.
"While we don't enforce rules around crossing roads, we would strongly advise that pedestrians make use of any available crossing aids such as refuge islands and crossings.
"We'll also investigate parking around the island to try and provide maximum visibility, and as little congestion as possible."