Commodore Drive, Lynfield - Broken Yellow Lines Commodore Drive, Lynfield - Broken Yellow Lines

Proposal status: Feedback open until 31 March 2023

Reference number: BYL-611

We're proposing improvements in your area

Aucklanders have told us that moving around our city safely and easily is important to them. We are proposing some improvements to your area.

We are proposing to:

  • Paint broken yellow lines from 24 to 30 Commodore Drive. This will result in the removal of 9 parking spaces.

We would like to hear from you about the extent of the broken yellow lines we have proposed. We have proposed the minimum amount of parking removal required to improve visibility and movements around the bend, as we understand that parking can be important to the community.

But we would like to hear from you, as you have local knowledge of this area, if you think we should increase the parking removal.

Download the proposal drawing for Commodore Drive (PDF 210KB)

We received a request from the Puketāpapa Local Board, on behalf of your local community, to remove some parking spaces on this bend. This is because there have been near misses and buses have difficulty manoeuvring when cars are parked on both sides of the road. The parking restrictions will allow for better visibility and vehicle movements around the bend, for buses and other larger vehicles such as emergency service vehicles.

Give your feedback

What happens next

  • We’ll listen to all the feedback we receive, and then decide the best way to move forward.
  • We’ll post the outcome of this proposal and a summary of community feedback on this webpage.
  • We can email you the proposal outcome as soon as it’s ready – just select that option when you fill in the survey.

Lynfield: Safe with us

Auckland Transport cares for your safety. We want to make our roads safe for everyone, people walking and cycling, especially for our kids and senior citizens and people driving. Projects like this one around Commodore Drive are another step towards our goal of achieving no deaths or serious injuries on our roads. We are guided by the Vision Zero approach to transport safety, which prioritises human safety over other measures (like minor time saving).