Consultation status: open until 13 April 2018
Proposal reference: RTV-151
We are proposing a range of new traffic calming measures and pedestrian crossing facilities in Mount Albert, between Carrington Road and St Lukes Road. These changes include new pedestrian crossing points, “Slow” road markings, signage, speed humps and a roundabout.
There are five clusters of streets you can give your feedback on. Click on the following links to see more information about each cluster, download a consultation drawing and give your feedback:
Cluster 1 - Carrington Rd, Segar Ave, Tasman Ave, Fontenoy St and Fifth Ave
We are proposing new “Slow” road markings and signage at the intersections of Carrington Road and Segar Avenue, Tasman Avenue, Fontenoy Street and Fifth Avenue.
Cluster 2 - Seaview Tce, Thomas Ave, Grant St and Braemar Tce
We are proposing new crossings, kerb and footpath changes and “Slow” road markings and signage in selected areas of Seaview Terrace, Thomas Avenue, Grant Street and Braemar Terrace. These changes involve the removal of some on-street parking.
Cluster 3 - Parkdale Rd, Guardwell Tce, Fifth Ave, Leone Tce, Linwood Ave and Monaghan Ave
We are proposing new crossings on Parkdale Road, Guardwell Terrace, Fifth Avenue, Leone Terrace and Linwood Avenue and a speed hump on Monaghan Avenue. These changes involve the removal of some on-street parking.
Cluster 4 - Segar Ave, Norgrove Ave, Rawalpindi St, Fontenoy Street and Parkdale Rd
We are proposing a new Give Way on Segar Avenue, new crossings on Norgrove Avenue and Rawalpindi Street and a new roundabout at the intersection of Fontenoy Street and Parkdale Road. These changes involve the removal of some on-street parking.
Cluster 5 - Linwood Ave, St Lukes Rd and Challinor Cr
We are proposing new “Slow” road markings and signage at the intersection of Linwood Avenue and St Lukes Road, a new crossing on Challinor Crescent and a new speed hump on Linwood Avenue.
Why the changes are needed
These changes aim to improve road safety by reducing traffic speeds and providing better crossing points for pedestrians.
If you would like to post in your feedback, download and print our feedback form template, fill in your details and send it freepost using the address details on the form.