Consultation status: closed 14 October 2016
AT recently asked for your feedback on a proposal to extend the current cycle lane on Browns Bay Road.
We received a high volume of responses, some of which raised concerns about aspects of the proposal. We are now seeking your feedback on a revised proposal for a cycle lane on Browns Bay Road. The consultation period has been extended and will now close on Friday 14 October 2016.
View the revised proposal plan (PDF 10MB)
The existing cycle lane on Browns Bay Road ends at its intersection with Beach Road. We propose to extend the cycle lane through to Knights Road.
This extension of the cycle lane will be 1.8m wide, separated by a newly painted buffer. The flush median will be repainted to reflect the changes in width.
Anti-skid red strips will be added at both approaches to the S-bend near 121 and 102 Browns Bay Road. These strips are designed to alert drivers with a visual and rumble effect to encourage slower speeds along the bend.
Additionally, we are changing the advisory speed to ‘35km/h’ on the chevron boards to advise drivers of the appropriate speed along the bend.
Why changes are needed
These changes will increase safety for cyclists along this stretch of road.
Extending the cycle lane until Knights Road will provide even better accessibility for people on bikes along Browns Bay Road.