Update 9 as at 21 June 2018  8.16pm

North Auckland

  • Tomorata Valley Road open.
  • Waiteitei Road in Wellsford open.
  • Old Kaipara Road open.
  • Old Woodcocks Road open.
  • Kaipara Flats Road open.
  • Wayby Station Road in Wellsford is open to one lane.
  • Wellsford Valley Road in Wellsford is open to one lane.
  • Whangaripo Valley Road is CLOSED in Wellsford, due to flooding.
  • Wayby Valley Road is CLOSED in Wellsford, due to flooding.
  • Falls Road is CLOSED in Warkworth, due to flooding.

Please take extra care and drive to the conditions.

West Auckland

  • No known issues.

Central Auckland

  • No known issues.

East Auckland

  • No known issues.

South Auckland

  • no known issues.

Auckland Transport

Thornbury Crescent, East Tamaki Heights - No stopping at all times restrictions Thornbury Crescent, East Tamaki Heights - No stopping at all times restrictions

Consultation status: closed 27 January 2017. Feedback results available.

We are looking to add No stopping at all times restrictions (broken yellow lines) on Thornbury Crescent in East Tamaki Heights.

Why changes are required

Vehicles parking on both sides of the road reduce accessibility to one car’s width and reduce visibility for vehicles travelling around the 90 degree bends.

Download the consultation plans for Thornbury Crescent (PDF 333KB)


The proposal received mixed feedback with some concerns raised by respondents. After reviewing this feedback and all other supporting evidence, the proposal will proceed without changes to the next stage of detailed planning.

Responses to specific feedback

Extension of proposed broken yellow lines

As a residential area, on-street parking is an important community resource and minimising its loss while still providing a safe environment is a key consideration for all our proposals, and as such the extension of the proposed broken yellow lines would be considered excessive for resolving the exiting issues.

Removal of berm

While on-street parking is a community resource, it is Auckland Transport’s role to manage its use so that it does not create network issues. In residential areas such as Thornbury Crescent where parking is used almost exclusively by residents, removal of the berm to mitigate the parking loss is not warranted as it will require the relocation of services and significant civil works to implement while providing minimal network benefits.

Will the same restrictions be used on Carousel Crescent?

The location in question already has similar parking controls in operation.

What will happen with residents that currently use this on-street parking?

While we expect that there will be some relocation of existing parking demand, the road widths in the area are suitable to allow for parking on both sides while still allowing at least one lane of traffic, and with the area’s low speed environment this is considered to be acceptable operation.

Next steps

We expect to introduce this work by June 2017, subject to any further changes in design or funding issues.

Contractors will issue 48-hour notice to all affected residents prior to construction work.