Munroe Road, Ranui - New footpath Munroe Road, Ranui - New footpath
Proposal status: Feedback closed 12 May 2022
Reference number: FP1920-014
In April 2022, we proposed changes to improve pedestrian safety on Munroe Road in Ranui by installing a footpath from 11 to 47 Munroe Road. These changes will make sure people can walk safely in the area to access local amenities.
After reviewing all the feedback, we are proceeding with the work as proposed. These works will help support our Vision Zero goal. This proposal is supported with funding from the Auckland regional fuel tax.
What happens next
We anticipate the changes will be constructed in August 2022. We will be in touch with local residents and businesses prior to any construction taking place.
Thank you for helping us make better decisions for your neighbourhood, informed by your local knowledge.
The following is a summary of your feedback and our responses to community questions:
- Request for a proper and safer crossing at the Metcalfe roundabout
Upgrades to this roundabout are outside the scope of this project however, they have been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.
- Concerned about visibility issues when exiting Munroe Road, especially at 35 Monroe Road
The new footpath will extend the driveway closer to the road which will give a better view past the retaining wall. This will also remove the parking here which will remove the issue of parked vehicles blocking visibility when looking right while exiting the driveway of 35 Munroe Road.
- Requests to provide a single parking for residents next to the retaining wall outside 35 to 39
We are only proposing to remove parking where necessary to create the footpath around the retaining wall. We are unable to both provide the footpath and retain more parking.
We're proposing improvements in your area
As part of our works to keep Aucklanders moving, we are proposing to install a footpath from 11 to 47 Munroe Road, Ranui.
We are proposing to:
- Install a new footpath from 11 to 47 Munroe Road. The footpath will be slightly elevated to the height of the kerb line so pedestrians are clearly visible to drivers. This will also involve reinstating the grass berm for the new footpath.
- Install kerb ramps between the footpath and the intersections of Greenberry Drive and Munroe Road and Ferngrove Avenue and Munroe Road. The kerb ramp will enable pedestrians to safely move between the footpath and across the road. Both kerb ramps will have tactile pavers, which are yellow guidance paving markers to help visually impaired people find their way to crossins and safely across roads.
- Paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) from 31 to 41 Munroe Road and on a small section to the left of 11 Munroe Road. This will remove a total of 8 on-street parking spaces.
The broken yellow lines are needed to provide enough road width for passing vehicles, as the footpath will have to follow outside of the existing yellow retaining wall.
- Re-align the kerb line from 33 to 41 Munroe Road to follow the new footpath.
Download the proposal drawing for Munroe Road (PDF 1.7MB)
There is currently no footpath for pedestrians along this section of Munroe Road. We are proposing to install a footpath here so people can walk safely to access local amenities. The proposed changes will also ensure that pedestrians are clearly visible to drivers entering and exiting their driveways by providing a clear division between the footpath, the road, and private driveway entrances.
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.
Ranui: 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 Munroe Road 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).