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Rangiwai Road, Titirangi - no stopping at all times restriction Rangiwai Road, Titirangi - no stopping at all times restriction

Consultation status: closed 9 February 2017

In 2016 we sought feedback on a proposal to extend the current No stopping at all times restriction (broken yellow lines) on Rangiwai Road in Titirangi. 

Following the feedback period we reviewed the proposal and have changed the original design. We are now seeking feedback on the revised proposal.

While the original proposal sought to extend broken yellow lines to the driveway outside 20 Rangawai Road, we now seek to extend the broken yellow lines all the way to the existing broken yellow lines. 

Extending these broken yellow lines will keep both lanes clear and reduce the potential for head-on collisions. 

Download the revised Rangiwai Road consultation plan (PDF 479KB)

Feedback results

The proposal received mixed feedback with some concerns raised. After revising the feedback and other supporting evidence, the revised proposal will proceed with changes to the next stage of detailed planning. 

The new broken yellow lines will connect with the existing broken yellow lines outside 20-24 Rangiwai Road, as per the revised proposal. 

Specific feedback

Reduce the speed limit of the road to increase visibility. There have not been any speed-related crashes on Rangiwai Road in the past five years and as such we cannot justify reducing the speed limit on this road. The proposed parking restrictions on the sharp bend will improve visibility and accessibility on Rangiwai Road. 

Extend restrictions further on Rangiwai Road. The issue was addressed in our second consultation, which included only a limited number of households directly affected by the removal of further parking. The feedback we received supported the proposal and as a result, we will extend the broken yellow lines will connect to the existing broken yellow lines. 

Next steps

We expect to start 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.