Planned minor improvements Planned minor improvements

AT will be implementing minor road improvements in Auckland to make it a safer and better place to live for all Aucklanders.

Go to our road works and disruptions page for information on road closures.

Search by suburb or street name in the search bar below to find planned minor improvements in your area. 

Location (suburb, street) Type of work being done Planned start Project drawings
Liverpool Street, Auckland CBD

We have received multiple requests from the community about safety risks caused by drivers ignoring the ‘No entry’ sign and driving uphill on Liverpool Street.

 In response, we are planning to:

  • implement a stop line at the bottom of the intersection of Liverpool Street and Turner Street to clearly indicate that the road is for one-way downhill travel
  • relocate the ‘No entry’ sign at 17A Liverpool Street to between 23 and 29 Liverpool Street
  • install new ‘No entry’ and stop signs opposite 23 Liverpool Street and paint new road markings to support the changes
  • remove the slip lane for access to 23 Liverpool Street from the bottom of the hill
  • remove the existing road marking and kerb line to create 5 new paid-parking spaces in the city centre paid-parking area.

This will benefit your neighbourhood by:

  • reducing the likelihood of head-on crashes between vehicles moving downhill and those unexpectedly traveling uphill
  • adding 5 new paid-parking spaces, which will improve safety by blocking uphill travel and slowing downhill traffic.

October 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 361KB)

Lincoln Road, between Central Park Drive and Universal Drive

The changes we’re making:

  • no stopping at all times (broken yellow lines) will be painted on missing sections of Lincoln Road, between Central Park Drive and Universal Drive
  • clearing access and re-allocating road space by removing some on-street parking
  • illegally parked vehicles on the new broken yellow lines may receive fines or be towed.

Benefits to the community:

  • clears and improves access and traffic flow for motorists travelling through the area
  • reduces disruptions and delays caused by parked vehicles.

 August to September 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 234KB)

David Avenue, Dennis Avenue and Grand Vue Road, Manurewa

To improve pedestrian safety, control speed and provide better visibility, we are proceeding with the proposed improvements:

  • Upgrade the existing pedestrian crossing. To provide a safe stopping place to wait for a gap in traffic, we will install pedestrian islands at 2 side-street intersections: 1. David Avenue and Grande Vue Road and 2. Dennis Avenue and Grande Vue Road. This will allow pedestrians to cross the road in 2 short legs and alert drivers to slow down on approach.
  • Repurpose on-street parking: one parking space on Dennis Avenue, 5 spaces on David Avenue and 18 on Grand Vue Road.

We expect construction to begin in late 2024 or early 2025.

To see the proposal and consultation feedback, visit Manurewa and Māngere Transport Choices.

Download proposal drawing (PDF 965KB)

Burundi Ave and Maplesden Drive, Manurewa

To improve pedestrian safety, control speed and provide better visibility, we are proceeding with the proposed improvements:

  • Upgrade the existing crossing to a raised crossing with pedestrian refuge islands, to provide a safe stopping place to wait for a gap in traffic. This will allow pedestrians to cross the road in 2 short legs and alert drivers to slow down on approach.
  • Repurpose 3 on-street parking spaces on Burundi Avenue. These areas will be marked with broken yellow lines (no stopping at any time) to ensure cars do not block the visibility of people crossing the road.
  • Upgrade stormwater drainage near the crossing to improve long-term maintenance and reduce flooding issues.

We expect construction to begin in late 2024 or early 2025.

To see the proposal and consultation feedback, visit Manurewa and Māngere Transport Choices.

Download proposal drawing (PDF 2.25MB)

Kerrydale Road and Gloucester Road, Manurewa

To improve pedestrian safety, control speed and provide better visibility, we are proceeding with the proposed improvements:

  • Upgrade the existing central island to a pedestrian refuge crossing, to provide a safe stopping place to wait for a gap in traffic. This will allow pedestrians to cross the road in 2 short legs and alert drivers to slow down on approach.
  • Add new pram crossings, to facilitate pedestrian movement.
  • Widen the footpath on the southern side of the intersection so that more people can cross safely and conveniently.
  • Repurpose 6 on-street parking spaces near the intersection. These areas will be marked with broken yellow lines (no stopping at any time) to ensure cars do not block the visibility of people crossing the road.

We expect construction to begin in late 2024 or early 2025.

To see the proposal and consultation feedback, visit Manurewa and Māngere Transport Choices.

Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.1MB)

Great North Road, Western Springs

Type of work being done:

  • Installing a traffic-light controlled crossing near the footpath to Western Springs Lakeside
    Park.
  • Installing of new footpaths and yellow tactile pavers at the crossing points to help people find
    their way to crossings and safely cross the road.
    Applying skid-resistant road surface to help prevent incidents.
  • Trimming the neaby trees on the east side of Great North Road to make sure the traffic
    signals are visible to approaching drivers.
  • Installing new signage and painting new road markings to support the changes.

How this will benefit your neighbourhood:

  • Due to a huge demand for a proposed crossing from Western Springs, MOTAT and Zoo.
    A traffic light-controlled crossing helps manage traffic on a busy road and gives better visibility
    to drivers that people on foot have priority to cross. Motorists must stop at a red traffic light to
    allow people walking and cycling to cross.
  • Provides a safe crossing location for pedestrians to access Western Springs, MOTAT or Zoo.
  • Reduction in harm or serious injuries between motorists and people walking.
  • Slows drivers to a safer speed around the crossing point.
  • Low impact on traffic flow as crossing time is only activated when someone needs to cross by
    pushing the button.

Work begins September 2024.

Download project drawing (PDF 1.78MB)

Glenmall Place car park, Glen Eden

We’re making it easier to visit your local board in Glenmall Place, Glen Eden.

 Due to regular unauthorised parking in the 6 parking bays allocated to the local board at 41 Glenmall Place, these 6 spaces need to be updated to clearly state the exemptions of the restriction.

We will clearly mark these allocated parking spaces and the time restrictions for parking.

We will also install “authorised vehicle only” signs indicating the following parking restrictions:

  • no parking from Monday to Friday between 8am and 9pm
  • 2-hour time limit (P120) on Saturdays and Sundays between 8am and 6pm.

This will ensure availability for both the local board and visiting members of the community. 

August to September 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF, 120KB)

Siska Place, Wattle Downs

We’ve received requests from the community to address:

  • visibility and access issues into the street
  • safety concerns of cars parked on berms on Siska Place in Wattle Downs. 

We plan to:

  • paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on both corners of the intersection of Siska Place and Mahia Road, including between the islands 2 and 3
  • paint white lines to mark out 9 angled parking spaces between the islands
  • install “no stopping off roadway” (no parking on berms) signs along Siska Place and all traffic islands to prevent vehicles parking on the berms and allow for enforcement.

This will benefit your neighbourhood by:

  • clearing and ensuring ease of access for all vehicles into and out of Siska Place, including services like waste removal
  • improving visibility for drivers to see people walking and crossing the road, making it safer, particularly for children
  • preventing vehicles from obstructing access to homes along the road during emergency situations.

September 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 351KB)

Gaynor Street and Webster Avenue, Mount Roskill

We’ve received requests from residents to improve visibility and address safety concerns of cars parked on the corner of Gaynor Street and Webster Avenue in Mount Roskill.

 In response, we are planning to paint 20 metres of broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) around the bend of Gaynor Street and Webster Avenue to improve visibility for drivers to see oncoming cars, people walking, cycling and crossing the road. This will make it safer, particularly for tamariki (children) and ensure ease of access for all vehicles into and out of Gaynor Street, including services like waste removal and emergency services.

August 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 571KB)

Taupaki Road, Taupaki

The Harry James Reserve and Taupaki Hall are popular locations for the community, but crossing the road safely has always been a challenge.
The Rodney Local Board, through their Transport Capital Fund, nominated the area for improvements to be delivered soon.

 The changes we’re making include:

  • installing a new crossing island where people can safely wait when crossing the street. This is a small section of pavement within the median strip, surrounded by concrete. It helps people crossing to safely wait for a gap in traffic (while giving way to motorists) to finish crossing the road
  • extending the footpath to allow a narrower and shorter road for people to cross
  • painting no stopping at all times (broken yellow lines) on the approaches to the crossing
  • installing signs and road markings to warn motorists of the approaching crossing.

These changes will improve visibility and safety at and near Taupaki Hall and Harry James Reserve.

August to November 2024

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Finn Place, Mount Wellington

We’ve received concerns from residents about access issues on Finn Place, Mount Wellington when vehicles are parked on both sides of the road.

 In response, we're planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on the southern east corner of the intersection of Finn Place and Waipuna Road and outside number 2 and number 27 Finn Place to improve visibility and access.

November 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 512KB)

Lloyd Avenue, Mount Albert

 

We’ve received requests from the local community to address safety concerns of cars parking on berms on Lloyd Avenue, between New North Road and the railway line.

 Vehicles parking on the grass berm is unsafe for pedestrians, has caused damage to the grass and may cause damage to underground utilities.

 We will be installing signs along Lloyd Avenue between the intersection of New North Road and number 22 Lloyd Avenue. This will let people know that parking on grass berms is prohibited and allow for parking enforcement.

August 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 222KB)

Māngere Town Centre, Māngere

A local community group has identified the need to improve safety and security in Māngere Town Centre. They requested to reserve parking spaces for greater police visibility and quick response.

 We’re allocating 2 reserved police parking spaces:

  • outside Māngere Pharmacy near Māngere Town Centre Entrance 1
  • in the far-right corner by Sun Tasty BBQ & Takeaways.

 October 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 310KB)

Hill Road and Wyllie Road, Papatoetoe

We are installing a raised pedestrian crossing as part of the Papatoetoe West Residential Speed Management Programme, to provide a safer environment for all road users.

This work involves:

  • installing a raised pedestrian crossing
  • adding parking restrictions (new broken yellow lines) to provide better visibility for drivers and pedestrians
  • installing new signage and road markings
  • minor kerb build-out on the southern side of Hill Road
  • reinstating existing footpath and driveway adjacent to the new raised pedestrian crossing.

The main work should be completed within 2 weeks. However, depending on the weather, some minor works may continue thereafter.

4 June 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 2.8MB)

213 Birkdale Road, Birkdale

We are improving road safety and access outside Birkdale North School. This is after receiving requests for parking restrictions from the school due to access issues to driveways and safety concerns of students walking near the school gate.

We plan to:

  • paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the angled corners outside properties 213 and 207 Birkdale Road.

We plan to begin construction in July 2024.

Download proposal drawing (PDF 230KB)

Gills Road and Fairview Avenue, Albany Heights

In 2022, we consulted with the community about proposed bus stop locations for a new service, route 888. After carefully reviewing your feedback, we plan to install bus stops in the following locations:

  • 15 Gills Road – new bus shelter, pedestrian crossing facility
  • Gills Road, near Point Ridge Road – new pedestrian refuge crossing
  • 171 Gills Road – new pedestrian refuge crossing, new footpath
  • 115 Fairview Avenue – new pedestrian refuge crossing
  • 83 Fairview Avenue – new bus shelter, new pedestrian refuge crossing
  • Fairview Avenue, near Vinifera Place – new bus shelter, removal of one tree.

How this will benefit your neighbourhood

  • New bus stops will allow your neighbourhood to access bus route 888, launching on 21 July 2024. Where space allows, we’re adding bus shelters and safe crossing facilities to enhance the walking and waiting environment at the new bus stops.
  • Pedestrian crossings will benefit all members of your community, improving pedestrian safety and accessibility.

These works are scheduled for June to July 2024. Bus route 888 will link your neighbourhood to Albany Village and Albany Bus Station. 

Download proposal drawing for Gills Road (PDF 8.7MB)

 

Download proposal drawing for Fairview Avenue (PDF 8.4MB)

Saint Heliers Bay Road, Saint Heliers

In February 2024, we informed you of our plan to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) outside 95 Saint Heliers Bay Road. This project is going ahead, but with some changes to the design.

Design updates:

  • We’re planning to paint a few more broken yellow lines outside 89 Saint Heliers Bay Road, which will remove one more parking space. This is in response to further feedback from residents.
  • This is in addition to the original broken yellow lines outside 95 Saint Heliers Bay Road, which remove 4 parking spaces.

These works are scheduled for July 2024.

Download proposal drawing (PDF 670KB)

Philip Place, Hillcrest

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) and implement a “no parking on berms” restriction on the narrow cul-de-sac of Philip Place, Hillcrest, to improve access and visibility.

July 2024

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Hurstwood Place, Glen Innes

Residents have expressed concerns about safety and access issues on Hurstwood Place, Glen Innes, when vehicles are parked on both sides of the narrow street.

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on both corners of the intersection of Hurstwood Place and Melling Street and alternating sides of Hurstwood Place leading to the cul-de-sac.

 This will benefit your neighbourhood by:

  • improving visibility for drivers entering and exiting the street, making it safer for pedestrians, particularly children
  • clearing driveways and improving access for residents and larger vehicles like rubbish trucks and emergency services.

Between August and September 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 585KB)

Clonbern Car Park, Remuera

We have received requests to improve parking availability at Clonbern Car Park, Remuera, due to high demand in the area.

We will increase time limits to 2 hours (P120), which will apply from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Saturday. This will include 120 spaces plus 3 mobility spaces. Enforcement period is set to commence from June to July 2024.

In addition to the P120 time restriction change, we will be installing a single rubber speed bump at the entrance/exit of the car park.

June to July 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 937KB)

Claybrook Road, Parnell

Claybrook Road is a narrow street about 7 meters wide, located in the existing Parnell Parking Zone. It was brought to our attention that waste management vehicles cannot service the area, as vehicles are parked along both sides of the road, specifically at the end of the cul-de-sac.

We are painting broken yellow lines around the cul-de-sac bend of numbers 3A and 6 Claybrook Road. This will result in the removal of 5 on-street parking spaces (2 parallel and 3 angled).

These changes will improve vehicle accessibility by:

  • making it easier for waste management and emergency vehicles to move around the street without any difficulties
  • ensuring vehicles can turn in and out of the cul-de-sac safely.

These works are scheduled between August and October 2024. It will take one day to paint the broken yellow lines in good weather conditions.

Download proposal drawing (PDF 321KB)

Gannet Point, Rothesay Bay

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at Gannet Point, Rothesay Bay.

  • We’ve received requests from the community regarding access issues on Gannet Point.  
  • These changes will improve visibility and access of all road users at Gannet Point.

June to July 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 278KB)

Keretene Place, Meadowbank

Residents and Auckland Council have raised concerns about access and visibility issues caused by vehicles parked on Keretene Place, Meadowbank. In response, we have investigated and will be installing broken yellow lines.

These works are scheduled for June 2024 to August 2024.

Download proposal drawing (PDF 324KB)

 Ranfurly Road, Epsom

We are planning changes on Ranfurly Road, Epsom, to improve parking turnover and availability.

We’re doing this work to address community concerns and accommodate parking needs in the area. Please see the design drawing for more detail.

Changes we are planning: 

  • Introducing P120 parking to 15 spaces on the northern side of Ranfurly Road. P120 time restrictions will apply Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm. 
  • Introducing P10 short-term parking to 4 spaces on the southern side of Ranfurly Road. P10 time restrictions will apply Monday to Friday during morning and evening peak hours: 8am to 9:30am and 4pm to 6pm.
  • Adding continuity lines at the intersection of Griffin Avenue and Ranfurly Road to improve visibility for turning traffic.

July to August 2024

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Collingwood Street, Freemans Bay

In December 2023, some residents met with Auckland Transport (AT) onsite to discuss their concerns about visibility and speeding issues at the intersection of Collingwood Street and Heke Street. During this visit, the importance of parking in the area and the residents’ requests for AT to intervene were raised. Also discussed was the right-turn car crash in August 2022, which resulted from speed and visibility issues.  

 We are improving safety along Collingwood Street by:

  • Extending the broken yellow lines at the intersection of Collingwood Street and Heke Street, which would remove approximately 2 existing parking spaces.

June 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 268KB)

Deep Creek Road,Torbay

 

We are planning to:

  • restrict one angled parking space to mobility parking outside St Mary’s Church By The Sea in Torbay for mobility card holders at
    all times
  • remove angled parking next to the planned mobility parking space to give clear access to the church’s driveway.

These changes will improve safety and access for mobility permit holders when parking outside the church.

 July 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF, 148KB) 

Kerria Place, Sunnynook

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines:

  • at the bend of Kerria and Sequioa intersection to improve visibility to turning motorists
  • along some sections of Kerria Place.

This will improve visibility and access on the road.

These changes will give clear visibility to turning motorists and improve safety and traffic flow.

 July 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF, 309KB)  

Hibiscus Coast Highway, Rodney

We are carrying out safety improvements along the Hibiscus Coast Highway between Hatfield’s Beach and Waiwera. This stretch of road is considered high-risk for crashes, primarily caused by loss of control or head-on collisions.

The first stage of improvements is installing 3 new electronic warning signs to encourage drivers to slow down for the tight curves ahead. There will be minor disruptions to your journey, with a shoulder closure while the works are taking place.

May 2024

Download proposal drawing showing sign locations (PDF 161KB)

William Souter Street, Forrest Hill

We're planning to make the following changes at William Souter Street:
• time limits of 2 hours (P120) will apply from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Sunday.

This will benefit your neighbourhood by:

  • offering more parking availability
  • making it easier for you to find short-term parking for local businesses
  • ensuring fairness with the high demand in this area
  • still giving parking to residents after 6pm until 8am.

June or July 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF, 242 KB)

Delta Avenue, New Lynn

We are planning to install no stopping off roadway restrictions along parts of Delta Avenue, Binstead Road and Veronica Street. These restrictions will improve safety and visibility, especially for residents turning out of their driveways.

July 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 266KB)

Aldersgate Road, Hillsborough

We are installing broken yellow lines along Aldersgate Road.The broken yellow lines will improve access for all vehicles, especially larger vehicles such as emergency vehicles and rubbish trucks, and allow space to give way for through traffic.

This will remove some on-street parking but will improve access for residents and emergency service vehicles.

In response to feedback from residents, we will also monitor parking on grass berms and install "No Stopping Off Roadway" signs, if necessary. These signs will be a reminder not to park on the grass berms.

 This will benefit your neighbourhood by:

  • improving access for residents and local rubbish truck services
  • improving visibility for road users driving down Aldersgate Road
  • improving safety for vehicle and pedestrian users.

Please refer to the drawing to see where the broken yellow lines restrictions would apply.

April to June 2024

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Gulf Harbour Drive, at the intersection of Range Court
  • Extending no stopping at all times from Range Court and Gulf Harbour Drive intersection along Maylee Crescent Reserve for approximately 45m as per attached drawings.
  • The extension is approximately 10m from the existing no stopping at all times until the pedestrian refuge and another 35m from the pedestrian refuge (approximately seven car lengths).

This will improve visibility for oncoming vehicles for pedestrians, especially students, using the pedestrian refuge to cross Gulf Harbour Drive.

By June 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 412KB)

Harobed Place, Weymouth

 

In February 2024, we informed you of our plan to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along the western side of Harobed Place, including both corners of the intersection of Etherton Drive and Harobed Place, as well as outside #14 Harobed Place. This project is going ahead, but with some changes to the design.

We now plan to relocate the broken yellow lines to the eastern side of the road. This change will not affect the area near the fire hydrant, opposite the angle parking, or both corners of the intersection of Etherton Drive and Harobed Place, as per the original plan. This change is in response to residents requesting AT to reconsider the location of the broken yellow lines to improve visibility and accessibility.

 This change to the design will further improve visibility and accessibility along Harobed Place.

May 2024

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MacMurray Road, Saint Marks Road and Dilworth Avenue, Remuera

Auckland Transport has received concerns from the community about people parking on the grass berms on MacMurray Road, causing issues with visibility for drivers and pedestrians. Parking on the berm also damages the grass and may cause damage to underground utilities.

In response to these concerns, we conducted a site investigation and observed a number of vehicles parking on the berm along MacMurray Road.

The restriction only applies to berm parking that is not legal and does not affect parking availability on the roadway of the highlighted streets.

  • ‘No Stopping Off Roadway’ signs will be installed along MacMurray Road, Saint Marks Road and Dilworth Avenue to prohibit parking on grass berms and allow for enforcement.

April to May 2024

 

Download proposal drawing (PDF 286KB)

Astley Avenue and Gardner Avenue, New Lynn

We want to improve visibility at the intersection of Astley Avenue and Gardner Avenue in New Lynn by removing parking at the corners of the intersection.

This is following an investigation due to a fatal crash that happened in the area.

The works we are doing:

  • Paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the bends of the intersection of Astley Avenue and Gardner Avenue, where vehicles often park resulting in access and visibility issues

June 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 2.43MB)

Watling Street, Mount Eden

The community has told us that a taxi stand on Watling Street is being underutilised. In response, Auckland Transport investigated and are making changes.

  • We are removing the taxi stand and converting it to general parking.

This will return approximately 3 unrestricted public parking spaces for residents and visitors to use.

April to May 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 341KB)

East Tamaki Road, Ōtara We received requests from the community to install signage to stop people from parking their vehicles on the grass berm, therefore, we are planning to install No Stopping Off Roadway signs along East Tamaki Road from Birmingham Road to Preston Road. By installing these signs, we can clearly indicate to drivers that parking on the grass berm is not allowed and this will help keep people walking on the footpaths safe and preserve the grass berm.

June 2024. 

Download proposal drawing (PDF 512KB)

44 and 91 Dawson Road, Ōtara, Auckland 2023

We are working hard to keep everyone safe, whether they walk, cycle or drive.
We are upgrading the existing pedestrian crossings outside #44 and #91 Dawson Road to make it safer for the large numbers of school children and people crossing the road.
There will be no change to on-street parking.What changes we are making:

  • Upgrade the existing pedestrian crossing outside #44 into a raised zebra crossing.
  • Installing a new raised crossing outside #91.

These changes will

  • improve safety at the existing pedestrian crossings.
  • increase the visibility of the crossings.
  • help slow down vehicles as they approach the crossings.
  • encourage people to walk, scoot and cycle in the community.

April 2024

Download drawing for 44 Dawson road (PDF 1.4MB)

 

Download drawing for 91 Dawson road (PDF 2MB)

Hall Avenue, Māngere

Residents have told us that people parking on grass berms is an ongoing issue on Hall Avenue. This is unsafe for pedestrians, has caused damage to the grass, and may cause damage to underground utilities.

We are installing “No Stopping Off Roadway” restrictions along Hall Avenue.
Parking on grass berms is prohibited, and we will be installing “No Stopping Off Roadway” signs in affected areas along Hall Avenue. These signs are a reminder not to park on the grass berms and these areas will be subject to parking enforcement.

If people begin parking on grass berms further down on other parts of Hall Avenue, this restriction can be extended, and more signs installed to allow for further parking enforcement.

Please refer to proposal drawing to see where this restriction will apply.

April 2024

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Harobed Place, Weymouth

In response to a request from a resident, we are making changes to improve visibility and accessibility on Harobed Place.

Residents have told us that vehicles are parking too close to a Fire Hydrant, and it is difficult for vehicles to access in and out of the angle parking bay when cars are parked opposite the angle parking area. Due to the narrow width of Harobed Place broken yellow lines will be installed to ensure clear access along the road.

We are painting broken yellow lines:

  • Around both corners of the intersection of Etherton Drive and Harobed Place.
  • Along the western side of Harobed Place.
  • Outside #14 Harobed Place.

April 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 292KB)
Mattalie Place, Manurewa We are painting staggered broken yellow lines on Mattalie
Place, we can ensure the street is more accessible for residents, larger vehicles, and
emergency service vehicles.

June 2024

Download proposal drawing (PDF 279KB)
Alice Avenue, Orewa As part of our new footpath programme, we’ve included a new footpath from number 4 Alice Ave to Edward Ave.

June 2024

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Palmer Crescent, Mission Bay We are painting staggered broken yellow lines along Palmer Crescent to prevent cars from parking opposite each other and blocking the road. Broken yellow lines will also be painted on the four corners of the intersection of Palmer Crescent and Dudley Place to prevent cars from parking too close to this busy intersection.

April to June 2024

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Ormiston Road, Flat Bush “No Stopping Off Roadway” signs will be installed in problem areas along Ormiston Road to prevent parking on grass berms. Parking on grass berms damages the grass and creates safety issues for pedestrians.

June 2024

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McAnnalley Street, Manurewa East

We are introducing P30 time restrictions to the 15 parking spaces in front of the shops at 14 McAnnalley Street. These restrictions will apply from Monday to Sunday, 8am to 6pm, to help with the issue of long-term parkers. This change will make it easier for people visiting the shops to find a place to park.

June 2024

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Eric Baker Place, Hunters Corner, Papatoetoe

We are replacing the existing loading zone with two new P5 loading zones with one being on either side of Eric Baker Place. Broken yellow lines will be painted on the eastern side of Eric Baker Place to prevent parking across driveways.

Please refer to the proposal drawing to see where parking restrictions will apply.

July 2024

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 Jesmond Terrace, Mount Albert

Residents have told us about ongoing issues accessing Jesmond Terrace when cars are parked on both sides of the road as Jesmond Terrace is a narrow road.

  • We are painting broken yellow lines on Jesmond Terrace.

The new road markings will improve access for residents and larger vehicles, such as emergency service vehicles and rubbish collectors.

March and April 2024

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St Heliers Bay Road, St Heliers

In response to residents’ concerns about a driver and pedestrian crash outside the St Heliers Church and Community Centre, we are making changes to improve visibility on St Heliers Bay Road.

Residents also told us about drivers parking on the bend at #95 St Heliers Bay Road, which is causing visibility issues for both drivers and people walking. To address this, we’re installing new road markings to improve safety for all road users.

  • We are painting broken yellow lines outside #95 St Heliers Bay Road.

May 2024.

 

Download propsal drawing (PDF 670KB)
Rutherford Terrace, Meadowbank

We are installing broken yellow lines. Following an accident on Rutherford Terrace, residents have requested broken yellow lines on both sides of the street leading up to the brow of the hill.

Rutherford Terrace is a narrow road that can be easily blocked when people park opposite each other. We have investigated and found that parked cars limit driver visibility, and the existing broken yellow lines on one side of the road have not fully addressed this safety issue.

In addition, residents have also requested broken yellow lines further along Rutherford Terrace to improve access and make it easier to drive along this narrow road.

 We are installing broken yellow lines along Rutherford Terrace

The broken yellow lines will inform people that parking here is prohibited and will allow parking enforcement. These changes will result in the removal of approximately 8 parking spaces.

Please refer to the drawing to see where the broken yellow lines will be installed.

 April to June 2024

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Mount Roskill, Sandringham Road extension

Local businesses have asked us to install a goods vehicles loading zone on Sandringham Road Extension in Mount Roskill. They have also asked us to extend the operational hours of the existing P30 time restricted parking. We’re planning to:

  • Convert 2 of the 4 existing parking spaces to a goods vehicles P5 loading zone. This restriction will apply from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Sunday.
  • Extend the operational hours of the existing P30 parking restriction from 8am to 6pm, to 8am to 10pm.

From 6pm onwards, the loading zone will revert to P30 parking that anyone can use. These changes will improve the overall parking situation and will meet the businesses and community needs. Please refer to the proposal drawing to see where parking restrictions will apply.

March to April 2024

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Totara Vale, Remus Place

Residents have told us that cars are parking opposite each other on both sides of Remus Place in Totara Vale, blocking access in and out of the cul-de-sac. This is an ongoing issue and we have received concerns that parked vehicles may block emergency service vehicles from accessing the street.

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines on Remus Place in Totara Vale to improve access for residents and larger vehicles, such as emergency service vehicles.

June 2024

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1011 Old North Road, Waikoukou Valley 

We are installing a roadside barrier to provide a safer section of road for vehicles, motorbikes and cyclists. 

The changes we are planning: 

  • New roadside barrier outside the curve of the road reserve, with a pedestrian/cyclist safety fence behind the barrier.
  • Associated civil works including pavement widening and berm regrading.

Traffic management will be in place throughout construction with one-lane closed to through traffic. Residents will continue to have access to their properties at all times. 

March to April 2024

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Rangitane Place and Commodore Drive, Lynfield

We’re received concerns from residents to improve accessibility at the intersection of Rangitane Place and Commodore Drive.

The changes we are planning:

  • We are painting broken yellow lines at the corners of the intersection. This will remove 5 parking spaces.

We understand the removal of parking can be inconvenient, but it will improve accessibility for residents and rubbish collectors to turn in and out of Rangitane Place.

May 2024

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Swanson Street, Auckland Central

We are planning to extend the existing loading zone for Goods Vehicles Only on Swanson Street by 11 metres by removing existing broken yellow lines.

The existing loading zone time restriction of Mon-Sun, 8am to 10 pm will not change.

March 2024

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Castledine Crescent and Apirana Avenue, Glen Innes

We’ve received requests to improve visibility and accessibility at the intersection of Castledine Crescent and Apirana Avenue.

The changes we are planning:

  • We are painting broken yellow lines along Apirana Avenue and Castledine Crescent intersection. This will result in the removal of 5 parking spaces. 

We understand the removal of parking can be inconvenient, so we have minimised it as much as possible while still making it safer for residents to turn in and out of Castledine Crescent.

April 2024

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64 to 74 Victoria Street, Onehunga

In March 2023, we sent you a letter to let you know about our plan to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) from 60 Victoria Street to the front of the Fabric apartment complex.  This will allow drivers to see clearly around the driveway and improve safety.

We’ve received requests to improve visibility for vehicles entering and exiting the Fabric apartment complex.
We are planning to:

  • Paint broken yellow lines from 60 Victoria Street to the front of the Fabric apartment complex at 64 to 74 Victoria Street. This will remove a total of three legal parking spaces.
We understand that the removal of parking can be inconvenient, so we have minimised this to only three spaces while improving visibility around this busy driveway.

May 2024

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Buckley Road and Liverpool Street, Epsom

We received complaints from customers on the visibility at this intersection.

We are painting broken yellow lines. This will be outside 49 Buckley Road with a standard of 11m on Buckley Road and 7m on Liverpool Street with 1 car park removed.

May to June 2024 

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Cavendish Drive, Manukau

To make it safer and easier to cycle along Cavendish Drive, we will be installing physical separation between the vehicle lanes and existing painted cycle lanes on Cavendish Drive from State Highway 20 to Lambie Drive. The separators will be 300mm wide, 120mm high raised concrete islands positioned on the existing cycle lane white line. Gaps will be left for existing property accesses and side road intersections. We will not make any changes to access or parking. These changes will improve the safety and the experience for cyclists on Cavendish Drive by creating a physical barrier between motor vehicles and people on bikes.

Stage 1 completed. Stage 2, Plunket Avenue to Lambie Drive, to be completed before June 2024. 

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Coatesville Riverhead Highway, Riverhead

We are planning to install Audio Tactile Profiled (ATP) road markings along Coatesville- Riverhead Highway in response to concerns about driver safety in the area.

ATP road markings will be put at the centreline of the road between Short Road and SH16. These are markings with small bumps that make noise and vibration to boost drivers’ awareness of the lanes and curves on rural roads.

Coatesville-Riverhead Highway is considered a high-risk corridor because of this history of crashes. Installing the ATP road markings will alert drivers of potential danger and help reduce the risk of accidents.

March 2024 

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Elliot Street, Howick

AT received a request to install signage to stop vehicles from parking on the grass berm outside Blundell Park Playground in Elliot Street, Howick. A Howick Local Board member has raised the request on behalf of a frustrated parent who walks their children to and from Owairoa Primary School.

We are installing a 'No Parking on Grass Berm' sign. People will not be able to park on the berm from the mid-section of Elliot Street on both sides of the road towards Wellington Street.

End of April 2024 

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Rosella Grove, Waimauku

We are installing no stopping at all times road markings as per the drawings on the sections of the road to improve road safety and access issues. Rosella Grove is a narrow road and having many cars parked on both sides of the road presents safety risks for nearby school children during school hours and access issues for residents and emergency services.

January 2024 

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Maskell Street, Saint Heliers

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines at the Maskell Street and Sylvia Road intersection to improve visibility and safety for all road users.

 January 2024

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Victoria Avenue, Remuera 

We’re working hard to keep everyone safe, whether they walk, cycle or drive. Alongside the Ōrākei Local Board, we are making the crossing outside 272 Victoria Avenue and Baradene College of the Sacred Heart safer.

This is a zebra crossing on a wide, flat speed bump with a gentle off-ramp to make for a smoother, quieter drive, especially for larger vehicles like buses and emergency service vehicles.

January 2024

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Puhoi Road, Puhoi We are planning to install a 1.8m wide concrete footpath which extends along the northern side of Puhoi Road from number 80 to the intersection of Puhoi Close. We expect construction of the footpath and other supporting works to begin in January 2024. Download proposal drawing (PDF 556KB)
Albert Street, Leigh On behalf of the Rodney Local Board, we are planning to construct a new footpath on the southern side of Albert Street, Leigh. This project will be delivered in partnership with Rodney Local Board as the project is funded by the Rodney Transport Targeted Rate (RTTR) Programme.
For this project we plan to:
  • Install a 1.8m wide concrete footpath on the southern side of Albert Street from Seatoun Avenue to the walkway between the tennis court and 15 Albert Street. The length of this proposed footpath is approximately 148m.
We expect construction of the footpath and other supporting works to begin in January 2024 Download proposal drawing (PDF 425KB)
Goodall Road, Snells Beach On behalf of the Rodney Local Board, we are planning to construct a new footpath on the western side of Goodall Road, Snells Beach. This project will be delivered in partnership with Rodney Local Board as the project is funded by the Rodney Local Board Transport Targeted Rate (RLBTTR) Programme. We are planning to:
  • Construct a 1.8m wide concrete footpath on the western side of Goodall Road, from the intersection of Mahurangi East Road to Horizon School. This footpath will be approximately 54m long.
  • Remove six trees, one on Mahurangi East Road, and five at the top of Goodall Road in order to make space for the footpath and boardwalk. We will replace these with eight new trees planted further down Goodall Road.
  • Install a boardwalk on Mahurangi East Road connecting the entrance of Horizon School with the new footpath on Goodall Road.
We expect construction of the footpath and other supporting works to begin in January 2024. Download proposal drawing (PDF 236KB)

9-23 Cockle Bay Road, Cockle Bay

We are installing P120 time restriction signs on the odd side of Cockle Bay Road, near the kindergarten.

These changes will improve parking.

In 2010, the Howick Community Board approved parking restrictions on the southern side of Cockle Bay Road to be used as a pick-up and drop-off zone for Cockle Bay Kindergarten.

End of April 2024 

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Cleary Road, Panmure

Residents have let us know they feel unsafe when exiting their driveway. Our site investigation confirmed there’s limited visibility for vehicles as they approach the top of the hill outside number 11 Cleary Road. We are extending the broken yellow lines to 12 Cleary Road.

May to June 2024 

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Alma Street, Newmarket

Following the installation of a new crossing on Davis Crecent, we heard concerns from local businesses about the parking removal. We are planning to install 8 new parking spaces in the area to address this concern.

The existing parking zone conditions will apply to these newly created spaces.

January to February 2024 

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35 Township Road, Waitakere

To provide safe access to the fire trucks turning in/out of Waitakere Fire Station, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) next to the fire station driveway on Township Road, Waitakere. Painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) will ensure safe access for the fire trucks.

We have made some additional design updates to Township Road near the bus stop. Bus stops require 9 meters of no stopping at all times to allow the bus to exit the bus stop in safe manner. Install nine meters of no stopping at all times at the exit of the bus stop as per the drawing.

Completed February 2024  Download proposal drawing (PDF 615KB)
Ride Way, Rosedale

To provide safe access to fire trucks and vehicles, we are painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) outside 5 and 8 Ride Way, Rosedale. The broken yellow lines will be approximately six meters (one vehicle length) as shown on the drawing. Painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) will ensure safe access for vehicles access.

End of March 2024 

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Palm Road, Palm Beach, Waiheke Island 

We are going to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) from 41 and 43 Palm Road to the Palm Beach access way.

Late January 2024 

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Marine Parade South, Piha

We’re improving the parking layout on Marine Parade South by:

  • Moving the location of the mobility parking to the other side of the beach walkway where less sand reaches the carpark and is less likely to cover the road markings.
  • Creating a direct route for the rescue vehicles from the Piha Surf Life Saving Club (PSLSC) to the beach.
  • Replacing the current route to the beach used by the PSLSC with parking spaces.

February 2024

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Purewa Road, Meadowbank

We are making some changes to mobility parking at the Meadowbank Train Station.

The changes will include: 

  • Repainting the car park to provide two permanent mobility parking spaces with a hatched area (yellow box with diagonal lines) in between the parks. The hatched area ensures there is enough space for wheelchair users to manoeuvre in and out of their vehicle.
  • Installing a ramp from the footpath to the car park to make it easier for wheelchair users to navigate from their vehicle onto the footpath.
  • Returning one temporary mobility parking space to an unrestricted parking space. 

During the construction of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Shared Path project, two mobility spaces were temporarily removed from the Ōrākei Train Station. In their place, two temporary mobility spaces were added to the Meadowbank Train Station. The two mobility spaces at the Ōrākei Train Station have now been returned and are open for public use. 

We now plan to make one of the temporary mobility spaces permanent. This increases the number of permanent mobility spaces at the Meadowbank Train Station from one to two. 

February 2024 

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Boyd Avenue, Royal Oak In response to a request from a resident and information from Waste Management New Zealand, we are making changes to parking on Boyd Avenue.
The changes we are planning:
  • Paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along the head of the cul-de-sac. We understand the removal of parking can be inconvenient, so we have minimised it to four parking spaces while still improving access on Boyd Avenue for large vehicles.
We have been informed by Waste Management New Zealand and a resident that rubbish trucks are unable to access bins when vehicles are parked in the head of the cul-de-sac. This change will allow all bins to be accessed and allow rubbish trucks to turn around easily and not have to reverse out of Boyd Avenue.
February 2024  Download proposal drawing (PDF 188KB)
Landscape Road and Kain Street, Mount Eden We have received a request from the Puketāpapa Local Board and several requests from the community for parking restrictions in your area. We are planning to paint broken yellow lines at the following locations:
  • Kain Street and Landscape Road Intersection.
  • Waitomo Avenue and Landscape Road Intersection.
  • Outside 159 Landscape Road.
  • Outside 3 Kain Street.
September to October 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 281KB)
42 Herd Road, Hillsborough

In March 2023, we planned to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) opposite the entrance of 42 Herd Road in response to access and safety concerns raised by residents of Parkside Village.

This change will make it safer and easier for residents and visitors to enter and exit the retirement village.

Construction is now planned for April 2024.

We planned to do this work earlier in the year but saw an opportunity to combine this change with other projects in the area to minimise disruptions. The nearby works are no longer going ahead, and we have rescheduled this work.

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Coates Avenue, Ōrākei After members of the public expressed their concern, an Ōrākei Local Board member requested the removal of two kerbside parking spaces outside 35 Coates Avenue to improve visibility for drivers reversing from the angle parking and drivers exiting Ngaiwi Street.
In response, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) outside 35 Coates Avenue.
September to October 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 437KB)
Pukekohe Town Centre (Middle and Bottom Section) In January 2023, we informed you of our plan to increase the number of mobility and short-term parking spaces in Pukekohe Town Centre (Middle and Bottom Section). Based on insights from stakeholders, the plan is now to:
  • Convert 2 P120 parking spaces to P30 outside 2B Hall Street to improve parking availability for visitors to the nearby businesses.
  • Install 2 new mobility parking spaces with a P180 time restriction at 104 King Street and 220 King Street.
  • Introduce a P180 time restriction to two of the existing mobility parking spaces at 159 and 201 King Street. This time limit will make it easier for more people to find parking.
  • Convert 3 P60 parking spaces to P30 outside 177 King Street.  The time restrictions will increase the number of short-term parking spaces.
  • Move one parallel mobility parking space from 124 King Street to an angled mobility parking with a P180 restriction at 131 King Street to make it safer for people getting in and out of their vehicles.
  • Convert the parallel mobility parking space at 124 King Street to P60 time restriction.
Work in progress, to be completed September 2023. Download updated proposal drawing (PDF 741KB)

Hobson Street and Cook Street Intersection, Auckland Central

Due to the large number of pedestrians moving around near the Hobson Street and Cook Street intersection, we are planning to make some changes to this intersection to make it safer and easier for pedestrians to cross. We’re planning to:

  • Install a new signalised pedestrian crossing at the southern leg of the intersection across Hobson Street. The traffic lights will have a push button, which, when activated, will give pedestrians the right of way to cross. They will also have sound that will let visually impaired people hear when to cross.
  • Widen the footpath on the southwest corner of the intersection.
  • Realign the three other existing pedestrian crossings by repainting the road markings. This will ensure the intersection operates efficiently for all road users.
  • Install tactile pavers at all road crossing points. These are yellow guidance paving markers to help visually impaired people find their way to crossings and safely across roads.
  • Install new streetlights and paint new road markings to support the changes.

End of January 2024 

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Hector Sanderson Road, Great Barrier

In response to a request from the Aotea / Great Barrier Local Board, we are planning to install clearway on and off roadway signs on Hector Sanderson Road, Great Barrier Island to prevent stopping and parking on the berm (the grass strip next to the road).

People will not be allowed to stop or park on the berm at all times in the following areas:

  • From the Claris Aerodrome entrance to number 59 along the northern side of the road.
  • From the Great Barrier Library and Council offices to number 67 along the southern side of the road.

We are also working alongside Auckland Council to stabilise the berm along the northern side of Hector Sanderson Road.

These changes will improve safety for pedestrians and road users:

  • When there are vehicles parked in these locations, it can make the road unsafe for people walking along the northern side of the road and block visibility for motorists travelling along this corner.
  • Stabilising the berm on the northern side of the road will make it more comfortable for people walking here.
Late March to Early April 2024  Download proposal drawing (PDF 598KB)
Bush Road, Rosedale On behalf of Upper Harbour Local Board, we are planning to construct a footpath on the eastern side of Bush Road. The footpath will be 3m wide and approximately 280m long.

It will connect the existing footpath outside the National Hockey Centre to the footpath on Rosedale Road. This project will provide a safe and continuous footpath for people to use to access the National Hockey Centre.
We anticipate these works to be completed between July and September 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.5MB)
Pakiri Road, Leigh We are planning to construct a new on-grade footpath on Pakiri Road in Leigh.
We will deliver the project in partnership with the Rodney Local Board as the project is funded by the Rodney Transport Targeted Rate (RTTR).
We expect works to begin in July 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 471KB)
Pukekohe Town Centre – Top Section In response to a request from the Pukekohe Local Board and Pukekohe Business Association, we are planning to increase the number of mobility and short-stay parking spaces in Pukekohe Town Centre.
The changes we are planning:
  • Install a new mobility parking space with a P180 time restriction at 48 King Street.
  • Introduce a P180 time restriction to existing mobility parking spaces at 15 and 80 King Street.
  • Convert the time restricted parking spaces at 48 and 35 Edinburgh Street to P30 time restricted parking spaces.
We advised you in January that construction was scheduled for February to March 2023. This project now has a construction target of June to July 2023.

We’ll write to you again with more detail about the commencement of works.
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Aldersgate Road, Hillsborough To improve accessibility for large vehicles between Aldersgate Road and Puketutu Rise, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) outside 60 Aldersgate Road. May 2024  Download proposal drawing (PDF 213KB)
Clevedon Road and Robb Street intersection, Papakura
To improve pedestrian safety and provide an easy access to cross the road and get to the shops at the intersection of Clevedon Road and Robb Street, we are planning to:
  • Reconstruct the footpath at the intersection and install raised footpath markers.
  • Install a kerb ramp with side islands at the intersection. A kerb ramp is a sloped section of footpath which makes it easier to move from the road to the footpath.
  • Install a new traffic island and kerb lines on Robb Street.
  • Paint a slow sign on top of red coloured surfacing on Robb Street.
  • Paint new broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on Clevedon Road.
These works are scheduled for June 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.6MB)
Roberta Reserve, Glendowie

To provide a safe crossing location for pedestrians travelling to the Roberta Reserve, we are planning to install a raised zebra crossing outside the Roberta Reserve playground in Glendowie.
This project is funded by the Local board Transport Capital Fund.

 

Nearby properties will be notified once the construction start date is confirmed.

These works will begin during the 24/25 financial year.

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Old Wairoa Road, Papakura Papakura Local Board has identified this area for improvements. On their behalf, we are planning to install stop controls where View Road and Arimu Road intersect with Old Wairoa Road. The planned changes will improve safety at these intersections and along Old Wairoa Road.
This project is funded by the Local Board Transport Capital Fund.
We are planning to:
  • Install stop controls at the intersection of Arimu Road and Old Wairoa Road. This includes a stop sign, ‘stop’ road marking, new stop line, and new centre line.
  • Install stop controls at the intersection of View Road and Old Wairoa Road.
  • Paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the intersection of Arimu Road and View Road along Old Wairoa Road. This would result in the removal of approximately 10 on-street parking spaces.
We want to make these intersections safer. Multiple accidents have occurred in this area and Papakura Local Board have requested us to provide intersection controls. As a crossroad intersection, stop controls are needed due to the lack of visibility.
These planned changes would:
  • Slow motorists to a safer speed
  • Correct the lack of road markings
  • Improve visibility for people travelling through these intersections.
We expect to implement these changes between April and May 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 235KB)
Porchester Road and Manuroa Road Roundabout, Takanini In response to a request from the Papakura Local Board to improve the accessibility at the roundabout at the Porchester Road and Manuroa Road intersection, we are upgrading the roundabout at Porchester and Manuroa Road. The work we are doing:
  • Upgrading the existing roundabout to a mountable roundabout. This is a roundabout that allows drivers, especially those in large vehicles like buses and emergency service vehicles, to drive over the edges easily.
  • Improving the footpath and planting new grass berms on the left-hand turn from Porchester Road into Manuroa Road.
  • Painting new road markings to support the changes.

This project is funded by the Local Board Transport Capital Fund.

The construction work will be carried out in 2 stages from 1 July 2024.

Stage one: day shift

  • Removal of existing footpath and berm.
  • Upgrade of footpath and surrounding areas.
  • Construction of kerbs and new pedestrian ramp areas from the footpath to the road.
  • Installation of new channel drains.

Stage 2: one weekend, day and night shift

  • Upgrading the existing roundabout to a mountable roundabout.
  • New road markings.
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Hampton Drive, Kohimarama We are making changes in response to a resident’s request for an accessible pedestrian crossing facility at the intersection of Hampton Drive and Kohimarama Road. These changes will include:
  • Installing kerb ramps outside 318 Hampton Drive and 324 Kohimarama Road. These ramps allow prams, wheelchairs, and mobility scooters to transition smoothly from the footpath to the road.
  • Installing tactile pavers, which are yellow guidance paving markers that help visually impaired people to find their way to the crossing and safely cross the road.
  • Creating a new footpath with a gentle slope outside 318 Hampton Drive and paint broken yellow lines (not stopping at all times) on the northern corner of Hampton Drive and Kohimarama Road, which will result in the removal of 3 parking spaces. 
These works are currently on hold. We will update this webpage when we have a scheduled date. Download proposal drawing (PDF 594KB)
Third Avenue, Onetangi Together with Waiheke Local Board and Electric Island, we are planning to improve facilities for electric vehicles on Waiheke, by restricting three existing parking spaces on Third Avenue for electric vehicle use only. Waiheke has the highest number of electric vehicles per capita in New Zealand.
Electric vehicles will be able to charge in these spaces and will be permitted to stay for up to 240 minutes. These spaces will support the high and growing number of electric vehicles on Waiheke and support efforts to lower emissions across the island. 
These proposed works are currently on hold. We will update this webpage when we have a scheduled date. Download proposal drawing (PDF 174KB)
Whitford Road and Whitford-Maraetai Road, Franklin We are going to install Audio Tactile Profiled (ATP) road markings on Whitford Road and Whitford-Maraetai Road to improve road safety along the route.
ATP road markings are the small bumps on the centre and sides of the road that make noise and vibrate to let the driver know they’re driving outside of their lane. They help to boost drivers’ awareness of the lanes and curves on rural roads like Whitford and Whitford-Maraetai Roads by providing markers you can see, hear, and feel.
This route between Somerville Road and Beachlands is considered a high-risk corridor because of its crash history. Installing the ATP road markings will help keep drivers in their lanes and reduce the risk of an accident.
The remaining work is scheduled to restart in March 2024  Download proposal drawing (PDF 697KB)
Bassett Road, Remuera We are planning to install a speed bump outside of 160 Bassett Road that guides drivers to slow down.
Auckland Transport received complaints from the local community that parked cars on the northern section of Bassett Road were being damaged by vehicles travelling down Bassett Road at high speeds. When cars park on either side of Bassett Road, the road becomes narrow, and vehicles need to move to the side to allow motorists travelling in the opposite direction to pass.
Speed bumps on other sections of Bassett Road have been successful in slowing down high vehicles speeds. The installation of a speed bump at 160 Bassett Road aims to address community concerns about speeding drivers and reduce the damage to parked cars.
June 2024 
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Mataki Way, Glen Eden

Mataki Way is a narrow road, and many cars are often parked on both sides of the road. This presents access issues for residents and emergency vehicles. 

No stopping at all times will be installed as per the drawing which shows the sections of the road where the no stopping zones will be (broken yellow lines).

This improves access for emergency services to get through, improves visibility on the corner for motorists exiting onto Pleasant Road and makes it safer and easier for people crossing the road.

These works are planned to start in March 2024.
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16 Greenhithe Road, Greenhithe

There is not enough space between the two driveways at 16 Greenhithe Road, Greenhithe to park a standard sized vehicle. Vehicles parking here cause access issues for vehicles turning into the driveways as well as safety issues for all road users at this location.

The changes we’re making by 29 February 2024

  • No stopping at all times outside 16 Greenhithe Road, Greenhithe, as per the drawing which shows the section of the road where the no stopping zones will be installed (broken yellow lines).
These works are planned to start by the end of February 2024.
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