Hendry Avenue, Hillsborough – Cycle Safety Improvements Hendry Avenue, Hillsborough – Cycle Safety Improvements
Project status: Construction
Project zone: Central Auckland
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We are improving the South Western Cycle Link and conducting road maintenance along Hendry Avenue in Hillsborough. These works will make it safer and easier for everyone to travel down Hendry Avenue however they’re travelling.
In response to requests from the community, the Puketāpapa local board, and our own investigations, we’re making upgrades to Hendry Avenue in early 2023 to improve the Southwestern Cycleway link and make the road safer for everyone.
The works will make the cycleway clearer for cyclists by painting green road markings and encourage lower speeds by installing raised crossings and speed bumps. Lower speeds will make Hendry Avenue safer for everyone, whether they are driving, walking, running, or cycling.
Construction is starting in late March and is scheduled to be completed in July 2023.
The work will involve closing Hendry Avenue and setting up detours. If you live somewhere along a closed road, traffic controllers at either end of the road will help you.
Late-November 2022 – Consultation opens
Mid-December 2022 – Consultation closes
Early 2023 – Feedback report released
March 2023 – Construction begins
2022 Public Consultation
From the 28 November 2022 to the 16 December 2022, we consulted on the proposed safety improvements along Hendry Avenue in Hillsborough. We received a total of 61 submissions.
Download the 2022 public feedback report for Hendry Avenue, Hillsborough. (PDF 878KB, 21 pages)
After reviewing the feedback we received, the work is proceeding as proposed.
View more information about the consultation.
We want to make our roads safe for everyone regardless of how they are travelling. We are guided by the Vision Zero approach to transport safety, which prioritises human safety. Projects like this one on Hendry Avenue are another step towards our goal of achieving no deaths or serious injuries on our roads.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.