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

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Projects with an asterisk * are funded by the Community Safety Fund. Read more information about the Community Safety Fund.

Location (suburb, street) Type of work being done Planned start Project drawings
East Coast Road, Dairy Flat We are going to install Audio Tactile Profile (ATP) road markings to the edge-lines and centreline along East Coast Road to improve road safety in the area.

These changes aim to reduce the risk of head-on and run-off-road type crashes. Between 2015 and 2019, there were 14 injury crashes of these types on East Coast Road. 5 caused serious injury and 9 were minor.

East Coast Road is considered a high-risk corridor because of this history of crashes. Installing the ATP road markings will help keep drivers in their lanes, which will reduce the risk of an accident.
These works are scheduled for March 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 860KB)
Sanders Road, Paremoremo We are planning to paint staggered broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along Sanders Road from the gate entering Sanders Reserve to the end of Merewhira Road. AT investigated this area in response to community requests. Sanders Road is a narrow road, and we discovered access issues caused by vehicles parking on both sides of the road.

The staggered arrangement of the broken yellow lines will encourage lower driving speeds on this narrow road. The changes will prevent vehicles from parking opposite one another on both sides of the road. This will improve access down Sanders Road, particularly for emergency and service vehicles. 
These works are scheduled to begin between March and April 2022.  Download proposal drawing (PDF 176KB)
Tamaki Drive, Ōrākei We are planning changes to improve driver and road safety on Tamaki Drive. The changes include:

    • Install two “Advance Curve Warning” signs, with ‘SLOW’ road markings, at both approaches to the bend on Tamaki Drive between Okahu Street and Watene Crescent.
    • Remove the existing “Reverse Curve - Decreasing Radius” sign for the drivers travelling eastbound. This sign is being replaced by the new “Advanced Curve Warning” sign.
    • Install two “Slippery Surface - Slow When Wet” signs prior to the bend on Tamaki Drive between Okahu Street and Watene Crescent. As an interim solution, the two signs are to be removed after the high friction surfacing is to be laid in 2022/23 financial year.
    • Install High Friction Surfacing (HFS) through the bend. However, this will be installed in the 2022/23 financial year incorporated as part of Auckland Transports Maintenance Programme. Before the HFS is in place, Auckland Transport will waterblast the bend to clean the road surface. This will minimise the risk of slippery roads during wet weather for motorists.
These changes are in response to a number of reported loss of control crashes on Tamaki Drive near Okahu Street. The main cause of these crashes were motorists approaching the bend at an inappropriate speed for the road conditions they were driving in. In the past 5 years 15 crashes have occurred at this location, as a result of motorists driving at high speeds in wet conditions. This project aims to raise driver’s awareness to the upcoming bend, so that they are prepared to slow down to an appropriate speed for the conditions that they are driving around the bend in.
These works are scheduled for March 2022 Download proposal drawing (PDF 354KB)
Woodlands Park Road, Titirangi We are planning to install ‘No Stopping Off Roadway’ signage on the grass berm outside 152 Woodlands Park Road in Titirangi. This project responds to a community request to address unsafe parking on the grass berm, as vehicles parked in this location restrict visibility.

Installing ‘No Stopping Off Roadway’ signs will prevent berm parking by making it clear to drivers that parking on the berms is prohibited. These changes aim to improve visibility for drivers exiting their driveways along this stretch of road and for drivers travelling around the bend.
These works are scheduled for May - June 2022 Download proposal drawing (PDF 466KB)
Manutewhau Road and Ambar Ridge Avenue, Massey We are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on Ambar Ridge Avenue, Manutewhau Road, and George McWhirter Avenue. We are planning to paint these lines in places where parked vehicles may block the movement of other vehicles, especially emergency services, along these streets.

We are also planning to install no stopping off roadway signs to restrict drivers from parking on the grass berms on Manutewhau Road, Ambar Ridge Avenue, George McWhirter Avenue, Waimoana Close, and Orowaru Avenue.

No legal parking spaces will be removed as result of these changes. The new road markings and signage will make it clear to drivers where vehicles should and should not be parked. This will improve access by preventing drivers from parking in a way that obstructs the road and flow of vehicles along these streets.
These words are scheduled for March - June 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 600KB)
Fowlds Avenue, Sandringham – Bus Stop Removal We plan to get rid of the bus stop road markings on Fowlds Avenue as they are not being used. There are no signs at the bus stop at 5 Fowlds Avenue that let our parking wardens ticket illegal parking there. That's caused people to park at the stop all day.
We'll replace the stop with a No Stopping restriction that runs from 9 am - 11 am Monday to Sunday. This is the same restriction on this stretch of Fowlds Avenue.
These works are scheduled for May / June 2022.  Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.02MB)
New North Road and Sandringham Road, Kingsland We plan to install two raised zebra crossings on the slip lanes at the intersection of New North Road and Sandringham Road.
We will install one crossing on the slip lane onto New North Road heading west. We will install the other crossing on the slip lane onto Sandringham Road heading south. We will raise the crossings to the same level as the footpath.
These raised crossings will give pedestrians, especially school children, a safer place to cross. Many pedestrians use these slip lanes to get to local schools and businesses. AT has observed about 100 pedestrians crossing during busy morning and evening times.
Raising the crossing will make it easier for drivers to see pedestrians and help slow down traffic speeds near the crossings. Currently, drivers do not need to slow down or give way to pedestrians at the slip lanes. With the crossing points, drivers will need to stop for pedestrians waiting to cross.
This intersection is part of another AT project, the New North Road and Symonds Street Upgrade. It includes medium to long-term improvements along New North Road and its major intersections. As part of this project, we will look into creating a new intersection design. This could include prioritising buses, separate cycle lanes, and safety improvements for pedestrians.
You'll be able to provide us with feedback soon. Click here to learn more about this project.
These works are scheduled for January 2022.  Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.88MB)
College Hill, Freemans Bay We are installing a cycle lane from 5 to 25 College Hill, Freemans Bay. We will paint the cycle lane green to make the cycle route clear for cyclists and other vehicle users.
College Hill is on a major cycle route that is popular for cyclists travelling into or out of the city. This project will link College Hill with the existing Victoria Street Cycleway. It will also make it safer for cyclists to travel down College Hill. In the past 5 years, there have been 3 crashes at the intersection of College Hill and Gudgeon Street. These crashes were due to drivers failing to give way to eastbound cyclists. This new dedicated, protected cycle lane will keep cyclists safer and improve cycling networks in the city.
These works are scheduled for May 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.21MB)
Tamaki Drive, Mission Bay We are extending the current no-stopping restriction along Tamaki Drive, Mission Bay. Drivers are not allowed to stop or park along this stretch of road from midnight to 5am, Friday to Sunday. The police requested this project as residents are worried about antisocial behaviour in the area. These restrictions will improve community safety in Mission Bay. They are supported by the Ōrākei Local Board, Mission Bay Business Association, and the Mission Bay Kohimarama Residents Association. These works are scheduled for January 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 251KB)
Doreen Avenue, Mount Albert

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on the east side of Doreen Avenue, outside the Rossgrove Chapel. We received a request from residents of Doreen Avenue to install broken yellow lines to improve accessibility on the narrow road. After investigating the matter, we plan to formalise parking by installing broken yellow lines on one side of the road. This will improve accessibility and safe manoeuvring for large vehicles such as emergency vehicles and rubbish collection services.

May 2022

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Orakei Road, Remuera

We are planning to repaint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) outside 147 and 149 Orakei Road, Remuera. This will result in the removal of 2 parking spaces. Broken yellow lines were previously painted on Orakei Road opposite Manawa Road and we plan to reinstate them due to recent requests to remove the parking at this location. A site observation showed that when drivers are waiting to turn right from Orakei Road into Manawa Road, southbound traffic on Orakei Road could queue back hundreds of meters during peak times. Reinstating the broken yellow lines will enable road users to pass those who are waiting to turn and improve the traffic flow.

March 2022

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The Strand, Takapuna

In response to community requests, we are planning some changes to improve access to Takapuna Beach and nearby public facilities for mobility permit holders on The Strand, Takapuna.

AT has received requests to address the difficulties that some mobility permit holders have experienced with the current parking design at The Strand, Takapuna. The planned changes will increase the number of accessible spaces and upgrade the existing spaces in close proximity to the accessible public facilities on The Strand.

These works are scheduled for April to June 2022.

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Mitchelson Street and Morrin Street, Ellerslie 

The bend where Mitchelson Street and Morrin street meet has a crash history for the last five years with one serious crash, one non-injury crash, and a number of non-injury loss of control crashes. We aim to improve road safety, especially for motorcyclists, by installing a two small, raised islands on the median as well as new road markings, curve warning signs (sometimes called chevron signs) and reflective road markers. 

March 2022

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Florence Avenue, Orewa

We are planning some changes to improve access to the Work and Income building on Florence Avenue, Orewa, by changing a parking space directly outside the building to mobility card holders only. 

These changes will improve safety and access to the Work and Income building. While there are mobility parking spaces in the town centre, there are none that serve this community service provider building and visitors with accessibility requirements often struggle to find parking spaces near the building.

These works are scheduled to be constructed between March and May 2022.

Download proposal drawing (PDF 124KB)

Thomas Rielly Avenue, Hobsonville

In response to community requests, we are planning changes to improve vehicle access in Thomas Rielly Avenue, Mardell Avenue and Dorricott Avenue, Hobsonville.

Changes will include painting broken yellow lines on Thomas Rielly Avenue, Mardell Avenue and Dorricott Avenue, near the intersections with other roads, and in places which vehicles may park opposite each other. We are also planning to install ‘No Stopping off Roadway’ signs along Thomas Rielly Avenue, Mardell Avenue and Dorricott Avenue, to restrict vehicles from parking on the grass berm next to the road.

No legal parking spaces will be removed as result of these changes. The new road markings and signage will make it clear to drivers where vehicles should and should not be parked. Access will be improved by preventing vehicles from parking in a manner which obstructs the road and flow of vehicles along these streets.

March-May 2022

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Merton Road, Saint Johns

We are planning changes to the broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on Merton Road, Saint Johns. The changes to the broken yellow lines on Merton Road will improve driver and road safety, especially for larger vehicles travelling westbound. Currently vehicles park too close to the existing pedestrian island, which creates access issues for vehicles travelling past the crossing point. The new formation of the broken yellow lines will ensure that larger vehicles can travel through here safely and with ease. 

These works are scheduled for February 2022. 

Download proposal drawing (PDF 692KB)

Banks Road, Kawakawa Bay

Following a request from the Kawakawa Bay Fire Brigade, we are planning to install some broken yellow lines (no stopping at any time lines) in front of 3 and 4 Banks Road, and at the intersection of Banks Road and Kawakawa-Orere Road. This will remove two legal on-street parking spaces. 

The broken yellow lines have been requested by the Kawakawa Bay Fire Brigade because fire trucks and emergency vehicles have had issues exiting the fire station when cars are parked on the road.

The parking restrictions will help to keep the road clear and help the fire brigade respond quickly to the needs of your community. These broken yellow lines at the intersection will not remove any legal parking spaces, but instead will reinforce the rule that no parking is allowed at the corners of intersections. This will help to maintain good visibility and safety for all road users at the intersection. 

April/May 2022

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Duncan Avenue, Te Atatū South

In response to community requests, we are planning changes to address the issue of parked cars restricting vehicle movements around the traffic islands on Duncan Avenue.

We are planning to paint broken yellow line (no stopping at all times) restrictions on either side of each set of traffic islands on Duncan Avenue. This will restrict drivers from parking too close to the traffic islands, which will allow for improved vehicle maneuverability and decrease the risk of damage to the roadway or vehicles as a result.

These changes will remove 8 legal on-street parking spaces.

These works are scheduled for March 2022.

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Richardson Road, Owairaka

We are planning to upgrade the existing zebra crossing outside 46 Richardson Road to a raised zebra crossing to improve pedestrian safety in the area. The upgraded crossing will be raised to be flush with the footpath.

Parking will be rearranged. However, there will be no loss of parking outside the shops. These changes on Richardson Road will improve pedestrian safety for people accessing the nearby shops, parks and school by slowing down approaching drivers.

March/April 2022

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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.

These works are scheduled for March 2022.

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Piccadilly Place, Kohimarama

We are planning to replace the existing no stopping restriction that applies from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm on the east side of the street, outside 27 Rawhitiroa Road and 2 Piccadilly Place, with broken yellow lines.

This will result in the continuation of broken yellow lines on the entire east side of the street. The parking on the west side of the street will be retained. 

These changes are in response to a request from residents to improve accessibility on Piccadilly Place at all times, as it is a narrow road and accessibility is restricted when vehicles are parked on both sides of the street. 

The broken yellow lines will be painted on the east side of the street as community feedback highlighted that children use the footpath on the west side to walk to school and parked cars provide a barrier between children and traffic. 

These works are scheduled for January 2022.

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Grace Street, Ōrākei  

In October 2021, we invited community feedback on our proposal to improve driver safety and vehicle access on Grace Street, Ōrākei. We are still proceeding with painting the broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times), but their location on Grace Street is now changing slightly.

We have listened to residents' concerns and suggestions and have amended the design of the broken yellow lines on Grace Street to ensure that driver safety and vehicle access is improved, whilst also ensuring that residents have clear access to their properties.

A small section of broken yellow lines will now be added opposite 25 and 23 Grace Street. These design changes will ensure that residents can enter and exit their properties safely and improve safe vehicle access around the head of the cul-de-sac.

January 2022

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Huia Road, Shirley Road and Rauhuia Crescent, Parau

We are planning safety improvements at the Shirley Road and Rauhuia Crescent intersections with Huia Road. These changes are in response to a history of crashes at this location, in which the main contributing factors were the lack of visibility of the Rauhuia Crescent and Shirley Road approaches for people travelling along Huia Road. 

This will involve converting both the Shirley Road and Rauhuia Crescent intersections with Huia Road to stop-controlled intersections, and widening the centre lines to allow for more space between the vehicle lanes on Huia Road. New signage, road markings and street lighting will be installed to support these changes. 

January 2022

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Portage Road, New Lynn

We are planning safety improvements near the intersection of Portage Road and Puriri Street, New Lynn. These works are in response to a history of vehicle crashes at this location. 

Changes will involve moving the place in which the two northbound lanes on Portage Road merge into a single lane to be slightly further south on Portage Road, as well as painting flush markings and installing a traffic island and new signage.

We are also planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along the eastern kerb, extending across the driveway at 4 Portage Road and a further 9 metres northeast along Portage Road. This will result in the loss of two parking spaces. 

These changes will improve the visibility of drivers travelling along Portage Road Street, for drivers pulling out of Puriri Street and the driveway at 4 Portage Road.  

April 2022

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Royal Road, Massey

In partnership with Waka Kotahi (NZ Transport Agency), we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) and install a Cycle Lane Ends sign along the southern kerb of Royal Road, Massey.

This will improve the safety of cyclists by providing measures to ensure vehicles and cyclists are able to merge safely at this location. These changes will result in the loss of 3 parking spaces.

These works are scheduled for January 2022.

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Metcalfe Road & Duxfield Drive, Ranui

Due to a history of crashes at this location, we are planning safety improvements on Metcalfe Road. We are planning to repaint the road markings on Metcalfe Road, near the intersection of Metcalfe Road and Duxfield Drive, which will include painting a designated right-turning bay for vehicles waiting to turn right into Duxfield Drive and installing new signage to support these changes. This will provide a safe place for vehicles to stop while waiting to turn right into Duxfield Drive, without obstructing traffic on Metcalfe Road. 

We are also planning to install tactile pavers, which are yellow guidance pavement markers, on the footpaths at either side of the nearby pedestrian island crossing to help visually impaired people find their way to the crossing and safely cross the road.

March 2022

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Carex Way, Long Bay

Hibiscus and Bays Local Board and residents have asked us to address the issue of vehicles parking along the road and inside the head of the cul-de-sac of Carex Way. This causes access issues to residential driveways, and blocks access for emergency services and rubbish collection services.

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines to address this issue. Approximately 15 parking spaces will be removed.

These works are scheduled for April 2022.

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Taylor Street, Māngere Bridge

We have changed our plans for removing broken yellow lines on Taylor Road after some residents reached out to us and expressed concern about visibility, given the proximity to the crest of the hill on Taylor Road, and the safety for drivers exiting or entering driveways along this stretch of the road. 

We are now planning to retain 14.5 meters of broken yellow lines in front of 20 Taylor Road, measured from the intersection of Taylor Road and Woodward Avenue, to ensure good visibility at the intersection. We will also remove 17 metres of broken yellow lines in front of 20 Taylor Road. 

All other parking restrictions will remain the same. This will ensure that the parking restrictions on either side of the speed management traffic islands and near the Taylor Road-Woodward Avenue intersection are retained.  

These works are scheduled for January 2022.

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Massey Road, Māngere

After receiving multiple requests from the community, we are removing the on-street parking between the intersection between Massey Road and Mascot Avenue and the bus stop to the west. This will remove two parking spaces near 623 Massey Road.

The Massey Road and Mascot Avenue intersection is a high-risk intersection, with nine reported crashes in the last five years. Removing the parking will improve visibility for vehicles turning out of Mascot Avenue.

January 2022

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John Street, Pukekohe

Watercare have asked us to improve access to the water filling station on John Street in Pukekohe. We are planning to formalise the existing loading zone area opposite 50 John Street as a P5 Loading Zone for water carrier trucks by installing signage.

We will also paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on either side of the existing loading zone to ensure that the water tank trucks can pull into and out of the loading zone. This will remove approximately four on-street parking spaces. These parking restrictions and clear signage will improve the ability of water trucks to access the water filling station safely.

These works are scheduled for January 2022.

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Tamaki Drive, Parnell

We are making some changes to improve road user safety along Tamaki Drive by installing a variable messaging sign, a type of electronic messaging sign, on Tamaki Drive before the turnoff to Solent Street and the Ports of Auckland.

Please note that the positioning of the sign is not set and will be determined on-site once its power source is secure.

The electronic messaging sign will improve road user safety for people travelling along Tamaki Drive, and onto other destinations, as it can warn drivers of traffic congestion, accidents, speed limits and road work zones.

The sign is being installed alongside footpath and cycleway improvements, to reduce the impact of construction happening on Tamaki Drive.

These works are scheduled for January 2022.

Download the project drawing (PDF 6.46MB)

Dawson Road, Snells Beach In response to a request from Snells Beach School, we are planning to install No Stopping at Certain Hours parking restrictions outside of Snells Beach School on school days during school pick-up and drop-off hours (8.30am – 9.30am and 2.30pm – 3.30pm). These works are scheduled for January 2022. Download the project drawing (PDF 291KB)
Miranda Street, Otira Street, Ruahine Street, Avondale Auckland Transport is making some changes to improve road safety at the intersection of Miranda Street, Otira Street, Ruahine Street by installing new stop controls as well as broken yellow lines. February 2022 Download the project drawing (PDF 264KB)
Georgina Street, Freemans Bay In response to a request from residents, we are planning to extend the broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) outside Costley Reserve on Georgina Street in Freemans Bay to improve accessibility and safety for road users, especially drivers of rubbish trucks and emergency vehicles. This will result in the removal of approximately 3 on-street parking spaces on this narrow road. These works are scheduled for March 2022. Download the project drawing (PDF 623KB)
Powell Street, Avondale

In August 2021 we informed the community of our plans to improve access to the cul-de-sac on Powell Street by painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times). 

Based on further investigation of the issue and the feedback from local rubbish collection service, the design has been updated to install additional sections of broken yellow lines along the road leading into the cul-de-sac on Powell Street. This would result in an additional 18 metres of broken yellow lines and would remove 3 additional parking spaces. 

February 2022 Download the project drawing (PDF 290KB)

Hall Street, Pukekohe

We have received requests from the community and the Franklin Local Board to make changes to some time-restricted parking spaces on Hall Street. We are changing the time-restricted parking spaces in front of 7A Hall Street from P10 (10-minute time limit) to P60 (one-hour time limit).

The community has told us that since the post office left this location, the short-term parking restrictions no longer make sense for the new businesses. Changing the P10 parking restrictions to P60 will better meet the needs of the community and businesses nearby, allowing people more time to park and shop.

These works are scheduled for January 2022.

Download the project drawing (PDF 360KB)

Carr Road, Mt Roskill

We are planning to reinstate 11 metres of broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) outside 20 to 28 Carr Road, Mt Roskill.

This will remove 2 parking spaces. Broken yellow lines had been previously painted outside 20 to 28 Carr Road to ensure that the high volume of vehicles entering and exiting the shared driveway to the properties could do so safely. However, the broken yellow lines were removed as part of the Mount Roskill Safer Community programme.

Businesses at these properties have asked for the broken yellow lines to be reinstated to improve driver visibility and ensure access to the driveway at all times.

These works are scheduled for February 2022.

Download the project drawing (PDF 1.7MB)

Glenmall Place, Glen Eden We are painting zebra crossings at each of the 6 existing raised crossing points in Glenmall Place, Glen Eden. This will ensure people crossing have the right of way, improving safety for anyone crossing Glenmall Place. We will paint new road markings, upgrade street lighting and install new signage to support these crossings. January 2022 Download the project drawing (PDF 3.8MB)

English Oak Drive, Schnapper Point 

Customers have asked us to address the issue of vehicles parking at the head of the cul-de-sac of English Oak Drive, blocking turning access for emergency services and waste collection services. We are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) to address this issue.

These changes will result in the loss of approximately 8 parking spaces.

 

February 2022

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Rutland Street, Auckland Central We have received requests from customers asking to provide a loading zone on Rutland Street, as there is a lack of loading zones in the area that are operational after 11am. We will be converting 9m of P180 motorcycle parking spaces to a P5 Loading Zone At All Times. These works are scheduled for January 2022. Download the project drawing (PDF 220KB)

Albany Road, Herne Bay

We are improving accessibility on Albany Road in Herne Bay by installing a P180 mobility parking space. We have received multiple requests for mobility parking near Herne Bay Medical Centre which is on Albany Road.

Currently, there are no mobility parking spaces nearby and people with accessibility needs who visit the medical centre or the local shops and restaurants have to park a long way away. We will change two existing P60 carparks into one P180 mobility parking space.

These works are scheduled for January 2022.

Download the project drawing (PDF 253KB)

Kennedy Point Carpark, Donald Bruce Road, Surfdale We are making some changes to car parking spaces at Kennedy Point Wharf Carpark to create dedicated spaces for electric vehicles and motorbikes. These changes will support Vector and Electric Island Waiheke’s plans to install electric vehicle charging stations at the location.  These works are scheduled for February 2022. Download the project drawing (PDF 186 KB)

Ivanhoe Road & Mountain View Road, Grey Lynn

In response to a community request, we are painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) parking restrictions on the corner of Mountain View Road and Ivanhoe Road. These restrictions will ensure vehicles do not park on the corner of the intersection.

Currently, when vehicles are parked on this corner drivers must cross the centre line to pass them, which greatly increases the chance of a head-on crash. This will result in the loss of two on-street parking spaces.

January 2022

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Waikumete Road, Glen Eden

We have received requests from Glen Eden Fire Station at 4 Waikumete Road to address the issue of parked cars obstructing access to the property. We are making some minor improvements to ensure that firefighters are able to respond to emergencies promptly.

We are planning to install broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) outside the fire station, resulting in the loss of 2 parking spaces. This will ensure that emergency response vehicles are able to promptly and safely enter and exit the fire station. 

These works have now been delayed due to Covid restrictions and are expected to be installed by end of January 2022.  

Download the project drawing (PDF 327KB)

Balmoral Road and Tenterden Avenue, Mount Eden

We are upgrading the existing pram crossings, which are the short ramps that allow prams and wheelchairs to transition smoothly from the footpath to the roadway when crossing the road, at this intersection.

We will also be installing tactile pavers on the ramps, which are yellow guidance paving markers to help guide visually impaired people to the intersection.

These works are scheduled for March 2022.

Download the project drawing (PDF 177KB)

Omaha Drive, Omaha We are installing a 2.5-metre wide concrete walkway along the western side of Omaha Drive, Omaha. This walkway will extend from Broadlands Drive to North West Anchorage (approximately 850 metres) terminating at the golf club car park. These works are scheduled for January 2022. Download the project drawing (PDF 2.88MB)


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