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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
984 New North Road, Mount Albert We are improving parking availability by changing three reserved parking spaces to the P120 (2-hour parking restriction) in the public carpark. We are responding to requests from the public about using these previously reserved spaces, causing issues of lack of available parking especially during the weekend and evenings. August 2020 Download the drawings (PDF 210KB)
  • 314-390 Khyber Pass, Newmarket
  • 450 Broadway, Newmarket
  • 532 Parnell Rd, Parnell
  • 117 Remuera Rd, Remuera
  • Intersection of Great South Road and Ngaire Avenue, Newmarket
  • 155 Gilies Ave, Epsom
We are improving traffic management by building variable messaging signs in Newmarket. These signs will show information including live journey times and road conditions helping people make more informed decisions as to which roads and forms of transport to take. Evidence suggests that having greater information on road conditions will encourage drivers to make more frequent use of different modes of transport and so decrease traffic congestion.  June/July 2020 Download the drawings (PDF 2.1MB)
6 Commerce Street, City centre We are improving parking availability for goods vehicles at 6 Commerce Street, CBD. Currently this space is resolved as a 10-minute time restriction but is signed incorrectly as a taxi stand. Our proposal aims to improve parking for goods vehicles to load and unload during the day and also improve parking for taxis at night by implementing a P5 loading zone (goods vehicles only) from 5am to 6pm Monday to Sunday and a taxi stand at all other times. June/July 2020 Download the drawings (PDF 215KB)
Francis Street, Hauraki We are improving access for residents by installing broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the end of Francis Street, Hauraki. These works are in response to complaints from residents regarding parked vehicles blocking driveways. July 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 754KB)
Hadfield Street and Sea Vista Avenue, Beach Haven Removing approximately 5 metres of existing broken yellow lines on Hadfield Street and Sea Vista Avenue. This proposal is in response to a community request to improve parking. June/July 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 663KB)
Mako Street, Waiheke Converting one P480 parking space to a P180 mobility parking space on Mako Street to improve access to the Sustainability Centre for mobility permit holders. July/August 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 163KB)
Palm Road, Waiheke Converting a currently unrestricted parking space to a P180 mobility parking space. This proposal is in response to a request from the local community regarding the lack of mobility parking for Palm Beach, Palm Road. July 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 163KB)
West Coast Road and Shaw Road, Oratia This project is part of a nationwide trial of “Dragon’s Teeth” road markings, in conjunction with the New Zealand Transport Authority (NZTA). The road markings aim to visually warn drivers of changes in speed limit therefore decrease these speeds. Mid-July Download the drawing (PDF 3.2MB)
Muriwai Road, Waimauku This project is part of a nationwide trial of “Dragon’s Teeth” road markings, in conjunction with the New Zealand Transport Authority (NZTA). The road markings aim to visually warn drivers of changes in speed limit therefore decrease these speeds. Mid-July Download the drawing (PDF 2.9MB).
Walters Road, Takanini Installing a new crossing with traffic lights on Walters Road, Takanini outside Kauri Flats School. This is in response to requests from the school to improve the safety of students crossing the road.  July 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 3.6MB).
Mercury Lane, Windsor Park Extending broken yellow lines at 14 Mercury Lane in Windsor Park to prevent cars blocking access to a driveway. One angled parking space at the edge of the driveway will be removed to improve access. April/May 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 101KB)
Meadowbank, Waiatarua Road  Changing the pickup and drop off spaces to P5 (5 minute parking) restrictions (Monday to Friday, 8am to 9am & 2:30pm to 3:30pm School Days Only). These changes respond to a request from the school to ease congestion and are supported by the NZ Police.  February/March 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 218KB)
Dairy Flat, Dairy Flat Highway Adding broken yellow lines outside driveway of 1220 Dairy Flat Hwy. Three parking spaces to be removed to improve visibility. May-July 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 395KB)
Bangor Street, Point Chevalier Adding broken yellow lines on Bangor Street to improve emergency services and Council vehicle access to Coyle Park. July 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 209KB)
England Street, Freemans Bay Changing the mobile library vehicle parking space to P120 restricted parking (8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays) as the space is no longer being used. Four new parking spaces will be created. Mid-late April 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 178KB)
Sandringham Road, Sandringham Install a box of plants with reflective strips to reinforce no parking restrictions and act as a safety barrier. Remove remaining seven metres of broken yellow lines, and replace them with P30 (30 minutes) restricted parking. June - August 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 151KB)
Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby Marking existing on-street parking and relocating the existing mobility parking space on 172-176 Ponsonby Road to 182 Ponsonby Road to improve parking visibility and access for all users. July - August 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 174KB)
Carlton Crescent, Maraetai Auckland Council Healthy Waters and Auckland Transport are working together to install new stormwater management on Carlton Crescent, Maraetai. This is in response to requests from residents whose properties flood in heavy rain. A new kerb will direct road surface water away from properties into a new stormwater drain. Late July 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 2.6MB)
Aratonga Avenue and Korau Road, Greenlane We are proposing to install new signage and road markings at the Aratonga Avenue and Korau Road intersection, Greenlane. These changes respond to a customer complaint regarding the lack of give-way signs and road markings at this intersection, which can result in drivers not giving way to other vehicles. The installation of the signs and road markings will remind drivers to stop at this intersection and improve safety. August - September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 320KB)
Lake Road and Napier Avenue, Takapuna We are improving road usage on Lake Road by installing an electronic message sign in the berm or footpath on the corner of Lake Road and Napier Avenue. This sign will show live journey times while improving event and incident management capabilities across Auckland’s road network. July-September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 239KB)
Esmonde Road, Takapuna We are improving road usage on Esmonde Road by installing an electronic message sign in the berm or footpath at 32 Esmonde Road. This sign will show live journey times while improving event and incident management capabilities across Auckland’s road network. July-September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 295KB)
Windsor Park, Constellation Drive We are improving road usage on Constellation Drive by installing an electronic message sign in the berm or footpath near the intersection of Constellation Drive and East Coast Road. This sign will show live journey times while improving event and incident management capabilities across Auckland’s road network. July-September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 264KB)
Pah Road, Epsom We are improving road usage on Pah Road by installing an electronic message sign in the berm or footpath near 49 Pah Road. This sign will show live journey times while improving event and incident management capabilities across Auckland’s road network. July-September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 311KB)
Manukau Road, Epsom We are improving road usage on Manukau Road by installing an electronic message sign in the berm or footpath near 343 Manukau Road. This sign will show live journey times while improving event and incident management capabilities across Auckland’s road network. July-September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 328KB)
Boscawen Street and Point Chevalier Road, Point Chevalier We are improving road safety by adding broken yellow lines at the corner of the Boscawen Street and Point Chevalier Road intersection. These works are in response to a concern raised by a local resident about the poor visibility at this intersection due to parked cars. The addition of broken yellow lines will increase visibility in this location and make this area safer for all road users. These works will remove 2 on street parking spaces. August- September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 386KB)
Baldwin Avenue, Mount Albert We are improving access by painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at Baldwin Avenue, Mount Albert. These changes respond to a request from local residents to address the issue of refuse collection vehicles being unable to turn at the bottom of the street. These works will remove 3 on-street parking spaces. August/September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 392KB)
Burrett Avenue, Penrose We are improving driveway access by installing broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the entrance to both driveways of property 2-6 Burrett Avenue. These works are in response to concerns from businesses regarding vehicles parked too close to driveways. The change aims to make it easier for trucks to turn into loading bays on this street. July to September 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 545KB)
Collingwood Street, Ponsonby We are improving road safety by implementing an ‘Exit-Only’ restriction on Collingwood Street at the intersection with Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby. This restriction will be trialled by installing new signs and road markings. Planter boxes and flexible posts will also be installed on the road to prevent drivers from turning into Collingwood Street to avoid traffic congestion on Ponsonby Road, during peak traffic periods. After implementation, we will monitor the turning movements of drivers in this area for one year. These changes aim to provide increased pedestrian safety by reducing the number of vehicles entering this street. Planned start 3 July 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 946KB)
Mays Road, Grey Street, and Curzon Street, Onehunga We are improving road safety by painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the intersection of Mays Road, Grey Street, and Curzon Street, Onehunga. This intersection has been the site of numerous crashes over the past few years. The new road markings should improve safety by increasing visibility at the intersection. We will paint broken yellow lines on the Northwest corner and the Southeast corner of the intersection. This project should take one day and remove 5 parking spaces. We expect to begin work in September, but this project is subject to budgetary restraints. Download the drawing (PDF 231KB)
41 Anzac Street and 35 Esmonde Road, Takapuna We are improving traffic flow by adding a variable messaging sign at 41 Anzac Road in Takapuna. This electronic signage will provide parking information for the new AT Takapuna Carpark, so that drivers can be quickly directed to car parks. By reducing the number of drivers searching for parking, this project should reduce congestion in downtown Takapuna. Construction is projected to begin between July and August. Download the drawing (PDF 532KB)


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