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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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Location (suburb, street) Type of work being done Planned start Project drawings
Matakana Road, Matakana We are installing a Safety Crash Barrier along Matakana Road at its intersection with Anderson Road and Rosemont Road. An investigation by the Road Safety team identified a pattern of crashes that justifies the installation of a Safety Crash Barrier. April to June, due for completion by end of June 2021.  Download the proposal drawing (PDF 279KB)
Landscape Road and Mt Eden Road, Mt Eden We are painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on the southern side of Landscape Road near the intersection with Mount Eden Road. This will remove 1 parking space. These changes will make it easier for residents and larger vehicles, including emergency services, to turn left into Landscape Road. June-July 2021 Download proposal drawing (PDF 248KB)
Beach Road, Torbay We are upgrading existing bus stops on Beach Road, Torbay. These changes are needed to bring the current bus stops up to standard and to ensure they are more visible to drivers. The new broken yellow lines will provide more space to ease departure for buses. June 2021 Download proposal drawing (PDF 309KB)
Vincent Street and Greys Avenue, Auckland Central We are installing 'No Stopping Off Roadway' signs to improve safety and visibility for drivers along Vincent Street and Greys Avenue. These restrictions will remove no legal parking spaces. April 2021 Download proposal drawing (PDF 271KB)
Symes Drive, Red Beach We are painting broken yellow line (no stopping at all times) restrictions outside 89 Symes Drive to improve safety by increasing the sight distance around the bend. This will result in the loss of 6 parking spaces. June 2021 Download proposal drawing (PDF 172KB)
Iberia Place, Lynfield We are improving access to driveways by extending the broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) by 5 metres outside 2 and 2A Iberia Place. No legal parking spaces will be removed as the minimum distance required for a parking space is 6 metres. The change will make it safer and easier for drivers to enter onto the road. April 2021 Download proposal drawing (PDF 338KB)
Crocus Place, Remuera We are painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) in the turning head of this cul de sac. This will remove 2 parking spaces. The addition of broken yellow lines will make it easier for residents and larger vehicles, including emergency services and waste collection, to reach properties and turn safely in this street. May/July 2021 Download proposal drawing (PDF 660KB)
Trelawn Place, Cockle Bay We are installing a raised zebra crossing with orange beacons on Trelawn Place, near the intersection with Sandspit Road. We will install signs and road markings leading up to the crossing, remove the existing kerb ramp and widen the footpath on both sides of the crossing and trim an existing tree to improve visibility. These changes aim to reduce driver speeds through this intersection and improve pedestrian safety, especially young schoolchildren. March - May 2021 Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.1MB)
Moore Street and Mannering Place, Hillcrest We are improving visibility at this intersection by painting broken yellow lines. This will remove a total of 7 on-street parking spaces. These changes will make it safer for people to cross the road, particularly young school children. April/May 2021 Download proposal drawing (PDF 313KB)
Bellevue Road, Mount Eden We are making some changes at the intersection of Bellevue Road and Esplanade Road in Mount Eden to improve visibility for people travelling through this intersection. The community has asked us to address the visibility issues caused by parked cars at the intersection. Extending the broken yellow lines will make sure drivers have a clear view exiting Esplanade Road onto Bellevue Road. April/May 2021 Download the drawings (PDF 294KB)
Hamilton Road, Surfdale We are making changes to improve facilities for electric vehicles, by introducing electric vehicle parking spaces. We are planning to create two P120 (two hour) electric vehicle parking spaces at #20B Hamilton Road carpark and provide one P180 (three hour) mobility space in Hamilton Road carpark. To support the high and growing number of electric vehicles in the area, the new charging spaces would offer new facilities and invest in the low emission efforts in Waiheke. The mobility parking space had also been previously been requested by the community and it will be installed to provide accessibility for people with mobility issues. February/March 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 413KB)
Weka Road, Oneroa We are making changes to improve facilities for electric vehicles, by introducing electric vehicle parking spaces. We are planning to create two P120 (two hour) electric vehicle parking spaces in the car park #1 Weka Road. Waiheke has the highest number of electric vehicles per capita in all of New Zealand. Therefore, to support the high and growing number of electric vehicles, the new charging spaces would offer new facilities and invest in the low emission efforts in Waiheke. February/March 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 190KB)
Grayson Avenue, Papatoetoe We are improving access to business parking areas by painting broken yellow lines outside the driveway at 9 Grayson Avenue. These changes will provide clear space for staff to enter and exit the parking area. May 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 166KB)
Oaklands Road, Mt Eden We are improving access to properties by painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) parking restrictions at the end of Oaklands Road, Mt Eden. These changes aim to provide clear space for residents to enter and exit their driveways. No legal parking is being removed. April 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 345KB)
Settlers Avenue, Hobsonville We are making it easier for large trucks to turn into and out of the Countdown service lane between Hobsonville Road and Settlers Avenue. The addition of broken yellow lines will ensure there is enough space for trucks to safely turn right into this narrow road. April 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 277KB)
Bethells Road, Bethells We are improving road safety and vehicle access by installing parking restrictions along Bethells Road. This involves installing ‘No Stopping On and Off Roadway’ signs near #228 Bethells Road and will remove approximately 10 legal car parking spaces April 2021 Download the drawings (PDF 399KB)
Onslow Road, Mount Eden We are improving safety for pedestrians using the courtesy crossing outside 4 Onslow Road by adding broken yellow line (no stopping at all times) on both sides of the road at the crossing. 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 3 on-street parking spaces. February 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 264KB)
Mount Eden Road, Mount Eden We are improving parking, by removing a portion of broken yellow lines outside 803 Mount Eden Road in Mount Eden. This will reinstate one P30 Monday to Friday 10am-6pm and Saturday 8am-6pm parking space. April/May 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 240KB)
Falcon Street, Parnell Improving parking availability by formalising one paid parking space near the corner of Akaroa Street and extending the broken yellow lines over the driveway entrance to clearly show where parking is allowed. January 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 278KB)
Commerce Street, Auckland Central We are improving parking for loading vehicles by changing parking restrictions outside 8-10 and 13 Commerce Street. We will also be relocating the parking for the White Lady food truck to a permanent position outside 13 Commerce Street. We are waiting for the relocation of utility services before we can give an accurate timeframe for the implementation of these works. Download the drawing (PDF 233KB)
685 Hillsborough Road, Mt Roskill We are improving safety at 685 Hillsborough Road by painting a short section of broken yellow lines. This will remove 1 car park and create more space for drivers to pass between a traffic island and parked cars. Completion is due before the end of December 2020 Download the drawings (PDF 312KB)
Crossfield Road, Glendowie We are making some changes to improve bus related congestion by making changes to the start of the #774 bus route which begins service on Crossfield Road.
  • We will move the route start of the #774 bus service from outside 137 Crossfield Road, to opposite 108 Mount Taylor Drive, which will shorten the start of the bus route by two stops.
  • In the afternoons, the outbound route will also be changed to shorten it by two stops so it will finish at 108 Mount Taylor Drive.
  • We will informally use some of the angle parking next to Crossfield Reserve for buses to wait before the route starts. This parking would become a shared space, for buses to use from 6am to 9am on weekdays and cars to use at all other times.
  • We will install AT advisory signs at two sections of angle parking spaces to show that the area is reserved for AT buses from 6am to 9:30am on weekdays.
January 2021 Download the drawings (PDF 821KB)
Bridge View Road, Birkenhead We are improving access by installing broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) parking restrictions at the cul-de sac of Bridge View Road, Birkenhead. These changes will remove one legal parking space and aim to make it easier for residents and larger vehicles to navigate this street safely. October/November 2020 Download the drawings (PDF 515KB)
Haig Avenue and Hardley Avenue, Mount Roskill We are improving road safety by adding broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on the corners of the intersection of Haig Avenue and Hardley Avenue. Cars parked too close to the intersection, and over the crossings, are reducing visibility for people at this intersection. December 2020 Download the drawings (210KB)
Mangere Town Square, Mangere We are installing Broken Yellow Lines (no stopping at all times) parking restrictions outside number 17R Mangere Town Square. Vehicles parking outside of the marked car park spaces are making it difficult for other vehicles to manoeuvre, particularly when parked near the mobility parking spaces. This proposal aims to improve access for drivers within the car park. December 2020 Download the drawings (PDF 532KB)
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. 2021/2022 Download the drawing (PDF 3.6MB).
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. January 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 545KB)
Glenfield Road, Glenfield We are improving vehicle access for residents by adding broken yellow lines on sections of the service lane between 527 and 545 Glenfield Road. We were asked by residents to address the issue of parked cars blocking access for drivers to this narrow road. The addition of broken yellow lines will make it easier and safer for drivers, including the emergency services, to access properties. November 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 205KB)
Fanshawe Street, Hobson Street, Pitt Street and Mayoral Drive, Auckland Central Installation of bus lane cameras to reduce the misuse of bus lanes. December 2020
Nugget Avenue, Hobsonville We are improving road safety by adding broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on Nugget Avenue at the intersection with Hobsonville Point Road in Hobsonville. These works will increase visibility at this location and make the area safer for all road users. 8 on-street parking spaces will be removed. December 2020 Download the drawing (PDF 555KB)
Tihi Street, Stonefields Painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on Tihi Street near Guard Crescent and Vialou Lane intersection in Stonefields, which will remove a total of 2 parking spaces. This is to provide better visibility for people wanting to cross Tihi Street in Stonefields. December 2020 - February 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 877KB)
Long Street, Torbay We are improving vehicle access by adding broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the start and end of Long Street, Torbay. The changes aim to make it easier for residents and larger vehicles to access the street. 6 parking spaces at the end and 4 parking spaces at the start will be removed from the street. April 2021 Download the drawing (PDF 357KB)
Ihumatao Road, Mangere Install No stopping signs on either side of the driveway at 198 Ihumatao Road, Mangere. This will improve visibility for drivers leaving the property by stopping cars from parking too close to the driveway. The change will make it easier and safer for drivers to enter onto the road. These works are scheduled to be completed before the end of January 2021. Download the drawing (PDF 390KB)


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