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.

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

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

Location (suburb, street) Type of work being done Planned start Project drawings
Queen Street, Warkworth We are planning to convert one parking space outside of 9 Queen Street, Warkworth from P60 8am to 6pm (Monday to Sunday) to a P5 Loading Zone 8am to 6pm (Monday to Sunday). This change is in response to requests from local businesses and the One Mahurangi Business Association.

This change will provide a space for delivery trucks to safety stop and make deliveries near 9 Queen Street, Warkworth, as well as improve pedestrian and road safety at this location.
These works are scheduled for February to April 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 164KB)
Bush Road, Albany To address safety concerns raised by the community, we are constructing a 120m footpath on Bush Road to connect the footpath on Albany Expressway to the section of existing footpath on Bush Road. We are also repainting the bus stop to be in line with the existing bus shelter and constructing a retaining wall along some of the footpath.

This upgrade will provide a safe and continuous footpath along this section of Bush Road which will improve pedestrian safety and accessibility.
These works are scheduled for August 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 2MB)
Saint Georges Road and Chalmers Street, Avondale
 
We are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the intersection of Chalmers Street and Saint Georges Road in Avondale.

These changes have been requested by residents who have raised safety concerns about parked vehicles blocking access to the intersection.

The broken yellow lines will make sure that the intersection is kept clear and that all vehicles, especially emergency services, can easily access the road.
These works are scheduled for February 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 274KB)
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. These works are scheduled for March 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 556KB)
Coates Avenue, Ōrākei After members of the public expressed their concern, an Ōrākei Local Board member requested the removal of 2 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.
These works are scheduled for February 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 437KB)
Putney Way, Manukau City We would like to improve the parking availability by having a time restriction of 3 hours (P180) for the mobility parking spaces on Putney Way. This will allow more people to efficiently use these parking spaces, in comparison to the current few cars occupying the spaces for the whole day.
  • We are planning to add a P180 time restriction to the mobility parking spaces outside 21 Putney Avenue.
Manukau Business Association has raised concerns about all day parking activity occurring in the existing mobility parking spaces outside 21 Putney Way.
These works are scheduled for the end of January 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 254KB)
Mapou Road, Hobsonville
We are planning to paint 3 sections of broken yellow lines between Sidney Wallingford Way and Leyton Kay Road on Mapou Road.
These works are scheduled for January to March 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 156KB)​
>Anzac Avenue, Auckland Central We are planning to implement 2 new P5 loading zones outside 24 and 75 Anzac Avenue. These would be applicable Monday to Sunday 8am to 6pm. These works are scheduled for December 2022 Download proposal drawing (PDF 473KB)
Kyle Road, Greenhithe In response to community requests, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines on Kyle Road to improve visibility and accessibility for residents and visitors.

We are planning to:
  • Paint broken yellow lines along the western kerb between 21 and 31 Kyle Road. This will remove 8 parking spaces.
Kyle Road can become a narrow road when vehicles park opposite each other between properties 21 to 31, causing a pinch point along the road. Painting broken yellow lines on the bend will encourage safer parking behaviour and prevent the road from being blocked. This will improve access and safety for all road users, especially for emergency services
These works are scheduled for December 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 230KB)
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 in February 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 235KB)
Point Chevalier Road, Point Chevalier
We are planning to implement a 5-minute goods vehicle only loading zone outside 506 Point Chevalier Road.
These works are scheduled for February 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 322KB)
White Swan Road, Mount Roskill We are planning to paint broken yellow lines along White Swan Road, from Pascoe Street to the bus stop outside of 78 White Swan Road. This will result in the removal of 4 parking spaces.

We have received complaints about parking along this section of White Swan Road. When vehicles are parked here, it makes it difficult for motorists to turn right onto Pascoe Street and to enter White Swan Road from Pascoe Street.

During peak hours, traffic builds up along White Swan Road causing a large backlog. By stopping parking along this section, it will be safer and easier to turn into and out of White Swan Road and improve traffic flow.
Between December 2022 and January 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 246KB)
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 February 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.6MB)
Budgen Street, Mount Roskill We are planning to paint broken yellow lines on the bend outside 44 and 42 Budgen Street and paint sections of broken yellow lines around the cul-de-sac at the end of Budgen Street. These works are scheduled for November 2022 Download proposal drawing (PDF 356KB)
Kauri Drive to Windfola Parkway to Phar Lap Crescent, Takanini We are planning to install “No Stopping Off Roadway” parking controls along Kauri Drive, Windfola Parkway and Phar Lap Crescent to stop cars from parking on the grass berms and allow parking officers to enforce safer parking behaviour.

These works are in response to requests from residents and the Addison Residents Society.
These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 233KB)
Kepa Road and Brenton Place, Orakei We are planning to install signs on the grass berm on the east corner of the Kepa Road and Brenton Place intersection to stop people from parking vehicles there. We are making this change in response to the findings of a crash investigation.

When vehicles are parked on this grass berm, the visibility of drivers exiting Brenton Place is restricted. Installing these signs will make it clear to drivers that parking on the berm is not allowed and ensure that there are good lines of sight at the intersection.
Late November and early December 2022 Download proposal drawing (PDF 924KB)
Victoria Road, Devonport We are planning to change the time restriction for the mobility parking space at 61 Victoria Road from 60 minutes to 120 minutes, at all times. This change will take place between December 2022 and February 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 115KB)
Valley Road, Titirangi
We received feedback from Northland Waste Limited that rubbish trucks are having trouble turning around at the end of Valley Road in Titirangi. In response, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines at the end of Valley Road, outside of properties #12, #24 and #3.

A total of four parking spaces will be removed as a result. We investigated this access issue and found that when vehicles park on both sides of the road at this location, there is not enough space for a standard rubbish truck to turn around.

Painting broken yellow lines will ensure there is clear access for all road users, especially for larger vehicles including rubbish trucks and emergency services.
These works are scheduled for November 2022. It will take one day to paint the broken yellow lines in good weather conditions. Download proposal drawing (PDF 36KB)
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.
These works are scheduled for February 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 1.5MB)
Westbourne Road, Murrays Bay We’ve received feedback from a resident asking us to improve access on Westbourne Road, Murrays Bay. In response, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the Westbourne Road and Beach Road intersection.

The changes we are planning:
  • Paint broken yellow lines outside 1 Westbourne Road and 486 Beach Road. Two parking spaces will be removed as a result.

We have visited your neighbourhood and noticed vehicles are parking too close to the Westbourne Road and Beach Road intersection. When this happens, a pinch point is created because of the traffic island at this location. This can affect access for all road users, including emergency services.

We understand that removing parking can be inconvenient, so we have minimised the removal as much as possible while also ensuring the safety of all road users. Painting broken yellow lines at this intersection will improve access and safety for all road users, especially for emergency services.
These works are scheduled for November 2022. It will take one day to paint the broken yellow lines in good weather conditions. Download proposal drawing (PDF 225KB)
Channel View Road, Clarks Beach In response to requests from the community, we are proposing to install broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) and no stopping off roadway areas along the shared access to Waiau Beach and some of Channel View Road. This will improve access to the beach and make it easier for emergency service vehicles and rubbish trucks to move around this street.

We are planning to paint broken yellow lines along:
  • the southern side of Channel View Road
  • the cul-de-sac at the end of Channel View Road
  • the shared access to Waiau Beach.
We are planning to install no stopping off roadway signs along:
  • both sides of Channel View Road
  • the shared access to Waiau Beach.
Painting broken yellow lines and installing no stopping off roadway signs will help to keep the shared access to the beach and the area around the cul-de-sac and along Channel View Road clear. This will improve access to the beach.

The broken yellow lines will prevent vehicles from parking opposite each other, keeping the street clear for people to travel down easily. We will also continue to monitor parking on the berm in this location.

These parking restrictions may be inconvenient, but they will improve access for everyone on the road. We will not remove any legal parking as part of these changes.  
These works are scheduled to be implemented by the end of November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 239KB)
Gilletta Road, Mount Roskill We are planning to extend the existing broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) through Gilletta Road, Mount Roskill, to improve accessibility for residents, visitors, and emergency service vehicles.

This follows requests from several residents and the Puketāpapa local board about vehicles parking on both sides of Gilletta Road.

We are proposing to:
  • Paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times parking restrictions) mostly along the northwest of Gilletta Road, Mount Roskill all the way through to the end of the road.
We appreciate this proposal may appear to reduce available parking spaces. However, on narrow roads like this one, where cars parked opposite each other obstruct road use, we need to ensure access and traffic flow at all times.

Painting broken yellow lines allows parking on one side of the road while guaranteeing road access and use at all times.
These works are expected to be completed in October to November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 225KB)
Pakiri Road, Leigh Auckland Transport is 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).
These works are scheduled for January 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 471KB)
Mahuhu Crescent, Auckland Central We are planning to convert 2 paid parking spaces outside 30 Mahuhu Crescent into a P5 loading zone that will apply at all times. These works are scheduled for December 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 219KB)
Elliott Street, Auckland CBD As a part of the transformation of our city centre on Queen Street, Wellesley Street and Victoria Street, there is a shortage of loading zones. To improve the loading zone coverage and help businesses with their day-to-day deliveries, Auckland Transport is planning to create a Temporary P5 Loading Zone at all times on Elliott Street. These works are scheduled for December 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 281KB)
Sai Ridge Close, Pukekohe We are planning to paint broken yellow lines on Sai Ridge Close to improve accessibility. We are also planning to install “No Stopping Off Roadway” signs on the west side of Sai Ridge Close to stop cars from parking on the grass berms. These works are in response to requests from residents. These works are scheduled for December 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 181KB)
Glenbush Place, Birkenhead We are planning to paint broken yellow lines (No stopping at all times) around the Glenbush Place cul-de-sac.

These changes are in response to concerns raised by the community about safety and access at this location. We are planning to:
  • Paint broken yellow lines around the Glenbush Place cul-de-sac, outside of properties 3 to 8. Parking around a cul-de-sac is not allowed if vehicles obstruct safe access for emergency services.
  • Remove existing yellow road markings around the cul-de-sac. These yellow road markings have been illegally painted and will be removed when we paint broken yellow lines.
We have visited Glenbush Place and found that vehicles parked along the cul-de-sac can cause a pinch point. This makes it difficult for larger vehicles, including emergency services, to turn around. Our investigation has also found that a standard rubbish truck will not be able to turn around when there are cars parked along the cul-de-sac.

Painting broken yellow lines at the end of Glenbush Place will improve accessibility for all road users, especially emergency services and rubbish collection vehicles.
These works are scheduled to begin in January 2023.
Download proposal drawing (PDF 203KB)
Altona Road, Forrest Hill To improve accessibility, Auckland Transport is planning to remove current parking restrictions – no stopping from 8:30am to 3:30pm on school days and paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on Altona Road, Forrest Hill. These works are scheduled for December 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 210KB)
Rosedale Road, Pinehill We are planning to install no stopping off roadway signs to prevent vehicles parking on the berm (the grass strip next to the road) in front of 35 to 43 Rosedale Road.

These changes are in response to community feedback that vehicles parking at this location are causing damage to the berm.

Three no stopping off roadway signs will be installed to let people know that parking on the berm between number 35 and 43 Rosedale Road is prohibited. Signs will be installed on the berm in front of properties 35, 39, and 43.

These changes will encourage people to park at more suitable locations. This will help:
  • Prevent damage to the berm, especially during wet weather.
  • Make the footpath next to the grass berm safer for pedestrians.
  • Provide clear access for utility service providers to carry out repairs and maintenance. There is a utility access point under the berm.
We plan to implement these changes in November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 159KB)
Mahoe Avenue, Remuera
In August 2022, we planned to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along the west side of Mahoe Avenue from #17 to #35, in response to access concerns raised by residents and Auckland Council Waste Management. This project is going ahead, but with some changes to the design.
We now plan to paint broken yellow lines along the west side of Mahoe Avenue from property #17 to #23, and from #29a to #35. Broken yellow lines outside of #30 to #38 will be painted on the east side of the road. This change is in response to residents requesting AT to reconsider the layout of the broken yellow lines to improve traffic flow and accessibility.
The staggered broken yellow lines will make Mahoe Avenue safer as it helps to slow vehicles and provides space for vehicles to give way to each other when passing. Parking will not be allowed where broken yellow lines are painted.
January 2023 Download proposal drawing (PDF 246KB)
Tara Road and Kereru Street, Henderson In response to safety concerns raised by the community due to vehicles parking on both sides of the road, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) at the intersection of Tara Road and Kereru Street in Henderson.

The changes we are planning:
  • Paint broken yellow lines at the bends of the intersection of Tara Road and Kereru Street. Vehicles often park here, resulting in access and visibility issues.
The broken yellow lines will make sure that the intersection is kept clear and that all vehicles, especially emergency services, will have easy access on the road.
These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 109KB)
Ryden Place, Glen Eden In response to community concerns about double-parked vehicles blocking the road along Ryden Place, we are planning to paint a single section of broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along Ryden Place and onto the intersection with Milan Drive, Glen Eden. Ryden Place is a narrow road, approximately 5.5m wide, and does not have space for vehicles to safely park opposite each other.

The changes we are planning:
  • Paint broken yellow lines along the southern kerb from outside 8 Ryden Place to 69 Milan Drive
  • Paint broken yellow lines at the intersection with Milan Drive
  • Remove 9 parking spaces. However, there will be no loss in opportunity to park as no one is able to park on either side of the road in this area without blocking access.
The broken yellow lines will help keep the road clear where double parking has been an issue so all vehicles, especially larger ones such as emergency and rubbish collection vehicles, will have easy access on the narrow road.
These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 180KB)
Glenvar Close, Torbay In response to requests from the community to improve access, we are planning to paint approximately 72m of broken yellow lines along the western side and around the northern end of Glenvar Close, Torbay. This will remove 6 parking spaces.

A number of driveways on Glenvar Close were historically built on a sharp angle to the road. When cars park along the western kerb, it can prevent residents from turning into or out of their driveways. Painting broken yellow lines will prevent cars from being parked along the western kerb and will ensure access to all properties along the road.

Parking spaces will still remain available along the eastern side of Glenvar Close where parked vehicles will not cause access issues.
The broken yellow lines are expected to be painted between October and
December 2022.
Download proposal drawing (PDF 137KB)
Lake Road, Northcote
In response to community requests to improve access, we are painting broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along both sides of the road off the main Lake Road corridor. This road off the main corridor of Lake Road is particularly narrow and cars parking on either side can block the road and prevent residents from accessing their properties.

The changes will improve traffic flow and accessibility along Lake Road.
This project has a construction target of November 2022. It will take one day to paint the broken yellow lines in good weather conditions. Download proposal drawing (PDF 324KB)
Muritai Road, Milford
Muritai Road is a cul-de-sac with informal angle parking close to the beach. The parking space we have selected has existing hatching, which makes it accessible and more suitable than other nearby spaces for mobility parking.  

We are planning to:
  • Restrict one parking space opposite number 34 Muritai Road to mobility card holders, 3 hours maximum. This restriction will apply at all times.
  • Paint 5m of broken yellow lines to ensure vehicles do not block the space at the end of the cul-de-sac and painted angled parking spaces.
These works are scheduled for September to November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 109KB)
Milford Street, Milford
We are planning to restrict one parking space outside 64 Milford Road to mobility card holders only, for a maximum of 3 hours.

We would like to work with you to deliver safer roads in your neighbourhood. There is wheelchair access to the beach from Milford Road, but no mobility parking nearby. Existing mobility parking in Milford Reserve only has steps to the beach.

This accessible space will benefit mobility card holders who want to use the beach but cannot find accessible parking nearby. This project does not remove any legal parking spaces. 
These works are scheduled for September to November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 125KB)
Friesian Drive, Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Cycle lane Separation - To make it safer and easier to cycle along Friesian Drive, wewill be installing physical separation between the vehicle lanes and existing painted cycle lanes on Friesian Drive from Mascot Avenue to Massey Road.

The separators will be 300mm wide, 150mm high raised concrete islands positioned on the cycle lane white line. Gaps will be left for existing property accesses and side road intersections. We will not make any changes to access.
These works are scheduled for October/November 2022, and the work will primarily take place at night. Download proposal drawing (PDF 4.2MB)
Huapai and Riverhead We are planning to construct new on-grade concrete footpaths to connect existing and proposed paths at ten main sites in Huapai and Riverhead.

We will deliver the project in partnership with the Rodney Local Board as the project is funded by the Rodney Transport Targeted Rate (RTTR).

The affected roads are:
  • Matua Road, Huapai
  • Tapu Road, Huapai
  • Alice Street, Riverhead
  • Cambridge Road, Riverhead
  • Duke Street, Riverhead
  • King Street, Riverhead
  • Princes Street, Riverhead
  • George Street, Riverhead
  • Queen Street, Riverhead
  • York Terrace, Riverhead.
These works are scheduled for early 2023. Download proposal drawings:
Alfriston Road, Manurewa Cycle lane Separation - To make it safer and easier to cycle along Alfriston Road, we will be installing physical separation between the vehicle lanes and existing painted cycle lanes on Alfriston Road from Stratford Road to Great South Road.

The separators will be 300mm wide, 150mm high raised concrete islands positioned on the cycle lane white line. Gaps will be left for existing property accesses and side road intersections. We will not make any changes to access.
These works are scheduled for September/October 2022, and the work will primarily take place at night. Download: Overview plan (PDF 364KB), Consultation plan (PDF 4.57MB), Typical sections (PDF 195KB).
Frederick Reece Drive, Manurewa We received a request from a resident to mark parking spaces at the end of Frederick Reece Drive. Our investigations found that the parking area at the end of the cul-de-sac was not being used efficiently, so we are planning to mark angled parking spaces to make it easier for residents to park in an orderly way. These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 235KB)
Roseville Street and Westminister Street, New Windsor In response to a resident concern, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines on the corners of the intersection of Roseville Street and Westminister Street, New Windsor. We're doing some work to maintain and improve your neighbourhood and keep you safe.

The changes we are planning are to paint 6m of broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on the corners of the intersection of Roseville Street and Westminister Street. No parking will be removed.
These works are scheduled for January 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 279KB)
Fairview Avenue, Fairview Heights In response to requests from the community, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) between 61 and 65 Fairview Avenue to improve accessibility for emergency service vehicles. This would remove approximately 2 on-street parking spaces.

Residents have raised concerns about access issues along this narrow section of Fairview Avenue. When cars are parked on both sides of the road, the road is reduced to a single lane. This creates a pinch point that is difficult for emergency service vehicles to navigate. 
These works are scheduled for December 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 207KB)
Lorne Street, Auckland Central To meet the high loading and servicing demand, we are planning to convert 4 paid parking spaces on Lorne Street into a P5 loading zone. This restriction will apply at all times. The loading zone will be approximately 23m long.

This loading zone will serve all the businesses in the area. It will also act as a pickup and drop-off location for customers visiting The Civic. 
These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 234KB)
Mahuru Street, Newmarket We are planning to convert 3 paid parking spaces on Mahuru Street into a P5 loading zone. This restriction will apply from Monday to Sunday, 8am to 6pm. The loading zone will be approximately 18m long.

We have received multiple requests from businesses in the area for a loading zone, as there are no loading zones nearby. There are several car dealerships and other businesses in the area that need a loading zone to support their operations. This change will create a loading and servicing friendly environment, and support nearby businesses when they receive deliveries. 
These works are scheduled for December 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 256KB)
Kokihi Drive, Snells Beach In response to community requests, we are planning some changes to improve access for mobility card holders to Snells Beach and the nearby café on Kokihi Drive. We are planning to restrict one parking space (closest to the beach) to mobility card holders only, with a 2 hour maximum time restriction. This restriction will apply at all times.

A mobility space in the area will benefit users with accessibility needs visiting the café or using the paved walkway along the beach.
These works are scheduled for September to November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 133KB)
71 Ocean View Road, Hillcrest We are planning to paint broken yellow lines leading into the bus stop located in front of 71 Ocean View Road, Hillcrest. We are also planning to make minor safety improvements to the Alton Avenue, Martin Crescent and Ocean View Road intersection.

The changes we are planning: 
  • Paint 8m of broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) approaching the bus stop at 71 Ocean View Road. We will remove one parking space to make way for the changes.
  • Install stop control signs at the intersection of Alton Avenue, Martin Crescent and Ocean View Road
  • Paint broken yellow lines at the corners of the Alton Avenue, Martin Crescent and Ocean View Road intersection and standard “stop” road markings.
The changes on Ocean View Road will ensure that the bus stop meets our design standards and that buses can safely drive in and out of the stop. The stop signs at the Alton Avenue, Martin Crescent and Ocean View Road intersection will improve safety for drivers turning at the intersection.
These works are scheduled for November 2022 Download proposal drawing (PDF 235KB)
Ringwood Street, Torbay In response to residents’ requests, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along Ringwood Street, Torbay.

We would like to work with you to deliver safer roads in your neighbourhood. We have received several requests from residents to improve access to Ringwood Street. It is a narrow road, only 5.7 to 6.5m wide.

The proposed alternated broken yellow lines will prevent vehicles from parking opposite each other, keeping the street clear for people to travel down easily.

Residents also raised concerns about drivers parking along the berms on Ringwood Street. We will monitor parking behaviour in the neighbourhood and install “no stopping off roadway” signage to remind drivers to keep the berms clear, if necessary.
These works are scheduled for October to November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 305KB)
Noel Burnside Road, Wiri To make it safer and easier to cycle along Noel Burnside Road, we will be installing physical separation between the vehicle lanes and existing painted cycle lanes on Noel Burnside Road from Puhinui Road to Cavendish Drive.

The separators will be 300mm wide, 150mm high raised concrete islands positioned on the cycle lane white line. Gaps will be left for existing property accesses and side road intersections.

There will be no formal removal of parking as any parking in the existing cycle lane is currently illegal. Minor changes will be made to lane alignment however this will have no impact on vehicle lane operation. We will not make any changes to access.
These works are scheduled for October to November 2022 Download proposal drawing (PDF 2.43MB)
Matangi Road, Mount Wellington In response to community requests to improve access and visibility, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines on the bends and cul-de-sac of Matangi Road, Mt Wellington. Four parking spaces will be removed as a result of these changes. These works are scheduled for November 2022 Download proposal drawing (PDF 595KB)
Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland Central In response to community requests to address the traffic flow, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) in front of 22 Viaduct Harbour Avenue. These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 303KB)
Humariri Street and Buxton Street, Point Chevalier In response to community requests to address safety and visibility issues, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) on the intersections of Humariri Street & Point Chevalier Road and Buxton Street & Point Chevalier Road. These works are scheduled to be completed by November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 277KB)
Mokoia Road, Birkenhead Installing broken yellow lines. These works are scheduled to be completed by November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 234KB)
Vincent McGrath Crescent, Swanson - Broken Yellow Lines In response to community requests, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) along Vincent McGrath Crescent in Swanson. Because it is a narrow road, vehicles parked on both sides of the road can cause issues with vehicle access and visibility.

We plan to paint broken yellow lines on one side of Vincent McGrath Crescent, in areas where vehicles could park opposite each other. Broken yellow lines will also be painted around the bend of the intersections leading to Vincent McGrath Crescent.
These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 427KB)
Mount Smart Road, Royal Oak In response to community requests to address illegal and potentially unsafe parking, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) between 22 and 24 Mount Smart Road, Royal Oak. These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (554KB)
Paisley Place, Gabador Place, Fisher Crescent and Rakino Way,
Mount Wellington
Local businesses and the public have complained to us about boy racer behaviour on Paisley Place, Gabador Place, Fisher Crescent, and Rakino Way during hours of darkness. The New Zealand Police has also asked us to look into solutions to this issue.

We are planning to install signage and introduce a Light Motor Vehicle Restriction from 10pm to 4am on Paisley Place, Gabador Place, Fisher Crescent, and Rakino Way.

The restriction will prohibit any motor vehicle weighing less than 3500 kg, such as 2WD and cars, from using these streets during these hours. This restriction will not apply to mini trucks and larger vehicles such as trucks, emergency service vehicles, and rubbish trucks.
These works are scheduled for January 2023. Download proposal drawing (257kB)
Rangatira Road, Beach Haven In response to a community request to increase visibility for motorists exiting Taurus Crescent to Rangatira Road, we are planning to paint broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) to give clear visibility to turning motorists and improve safety and traffic flow.
Changes include:
  • Paint 6 metres of broken yellow lines from the driveway of 181 Rangatira Road to 2 Taurus Crescent. This will remove at least 4 parking spaces. The removal of parking spaces will have a minimal impact as there will be sufficient parking on the road for residents to utilise.
These works are scheduled for January 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 242kB)
The Strand, Takapuna In response to requests from the community, Auckland Council, and the Local Board, we are improving mobility parking in The Strand in Takapuna.
The changes will bring all mobility parking spaces up to standard and provide four additional
spaces.
These works are scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 342KB)
East Tamaki Road, East Tāmaki We are improving pedestrian safety by installing a footpath along the south side East Tamaki Road near Hampton Park and the playfields at 383 East Tamaki Road. This stretch of East Tamaki Road has been identified as a missing link in the footpath network. This project aims to provide a consistent, accessible and safe place to walk when visiting Hampton Park, the playfields, or the nearby businesses.These works are scheduled for July 2022. However, we are still waiting for confirmation of funding. 
Changes include:
  • Installing a footpath along the south side of East Tamaki Road along 359 and 383 East Tamaki Road, which will include a grass verge at the roadside.
  • Creating a pedestrian island crossing across the entrance to the carpark at 383 East Tamaki Road. The planned footpath will link into the existing footpaths along East Tamaki Road.
These works are currently on hold. We will update this webpage when we have a scheduled date. Download proposal drawing (PDF 2.1MB)
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 scheduled for November 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 594KB)
Cavendish Drive, Manukau To make it safer and easier to cycle along Cavendish Drive, Auckland Transport will be installing physical separation between the vehicle lanes and the existing painted cycle lanes on Cavendish Drive from State Highway 20 to Lambie Drive.

The separators will be 300mm wide, 150mm 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.
These works are scheduled for November to December 2022. Download proposal drawing (PDF 4.82MB)
Lambie Drive, Manukau To make it safer and easier to cycle along Lambie Drive, Auckland Transport will be installing physical separation between the vehicle lanes and the existing painted cycle lanes on Lambie Drive from Cavendish Drive to Manukau Station Road.

The separators will be 300mm wide, 150mm 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 parking.

These changes will improve the safety and the experience for cyclists on Lambie Drive by creating a physical barrier between motor vehicles and people on bikes.
These works are scheduled for January 2023. Download proposal drawing (PDF 3.78MB)
Tainui Road, Mount Wellington We are planning to restore broken yellow lines (no stopping at all times) between the two driveways at 20 Tainui Road and shift the centreline along the straight sections near 20 Tainui Road, creating more space for parked vehicles. We have seen that many quarry trucks queue along the northern side of Tainui Road, which results in northbound vehicles crossing the centreline to pass around the blind corner. This is a safety issue that we want to address with these changes.

Restoring the broken yellow lines will discourage quarry trucks from stopping at this location, while shifting the centreline will provide more space for motorists to pass vehicles parked on the roadside in the permitted areas. The slightly reduced lane width overall will also encourage motorists to reduce their speed on the approach to the bend.
Negotiations with external stakeholders have led to us
working on a collaborative project which includes:
  • Shifting the yellow lines across the road for the length of Tainui Road between the Morrin Road intersection and the bend near number 20.
  • Formalising a stretch of roadside parking where trucks can park legally while waiting to enter the quarry without compromising safety.
Construction is scheduled for January 2023.
Download proposal drawing (PDF 709KB)
Hingaia Road, Papakura To make it safer and easier to cycle along Hingaia Road, Auckland Transport will be installing physical separation between the vehicle lanes and existing painted cycle lanes on Hingaia Road between Bridgeview Road and Beach Road.

The separators will be 300mm wide, 150mm high raised concrete islands positioned on the cycle lane white line. Gaps will be left for existing property accesses and side road intersections. We will not make any changes to property access or parking.
These works are currently on hold. We will update this webpage when we have a scheduled date. Download proposal drawing (PDF 2.58MB).
Remuera Road and Pukeora Avenue, Remuera We are planning some changes to the Remuera Road and Pukeora Avenue intersection, to improve the safety of pedestrians and cyclists. These changes include installing two, raised traffic islands at the corners of the intersection. We are also planning to paint a new stop line, for vehicles exiting Pukeora Avenue, beyond the traffic islands to improve visibility between vehicles at the intersection.

In the past 5 years there have been two reported crashes at the intersection. Both crashes involved vehicles turning right to enter Pukeora Avenue and cyclists riding in an eastbound direction. The traffic islands will encourage cyclists to ride in the middle of the traffic lane so that they are more visible to drivers turning into Pukeora Avenue. The traffic islands will also provide pedestrians with a protected place to wait to cross the road.
These works are currently on hold. We will update this webpage when we have a scheduled date. Download proposal drawing (PDF 902KB)
Upper Harbour Drive, Greenhithe To make cycling along Upper Harbour Drive safer and easier, we will install physical separators between the vehicle lanes and existing painted cycle lanes on Upper Harbour Drive from Albany Highway to Tauhinu Road. These changes will create a physical barrier between motor vehicles and people on bikes. 

The separators will be 300mm-wide raised concrete islands positioned on the existing cycle lane's white line. We will leave gaps for access to existing properties and side road intersections. We will not be making any changes to parking, vehicle lanes, or rubbish collection. 
These works are currently on hold. We will update this webpage when we have a scheduled date. Download proposal drawing (PDF 428kB)
Third Avenue, Onetangi Together with Waiheke Local Board and Electric Island, we are planning 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 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.
There has been a slight delay due to COVID-19 affecting the factory in Australia that supplies the ATP material, and a few weeks of wet weather affecting our ability to install the product.

Whitford Road and Whitford-Maraetai Road are both now approximately 85% complete. 

The remaining 15% has been postponed due to clashes with planned maintenance work. It will be completed in summer 2022 to 23, approximately 6 to 8 weeks after road repairs and resealing are complete.
These sections are:
  • Whitford Road (Between Wades Road and Whitford Urban Boundary)
  • Whitford-Maraetai Road (Between Beachlands Roundabout and Maraetai Urban Boundary)
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.
These works are currently on hold. We will update this webpage when we have a scheduled date.
Download proposal drawing (PDF 460KB)


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