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Cameron Road’s past will help shape its future

Posted: 28 December 2020

Cameron Road will soon be 150 years-old, but its history stretches back centuries – to a time when kūmara gardens were prolific and thousands of Māori lived on the banks of natural streams that criss-crossed the Te Papa Peninsula. 

What you need to know about the Totara Street safety upgrade

Posted: 17 November 2020

An important upgrade for Totara Street has been approved to go ahead. Here’s what you need to know.

Community feedback sought for next step in Mount co-design project

Posted: 11 November 2020

After receiving community support for trialling temporary changes on some of the Mount’s busiest routes, Tauranga City Council is now asking people which design options they would like to see trialled. 

Proposed speed limit changes to improve safety

Posted: 01 November 2020

Tauranga City Council is seeking to change the speed limits on a number of local roads and near some of the city’s schools, and is asking the community for their feedback on the proposed changes.

Community supports trialling changes on busy Mount streets

Posted: 28 October 2020

Community feedback on the innovating streets project planned for the north Mount Maunganui area shows there is support for trialling temporary changes on some of the busiest streets.

Bus lane changes: 15th Avenue out, Hairini Street to be enforced

Posted: 02 September 2020

A short bus lane along 15th Avenue will be removed to help improve morning traffic flow through the 15th Avenue/Burrows Street intersection.

New time limits for city centre on-street parking

Posted: 04 August 2020

To help keep free parking available for shoppers and business customers, there’s now a two-hour time limit to park on the street in the Tauranga city centre.

Ngatai Road - paving the way for smarter streets

Posted: 30 July 2020

The new road layout for Ngatai Road in Otumoetai will be completed this week, showcasing Council’s goal of creating better urban connections that are safer, smarter and easier for all road users. 

Innovating Streets project for Mount Maunganui

Posted: 23 June 2020

Tauranga Mayor Tenby Powell has welcomed the announcement of Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency support for an innovative trial of temporary road and cycleway changes in Mount Maunganui.

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