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Welcome Bay Lane and Greerton updates

Posted: 14 May 2019

Today two transport projects were discussed in the Projects, Services & Operations Committee (PSOC) meeting.

Welcome Bay Lane review presented on 14 May

Posted: 09 May 2019

The results of the Welcome Bay Lane review, undertaken by Aurecon, will be presented to Council on Tuesday 14 May during the Projects, Services and Operations Committee meeting.

Be bright, be seen - get lights on your bike

Posted: 08 May 2019

Whether it is the preferred travel method to get to work or school, for recreation or to experience the region’s scenery, riding a bike is a fun, affordable and healthy way to travel as well as a great way to travel all year round.

Winners set to impress on our local roads

Posted: 04 April 2019

The 2019 Travel Safe Design Your Own Helmet Competition winners have been announced at a presentation made yesterday afternoon by Mayor Greg Brownless.

New bridge to connect The Lakes and Tauriko

Posted: 02 April 2019

A new overbridge being built at Tauriko will create a safe travel option for people who are walking and biking between The Lakes and the Tauranga Crossing shopping complex.

Upgrade of street lights to LED

Posted: 15 March 2019

Tauranga City Council has started converting street lights across the city to LED lighting.

No new contracts for transportation upgrade and safety projects until NZTA funding is secured

Posted: 13 March 2019

Council has instructed the Chief Executive of Tauranga City Council to cease awarding any new contracts for transportation upgrade and safety projects, unless there is confirmed partnership funding from the NZ Transport Agency at the expected funding assistance rate.

Council staff to research solutions for Greerton traffic

Posted: 28 February 2019

At the Transport Committee meeting on Tuesday, 26 February, the recently completed traffic safety works at Greerton were discussed.

Upgrade of Kopurererua Valley cycleway

Posted: 15 February 2019

From Monday, the current gravel cycle path in Kopurererua Valley will be chip sealed to make it easier and safer for people on all types of bikes.


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