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Neighbourhood Streets

We want to create two Neighbourhood Street areas to make them safer for residents who live there.

The first one will be on Maxwells Road, which includes Pillans Point School, and the second one on Queen, Princess and Anne Roads near Bellevue School, Ōtūmoetai Intermediate School and Ōtūmoetai College.

We’ll use traffic calming measures in these areas such as speed limit reductions and speed humps to slow vehicle speeds. As part of the government’s Road to Zero Strategy, a 30km/h speed limit is proposed outside schools and in Neighbourhood Streets.

Reduction in speed limits

To 30km/h

30kmh speed limit

Traffic calming installations

Examples: speed humps, raised tables, road narrowing

Traffic Calming

Pedestrian access upgrades

To make it safer and easier to cross the road

Raised crossing

Urban intervention

Examples: planting, artwork, street furniture

Urban intervention

Neighbourhood Streets map

Neighbourhood Streets map

Neighbourhood Streets map (135kb pdf)

Ngatai Road Area

There are four options for the Neighbourhood Streets area in Maxwells Road.

Maxwells Road: Option 1

  • slower speed limits (30km/h)
  • speed humps and making the road narrower in places
  • pedestrian upgrades to make it safer and easier to cross the road
  • making the street more people friendly through planting, artwork and street furniture

Neighbourhood Streets Ngatai area, option one

Maxwells Road: Option 1 map (469kb pdf)

Maxwells Road: Option two

  • slower speed limits (30km/h)
  • speed humps
  • pedestrian upgrades to make it safer and easier to cross the road
  • making the street more people friendly through planting

Neighbourhood Streets Ngatai area, option two

Maxwells Road: Option 2 map (468kb pdf)

Maxwells Road: Option three

  • slower speed limits (30km/h)
  • speed humps

Neighbourhood Streets Ngatai area, option three

Maxwells Road: Option 3 map (467kb pdf)

Maxwells Road: Option four

  • slower speed limits (30km/h)

Neighbourhood Streets Ngatai area, option four

Maxwells Road: Option 4 map (465kb pdf)

Windsor Road Area

There are four options for the Neighbourhood Streets area in Queen, Anne and Princess Roads.

Queen, Princess and Anne Roads: Option one

  • slower speed limits (30km/h)
  • speed humps and making the road narrower in places
  • pedestrian upgrades to make it safer and easier to cross the road
  • making the street more people friendly through planting, artwork and street furniture

Neighbourhood Streets Queen, Princess and Anne Roads, option one

Windsor Road: Option 1 map (436kb pdf)

Queen, Princess and Anne Roads: Option two

  • slower speed limits (30km/h)
  • speed humps
  • pedestrian upgrades to make it safer and easier to cross the road
  • making the street more people friendly through planting

Neighbourhood Streets Queen, Princess and Anne Roads, option two

Windsor Road: Option 2 map (436kb pdf)

Queen, Princess and Anne Roads: Option three

  • slower speed limits (30km/h)
  • speed humps

Neighbourhood Streets Queen, Princess and Anne Roads, option three

Windsor Road: Option 3 map (434kb pdf)

Queen, Princess and Anne Roads: Option four

  • ower speed limits (30km/h)

Neighbourhood Streets Queen, Princess and Anne Roads, option four

Windsor Road: Option 4 map (432kb pdf)

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