Keep up to date with how projects are going, and understand the process so far. New events will be added as the project progresses.

8 March 2018 Evans Bay bike path approved by Councillors

Councillors on the City Strategy Committee approved the proposed two-way bike path and related changes for Evans Bay.

The next stage of this project is to complete the detailed designs, including revised plans to widen the six narrowest sections so the footpath, bike path and traffic lanes can be a consistent width all the way, develop construction plans, and carry out an independent safety audit. We expect construction to start in late 2018.

 

11 December 2017: Consultation closes on traffic changes for Evans Bay Parade (phase 1) and Kilbirnie connections More Less

The feedback period closes at 5pm today for traffic changes (resolutions) required  for the first phase of a two-way bike path around Evans Bay, from the intersection of Oriental Parade and Carlton Gore Road to just north of Greta Point. Consultation is also closing on the traffic changes proposed for nine streets in Kilbirnie and over to the Newtown shops. Councillors are expected to consider the submissions and make a decision on these projects in early 2018.

25 November 2017: Drop-in session More Less

We're holding the second of two drop-in sessions at the ASB Sports Centre in Kilbirnie on Saturday 25 November, 10am to 4pm.

You will have the opportunity to learn more about proposed changes to Evans Bay Parade, as well as nine other streets in Kilbirnie, and over to the Newtown shops. You'll be able talk with the designers and provide your thoughts.

22 November 2017: Drop-in session More Less

We're holding the first of two drop-in sessions at the ASB Sports Centre in Kilbirnie on Wednesday 22 November, 4pm to 7pm.

You will have the opportunity to learn more about proposed changes to Evans Bay Parade, as well as nine other streets in Kilbirnie, and over to the Newtown shops. You'll be able talk with the designers and provide your thoughts.

14 November 2017: Consultation starts on traffic changes for Evans Bay Parade (phase 1) and Kilbirnie connections More Less

We're seeking feedback until 11 December on the traffic changes (resolutions) required  for the first phase of a two-way bike path around Evans Bay, from the intersection of Oriental Parade and Carlton Gore Road to just north of Greta Point. You can also provide feedback on traffic changes to nine other streets, which will together go a long way towards developing a bike network in the east, including a safer connection over to the Newtown shops. Changes are proposed to Wilson Street, a short section of Coromandel Street, the top of Constable Street, Crawford Road, Rongotai Road (outside the town centre), Yule Street, Te Whiti Street, and part of Coutts Street and Tirangi Road.