Keep up to date with how projects are going, and understand the process so far. New events will be added as the project progresses.
19 April 2018 Councillors to consider Evans Bay Parade (Kilbirnie) proposals More Less
Councillors will consider the proposals for Evans Bay Parade (Kilbirnie) at a meeting of the City Strategy Committee on 19 April.
19 April 2018 Evans Bay Parade (Kilbirnie) proposals approved by Councillors
Councillors on the City Strategy Committee approved plans for the new Kilbirnie bus hub and a two-way bike path on Evans Bay Parade in Kilbirnie.
5 April 2018 Opportunity to observe group discussions More Less
In February/March this year, Wellington City Council sought feedback on traffic changes (resolutions) required to develop bike paths and lanes on parts of Oriental Parade, Evans Bay Parade (Kilbirnie), and Thorndon Quay.
People who provided feedback and requested the opportunity to speak with Councillors will provide their oral submissions in group discussions at Wellington Central Library on Thursday 5 April in two sessions at 5pm and 6.30pm.
A gallery with limited seating will be available for any members of the public who would like to come along to observe the group discussions but not take part themselves.
19 March 2018: Consultation closes on Evans Bay Parade (Kilbirnie section) and traffic and parking changes for the proposed new bus hub
8 March 2018 Kilbirnie biking proposals approved by Councillors More Less
Councillors on the City Strategy Committee unanimously approved the proposed changes to:
Detailed planning is under way and construction is expected to start in mid-2018.
Projects that won’t be going ahead at this stage
For now, Councillors have agreed we will not proceed with proposals for:
We will be painting sharrow road markings in the two-way sections of Wilson Street but won’t make any decisions on the one-way section until there has been more community discussion this year about other Newtown connections and routes.
The proposed layout for Yule Street wasn’t well supported during consultation, and only offered marginal benefits. Improvements planned for Te Whiti Street will provide a safe alternative route nearby.