Not going ahead: Painted bike lanes

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Why has this decision been made? 

Councillors agreed in March 2018 to improve the bike lanes on Te Whiti Street as a quiet route instead of adding new lanes to Yule Street. The proposed layout for the street wasn’t well supported during consultation, and only offered marginal benefits for people on bikes.

Feedback overview

Read a summary feedback report (PDF 87KB), see summary feedback graphs (111 KB), and all public submissions (PDF 653KB)

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In this quiet street, painted bike lanes between the parked cars and traffic should be enough to make this part of the planned network safer and more appealing for less confident riders. It helps to connect the Leonie Gill Pathway with the Rongotai Road bike lanes.

Impacts:
  • Two parking spaces would be removed at the Rongotai Road intersection, making it safer for people in vehicles turning into and out of the street.
  • The two-way traffic lane would be 5.7m wide between Rongotai Road and Coutts Street. From Coutts Street to Leonie Gill Pathway the two-way traffic lane would be 5.9m wide.

Read the plans (6.3MB PDF) and full Traffic Resolution Report (537KB PDF).

View the options previously considered for Yule Street.

 

Community feedback

We have received feedback from the community about options previously considered for this project. Click here to view the summary graphs.

Proposal for Yule Street

Looking towards Lyall Bay and the Coutts Street intersection

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