The content on this page was accurate at the time of the traffic resolution consultation, and some changes were made to the project as a result of community feedback. We've kept this page to make sure we are being transparent about our process and to show how the project has developed. The main project page is the most up to date place, and more information about the Council's decision can be found in the meeting minutes.
The changes along these streets will making things safer and easier to use low-carbon transport options – whether you’re walking, riding a bike or scooter, or catching the bus.
From November 2022, we began engaging with residents, businesses, organisations and schools about planned improvements for people walking, biking or using buses along these streets.
Following discussions with groups in the community and stakeholders, we included the following changes in our proposed designs:
As part of our engagement, we’ve worked with groups in the community and stakeholders to refine the proposed designs and hear their views.
These groups included:
Lambton Quay at Whitmore Street. View looking north towards Molesworth Street
Lower Molesworth Street at Kate Sheppard Place. View is looking north towards Wadestown.
Aitken Street. View towards Molesworth Street.
Molesworth Street outside New World. View looking north towards Wadestown.
Hill Street. View towards Molesworth Street.
Murphy Street outside New World. View looking south towards the central city.