Background documents

Wellington City Council Investment Audit Report (Waka Kotahi) 2020

This report by Waka Kotahi audits investment in the transport network managed by Wellington City Council. It highlights important safety improvements associated with parking on Thorndon Quay and recommends that the angle parking be removed.

Wellington CC FINAL combined report 2020 (2.2 MB)

Issues paper

The Council commissioned this report to investigate improvement options along Thorndon Quay.
DRAFT Thorndon Issues Report (12 MB)

Crash map

See the high-level crash data for Thorndon Quay.

Crash map Thorndon Quay V2 (7.6 MB)

Movement map

See how many people are driving, biking, walking and travelling by bus along Thorndon Quay.

Movement map Thorndon Quay V2 (8.2 MB)

Parking map

See the detailed parking map for Thorndon Quay.
Parking map Thorndon Quay V2 (8.3 MB)

Traffic Resolution - Thorndon Quay Cycle Improvements

The traffic resolution details the roading and parking changes thatĀ are required.

TR31 18 Thorndon Quay Cycle Improvements (221 KB)

Design report

Thorndon Quay Design Report (updated February 2018) - thisĀ provides information about the community working group process, options explored, and the multi-criteria assessment.

ThorndonDesignReport1802222Final (2.5 MB)

Committee Report - April 2018

Read the report from the April 19 City Strategy Committee meeting.

ThorndonQuay committeereport April19 (6.9 MB)

Meeting minutes

There is a working group for the Thorndon Quay transport improvements project.

Minutes are available following each meeting.

19 April 2017 Thorndon Meeting Minutes (1MB PDF)

29 March 2017 Thorndon Meeting Minutes (769KB PDF)

11 May 2017 Thorndon Meeting Minutes (1.44MB PDF)

Thorndon Quay

The Thorndon Quay route will go from the Aotea Quay overbridge along Hutt Road, Thorndon Quay, Featherston Street, and Bunny Street to the Waterloo Quay intersection.

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