Plans to make streets in Aranui safer and easier for everyone to use are out for public feedback.
Temporary changes are being made to the busy intersection of Grahams Road and Memorial Avenue, in Burnside, for safety reasons.
A new partnership between Council, Bike On Trust and Waka Kotahi is supporting students to get the maximum benefit from their bikes and school tracks.
Work is nearing an end on several safety upgrades to Christchurch’s transport network.
Christchurch residents are being reminded the road rules still apply even though traffic volumes in the city have dropped significantly since the lockdown began three weeks ago.
Speed limits will be reduced on 20 streets in the Avondale area to create a slow speed neighbourhood and a safer environment for residents.
Kids learning to ride bikes now have a new place where they can practise the basics in safety.
A project to improve the safety and accessibility of Bromley’s roads will see upgrades to two key intersections and to school crossings.
Motorists are urged to take it slower as new safer speed limits are coming into effect on many of Banks Peninsula’s steep and winding rural roads and settlements.
Reduced speed limits could be in the pipeline for parts of Scarborough and Taylors Mistake, Shirley and Avondale.