North Road, Clevedon – Pedestrian Improvements

Consultation has concluded

There is a new subdivision under construction in Clevedon that can be accessed using Mark Williams Place. This proposal is to provide a new raised zebra crossing adjacent to Mark Williams Place to improve safety for the people crossing North Road. This will also encourage drivers to slow down in the vicinity of this intersection, especially those travelling from the rural area towards Clevedon Village.

The changes in the proposal include:

  • Installing a raised zebra crossing, raised to the height of the footpath, outside 31 North Road. The speed bump is flat and wide with a long off ramp. This makes it more comfortable for larger vehicles and their passengers.
  • Removing the pedestrian crossing at Mark Williams Place and North Road intersection. A new berm will be planted in the gap.
  • Adding side islands at the existing crossing outside 39 North Road to reduce the crossing distance for pedestrians.
  • Painting broken yellow lines along both sides of the new raised pedestrian crossing and near the existing crossing to improve visibility. We understand this can be inconvenient, so we have minimised the removal of parking as much as possible while still improving safety on North Road.

We want to work with you to deliver safer roads in your neighbourhood. These changes would:

  • Slow motorists to a safer speed.
  • Raise pedestrians, especially children, crossing the road to be at eye-level of approaching motorists, making them easier to see.
  • Make it more comfortable for everyone, including people with prams and wheelchairs, to cross the road as the crossing is level with the footpath.



There is a new subdivision under construction in Clevedon that can be accessed using Mark Williams Place. This proposal is to provide a new raised zebra crossing adjacent to Mark Williams Place to improve safety for the people crossing North Road. This will also encourage drivers to slow down in the vicinity of this intersection, especially those travelling from the rural area towards Clevedon Village.

The changes in the proposal include:

  • Installing a raised zebra crossing, raised to the height of the footpath, outside 31 North Road. The speed bump is flat and wide with a long off ramp. This makes it more comfortable for larger vehicles and their passengers.
  • Removing the pedestrian crossing at Mark Williams Place and North Road intersection. A new berm will be planted in the gap.
  • Adding side islands at the existing crossing outside 39 North Road to reduce the crossing distance for pedestrians.
  • Painting broken yellow lines along both sides of the new raised pedestrian crossing and near the existing crossing to improve visibility. We understand this can be inconvenient, so we have minimised the removal of parking as much as possible while still improving safety on North Road.

We want to work with you to deliver safer roads in your neighbourhood. These changes would:

  • Slow motorists to a safer speed.
  • Raise pedestrians, especially children, crossing the road to be at eye-level of approaching motorists, making them easier to see.
  • Make it more comfortable for everyone, including people with prams and wheelchairs, to cross the road as the crossing is level with the footpath.