Speed limit changes around Auckland

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Consultation has concluded

Auckland Transport (AT) is proposing to set new permanent speed limits on approximately 800 roads around Auckland – predominantly around schools and in South Auckland.

If approved, these changes will be made by amendment to the Speed Limits Bylaw and come into force in mid-2022 - dependent on public feedback, AT Board approval and implementation considerations.

We are legally obligated to improve the safety of these roads.

Making no change is not an option.

Your feedback can potentially influence:

  • The new speed limit we implement.
  • The section of road we make the change to.
  • Other safety measures to improve safety.
    • Please note, there is limited scope to provide road safety engineering measures on these roads. Any requests for new measures will be assessed and only those that meet prioritisation criteria will be considered.

Your feedback is important to us

You live and drive on these roads and have local knowledge which can help us to make sure we get things right.

To provide road-specific feedback on an interactive map, please:

  • Click 'Map your Feedback' below and follow the instructions" or "Go to Map".

You can provide, road-specific feedback, general feedback, or both.

Please note, if you would like to present your views in person or via an audio-visual link, please email ATspeedprogramme@AT.govt.nz or call 09 355 3553 to book a time slot. The hearings will be held at 20 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland (dates TBC).

Public feedback is open until 14 November 2021.

More information

To learn more about the proposed changes, please visit the AT website

What happens next?

Once the analysis is complete, the feedback report and recommendations will be presented to the Auckland Transport Board. Following the recommendations of the AT Board the final decisions around the proposals will be made available in the first quarter of 2022.

Implementation of any recommended speed limit changes are expected to take place in June/July 2022.

We will notify anyone who has given feedback when the completed report is available.

Auckland Transport (AT) is proposing to set new permanent speed limits on approximately 800 roads around Auckland – predominantly around schools and in South Auckland.

If approved, these changes will be made by amendment to the Speed Limits Bylaw and come into force in mid-2022 - dependent on public feedback, AT Board approval and implementation considerations.

We are legally obligated to improve the safety of these roads.

Making no change is not an option.

Your feedback can potentially influence:

  • The new speed limit we implement.
  • The section of road we make the change to.
  • Other safety measures to improve safety.
    • Please note, there is limited scope to provide road safety engineering measures on these roads. Any requests for new measures will be assessed and only those that meet prioritisation criteria will be considered.

Your feedback is important to us

You live and drive on these roads and have local knowledge which can help us to make sure we get things right.

To provide road-specific feedback on an interactive map, please:

  • Click 'Map your Feedback' below and follow the instructions" or "Go to Map".

You can provide, road-specific feedback, general feedback, or both.

Please note, if you would like to present your views in person or via an audio-visual link, please email ATspeedprogramme@AT.govt.nz or call 09 355 3553 to book a time slot. The hearings will be held at 20 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland (dates TBC).

Public feedback is open until 14 November 2021.

More information

To learn more about the proposed changes, please visit the AT website

What happens next?

Once the analysis is complete, the feedback report and recommendations will be presented to the Auckland Transport Board. Following the recommendations of the AT Board the final decisions around the proposals will be made available in the first quarter of 2022.

Implementation of any recommended speed limit changes are expected to take place in June/July 2022.

We will notify anyone who has given feedback when the completed report is available.

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