Ngaio Connections (Cycleway) Update

Changes on Kaiwharawhara Road and Cameron Street
WCC are on schedule to complete stage 1 of the Ngaio connection by early December, with changes being made on Kaiwharawhara Road and Cameron Street.

On Kaiwharawhara Road, they will be installing:

  • the uphill bike lane and no stopping lines in parts,
  • a new clearway (4pm-7pm) between 1 and 25 Kaiwharawhara Road on the southern side
  • a new clearway (4pm-7pm) and a loading zone (8am-4pm) outside Capital Auto Electrics and Hanging Around
  • 39 spaces between Hutt Road and Cameron Street will change from P30 to P60.

On Cameron Street, they’ll be installing:

  • 30km/h speed limit
  • the wide shoulder for people biking uphill
  • near the bottom of Cameron Street two parking spaces will be removed, four spaces will change to P60 and five to P120, and the remaining 39 spaces will become P24-hour to deter people from other suburbs parking here for long periods.  

Other lines and signs
There will be new road markings and signs installed on Kenya Street, Crofton Road, Ottawa Road, Collingwood Street, and Waikowhai Street to complete the work.

The new raised crossing on Ngaio Gorge Road, near Trelissick Crescent is now complete. The crossing is to slow down traffic, and make it to enter and exit Perth Street and Trelissick Crescent. It’s safer for pedestrians to cross.

WCC had heard comment on the harshness” of the humps in this area, and they have been adjusted.

The new raised crossing on Ngaio Gorge Road, near Trelissick Crescent is now complete. The crossing is to slow down traffic, and make it to enter and exit Perth Street and Trelissick Crescent. It’s safer for pedestrians to cross. 

WCC had heard comment on the harshness” of the humps in this area, and they have been adjusted.

For full project information, visit transportprojects.org.nz/ngaio.

If you want to contact the Ngaio Conections team, please email them at ngaioconnections@wcc.govt.nz.

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