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The feedback we received was clear-cut in its support for reducing speed limits on Wards, Dawsons and Bradleys Roads. It was much less so regarding the speed limit on Tram Road.
Based on your feedback and the technical work that we have done, a formal proposal has been put to the Oxford-Ohoka Community Board. The Board approved to consult with the community on the following proposed speed limits.
A speed limit of 80km/h is proposed on:
We’re also proposing a speed limit of 50km/h on all of the cul-de-sacs and access roads within the Mandeville community (refer map overleaf).
The speed limit on Tram Road in the vicinity of the McHughs Road and Bradleys Road intersection was put forward for discussion during the engagement process. However further investigations are requiredbefore an appropriate speed limit is determined.
The speed limit on Tram Road will be further considered once detailed design for the commercial area access has been confirmed, and a safety audit carried out.
The map below outlines the existing and proposed speed limits:
We want to know what you think about the proposed changes.
Tell us the option you prefer by filling out an online survey, or pick one up from any Council Service Centre or Library. Make sure your feedback reaches us by 5pm on Friday 14 July 2017.
Let us know what you think...
Make sure your feedback reaches us by 5pm on Friday 14 July 2017.
If you have any questions or if you would like further information, phone 0800 965 468 or email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org