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the Mandeville community, largely the increase in small block rural/residential
areas and growth in population and traffic volumes, suggested it was time to
take a look at speed limits and talk to the community about what they thought.
March Council put forward speed limit proposals for consideration. These
included lowering the speed limit on Tram Road through the Bradleys Road and
McHughs Road intersection, lowering Wards Road, Dawsons Road and Bradleys Road
to 80km/h to be consistent with McHughs Road and Mandeville Road, and lowering
the speed limits in surrounding cul-de-sacs and access roads to 50km/h to be
consistent with those in the Millfield subdivision.
received was clear-cut in its support to lower the speed limits on Wards,
Dawsons and Bradleys Road and of those in the cul-de-sacs. However it was much
less clear cut regarding the speed limit on Tram Road through the Bradleys Road
and McHughs Road intersection.
feedback and technical work that has been done, a formal proposal was put to
the Oxford-Ohoka Community Board, who approved to consult with the community on
the following proposed speed limits.
A speed limit of 80km/h is proposed on:
Road, from Bradleys Road to the boundary of the Millfield Subdivision
Road, from Wards Road for 800 metres
Road, from Tram Road to 400 metres north of Modena Place
also proposes a speed limit of 50km/h on all of the cul-de-sacs and access
roads within the Mandeville community.
Manager Ken Stevenson says “The speed limit on Tram Road in the vicinity of the
McHughs Road and Bradleys Road intersection was put forward during the recent
engagement process. It became clear that further investigations are needed
before an appropriate speed limit can be determined for this area. We’ll keep
in touch with the community once we’re through that process”.
Feedback is open until 5pm on Friday 14 July and the Council want to hear what the community thinks of this proposal.
To find out
more and have your say visit waimakariri.govt.nz/Mandeville