As part of the Dominion Road upgrade, new cycle routes will be created through quieter streets parallel to Dominion Road to provide connectivity between State Highway 20 and the City Centre.
The proposed routes are designed to make cycling an attractive, easy, and safe transport and recreation option for communities around the Dominion Road corridor and will provide local connections to schools and parks.
They will improve safety for cyclists by;
- Providing consistent destination signage and clear road markings
- Slowing vehicle traffic through installing new traffic calming measures
- Removing pinch points by widening footpaths or creating shared paths
- Providing lighting through local parks
Those affected are invited to come and find out more about the proposed cycle routes, talk to our planners and give us feedback to be used in the detailed design.
These public days will be held on
Tuesday 23 July, 3.30 to 7pm at Deaf Society, 164 Balmoral Rd, Mt Eden.
Thursday 25 July, 3.30pm to 7pm at Dominion Road School, Quest Terrace, Mt Roskill.
More details on the Auckland Transport website
Cycle Action – NZ’s first cycling boulevard