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 AMETI Eastern Busway

Click here for information on changes to road layout and road closures from 6 July 2020.


 Speed limits are changing across Auckland

On the 30th of June this year speed limits will change on many of the high-risk roads across our local road network. 

Why are the speed limits changing?

Auckland Transport is working through a multi-year programme (the ‘Safe Speeds Programme’) to review speed limits on roads across our local road network to ensure they have a speed limit that is safe and appropriate for the function, design and use of the road.  Safe and appropriate speed limits will support our transport network to move people and goods effectively, efficiently and safely across Auckland.

At the end of 2019 the Auckland Transport board passed a bylaw to set new safe and appropriate speed limits on approximately 10% of the network and the first of these changes will come into effect on 30 June 2020.

Where are speed limits changing?

Most of the changes in this first phase are in Rodney, Franklin and Waitemata, including the city centre.  Plus on 98 other roads across the region. A full list of the changes can be found at at.govt.nz/speed

What are the limits changing to?

The new limits vary according to the type of road. E.g. urban or rural. The city centre roads will have 30km/h and 40km/h speed limits. These new limits recognise there are a growing number of vulnerable road users like pedestrians and people on bikes in the city centre. Details of all the roads and changes can be found on our website. at.govt.nz/speed

What happens next?

New speed limit signs will be installed in the coming weeks and will be uncovered on 30 June 2020, the date from which the limits will be legally enforceable by NZ Police. From the 1st of June there will be a public information campaign letting people know of these changes.

This is the first phase of tranche one. This tranche will be completed by November 2021. We are in the process of planning the second tranche of roads to assess.

Background to the Safe Speeds programme

Auckland has had a growing problem with death and serious injuries on our roads and at Auckland Transport we’re serious about tackling that problem.  We’ve developed a Safe Speeds Programme to review speed limits as required under the Land Transport Rule: Setting of Speed Limits 2017 to support our transport network to move people and goods across our region effectively and efficiently, without compromising people’s safety.  We believe everyone deserves to get home safely.

We’ve also adopted a Vision Zero approach to support our target that no one dies or is seriously injured on our roads by 2050.  Setting safe and appropriate speed limits, particularly on our high-risk roads and intersections, is one of the fastest and most cost-effective ways of stopping unnecessary deaths or serious injuries occurring on our roads.

In March 2019, Auckland Transport consulted with the public on the then proposed speed limit changes. Close to 12,000 feedback submissions were carefully analysed over the following months. In October 2019, the Auckland Transport Board passed the Speed Limits Bylaw 2019 to set new speed limits, including those coming into force on 30 June 2020. This first phase of changes targets high-risk roads where there has been a history of deadly crashes (extracting data from the Crash Analysis System maintained by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency with input from NZ Police).

More information about the changes and the Safe Speed programme can be found at at.govt.nz/speed


UXBRIDGE HOLIDAY ARTS PROGRAMME

Enrolments for the July School Holiday Arts Programme are now being taken.  For more information on courses available visit https://uxbridge.org.nz/product-category/classes-and-workshops/holiday-programme/


The Cat in the Hat is Back!

Cat In Hati

Book now at http://www.catinthehatlive.com/


It’s not too late to play Netball in 2020! Come join Sunnyhills Netball Club. We are calling for more Year 7 players. Boys and girls welcome! Contact Eleanor Sayer 0275549415 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Auckland Badminton Association

Auckland Badminton Association run academies as part of a community hub development program designed to give more regular coaching and games for players from a range of local schools in the area.
Sessions are made up of skills and drills, fun games, exercises and matches. Run by an Auckland Accredited Badminton Coach, ensures that every session is well run and planned out.

For more information and registration form, click here


 FULTON SWIM SCHOOL SWIMMING LESSONS

LOW CLASS RATIOS AT FULTON!

At Fulton Swim School we have a specifically designed program that our teachers deliver to ensure progression.

We have smaller class sizes than industry standards which provides parents with peace of mind knowing that your child is getting the instruction and attention they need and deserve to become competent in the water .

Our pool is heated to 32 degrees throughout the year, using no harsh chemicals to treat our water

We’re focused and committed to making learning to swim an enjoyable experience at all levels.

We look forward to welcoming you and your family to ours, and look forward to sharing the wonderful world of learning to swim and being safe in the water with you

Click the link to book your child's swimming lessons with Fulton Swim School today! www.fultonswimschool.co.nz


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