5m Hutt Road cycleway upgrade wider Transport Minister Simon Bridges broke ground today on the Hutt Road Cycleway upgrade, the first project in Wellington City's refreshed Urban Cycleways Programme.
"The existing shared path along Hutt Road was installed in 1995 and today is the busiest cycling route into the central city. This $6.5 million investment will increase safety and improve user experience," Mr Bridges says. The upgrade will provide a wider dedicated cycleway, alongside a separated pedestrian path, with poles and other hazards being removed. The surface along the cycleway will also be smoother and the Kaiwharawhara Stream bridge widened. Two bus stops will be amalgamated to increase efficiency and improve safety, as well as layout changes and the installation of bus queue ray ban prescription glasses lanes at Ngauranga. Minister Bridges turns the sod for Wellington newest piece of the NZTA and WCC cycleways project. The Hutt Road Cycleway is the first of two stages in Wellington's Northern Connection, running from Bunny Street to Ngauranga and eventually connecting with other projects all the way through to Melling in Lower ray ban 3445 Hutt. "It's exciting to launch the first of Wellington's refreshed Urban Cycleways Programme projects, and to see work on the capital's cycling network progress," Mr Bridges says. The Government is investing $333 million nationwide for cycleways projects, the biggest investment in cycling in New Zealand's history. As WCC portfolio leader for cycling, it very pleasing to have got to this point, and to have the partnership between NZTA and WCC confirmed for the refreshed cycling programme. I have every confidence that we will be able to deliver a much improved facility both for cyclists and walkers along here. The challenge is still to work through some of the parking issues and to see what options can be found for alternative parking so that the shared pathway can eventually be improved further. But today marks an important first step, and I really like to pay tribute to all that helped make it happen, particularly our hard working staff. Hi Andrew and Paul, agree that it ray ban s will be great to get the road resealed and get rid of the ghost markings., but this work has been waiting on the outcome of the community consultation on the future of the cycleway.
There has been a bit of a delay in the process due to the earthquake, but the fifth and final the Bay workshops are on Wednesday 03 May and Sunday 07 May. This will lead to a decision on what to do with the cycleway, and once that is determined, we can get on with whatever solution is chosen which will include resealing and re marking the road. Roadworks are disruptive and expensive so we didnt want to do it before best price for ray ban sunglasses the final outcome was decided.
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