Survey on speed calming
Seeing what locals think about the speed calming devices installed on their streets.
A number of projects around Nelson to make our streets safer for all users.
Seeing what locals think about the speed calming devices installed on their streets.
Proposed traffic calming options for the Port Hills
Improving safety on Bay View Road as the area is developed
A project to improve safety on Locking Street, following the closure of Hampden Street West
Slowing traffic on Selwyn Place to make it safer for all users
Kawai South, Tipahi and Tukuka Streets will benefit from a new people-first road layout
Trial measures to help improve safety on Seymour Avenue
A project to upgrade Toi Toi Street, including stormwater, water and improving traffic safety
Installing speed humps on Karaka Street
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