St Asaph Street proposed road layout options

The Council’s Infrastructure Transport and Environment (ITE) Committee has called for community feedback after receiving a Council staff report on two options for road layout changes on St Asaph Street at its meeting on Wednesday 13 September 2017.

Project status: Open for feedback
Open for feedback: 14th September 2017 - 6th October 2017

The Committee has set aside time on Monday 30 October to hear from anyone who wishes to speak about the following two options outlined in the report: Option 1 – minor enhancements and Option 2 – Central City Business Group option

Construction of the new St Asaph Street layout, including a separated cycleway from Madras Street to Antigua Street, was completed in December 2016.  A number of changes, such as line marking and reflective markers recommended by an independent Road Safety Audit, will be implemented shortly. These are minor improvements to the street that improve visibility and traffic flow. They do not impact on either of the proposed options.

  Report to ITE Committee and attachments



 Next steps

14 September - 6 October

Opportunity to provide written feedback on the two options. Please indicate whether you wish to speak to members of the Infrastructure, Transport and Environment (ITE) Committee on 30 October.

30 October

Opportunity to speak to the ITE Committee. To contact the Committee Advisor Samantha Kelly email or phone (03) 941 6227

8 November 

St Asaph Street road layout options considered at the scheduled ITE Committee meeting which is expected to make its recommendation to the Council.

23 November

Council meeting expected to consider the ITE Committee’s recommendation.

 If you have any questions about the Council meetings please contact the ITE Committee Advisor Samantha Kelly (details above). For any questions about the St Asaph Street project please contact Jan Russ, Central City Transport Programme Coordinator, by emailing or phoning (03) 941 5319.

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Project status

  • Open for feedback
  • Analysis & reporting
  • Hearing
  • Decision made