Kia ora tâtou

Just a reminder that on Sunday we are running the third of the information sessions arising from the issues identified in the September drop-in sessions.

This one will deal with traffic management, public transport provision and cycleways, walkways and bridleways (CWB).

Time: 2.30 – 4 pm, Sunday 29 November

Place: Waikanae Beach Community Hall, Rauparaha Street

This will be a drop-in style session so you can come when you want and engage with whichever technical area you are interested in. It’s particularly good timing for public transport and CWB. The Greater Wellington Regional Council is conducting a review of bus services and the planners involved will be there to answer your questions and receive your feedback. In relation to CWB, you may have heard that the council has received government funding to boost the provision of riding/cycling/walking tracks and the council officer responsible for the programme will also be present on Sunday from about 3 pm.

No decisions have been made on where and how to improve CWB in Waikanae Beach yet so it’s a very good chance to influence the provision if these tracks in the future for Waikanae Beach. A council traffic planner will also be present and able to tell you what is known about potential traffic impacts of the expressway and share traffic management information.

As usual, if you can’t make it to the session on Sunday, you can provide input online at www.waikanaebeachforum.org

Regards,  Alison Lash

Senior Advisor, Kaitohutohu Matua

Tel 04 296 4786

Mobile 027 452 7425