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Option 1 - Estimated cost: $150,000
Reconstructing ramps at existing pedestrian crossing points and removing kerb lips for better accessibility
Widening existing pedestrian crossing points at accessible carparks.
Reducing the speed limit through the village corridor to 30km/h. Coloured pavement surfacing and “30km/h” road markings would reinforce the speed limit change at each end.
Improving visibility at crossing points of the SH36/Hall Road/Taui Street intersection by changing the planting and landscaping.
Narrow the road lane width with road markings to slow traffic on the Western side of SH36, next to the parking spaces.