Rotorua Speed Limit Review 2021

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
Speed limit review

Update 29 June 2021

Councillors agreed at the full Council meeting on 28 June 2021 to approve speed limit changes for all 56 local roads that were proposed as part of the 2021 Speed Limit Review.

Following consultation, council officers amended a number of speed reductions to align with feedback received from the community.

To read the full details go to https://bit.ly/3AcWcSy

___________________________________________________

The consultation period for the 2021 Rotorua Speed Limit Review has now closed. Thank you to everyone that took the time to share thoughts and provide feedback on the proposed changes.

Contributions will now be evaluated and reviewed. The project team will report back on key outcomes and submitters who indicated that they would like to speak to their submission will be notified about hearing dates.

___________________________________________________


Rotorua Lakes Council and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency are working together to review local road and state highway speed limits in and around Rotorua. Reviewing and setting speed limits aims to make the transport network safer for all users.

The community is encouraged to provide feedback on what’s proposed to help Rotorua Lakes Council and Waka Kotahi make decisions in setting speed limits.

Local Roads
There are 56 local roads with proposed speed limit changes. This includes a number of roads that require formalising of speed limits; roads with posted 70km/h speeds (70km/h is being phased out nationally); and roads outside rural schools. For some roads, the proposed speed limit change is for specific sections only - see list of local roads here.

State Highways
Waka Kotahi is seeking public input into proposals to set new permanent speed limits on State Highway 5 and State Highway 30, Rotorua Old Taupō Road/Hemo Road Roundabout. For more information you can visit nzta.govt.nz/BOP-speed-reviews or view the list of Rotorua State Highways here.

Update 29 June 2021

Councillors agreed at the full Council meeting on 28 June 2021 to approve speed limit changes for all 56 local roads that were proposed as part of the 2021 Speed Limit Review.

Following consultation, council officers amended a number of speed reductions to align with feedback received from the community.

To read the full details go to https://bit.ly/3AcWcSy

___________________________________________________

The consultation period for the 2021 Rotorua Speed Limit Review has now closed. Thank you to everyone that took the time to share thoughts and provide feedback on the proposed changes.

Contributions will now be evaluated and reviewed. The project team will report back on key outcomes and submitters who indicated that they would like to speak to their submission will be notified about hearing dates.

___________________________________________________


Rotorua Lakes Council and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency are working together to review local road and state highway speed limits in and around Rotorua. Reviewing and setting speed limits aims to make the transport network safer for all users.

The community is encouraged to provide feedback on what’s proposed to help Rotorua Lakes Council and Waka Kotahi make decisions in setting speed limits.

Local Roads
There are 56 local roads with proposed speed limit changes. This includes a number of roads that require formalising of speed limits; roads with posted 70km/h speeds (70km/h is being phased out nationally); and roads outside rural schools. For some roads, the proposed speed limit change is for specific sections only - see list of local roads here.

State Highways
Waka Kotahi is seeking public input into proposals to set new permanent speed limits on State Highway 5 and State Highway 30, Rotorua Old Taupō Road/Hemo Road Roundabout. For more information you can visit nzta.govt.nz/BOP-speed-reviews or view the list of Rotorua State Highways here.

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

Proposed changes on a map

5 months

The consultation period has now closed. Thank you to everyone that took the time to share thoughts and provide feedback on the proposed changes. 


Use this tool to tell us what you think about the proposed speed limit change(s). 

If you wish to speak at a hearing you will need fill in the submission form here

Instructions:

  1. Zoom to the section of the map, where you want to leave a comment.
  2. Click on thesymbol on the left-side bar menu. Select and hold either pin (Support or Oppose proposed change) and drag it onto the map.
  3. Drop your pin and provide us with some information on why you dropped your pin there.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.