The city's roading system provides accessibility to Napier citizens and visitors within a safe, clean and aesthetic
The services cover the provision and maintenance of the physical components; roads, footpaths, bridges and other
structures (e.g. street furniture), lighting, drainage, traffic services and safety (e.g. traffic lights, signage)
and street gardens, as well as the planning and management to ensure the system is clean, safe and able to cope with
Council's Road Asset consists of 338 km of formed roads and many kilometres of unformed roads. Included in the
Asset Management are:
the maintenance and construction of roads, pedestrian paths, accessways, steps and ramps.
the maintenance of the road reserve including mowing, sweeping, cleaning and weed spraying.
the maintenance of Traffic Services including signals, lighting, signs, roadmarking, road name plates and furniture.
the development of the transportation and traffic networks.
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A new track opens for kids to learn road safety Teaching children to cycle safely on the road will take a new track for parents next week when the latest development on Napier’s Marine Parade opens on Sunday 26 May.
A Junior Bike Track comp