Napier City Council has been awarded $200,000 funding through the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s Innovating Streets for People Programme to trial some improvements to the way West Quay operates.
Napier City Council has temporarily transformed Ahuriri's West Quay into a pedestrian and cycle-friendly precinct. This project is a partnership with Waka Kotahi, New Zealand Transport Agency and the community.
The changes at West Quay are fast, tactical, non-permanent changes, which will remain in place for three months. This will enable Council to test a prototype street design before permanent changes may be made.
What this project means for residents?
Work commenced February 2021, end of trial is mid-May 2021
Napier City Council has been awarded $200,000 through the Waka Kotahi’s Innovating Streets for People Fund for this project.
More information about the fund can be found here: Waka Kotahi’s Innovating Streets for People Fund
The changes taking place at West Quay are fast, tactical, non-permanent changes, which will remain in place for three months.
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