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What's happening in your Community.. Speed Limits Under Review South of Kaiapoi Speed Limit Lowered at Busy Rangiora Council are asking for feedback on reducing speed limits south of Kaiapoi to improve safety in the area If approved, the speed limit on Main North Road, Tram Road, Doubledays Road and several side streets would be dropped to 60km/h Intersection A temporary speed reduction will soon be in place on both Flaxton Road and Fernside Road, on all approaches to the intersection. Free Computer Clases at Waimakariri Libraries UBRARES Council's Roading and Transport Manager Joanne McBride says an increase in traffe volumes and several crashes at the intersection in the last two years, two of which have been serious, have prompted the temporary reduction The review comes ahead of several upcoming major changes to roads in the surrounding area, which include new traffic lights at Tram Road, a shared path along Main North Road and upgrades to State Highway 1. Feedback is open until Friday 6 November, with Council staff available at the Ohoka Market on Friday 23 October to taik through the proposals Email Kalapoi Library Thursday 29 October Rangiora Library Friday 30 October The speed limit on Fernside Road west, on the approach to Flaxton Road, and Flaston Road north and south of Femside Road west will be reduced Tablets Kalapoi Library Monday 2 November Rangiora Library Wednesday 4 November from B0km/h to 60km/h. The length of Fernside Road east, between Flaxton Road and Lineside Road, will be reduced from 100km/h to 80km/h. and answer questions We want to hear what the community thirk of the speed limit proposals, and if there are any other factors we should consider. The reductions will be in place until a new roundabout is constructed, with work expected to begin in January 2021. Funding for this was approved by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency in mid-2020 and desien work is currently underway. It is anticipated the roundabout will be constructed After collecting feedback, staff will report to the Community Boards and the Council, who will make a final decision. Eachclass runs for two houn from 10am to 12pm. Book on 03311 001 or steppingup.ne Classes available at Ouford Library Splash Into Summer on request. Summer is not complete without a visit to Waikuku by the end of June 2021. Beach's iconic paddling pool. With warmer weather just around the corner, Wally the Whale is ready to welcome back visitors when the pool opens this Saturday. Pool users are encouraged to bring their hats and sunscreen as the shade sail won't be installed We will be back in touch to tak about permanent speed limit changes in this area over the coming months. MEDA NO t libraries.waimakariri.govt.nz until after Guy Fawkes. Last year, two new water features were instaled, making the space even more interactive and entertaining for children. Preparing pools for summer is also underway elsewhere in the District, with the Oxford Community Aquatic Centre due to open later in November. The popular facility includes a four lane 25m lap pool and a smaller learmer's pool suitable for smaller children. LET'S SPEED LIMITS TALK SOUTH OF KAIAPOI Have you signed up for the Waimakariri District Time to Splash! We're reviewing speed limits south of Kaiapoi. Council Newsletter? Waikuku Paddling Pool is open from this Saturday. To join visit: waimakaririgovtnz/subscribe With changes happering on Main North Road including new traffic signals at Tram Road, a shared path and changes to the motorway. It's a good time to make sure speed limits in the area are safe. Come visit Wally the Whale and celebrate the long weekend with a paddle and play We're proposing to reduce the speed limit to 60kmh in areas on Main North Road Tram Road and Doubledays Road Newsletter Remember to bring your hat and sunscreen, as the shade sal won't be installed until after Guy Fawkes. Let us know what you think before Friday 6 November 2020. CAquatic Find out more at waimakarini govt.nzletstalk weimakori gvtnaquaties Focilities WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL What's happening in your Community.. Speed Limits Under Review South of Kaiapoi Speed Limit Lowered at Busy Rangiora Council are asking for feedback on reducing speed limits south of Kaiapoi to improve safety in the area If approved, the speed limit on Main North Road, Tram Road, Doubledays Road and several side streets would be dropped to 60km/h Intersection A temporary speed reduction will soon be in place on both Flaxton Road and Fernside Road, on all approaches to the intersection. Free Computer Clases at Waimakariri Libraries UBRARES Council's Roading and Transport Manager Joanne McBride says an increase in traffe volumes and several crashes at the intersection in the last two years, two of which have been serious, have prompted the temporary reduction The review comes ahead of several upcoming major changes to roads in the surrounding area, which include new traffic lights at Tram Road, a shared path along Main North Road and upgrades to State Highway 1. Feedback is open until Friday 6 November, with Council staff available at the Ohoka Market on Friday 23 October to taik through the proposals Email Kalapoi Library Thursday 29 October Rangiora Library Friday 30 October The speed limit on Fernside Road west, on the approach to Flaxton Road, and Flaston Road north and south of Femside Road west will be reduced Tablets Kalapoi Library Monday 2 November Rangiora Library Wednesday 4 November from B0km/h to 60km/h. The length of Fernside Road east, between Flaxton Road and Lineside Road, will be reduced from 100km/h to 80km/h. and answer questions We want to hear what the community thirk of the speed limit proposals, and if there are any other factors we should consider. The reductions will be in place until a new roundabout is constructed, with work expected to begin in January 2021. Funding for this was approved by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency in mid-2020 and desien work is currently underway. It is anticipated the roundabout will be constructed After collecting feedback, staff will report to the Community Boards and the Council, who will make a final decision. Eachclass runs for two houn from 10am to 12pm. Book on 03311 001 or steppingup.ne Classes available at Ouford Library Splash Into Summer on request. Summer is not complete without a visit to Waikuku by the end of June 2021. Beach's iconic paddling pool. With warmer weather just around the corner, Wally the Whale is ready to welcome back visitors when the pool opens this Saturday. Pool users are encouraged to bring their hats and sunscreen as the shade sail won't be installed We will be back in touch to tak about permanent speed limit changes in this area over the coming months. MEDA NO t libraries.waimakariri.govt.nz until after Guy Fawkes. Last year, two new water features were instaled, making the space even more interactive and entertaining for children. Preparing pools for summer is also underway elsewhere in the District, with the Oxford Community Aquatic Centre due to open later in November. The popular facility includes a four lane 25m lap pool and a smaller learmer's pool suitable for smaller children. LET'S SPEED LIMITS TALK SOUTH OF KAIAPOI Have you signed up for the Waimakariri District Time to Splash! We're reviewing speed limits south of Kaiapoi. Council Newsletter? Waikuku Paddling Pool is open from this Saturday. To join visit: waimakaririgovtnz/subscribe With changes happering on Main North Road including new traffic signals at Tram Road, a shared path and changes to the motorway. It's a good time to make sure speed limits in the area are safe. Come visit Wally the Whale and celebrate the long weekend with a paddle and play We're proposing to reduce the speed limit to 60kmh in areas on Main North Road Tram Road and Doubledays Road Newsletter Remember to bring your hat and sunscreen, as the shade sal won't be installed until after Guy Fawkes. Let us know what you think before Friday 6 November 2020. CAquatic Find out more at waimakarini govt.nzletstalk weimakori gvtnaquaties Focilities WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL