Update the existing shared path
Improved street lighting
Some car parks could be affected
Improved route for people on foot
We’re improving the shared path along Hutt Road to make it safer for people on foot and on bikes. It's one of our busiest commuter routes and a crucial link in the region's wider cycle network.
Hutt Road is the first of two stages in Wellington’s Northern Connection between Bunny Street and Ngauranga. The second project is Thorndon Quay. The plan is that improvements along this route will connect to the central city and eventually all the way through to Melling in Lower Hutt.
Shared path improvements include:
We are also working with the NZ Transport Agency to investigate, design, trial and implement devices which alert drivers to the presence of cyclists at business exit points, especially those cyclists heading north from the city.
On the western side of the road
The work will be completed in sections. In each, you'll see contractors:
Where work is happening:
Work on the section between the Aotea Quay overbridge and the Goods Shed Garden Supplies driveway is continuing and should be finished by mid-June. New...Read more
Travel along Hutt Road and you'll see how and where we plan to make improvements.See the route
Find out more about the consultation process for Hutt Road and see how we arrived at the proposed solutions.Read more
Why Hutt Road rather than a coastal route?Read more
View supporting documents for Hutt Road improvements.View documents
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