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Knights Road Connection
1
March
New trial layout for Knights Road Launched

Creating safer and more enjoyable journeys along Knights Road for all modes of transport is the goal of a five week trial of a new road layout.

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Knights Road Connection
8
December
Layout for five week trial confirmed

The temporary layout for the first section of Knights Road has been decided based on community insight and feedback.

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Knights Road Connection
4
December
Trial layout promoted at pop-up park

Seeing is believing! A life size mock up of trial layout featured at park celebration.

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Jackson Street
3
December
Introducing the People of Jackson Street

The People of Jackson Street is a new series of profiles of people who use and love Jackson Street.

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Jackson Street
1
December
Jackson Street workshops start the co-design process

A series of community workshops are underway to start the co-design process for the Jackson Street Auaha Evolving Spaces project.

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Knights Road Connection
6
November
Preferred pop-up park layout chosen

The votes are in! Check out the preferred layout option for the Birch Street pop-up park.

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Lower Hutt
Jackson Street
25
September
Jackson Street walking audit to gather community insights

Understanding the different experiences people have on Jackson Street is a critical part of the Auaha Evolving Spaces Jackson Street project.

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Lower Hutt
Play Streets
23
September
Play Streets proving popular across Lower Hutt

More communities across Lower Hutt are working together to close quiet residential streets to allow for neighbours of all ages to come out and play.

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Knights Road Connection
22
August
What would a more people-friendly Knights Road Connection look like?

The Auaha Evolving Spaces team want to know what you think a more people-friendly Knights Road would look like.

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Lower Hutt
Play Streets
24
June
Innovating Streets funding coming to Lower Hutt

Lower Hutt Deputy Mayor Tui Lewis is delighted that the city will benefit from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency funding for two Innovating Streets projects.

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