Our Havelock North Pedestrian Safety project is now complete. This project involved raising the pedestrian crossing on Te Mata Rd and building a new one on Napier Rd, to improve pedestrian safety and access to and through the Village Green.
Improving pedestrian access and safety was the key reason behind a project to build two raised crossings near the Village Green.
Better access to and through the Village Green for people of all ages and abilities was outlined in the Havelock North Domain Reserve Management Plan. The raised crossings will achieve this goal by helping slow traffic coming into the Village Centre.
Phase one of the project involved putting the pedestrian crossing near Havelock North Library on a raised platform. Phase two involved building a new, raised courtesy crossing on Napier Road, near Deliciosa, Hawthorne and Thirsty Liquor.
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