Slowing traffic in Kaikohe and Moerewa


Project details

  • Project typeTraffic slowing measures
  • Project statusConstruction stage

The council is working with the National Transportation Alliance (NTA) to roll out traffic slowing measures in Kaikohe and Moerewa. 

Work will start in Kaikohe from Monday 29 May. The works in Kaikohe and Moerewa are expected to be completed by October 2023 with residents on roads directly affected to be advised by letter ahead of works and temporary road closures. 

The number of interim and permanent treatments to be installed will be dependent on funding. Maps of treatment locations on this webpage are indicative only.

Ngā raru ā waka

Traffic issues

The council aims to address unsafe driving through a district-wide traffic slowing programme. This is based on transport research and community feedback. In Kaikohe and Moerewa, wide and straight roads are seen by some motorists as an opportunity to drive unsafely and at speed.

Ngā hua ā hapori

Community outcomes

Based on community feedback the outcomes you want to see are:

  • Slower traffic to improve access to neighbourhood facilities.
  • Improved safety near our local schools and marae.
  • Continuing the work of Innovating Streets For People pilot project.

Te whakahaere waka

Traffic slowing measures

The installation of interim and permanent traffic slowing measures will start in Kaikohe from 29 May 2023. These measures will help deliver outcomes identified by communities. Interim measures are lower cost solutions and will be monitored to gauge their effectiveness before being made permanent.

If you have any questions please email us at

This map of treatment locations was updated on 6 March 2023 and varies from the image included on posters. The map is indicative only. For more detail click here(PNG, 1MB)


 This map of treatment locations is indicative only. For more detail clickhere(PNG, 374KB)



Temporary treatment - asphalt platform


Temporary treatment - kerb buildout


Permanent treatment - concrete platform 


Permanent treatment - kerb extension



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Last updated 24 May 2023