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The Speed Limits Bylaw 2019 has been made under the following Act(s):
There is no automatic revocation date for this bylaw.
We have consulted on speed limit changes in Kaitāia-Awaroa and Broadwood-Kohukohu catchments, Moerewa urban area, and Te Oneroa-a-Tōhe Ninety Mile Beach). The consultation period closed on Tuesday 24 August 2021. See the table below for proposed changes.
*Existing Variable School Speed Limit proposed to be 30kph
**Broadwood Road crosses the catchment boundary between Kaitāia-Awaroa catchment and Broadwood-Kohukohu catchment.
*Proposed Variable School Speed Limit option at Broadwood School.
Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē / Ninety Mile Beach has a current default speed limit of 100kph. The following speed limits are proposed:
• 30kph – within 200m of a legal beach access
• 60kph – on all other parts of the beach
It should be noted that a range of options, outside of a permanent legal speed limit, can be employed to address issues such as events and other activities on the beach.