Traffic Bylaw

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Kāpiti Coast District Council is seeking community feedback on an updated Traffic Bylaw 2010.

The Kāpiti Coast District Council Traffic Bylaw 2010 sets the rules for things like car parking, our cycleway, walkway and bridleway network, signage, and roadworks on Council-owned or managed roads, public carparks and reserves.

After a decade in place, the bylaw needs to be updated to ensure it's fit for purpose for the next 10 years. In recent months the bylaw has been reviewed, input has been sought from key interest groups, and community input from the last two years analysed.

Council is proposing a few key changes to the bylaw, to make it easier to understand and provide scope for future changes. These include changing the name of the bylaw to the Transport Bylaw to better reflect its role in managing non-vehicle modes of transport, adding clauses to enable resident and business parking schemes, and adding sections to support enforcement.

To learn more about the proposed changes, what the bylaw does and doesn’t cover, and the relevant legislation, please read the Statement of Proposal.

We invite the wider community to have their say.

Ways to have your say

Ways to make to a submission:

Kāpiti Coast District Council is seeking community feedback on an updated Traffic Bylaw 2010.

The Kāpiti Coast District Council Traffic Bylaw 2010 sets the rules for things like car parking, our cycleway, walkway and bridleway network, signage, and roadworks on Council-owned or managed roads, public carparks and reserves.

After a decade in place, the bylaw needs to be updated to ensure it's fit for purpose for the next 10 years. In recent months the bylaw has been reviewed, input has been sought from key interest groups, and community input from the last two years analysed.

Council is proposing a few key changes to the bylaw, to make it easier to understand and provide scope for future changes. These include changing the name of the bylaw to the Transport Bylaw to better reflect its role in managing non-vehicle modes of transport, adding clauses to enable resident and business parking schemes, and adding sections to support enforcement.

To learn more about the proposed changes, what the bylaw does and doesn’t cover, and the relevant legislation, please read the Statement of Proposal.

We invite the wider community to have their say.

Ways to have your say

Ways to make to a submission:

  • Kāpiti Coast District Council is seeking community feedback on an updated Traffic Bylaw 2010. 

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