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From Thursday 03 December Wood Street will become one way
- December 02, 2020
Wood Street changing to one way
From tomorrow Wood Street will change to a one way traffic system. Entry will be via Molesworth Drive (similar to last summer’s trial). Please take care and look out for the new road markings and signage, which will be in place from this Thursday. Wheel stops are also being installed to complete the improvements to the back carpark.
Plus: This weekend there will be groups of volunteers taking part in the project. Keen to get involved? We need as many hands as we can muster. Check out the details below, and sign up for painting or planting (or both!).
Saturday 05 December
Please bring along your own gloves, trowel (if you have one), and wear covered shoes or boots.
Everything else will be supplied. Sign up now.
Road Mural Painting Crew
Sunday 06 December
There are various two hour timeslots you can sign up for:
9.00–11.00am, 11.00am–1.00pm, 1.00pm–3.00pm, 3.00pm–5.00pm
Please bring along your own gloves, and wear covered shoes or boots. Everything else will be supplied. Choose a time slot(s) that works for you and sign up now.
We’re working closely with the Mangawhai Business Association and our community to create a more people-friendly Wood Street. The interim design (in place from December 2020) is 90 percent funded by a Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency grant through their Innovating Streets programme.
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