Island Bay Residents Association Judicial Review against WCC for Cycleway, our fight for democracy.
Time for Action! If every person who is not happy with current cycleway designs donates $1 we will achieve our funding goal in no time.
Four times now 80% of submitters have told Wellington City Council the solution they want is what has become known as option E. Four times they have been ignored.
Reseal the parade approx. cost $280,000.00 based on Council figures for 2016 where they spent $9.5million resealing 68km of road.
2. Move the bus stops back to where they were, this involve breaking up the kerb extensions the Council put on and re kerbing approx. half a km of the parade.
3. Put unmarked car parking back against the kerb, no markings equate to more carparks.
4. Clearly paint using green or another colour a cycleway on the roadside of parked cars, increasing the width by .5 of a metre from the original cycleway design.
5. In the shopping centre retain the current shared space and carparks.
6. Look at reducing the speed limit along the parade.
7. Remove the speed humps around the shopping centre and lower the height of the pedestrian crossings.
8. Retain pedestrian crossings on the parade.
9. To be confirmed but and indicative costing would be no more than $750, 000.00 thousand.
Enough is enough its time for Action we are taking the Council to court, help us in our fight for Democracy. If every person who is not happy with current cycleway designs donates $1 we will achieve our funding goal in no time.
Use of funds
The funds will be used to pay for legal costs and expert testimony for the Judicial Review.
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