Richmond Intersections Upgrade

What

We are making these intersections in Richmond safer and easier to use. This is part of the future Richmond cycleway project connecting cyclists from the north to the south of Richmond.

Why

We are upgrading the intersections to make it safer and easier for people to get around their neighbourhood.

Where

The intersections of Petrie Street and Averill Street, Richmond.

When

Tuesday 5 December 2023 to Friday 22 December 2023, Monday to Friday, 7am to 6pm (weather/site condition dependent).

Contact

The contractor is Isaac Construction Ltd. Phone 027 386 5526, Monday to Friday, 7am to 7pm or email communications@isaac.co.nz.

Detail

From Tuesday, 5 December we will be working on the intersections of Petrie Street and Averill Street. This is part of the Richmond neighbourhood greenway cycle connection project.

We will be installing:

  • New kerb and channel and footpaths.
  • New garden beds and landscaping.
  • New drainage on Petrie Street.
  • Traffic calming speed humps and line markings to reinforce slower speeds and promote a shared road environment.

Potential impacts on traffic:

  • Where road closures will be in place, please follow the posted detour route.
  • Where pedestrian access to footpaths will be impacted detours will be in place. Please follow the signage.
  • Cyclists may need to merge with traffic through the work area.
  • Speed will be reduced to 30km/h through the work area.

Potential impacts of work

  • On-Street parking will be affected on both sides of the road where we are working.
  • Where possible we will keep work areas small.
  • Road cones and signage will indicate where parking and driveway access is not available.
  • Property access will be maintained where possible. We will keep businesses and residents informed and updated of any changes.
  • Please let us know if you have any specific property access needs. e.g., medical visits, home help, large vehicle deliveries or planned work.
  • There will be increased noise, dust, and vibration from the use of machinery for activities such as saw cutting, excavation, and compaction.