Consultation is open from 30 June to 28 July 2021. Your feedback will help Let’s Get Wellington Moving, and the Let’s Get Wellington Moving funding partners to make a final decision about the speed limits in this area, and on constructing the new crossing.

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We want to make it safer and easier to walk and bike in the Miramar, Kilbirnie and Rongotai area, to help achieve our goal of moving more people with fewer vehicles. There is currently no safe place to cross anywhere on Cobham Drive from the Miramar Cutting to the traffic lights at Evans Bay Parade. The crossing will improve access to the new Tahitai walking and bike paths which link the eastern suburbs with the central city. The Cobham Drive section of Tahitai was opened earlier this year.  

We are also reviewing speed limits between the Mount Victoria Tunnel and Wellington Airport. Too many people are being killed or seriously injured while driving, walking or biking on roads and paths in Wellington. Let’s Get Wellington Moving aims to make our roads, streets and paths safer for everyone. We all want Wellington’s transport system to be free of death and serious injury. Together with the proposed crossing, we plan to set safer speed limits to help reduce the number of crashes and help prevent deaths and serious injuries on these roads.  
Why change is needed



Crossing options assessment and safer speed technical assessment

Mid 2021

Have your say on Cobham Crossing and SH1 Safer Speeds

Mid-Late 2021

Decision on Cobham Crossing and new speed limits

Late 2021

Speed limit changes and construction of crossing