Submissions for this consultation have now closed.
We’re looking at putting in rural intersection activated warning signs (RIAWS) at intersections which have a high crash rate and where we know having lower speeds approaching the intersection will help improve people’s safety.
RIAWS are electronic signs that detect when someone is turning into or out of a side road and temporarily reduce the speed limit on the state highway (usually from 100 km/h to 60km/hr or 70km/h). RIAWS are already being successfully used at 13 locations on state highways around the country to improve intersection safety with minimal delays for road users.
We’re looking at putting RIAWS in to improve people’s safety at the following sites.
Consultation was held from 5 to 30 March 2018 and is now closed. We're analysing submissions and will update this page once decisions have been.
|SH1/Mangapai Rd intersection||Northland|
|SH1/Shoemaker Rd intersection||Northland|
|SH29/SH27 intersection near Hinuera||Waikato|
|SH1/SH29 intersection at Piarere||Waikato|
|SH27/Horrell Rd intersection at Te Puninga||Waikato|
|Gordonton Rd/Taylor Rd (SH1B) intersection||
|SH25/Hauraki Rd intersection, south of Thames||Waikato|
|SH29/Hopkins Rd intersection, south of Matamata||Waikato|
|SH1/SH79 (the Rangitata turn-off) intersection||South Canterbury|
|SH6 (the Luggate – Cromwell Rd)/SH8A intersection||Otago|