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Formal consultation on new speed limit proposals is required under the Land Transport Rule: Setting of Speed Limit (2017).

This is your opportunity to have your say before the decisions on the speed limits for these roads are made by the NZ Transport Agency.

How to respond

If you wish to make a submission on the speed proposed changes for SH8 Burkes Pass, you can use our online form or you can download a printable consultation form.

Submit your feedback online(external link)
Download consultation form [PDF, 936 KB]

By email

Be sure to include ‘SH8 Burkes Pass speed consultation’ in the subject line.

By post

Include a signed copy of your submission and post to this address:

Free Post Authority 65090
NZ Transport Agency
National Office
Private Bag 6995
Wellington 6141

Submissions close at 5pm on Friday, 15 November 2019.

Privacy statement

The information requested in this consultation/survey is being collected by the NZ Transport Agency (the Transport Agency) for the purpose of seeking feedback on the proposed changes to speed limits on SH8 Burkes Pass in accordance with the Land Transport Rule: Setting of Speed Limit (2017).

The survey is being administered by Crestani Communications Limited (Crestani), on behalf of the Transport Agency. Any personal information you submit as part of this process will be stored and processed on the Transport Agency’s behalf by Crestani (who will use the information for analysis and reporting purposes), in accordance with the Privacy Act 1993(external link).

Please note that any feedback you provide is public information, and the Transport Agency may identify you as the submitter should it publish your feedback or provide it to a third party if requested under the Official Information Act 1982(external link). Please clearly indicate, therefore, if your feedback is commercially sensitive, or if for some other reason your feedback should not be disclosed and/or you should not be identified as the submitter. Any other personal information that you provide, however, will not be made public.

Under the Privacy Act 1993 you have the right to request access to and correction of any personal information you supply as part of this process. If you wish to do so, please email