There is now an improved search function for the CNG, which filters the search to information contained within the Guide. Enter key words in the search field and the results can then be sorted by Relevancy, Date and Title.
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To switch to searching the entire Transport Agency, click the drop down box and select 'Entire website' or click the sentence 'Did you want to search the entire Transport Agency website?' under the main Results title.
Unsignalised crossings 'Unsignalised crossings', previously known as 'uncontrolled crossings' section is now expanded and updated. 'Cycle crossings, including dual crossings' are now included as a facility type.
Hook-turn boxes > Signage Hook turn boxes do not require signs, however a sign has been available since May 2016 when the A43-5 Hook turn gazette notice was issued.
Provision for contra-flow cycling Contra-flow cycle provision allows people to cycle on one-way streets in the opposing direction. These treatments help to provide improved network permeability and connectivity for cycling (relative to motor vehicles), either on existing one-way streets or those planned to be converted from two-way to one-way.
Wayfinding signage layouts In consultation with road controlling authorities and the New Zealand sign industry, the Transport Agency has produced the New Zealand cycling network wayfinding signage layouts. Consistent use of these designs will help users recognise official cycling routes throughout New Zealand.
Pavement specification guidelines for cycling routes Guidelines for pavement specifications for primary cycling routes including cycle lanes and cycle paths, shared paths and separated cycleways, as well as pavement shoulders where cycling demand is high and where a high level of service is desired.