Christchurch City Council and the NZ Transport Agency are seeking public feedback on the speed limits on roads in and around Yaldhurst.
There have been a high number of crashes on SH73 in the Yaldhurst area, including one person killed and five people seriously injured in the last ten years.
Public consultation on the proposed speed limits runs from 2 – 30 September 2019.
Feedback can be provided here.
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Amber and Andy ditched city life and quit their jobs after a near death experience during the Christchurch earthquake, to live in a bus with their children, Jake, 6, and Daisy, 4.
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Christchurch mayor Lianne Dalziel has fought the mood for change and the right to lead the city council for another three years.
Dalziel romped home with a clear majority of more than 16,000 after receiving 44,811 votes in the 2019 local body elections.
Her closest rival, businessman Darryll Park, gained 28,260 votes while veteran activist John Minto was third with 8739 votes.