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Have your say on proposed Queen Street parking, loading and mobility proposal by 8 July

News story
Tuesday 29 Jun 2021

With the COVID emergency works on Queen Street between Shortland Street and Mayoral Drive being removed, some interim changes are being proposed with the aim of prioritising loading, servicing and mobility parking over the provision of general parking.

The provision of loading zones not only supports commercial vehicles but also public drop off and pick up along the street. The different zones proposed include:

  • Goods Loading Zone (LZ GVO)
    esigned for vehicles that are used exclusively for the carriage of goods. The timeframes for use vary.
  • Loading Zone (LZ)
    Any vehicle can use a Loading Zone for short term parking to pick up or drop off goods or passengers. The timeframes for use vary.
  • A number of mobility parking spaces are also provided for.
Examples of Waka Kotahi NZTA regulatory traffic signs for the zones outlined above:

Maps detailing the proposed changes are available here.

For more details about which zones and time limits are proposed for which parts of Queen Street and to give feedback on the proposals, click here, or see the letter AT has distributed to local stakeholders here. Consultation is open until 8 July 2021.