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Bay Harbour: April 11, 2018

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Wednesday April 11 2018 News • By Sarla Donovan DRIVERS ARE avoiding the St Andrews Hill-Bridle Path Rd intersection by using The Brae to access Main Rd. And it’s creating a steady flow of traffic down the steep, narrow street – prompting the city council to install new signage and stopping restrictions near the intersecting service road at the bottom of the hill. The service road is a 100m cul-de-sac which runs parallel to Main Rd and intersects The Brae just before Main Rd. It provides seven car parks for residents and their visitors and can also function as a ‘park and ride’ enabling drivers to park their vehicle and either use a bus service or the Coastal Pathway. A city council report provided to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board said drivers travelling on The Brae THREE HIGH-RISK bends on Major Hornbrook Rd in Mt Pleasant will have no-stopping restrictions installed after a resident raised safety concerns. The change is expected to improve sight lines for drivers and as it approaches Main Rd had poor forward sight lines and were moving relatively quickly due to the downhill slope. A give way sign at the currently uncontrolled for residents exiting driveways, and reduce the likelihood of a head-on collision as vehicles won’t need to overtake parked vehicles. It will also create more space for large vehicles such as rubbish Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Plan to solve traffic issues in The Brae intersection of the service road with The Brae would reduce potential confusion, the report said. And no-stopping lines will be implemented along the service trucks and buses which use the road. No stopping lines will be painted on the corners between numbers 138 and 149 Major Hornbrook Rd. And a continuous centre line will be painted GIVE WAY: An increasing number of motorists are using The Brae, prompting new safety measures. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER road, to ensure vehicles don’t park near the intersection and interfere with sight lines. The changes were approved by the board last week. No stopping signs for high-risk corners on the road to encourage vehicles to stay on their side. It will cost around $1000 for the road markings. The changes were approved by the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board last week. BAY HARBOUR Local News Now PAGE 5 Fire rages, homes at risk New speed limit for Dyers Pass Rd A NEW 60km/h speed limit and double yellow lines will be in place on Dyers Pass Rd by early May. The speed limit change was approved by the city council last week. A decision to paint double yellow lines on the stretch between Summit Rd and the Sign of the Takahe was earlier made by the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board. But the Banks Peninsula Commmunity Board decided against yellow lines on the Summit Rd- Governors Bay section due to the road’s narrowness and general condition. The changes are designed to try and reduce the crash rate. Installation of the double yellow lines, the new speed limit signs and raised centre line pavement markers will begin in mid April. The work is scheduled to take place between April 15-18, 22-26, 29 and May 2. While the work is done, Dyers Pass Rd will be closed to traffic from the Sign of the Takahe to Governors Bay between 7pm and 6.30am. oFten quoted as “the best thai in ChRistChuRCh” Amazing authentic Thai food will also turn you into a Green Chilli Thai restaurant advocate. big oFFeR Wednesday sPeCial! 3-course banquet deal! only $22pp Home Delivery, Takeaway available, BYO, Vegetarian Friendly GREEN CHILLI THAI RestauRant 1/596 Ferry Road Woolston, Christchurch greenchilli@windowslive.com Phone: 03 384 9993 or 03 381 2855 Nuk Korako National List MP based in the Port Hills Please feel free to contact my office if there is anything I can help you with. A E P 6/950 Ferry Road, Ferrymead nuk.korakomp@parliament.govt.nz 03 384 0008 /nukkorako.PortHills korako.co.nz Funded by the Parliamentary Service and authorised by Nuk Korako, 6/950 Ferry Road, Ferrymead, Christchurch Last days to have your say What’s important for Christchurch over the next 10 years? ccc.govt.nz/ltp Consultation closes on Friday 13 April.