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Tasman Regional Land Transport Plan 2015-2021 – Mid Term Review

Submissions Close: 4.30 pm Friday 23 February

It is now time to carry out a mid-term review of the Regional Land Transport Plan 2015-2021. Our District is changing, and this review updates the Plan to meet the changes in the needs of our community.

The purpose of the Regional Land Transport Plan (The Plan) is to set out the region’s land transport objectives, policies, forward works programme, maintenance and operations for the next 10 years. The Plan identifies four key issues:

  • Transport constraints on growth
  • Resilience of the road network to natural hazards
  • Increases in serious crashes
  • Barriers to alternative modes of transport

 Collaborative Approach

Tasman has partnered with Nelson City Council and Marlborough District Council in collaboration with New Zealand Transport Agency to create a joint Top of the South Regional portion of the Plan that highlights our close relationship, dependency and shared circumstances.

Regional aspirations have been aligned with the national outcomes as outlined in the Draft 2018 Government Policy Statement on Land Transport. This Plan forms part of the funding submission to the Transport Agency and the National Land Transport Fund.

In addition, the Plan includes the Regional Public Transport Plan which sets out policies, services and information relating to public transport in Tasman. Tasman District and Council Nelson City Council have collaborated with shared services especially those that have cross-boundary interaction such as the bus service and Total Mobility. Over the next three years it is hoped that Tasman District Council can continue their good relationship with Nelson City Council and commission an expanded bus service in the Richmond area to meet the transport needs of this growing community. 

View the Draft Strategy

The draft Parking Strategy for Motueka and Richmond is also available to view at Council’s:

  • Richmond Office, 189 Queen Street, Richmond
  • Motueka Office, 7 Hickmott Place, Motueka
  • Takaka Office, 14 Junction Street, Takaka
  • Murchison Office, 92 Fairfax Street, Murchison.

And libraries:

  • District Library, Queen Street, Richmond
  • Motueka Library, Pah Street, Motueka
  • Takaka Memorial Library, Junction Street, Takaka.

Have Your Say

Submissions to the Draft Top of the South Regional Land Transport Plan – Mid-Term Review must be received by 4.30 pm on Friday 23 February 2018.

Alternatively email to info@tasman.govt.nz or post to:

Submissions on Draft Top of the South Regional Land Transport Plan 2015-2021 – Mid-Term Review, Tasman District Council, Private Bag 4, Richmond 7050

Or deliver to your local Tasman District Council office.

If submitters wish to comment on a matter that is relevant to all three Top of the South councils (Tasman District Council, Nelson City Council and Marlborough District Council), you are able to make separate submissions to each councils’ Regional Transport Committee. Alternatively, please indicate if you wish for your submission to be considered by all three Regional Transport Committees. 

About Submissions

Please note: all submissions, including names and contact details, will be made available to Councillors and the public at Council offices and libraries, and a summary of submissions may also be made publicly available and posted on the Council’s website.

Personal information will also be used for administration relating to the subject matter of the submissions, including notifying submitters of hearings and decisions.  All information will be held by the Tasman District Council with submitters having the right to access and correct personal information.

Hearings

There will be an opportunity for submissions to be heard in person. Please indicate if you wish to present your submission to the Engineering Services Committee.