This section outlines how the Council's Engineering Services Department manages and maintains Tasman's roading network.
Current Road Works
Find out about the range of bridges the Council manages and maintains, and check bridge weight limits.
Find the rules about livestock grazing on the road margin.
Read about current roading activity in the current Regional Land Transport Programme.
Find the Council's strategy for providing a safe, efficient and accessible transport network in the district for the next 30 years.
Read the Council's policies and permits relating to its roading network.
Report a problem or find out more about road signage.
Report a problem or find out more about street lighting or street furniture such as rubbish bins, seating or landscaping.
Learn about the Council's street name policy and how to make a request. Or find out how to get the reason for a street name.
Find out how the Council numbers properties, how to get a number and how to update your address details in the White Pages.
Statistics About the Tasman Road Network
Tasman District Council is responsible for the management of a transportation network that comprises approximately:
- 1681 km of roads (916 km sealed and 765km unsealed)
- 467 bridges (including footbridges)
- 184km of footpaths
- 21 carparks providing 1100 spaces
- 3735 streetlights, traffic signs and culvert pipes.
Each road in the transportation network has been categorised into a transportation hierarchy based on the road’s purpose and level of use.
The local roading network is managed by the Engineering Services Department, Phone: 03 543 8400.
State Highway Network
State Highways 6, 60 and 65 traverse the district. These state highways are managed by the New Zealand Transport Agency.