Road safety is a shared responsibility between the council and the general public. Please help us keep our local roads safe.
There are three documents that make up this bylaw:
The Speed Limits Bylaw 2016 provides the ability to change speed limits and/or set new speed limits by Council resolution.
Such changes are likely to be to the maps and schedules that accompany the bylaw and will be an efficient and cost effective alternative to a full bylaw review.
The bylaw came into effect on 1 April 2016.
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The objective of this Bylaw is to facilitate traffic management and parking control measures with respect to roads, public places and parking areas under the control of Tasman District Council.
The Bylaw came into effect on 1 November 2016.
The Traffic Control Bylaw 2016 is accompanied by the Traffic Control Devices Register and map display. The register is the mechanism for the Council to record all authorised existing traffic control devices under the Consolidated Bylaw – Chapter 7 – Traffic Control Bylaw.
By approving all existing traffic control devices in the register the Council ensures they can be enforced in the future.