We want to hear your views on the proposal to install traffic lights at the busy 4-way intersection in Hataitai. This intersection includes Moxham Avenue, Hataitai Road and Waitoa Road crossroads. 

Tell us what you think by 5pm, 25 September 2018.

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1. Your details
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Are you giving feedback:
2. Are you…?
3. How often do you travel through the Moxham/Waitoa intersection in an average week using the following transport modes?
Space Cell Every dayA few times a weekLess often or never
In a motor vehicle
On a bicycle, motorcycle or scooter
As a pedestrian
On a bus

Crashes or near misses

Have you ever experienced, witnessed or are aware of crashes or near misses at the Moxham/Waitoa intersection?
5. How safe do you feel when travelling through the Moxham/Waitoa intersection using the following transport modes? 
Space Cell Very unsafeUnsafeNeither unsafe nor safeSafeVery safeNot applicable – I don’t travel through the intersection using this transport mode
In a motor vehicle
On a bicycle, motocycle or scooter
As a pedestrian
On a bus
6. Do you think traffic lights with pedestrian signals will improve safety at the Moxham/Waitoa intersection for all users?

Proposed intersection changes

The Council has developed an intersection change scenario after assessing a number of options to make the Moxham/Waitoa intersection safer.  Outlined in the diagram are the current layout and the changes we’re proposing. What is your view? 

View larger diagram (105KB PDF)