Creating Safer Streets: Tyler Street

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Creating safer streets - help shape Tyler Street

A new pilot project 'Creating Safer Streets – Tyler Street’ is beginning soon to enhance the pedestrian amenity of Tyler Street. This project has been awarded funding through the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s Innovating Streets Programme, and will be delivered by Auckland Council.

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The Britomart precinct has been developed into a dynamic and diverse area where pedestrian movement has been giving priority, and Tyler Street is the next section to be transformed. Tyler Street is a well-used thoroughfare and is home to popular food outlets and retail. It is a street with great attractions but with no pedestrian amenity. Through this pilot project we will work with users of the street to co-design what improvements could look like. The project will use tactical urbanism interventions to test different layout solutions and placemaking activities. The final design could include ground graphics, art installations, place kit, road layout changes and lighting.

If you are a user of Tyler Street or are interested in developments in the city centre and would like to stay informed on this project then please sign up below to be added to our database.

Creating safer streets - help shape Tyler Street

A new pilot project 'Creating Safer Streets – Tyler Street’ is beginning soon to enhance the pedestrian amenity of Tyler Street. This project has been awarded funding through the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s Innovating Streets Programme, and will be delivered by Auckland Council.

To stay informed and find out how you can have you say, please sign up to our newsletter below.

The Britomart precinct has been developed into a dynamic and diverse area where pedestrian movement has been giving priority, and Tyler Street is the next section to be transformed. Tyler Street is a well-used thoroughfare and is home to popular food outlets and retail. It is a street with great attractions but with no pedestrian amenity. Through this pilot project we will work with users of the street to co-design what improvements could look like. The project will use tactical urbanism interventions to test different layout solutions and placemaking activities. The final design could include ground graphics, art installations, place kit, road layout changes and lighting.

If you are a user of Tyler Street or are interested in developments in the city centre and would like to stay informed on this project then please sign up below to be added to our database.