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  • red pedestrian not showing on pole 6 outside 371 remuera road2 update
    red pedestrian not showing on pole 6 outside 371 remuera road
  • 2 red pedestrians not showing one on pole 6 outside 371 remuera road1 update
    2 red pedestrians not showing one on pole 6 outside 371 Remuera road, now the other one is on a un-numbered pole outside the ANZ bank at corner Victoria Ave & Remuera Road, I did not notice it the other day.
  • Dust Nuisance due to increased traffic1 update
    Due to frequent traffic utilisng the forest we get showered by road dust. We cannot open the windows to our house in the afternoon sun. The Auckand council advertises the local forest on all their websites as a suitable place for recreational use including mountain biking. As a resuly we get 50 -80 cars go visit the area daily. 100 + round trips. Once we lived on a quiet lane with only one other resident sharing the road. Due to the change in use and only 10km from metro Auckland the road needs urgent action outside our house.
  • Street lights out Mably, Andre and Ellenbury1 update
    There's no street-lighting on three streets, Ellenbury Place, Andre Rise and Mably Court, Stanmore Bay, Whangaparaoa, 0932. I reported this a few weeks ago and after 2 or 3 weeks the lights came on for about 2 weeks - but then have been out again for another week or more.
  • GORSE INFESTATION 1 update
    BEGINNING TO TAKE OVER FOOTPATH, Boston Road side of the rail track bridge on Khyber pass road, Grafton. Once I saw a worker on a farm bike killing weeds around Newmarket, I sure he could find something to kill these, and had the time to do it.

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  • Bricks missing from sidewalk creating hazard1 update
    A row of horizontal bricks between two concrete slabs on the sidewalk are missing. This creates a shallow trench that is a hazard. The affected part of the sidewalk is on the east side of Apollo drive, opposite the Apollo Drive reserve (street number is approximately 87 on Google Maps).
  • broken and blocked drain pipe in pavement1 update
    In the pavement, drain pipe is broken and blocked. It caused moss grow in the pavement and it is slippery. Someone has slipped down because of this.
  • A folded up cone1 update
    This cone was posted on this website for pick up last week, the next day I rang the 0800 number printed on the cone. Now it is nicely folded up, as you can see by the photo. No doubt it was done when the nearby Newmarket police station was closed. Makes you wonder why I bother to report issues, maybe now the cone is floppy and useless. This is why I posted it. Oh behind the lady is a folded up cone, I will have take another photo
  • theives in auckland1 update
    the 6Km/4Km cardiac marker has been stolen from the footpath. Goodness knows when it went missing, it has been a long time since I walked past the spot.
  • green light, not going. 1 update
    on the right most pole (for road traffic), heading from ellerslie towards panmure, along elleslie-panmure highway at the end of lunn avenue
  • New pot hole in middle of Pember Reeves St, right on cnr with Ponsonby Rd1 update
    A new pot hole opened up (Wed 5th Oct 2016) after the recent rains and is dangerous for cyclists and other vehicles turning off Ponsonby Rd into Pember Reeves Rd. Grateful if you would please fix the pot hole soon.
  • Big oil spill caused buy car at no 10 Black Teal Close 1 update
    The boy racer car at no 10 has agian leaked oil from 10 Black Teal Close down the road into Blue Crestent and up to the roundabout at Blue Bird and Unsworth Heights road The black car is always leaking oil on the road this time its a manor oil trail around corners and will be dangerous to cars, motor cycle and bicycles Please send clean up crew and also discuss with young man at 10 Bleack teal close as he continues spilling oil on the public road
  • Mutiple large cracks in footpath1 update
    Multiple large cracks in the footpath on northern side of Cryers Rd, between carpenter rd and Trugood Dr. Including very bad one on the corner of Trugood near a drain. Has been in this state for a long time. Path is well used by pedestrians and cycle users.
  • Street lights out for 2 weeks1 update
    Hi, Not sure if this has already been reported but can you please fix or advise why the lights on my street (Bellshill Close) have not been on for nearly 2 weeks. FYI -neighbouring streets lamps are working. Thanks
  • MISSION IMPOSSIABLE JUST CAN NOT WORK IT OUT 2 update
    H E L L O B U S S T O P N U M B E R 5 7 2 7 A S S E E N I N T H E P H O T O I S O V E R N E W L Y N W A Y H E L L O H E L L O H A V E Y O U T A K E N Y O U R I Q P I L L T H I S M O R N I N G , I H A V E B R O U G H T T O T H E A T T E N T I O N I D O N O T N O T H O W M A N Y T I M E S A N D I A M G E T T I N G S I C K O F T H I S
  • Time of Light-up and Light-off1 update
    Issue: Some street-lights turn on about 8pm at night and turn off about 9am in the morning. Location: Around the junction of Witheford Drive and Heathglen Place, Bayview, North Shore. Thank you.
  • Street light not replaced when power pole replaced1 update
    Recent power pole replacements in the street have been completed but the street light previously on the pole between 25 and 27 Peary Road hasn't been replaced.
  • Footpath covered in rocks at exit of driveway of local business1 update
    Gravel and rocks from the driveway exit are permanently covering the footpath outside this business. This is a hazard for pedestrians and other footpath users.
  • Overgrown hedge1 update
    The hedge in front of 41 Glenvar Road has not been trimmed for more than a year. It is now obstructing the concrete footpath forcing people onto the grass or into the street. Please advice the relevant maintenance crew to assist in trimming it back. It is a safety issue on a busy street, especially people walking dogs- one party is forced off the pavement into the street
  • Water flowing from a water hose in the middle of the road1 update
    Hi, there is a lot of water flowing down the road on Otitori Road since 3 or 4 days now (around number 84 uphill). The water is coming out a water hose in the ground in the middle of the road. I don't think that's normal. Thanks, JP
  • Too bright1 update
    Hi, the street light at the corner of Towai Street and Sayegh Street shines in to our bedroom at night. We are on the corner of these two streets. Is there any way to put a partial cover or something on it. We are at number 16 Towai St. Ta.
  • Uneven road surface1 update
    The road surface on great south road /butterworth ave intersection is uneven. The road has been plagued with lots of heavy and sometimes overweight trucks and as they hit the uneven parts of the road it sends shock waves through the ground and has been damaging nearby homes. This issue has been highlighted in the past and was fixed temporarily but the problem is now worse. The weight of trucks passing and the way the road is acting leads me to believe that the roads roots have not been created strong enough. The trucks also speed and this also does not help.
  • LARGE POTHOLES 1 update
    LARGE POTHOLES WHERE DRIVEWAY MEETS ROAD - NEEDS URGENT ATTENTION AS DAMAGING VEHICLES & COULD CAUSE ACCIDENT
  • Street light off1 update
    Just found out the street light at rosebank road in papatoetoe located between house no.29 and 31 is off. Would you please kindly fix it. Thank you.
  • Concerning potholes in J Tolhopf & Ahuroa Roads1 update
    There are quite a few deep potholes at beginning of J Tolhopf Road & Ahuroa Road, heading towards Puhoi - very concerning. With schools re-opening on Monday 21 July it would be appreciated if this matter could be corrected as soon as possible. Thanks for your attention to this.
  • Street light out2 update
    Street light has not been working for sometime, located by rear gate of Kelvin Rd school, extremely dark down this end!!
  • No street lighting2 update
    None of the street lights on both sides of the street between Church St and 26 Quadrant Rd have been working for a period of 10 days. As a female walking home this is particularly dangerous and I would appreciate you looking into this with a matter of urgency.
  • Street Lights out2 update
    street lights near 22 stonex road papatoetoe is out.
  • Street lights are out2 update
    Lower part of Woodford ave and entire Penders Place has no street lights for a week now. It is dangerous and feels unsafe.
  • Street lights out4 update
    All street lights have been out on Richard St for the last few nights at least.
  • Street lighting1 update
    No street lights working at all now between 30 Ladies Mile and Laurance St, Whangaparoa
  • Dangerous Footpath 1 update
    The footpath outside 29 Nixon St is severely damaged, two of our neighbours have slipped recently and children from Newton School use the broken path for throwing in to the nearby bush. This has basically become an issue once our neighbours slipped and hurt themselves.
  • flooding path after rainfall1 update
    the path floods and water does not drain after rainfall creating a hazard
  • Street lamp not working2 update
    Can you please fix the street light? Seems to 'blow' frequently and leaves large parts of road and foot path in the dark
  • Street light dim and dirty1 update
    Can you please check and clean this street light? It is supposed to light the intersection McEntee Road / Northfield road and barely reaches the opposite foot path. The glass around the bulb is filled with dirt and maybe the light bulb strength needs to be upped
  • Contractors have not completed concrete on footpath - open scree1 update
    the footpath between 95 old mill road and 93 old mill road has been cut up to install something by contractors at many houses on this street. All have been concreted except one I think they have forgotten. Large gravel is now spilling all over the footpath and makes it hard to walk over.
  • great move Auckland city council 2 update
    putting in a better footpath between Football Road & George Street, it is a bit rough at the moment, but it is a better path than walking up the bank (seen in the photo). I prefer this walk route, if you walk the council planed route, car stop for you on George street and want you to walk in front them (it could be so they can run over you if they are having a bad day) I prefer to walk round to the right side of the arrow seen in the photo THEN THE MORON MOTORIST (MM) RUN YOU DOWN ON THE FOOTPATH OUTSIDE PETROL STATIONS .... IDIOTS!! if it had of been done that way from go, it could of saved money.
  • Street Light out2 update
    Street light on corner of Sackville Street and Richmond Road is not working.
  • Street Light Not Working outside 12 Armagh Rd B'House Bay1 update
    Street Light Not Working outside 12 Armagh Rd B'House Bay. Not working for several weeks now.
  • Old Lake Rd, Narrow Neck is pitch dark, All street lights not working1 update
    All street lights in Old Lake Rd are off, dark, not working since the evening of 19 May 2013.
  • Not working1 update
    The street light at the bottom of Jackson Place has not been working for some months. I am amazed that no one closer to it has reported it.
  • Street light flickering1 update
    The street light between 22 and 24 Nuneaton Drive, Flat Bush flickers on and off throughout the night. Has been like this for several months. Several cars parked on the road have had their windows smashed by vandals, and the low light may contribute to this. Could this please be fixed as soon as possible?
  • Sign at silly height1 update
    A new sign has been installed on the berm. It's a road safety sign encouraging drivers to slow down. It was installed late last year and it's right across a berm so that walkers and riders now need to step off the berm onto the 80kph road to go around it. It would be safer for us to stay on the berm, can you put these sorts of signs up a bit higher? Cars are not the only road users. Also someon'es had their car parked on the same berm with a for sale sign on it for over a month, this is also blocking the safest place for horse riders and walkers.
  • Reflector post has been knocked over1 update
    The relfector post has been knocked over, it's just behind our post and rail fence now, could someone please come along and bash it back in? We're on a knarly corner.
  • Potholes on SH16/Restall corner1 update
    Hi, There are some potholes on the corner of Restall & SH16, it would be good if these could be fixed, a lot of horse floats & trucks as well as forestry trucks make this turn and the road is deteriorating.
  • Flickering on and off light1 update
    Every night after 9pm, the street light outside number 74 Bassett Road goes on and off every 40-100seconds. It is very annoying when trying to sleep.
  • Footpath safety ~ Auckland Transport ask me “what is your problem?”1 update
    Is it just too hard to remove the “tactile paving” I have nick named “footpath cancer” outside two Newmarket temporary train stations that have gone since January 2010, while I have only lost shoe traction while walking on these while it has been raining, I have heard of two other stories that lost more than that. Are we waiting for someone to be hospitalized before something is done? To show my commitment to promoting footpath safety if you post me authorization I will remove them myself, I have no intentions of removing them if I am going damage the surrounding footpath. This is the third time I have brought this to the attention at this web site. By the way the history of me walking to work started when I was working at Pakuranga I got sick of just missing one bus then have to wait about 30 minutes, then three more buses would come within a few minutes of each other, that either one bus could be used to take me to Pakuranga shopping centre (it is just too hard to space them out every ten minutes). So I decided I may as walk instead of waiting, I walked from Newmarket to Pakuranga and back each work day the only problem I had was cars parked over the footpath and motorist trying to run me over as I walked past driveways. Now I don't care about buses at all, Auckland buses have lost out on thousands of dollars through lost bus fares because of this. Every two years I have to do “safe working practices” (& first aid) I get the same old story's “who gives a toss? and procrastination is the game” like the joker who thought it was neat to walk around with a safety harness trailing behind him on the floor. (you go up a ladder and clip the harness to the roof so you don't fall down off the ladder) on his last day, the last thing he did was walk into a lift. At work I used to leave safety glass on the work table of a drill press, so the next person could put them on before using the drill to save their eyes in case a accident happens, somebody who has never done a “safe working course” comes along and sticks them away in a box, I am sick of been surrounded by people who don't care about safety. ONE LAST POINT NEVER RING ME AT WORK AGAIN AND INTERRUPT ME FROM WORKING, UNTIL YOU HAVE DONE SOMETHING, JUST READ THIS, AND MAKE IT SAFE FOR OUR PEDESTRIANS BECAUSE THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO HAVE GOT SICK OF BUSES. EMAIL REPLY IS BEST! As you can see from the photo it takes up most of the footpath. From Eric
  • Another rock removed from the"$million $dollar" bridge1 update
    A update on Grafton bridge. lets start from the basics, I am getting sick of posting here, some of my posting never make it the final stage and then it is just like wasting time in fact I am trying to distract myself from this web site. Yesterday morning I removed "another" rock from near the centre of the bridge, it is the size maybe slightly bigger than a coconut scone you can buy from the local lunch bar opposite the old nurses home, (and next to the fish shop) why this rock should appear on the bridge has got me beat, maybe it was put their by a half brain so some dork could throw it over the side and put someone in the mortuary - the stone was dumped the the park on the other side of symonds Street, last night I noticed there was a window broken on the harbour side of the bridge, about a week ago two bridge lights were out - there is about 12 lights on the harbour side of the bridge number 3 and 6 light was not working from the hospital end of the bridge, one would think with all the $revenue collected from motorist since they banned private motorist during restricted hours, that someone would be able to afford no only maintenance but also a cleaner. By the way remember the posting I made the other week about the "no entry" sign motorist might see as " entry" and I pointed out that motorist do not stop at stop sign, well yesterday at about 12:30pm some motorist smashed into the building corner of Crummer road & Mackelvie street they did not even take their "bumper" away. Not only that, yesterday morning at work I wondered why my shoes was making a squeaking noise as I walked, I find a noticeable size piece of glass (collected off Auckland streets) embedded into the sole of my shoe, it would of cut my fingers if did not use pliers to remove it. after the removal of the glass, no more squeaking noise.
  • Get time off work with silver "footpath cancer"1 update
    Just head off to Corner Karangahape Road & West Tce (just make sure it is raining, I have noticed Auckland Shoe sales shops dont give a toss about "slip factor" on their shoes for sale), As I am not sure what silver footpath cancer is too the blind (its got me beat), if you are a older supernatant you might not have to consider euthanasia. From Eric
  • no response 1 update
    still no response to free removal on footpath cancer
  • More footpath cancer to be removed!1 update
    There are two lots of it at Boston Road about opposite Auburn Street, directing the blind to a fence as you can see in the photo, personally I think it is placed there so pedestrians can slip on it in the wet when their shoes do not have the correct slip factor.
  • STILL FOOTPATH CANCER ON BOSTON ROAD1 update
    left from the temporary train station, if it was not for wasted sign on grafton briodge i would walking that way
  • How odd place: Broken P5 sign were people can sit on log1 update
    Now if the joker who goes to fix the sign is observant and "LOOKS" around and knows the road code, he/she could pass some good jobs onto the parking warden, and before you know were you are, the parking fines should be able to pay for fixing the sign & bring in some money to pay his wages for a few days.
  • Please remove footpath cancer at Boston road, I had to walk to avoid worthless "works end" sign on Grafton bridge2 update
    this is the second time these wasted footpath signs have been unnecessary placed for motorist who have no right to turn right. The footpath cancer was placed for the Boston Road railway station that has since been removed, this footpath cancer is bloody slippery when you have wet shoes.
  • Moss and growth still on footpath, now with sediment from the waterblasting.1 update
    job was previously reported. then promptly waterblasted in front of number 18, but there is a clear strip of moss from number 20 onwards. growth also not cleared. and now there is sediment from the waterblasting covering the footpath and a manhole. trees also not cleared. all of this is next to an electricity substation. please do the job properly this time.
  • Moss and growth still on footpath, now with sediment from the waterblasting.1 update
    job was previously reported. then promptly waterblasted in front of number 18, but there is a clear strip of moss from number 20 onwards. growth also not cleared. and now there is sediment from the waterblasting covering the footpath and a manhole. trees also not cleared. all of this is next to an electricity substation. please do the job properly this time.
  • Broken Street Light 1 update
    There is a broken street light opposite 55 Tiriwa drive, Massey. It is making the road very dark and making it a driving hazard at night.
  • street light out2 update
    The street light at the bottom of the street has been out for months. Please please fix it.
  • Street light turns on and off at night1 update
    For the past year the street light outside this address and one a little bit back on the other side of the road has been turning itself on an off at night (every 4-5 mins or so)
  • bus stop button not working1 update
    bus stop 6971 hill road opposite gardans
  • Missing bollard allows traffic into pedestrianised section2 update
    One of the bollards at the east end of the traffic-free section of The Esplanade has been removed somehow. The resulting gap is wide enough for a car to get through and judging by tyre tracks, this is being taken advantage of. Attached photo taken Friday March 23rd, 2012.
  • 2 X street lights need replacing1 update
    The 2 street lights at the end of Philadelphia Pl are broken and need replacing. At this time the whole end of the street is dark and very inviting for dodgy behavior.
  • Street light not Working1 update
    Street light outside 17 T0tara Rd has been out about 2 weeks after power outage
  • khyber pass road footpath congested with works end signs 1 update
    not to sure were works started, if it is from grafton road motorists should seen "works end" crossings park road & grafton bridge intersection. this unreal tuesday get sign on bridge wednesday get footpath cancer, today get heaps of signs top of khyber pass
  • Footpath cancer still there...1 update
    Footpath cancer still there after temporary train station had gone. I can not believe so much of this has been laid out on just about every corner of the city when it is so slippery when it gets wet. It has the potential to cause minor injury. Fortunately I have only lost shoe traction on this "cancer" while walking in some other part of the city, now I walk around it or step over it. while I was putting a web page together I got two reports of people who sounds like they lost a lot more than shoe traction (maybe a bit of blood as well). Did New Zealand get the supper slippery version? So far I have seen it in the background of news items on TV from Australia and United Kingdom. I am not trying begrudge the blind, I just can not believe some twit has only half engineered this "cancer" and not designed a bit of friction into it when it gets wet. From Eric
  • Street light out1 update
    Street light located between 41 & 51 Heard Road, Papakura is not functioning.
  • cover for drain missing1 update
    on footpath part of day street
  • another shirt ripper32 update
    Opposite Newmarket swimming pool and towards Parnell maybe 50 meters, another redundant bracket to hold a container for smoker to put their butts into, but looks like they do not know how do. {edited by admin}
  • Everyone's fuses burnt off at Newmarket Train Station?1 update
    This could be a real who done it mystery, this is the ultimate "Hawaiian good luck sign" to the public, every time it rains the "Slippery when wet" signs comes out. Just lately I have noticed while walking on the long ramp between Joseph Bank terrace and the Remuera road entry path to the train station, there is what looks like ½ a "Slippery when wet" sign. this is just below where pedestrians do a 'U' turn on the ramp. In fact you can see the sign from where you would stand at the top of the escalator. It appears to me the engineers who designed Newmarket do not give a toss about safety. [ONE] When it rains the pedestrian walk ways gets wet. [TWO] the footpaths leading up to the train station are very smooth. [THREE] The train station is riddled with footpath cancer. One has to ask how did this sign get there as I have told a couple of the staff that work at the train and all that happens is the receipt of "Thank you" I Suggest to the engineers who designed this station a couple of scenarios. [scenario one] That the staff have had a G'full of putting out the signs when it rains, lost their cool one day throw the signs on the concrete and dumped the remains in the garden. [scenario two] a pedestrian tripped over the sign on their rush to catch a train after they missed the train released their pressure out on the defenceless sign then dumped the remains in the garden. I could be wrong, all the same it would of been a good show to watch, it would of made my day and he/she would of been me ever lasting hero. Why can't there be a entry point from the long ramp to the top of the escalator, is this just too simple to design? So one has to ask when one is about to miss the last train at about 6pm to Pukekohe is anyone in their right mind going to slow down on a wet slippery footpath? at least you get a trip to the hospital instead of a long road walk from Papakura to Pukekohe and face the much more dangerous lethal motorist.
  • Blocked footpath, Kills grass 1 update
    spreads mud around via pedestrian shoes, parked outside number 2 since Monday morning maybe before. (see track made from photo)
  • Saint Kevins Arcade on Karangahape road1 update
    Not sure if this complaint is going to the right people, but with all the footpath cancer getting laid out around greater Auckland to lure Visual Impaired Pedestrians to take a walk, this sight here looks very scarey for Visual Impaired Pedestrians walking down these stairs in Saint Kevins Arcade.
  • NO PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT DOMAIN DRIVE 'T' INTERSECTION1 update
    THERE IS NO PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT T INTERSECTION DOMAIN DRIVE & PARK ROAD, I AM SICK OF WAITING FOR MORON DRIVERS WHO STOP, I WROTE TO AUCKLAND CITY COUNCIL BEFORE IT WENT TO SUPER CITY,I AM SICK OF WAITING IN THE RAIN LIKE YESTERDAY MORNING.can someone turn into pedestrian crossing or put up signs
  • puddles, cracks and tree roots1 update
    puddles, cracks and tree roots on the seaward side
  • Who gives a hoot about Pedestrians?1 update
    As I walk around the city I often think who gives a hoot about the pedestrians, and on rubbish days you soon get the feeling there are morons (or should that be zombies) in Auckland city, when there is a holiday in the week, the rubbish/recycle bin is always out the same day of the week no matter what, blocking the footpaths for pedestrians a extra day when this practice does not need to happen, I might add a able pedestrian like me ~ no problem with the challenge solving, but a Visual Impaired Pedestrian or someone in wheel chair, what a major “flip” off. Take our upcoming Easter/Anzac day holiday break next month for example, It does not help one become a “self induced moron buster” If one looks at the Area 1 http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/council/services/rubbish/pdf/recyclingcalendarEAST.pdf “Recycling collection calender 2010/2011” Good Friday 22nd April is highlighted when it is clearly not a collection day while Saturday 23rd should be highlight as that will be the temporary collection day. Then we have a look at Area 2 http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/council/services/rubbish/pdf/recyclingcalendarWEST.pdf Easter Monday/Anzac day April 25th is highlighted, and then Saturday 30th should be highlighted, maybe a little arrow “→” included on each of those days might help from Tuesday 26th to Friday 29th to remind bin movers that the normal bin collection day has been moved a day later due to the holiday in that week. Personally I blown away by the number of years this practice has been going on, I thought one might know now. From Eric
  • Green pedestrian indicator failed 1 update
    Green pedestrian indicator failed as you cross from the shopping centre to the Long Park retirement village part of the intersection. THIS PEDESTRIAN CROSSING HAS SIX LOTS OF FOOTPATH CANCER, SO THE ELDERLY FROM THE VILLAGE CAN GET THEIR DEATH SENTENCE IF THEY SLIP ON THEM WHILE THEY ARE WET AND THEIR SHOES FAIL THE "SLIP FACTOR"
  • Street light opposite 15 Montana Ave1 update
    Light works intermittently - will work to begin with then turns off and on throughout the night.
  • complete (Mt Eden) side of bridge lights out (about half a dozen) 2 update
    It would terrible if someone tripped on the kerb in the dark and cut their hands on the glass on the footpath, I did not notice they were out until I got half way across the bridge at about 6:30pm tonight. The glass in the photo was there on the 14th February, ..... (sorry must finish early, I was not going make a book from my posting)
  • footpath Cancer STILL THERE1 update
    STILL THERE WAITING FOR PEDESTRIANS WITH WET SHOES IN THE WET WEATHER TO SLIP ON IT THAT HAVE SHOES WITH POOR SLIP FACTOR!!!!!!! or is someone leaving it there because they are brain dead
  • So Who Took This footpath ****** Away Then? the Davis cresent saga1 update
    On Friday at about 12:15 I fell two a very deep sleep at work, I had a fery fery bad dream, I was dreaming I was talking to someone from Auckland ******* about a posting made at this web site, I kept giving her my email address, She said "no that is not your Email address it is your Internet Service Provider ISP.", I thinking I wish I could find a new job somewhere else where I am not surrounded by wogga wogga's I spend 8 hours a day with, it would give everybody else I meet outside of work a whole Eric to interface with and the spin offs at this web site would go from strength to strength, 30 years in the work force I have never gone having daymares at work, part of my email address is part of my web site, Last time I saw this yellow ****** what was used for the temporary western line entry to go to Britomart train station & the exit for passengers from the western track Auckland line was Tuesday morning 24th May, then next time I walked over the railtrack bridge was Wednesday late afternoon 25th and it was gone, all of it as you can see in the photo. Now I will use my magic email address that is not my ISP to acknowledge I am the dude that made this posting at this web site............. By the way On the Night of Thursday 19th of May, I attended at 6pm a meeting for the Newmarket Residents organized by Rob Thomas, and spoke to him, Who I think is more normal than what I am, somebody at the meeting asked "Could someone either (1) open up Kingdom Street again to motoring traffic (thats at the other end of what used to be the temporary Newmarket train station western line) or (2) put the train station back (in which case would make the closure of Kingdom street understandable) (reply) it would cost millions of dollars to put back the kingdom street train station (then it would just a couple of minutes walk from the other two stations nearby), so then the will idea will never go back to the builders, So this why I think these bright slippery when wet and using wet shoes to treat provides great contact displacement which could and as I have been told influence one to suffer a hurting bodily injury, I in turn understand this. since no more train station between Kingdom street & Davis Crescent I think why not no more yellow plastic slippers.
  • Cracked road surface1 update
    This cracked road surface is getting worse, and causing problems for people turning at the end of the cul-de-sac. The traffic can be quite busy at the start and end of the school day because people drop off and pick up their kids here.
  • as a result of recent work undertaken1 update
    Orpheus Drive has had a number of holes opened and then filled during the course of design work ready for "the beach" Some of these have sunk in the rain one in particular about 100m from the boat ramp at the western end
  • Pedestrian Crossing Lights Don't Work1 update
    The pedestrian crossing lights going parallel with West Coast Road aren't working. This has been an issue for about a week.
  • Light phase change at K'rd / Symonds Street intersection2 update
    After wondering why the traffic is suddenly horrendous on K'rd in the evening, I have now noticed a sign on the traffic lights saying 'light phasing changed' - has this been in the last few days/week?? I work on K'rd and have driven to the motorway via this road for the past year with no issues what so ever. The last 2 days have been an absolute nightmare!! It has taken 25mins minimum to get from the K'rd bridge to the M'way onramp, traffic is backed up and at a virtual standstill. I'm wondering/presuming the light change coincides with this?? If it is, im sure the bus drivers are also feeling a bit peeved as they are also caught up in this mahem! If the light phasing has just been changed then I hope there are camera's or something operating to show the effects it has had. Traffic flowed quite freely by all accounts prior to this!
  • Broken light on pedestrian crossing & poor signage1 update
    The light on the Warehouse side of the street at this pedestrian crossing has been broken for at least a couple of weeks. The signage for this crossing is also poor and I think it has become more dangerous since the pedestrian island in the middle of the road was removed for some reason recently.
  • Pothole on exit of roundabout1 update
    A pothole has been developing for the past few weeks on the southeastern exit of the Apollo Drive/Anteres Place roundabout.

New issues

  • Pot holes galore 50 plus
    Please fix my gravel road asap by filling these potholes with packed gravel. have been reported twice not fixed yet. lots of water trapped below causing constant potholes appearing. please fix drainage/ culverts and a few ruts/ cave ins from floods
  • Unsafe footpath
    There is a leak we have contacted both the council and watercare over the past few years both have passed the buck by saying its the sewer pipe when it isn't. They have claimed that it is just water running off from our section which is highly impossible considering it was the middle of summer when this claim was made (last year). Its slippery and unsafe for anyone to walk on they have two choices which is either the road orthe grass area which gets extremely boggy.
  • Dark section in Tiri Tiri Rd
    I think, by design, there is a missing light in this section of Tiri Tiri Rd, around number 4-6. There is a very dark patch (to the point where you can'tm see where you are walking at night) The area can be seen as the dark area on the photo attached.
  • No Pedestrian crossing at allens road
    There is no pedestrian crossing at Allens road. If you are walking from Kerwyn Ave towards Allens road the footpath ends half way, and then it is impossible to get across Allens road as there is no crossing at all.
  • Serious danger - lack of visibility 1 update
    Dear council We are very concerned about parked cars between Castor Bay rd and Richards avenue on east coast rd (LHS when heading towards Milford). When we try to turn out of our driveway onto east coast rd during peak times, it is literally impossible to see cars coming down the hill because of the parked cars blocking vision. Please for everyone's safety - make this a no parking zone during peak hours at the very least. Thanks so much for considering this issue.
  • Large pothole in road.
    There is a large pothole near the centre of Waitakere Road. The location is just past Hunter Road and between Hunter and Bethells Roads.Diameter of hole is 300 to 400 mm and poses a real danger to motorcycles and cars alike. There are more potholes further towards Bethells Road as well.
  • Street lights out - Great South Rd
    Hi, The street lights between Vestey Dr and Mt Richmond Dr are out again this week. This was recently fixed, refer CAS-412803-G1J5W2. This morning as a cyclist I had to dodge dark green wheelie bins strewn in the road that are difficult to see in the dark. This is a safety issue being a busy road. Thank you.
  • Deep pothole on Hopetoun St
    There is a deep and potentially car-damaging pothole in the left turn lane at the Ponsonby Rd end of Hopetoun St.
  • Speedbumps
    Could we please get some speed bumps put on Kenneth Ave? Its really not safe with a Kindy and an entrance to Gribblehurst park on the street. A lot of people speed through the street to avoid the main roads. Also, there has already been a car going so fast it flipped and crashed, a dog run over and boy racers going at least 80k on the straight.
  • Wrong light sequencing
    Turning left from East Tamaki Road into East Tamaki Road, or turning Right in the reverse direction has a very low Green Light time while straight through to Harris Road has excessive time. Cars, including me, go throught red lights all the time as cars are backed up waiting and there is NO through traffic. On the green light often only three cars get through. This is at peak times - not sure what it is like other times. The camera should confirm this. The left turn lane could easily be made a give way sign and this would resolve the problem for left hand turns but the issue is really too much time to Harris road when there is no traffic. Many thanks.
  • intersection Booralee Ave and Kurnell Drive
    Cars are being parked in Kurnell drive right on the corner of the intersection with Booralee Ave. This obstructs the vision of drivers turning out of Booralee Ave causing a dangerous situation and near misses. The hill in Kurnell is making approaching traffic quite fast. Solution would be to put broken yellow lines around the corner of the intersection for a couple of car lengths to provide drivers with a clear view of approaching traffic.
  • cnr Harris & Neales Rd needs traffic lights and pedestrian crossing
    1) An additional pedestrian crossing is required across Harris Rd, somewhere between Smales and Ti Rakau. This 2km stretch of 4-lane highway has nowhere to safely cross the road. 2) Traffic regularly backs up on Neales Rd trying to turn onto Harris rd. It is overflow from the heavily congested Smales/Harris intersection. 3) A decent controlled intersection here would help both these problems. ie. ease congestion at Smales/Harris, and provide a safe pedestrian crossing across Harris Rd. ** An alternative location for additional traffic lights/ped crossing would be cnr Crooks/Harris Rd.
  • THE POTENTIAL KILLER pedestrian crossing faulty
    As I was walking from Newmarket direction towards greenlane on the left side of the street I came to the electronic controlled pedestrian crossing, I pressed the button once & only once as that is all that is needed (unless you have a sick mind) the traffic on Maunakau road was crossing the intersection, a few seconds latter they came to a stop, then it was the turn for the traffic on Ranfurly road had there turn (well most of them did not turn they went straight ahead), Then Manukau road got the green lights next. I thought WHAT IS THIS! so I crossed the best I could and as you can see I did not get killed crossing the road because I never got the opportunity to cross the road in safety. THANKS THE LOT FOR NOTHING.
  • Zebra crossings of some sort at St Marks for school children
    Epsom Girls Grammar students appear in huge numbers on St Mark's Road - coming from Remuera side. There is no connecting links for the pavements/footpaths on St Marks and Mahuru Street. With new apartments being built around this area (St Marks Apartment) and many more coming, it might be a good idea to build some form of decent connecting footpaths for children in this area to the Epsom Girls Grammar school. Safer footpaths will suit the children.
  • Problematic on ramp on Gillies Ave
    This road (Gillies Ave) has an on ramp which is causing dangerous traffic behaviour, especially taxis, couriers and contractors that appear to know how to exploit the road system here. They normally speed through Alpers Ave on the right (dangerous because people live in this road as well) and after the traffic light on Alpers Ave turns green, the cut in to the left to go on the on ramp. Two things, (1) dangerous aggressive behaviour to squeeze into the very long line, and (2) slowing down traffic for people wanting to go to Newmarket via Gillies Ave. Is there a way to manage this i.e. cones, speed bumps, warnings signs...
  • Broken yellow lines
    At the beginning of this term broken yellow lines appeared outside no.4 amber place Waimauku... which means even more car parking has been taken away from Waimauku school... Have these definitely been put in place by the council? As they seem to have been hand painted and a different yellow to the other broken yellow lines...
  • Dangerous corner- Sylvan Ave Northcote
    This corner identified in the map has extremely limited vision and has been the subject of a number of crashes and near misses in recent times including a crash last week, not to mention an innumerable loss of wing mirrors. For Traffic coming from the city there are a number of "s bends" culminating in a left hand bend with no visibility of oncoming traffic. This is exacerbated when driving north with cars parked on both sides of the road reducing the lane available. The position is further compromised by buses, and a bus stop outside no 18 Sylvan Ave At speed, or with a bus stopping, residents exiting or turning into their driveways, there is no where to go to avoid a crash. The road is also used as a feeder onto the motorway in the morning, leading to city bound traffic queuing and further reducing the available road. Visibility while exiting properties adjacent to the corner in Sylvan Ave at best compromises those properties, and is considered extremely dangerous. I would ask that this be reviewed to explore what options might be appropriate to mitigate what is considered to be a high risk situation. There are other issues which need to be considered and I would suggest that an inspection be carried out on site, with interested parties.
  • Roading
    Several deep potholes just at our driveway 1549 Great South Rd Ramarama. As the road is 100 kms moving to the shoulder to allow rraffic pass as you enter the drive is dangerous.
  • Slips across road
    Tiro Wainui Road hasn't been made properly. With any kind of rain (and especially from last week) all the properties have caved back and fallen on the road. Resulting in a large mess, big grooves cut into the road, and the neighbouring properties losing some of their property all because the road wasn't made and secured properly from the beginning. Someone needs to come out and repair this before it gets worse.
  • Debris left on Road1 update
    There are two issues with this intersection. The fencing contractors working in the paddock at the edges of both of these roads have left heavy mud patches on the road. After the recent storms, loose gravel has been dragged/blown into the corner.
  • Heavy flooding caused by blocked culverts
    Please can the council waterway between numbers 33 & 35 Hill Road be cleared. Significant debris on open water fall just through road culvert. There is land slippage further down the sections caused by the recent rains. Also culverts on opposite side of the road blocked causing major run off over the road and onto number 33 causing flooding in the house
  • Drain blocked - water flooding road
    The drain is blocked again that runs either side and underneath the driveway at no. 45. This results in flooding across the road between numbers 45 and 47, leaving debris and washed out gravel Please can this be properly pumped out right through the culvert.
  • Bus Shelter Request
    Bus Stop 3953 - 163 Onewa Road, needs a bus shelter. It is the only bus stop on Onewa Road without one and it is a busy stop.
  • Dangerous Gap / Hole in footpath outside 6 Park Avenue
    since there has been work on the powerpole outside our property, a huge gap between the street footpath and our footpath has occurred making it a series Health and Safety Hazard. Please have someone assess this ASAP. Thanks.
  • Request for New Street Light
    Hi, I would like to humbly request for a street light to be placed on pole between 38 Roberts Road and 40 Roberts Road. There are about 5-7 cars of residents parked offstreet which at night due to no street lights is dangerous as people dont see the cars infront of the other until they get real close as this is also the part just before the hill. This area is practically pitch dark at night, the street lights on the pole which before and after it are not sufficient enough to provide illumination at all to this area. Also poses a security risk as well for residents walking at night since someone can be hiding in the bushes in either of the property boundary edges without being seen by anyone which has happened before. I hope someone is able to take this seriously and consider putting in a new street light for safety of motorist's, resident's cars, and pedestrian's walking at night. Thanks
  • street lights on continuously
    hi,street lights at the corner of Manse/Argle and others nearby intersections are on continously. I originally reported this issue in January but can not find it on this site now. However lights are still on day and night. Is this a safety initiative ?
  • Painted lines on the road
    On Glenmore Road at the width of The Boulevard, there used to be lines across the lanes going up Glenmore Road to Pakuranga Highway. These lines reminded people at rush hour to leave some space for those coming out of The Boulevard to merge into the traffic when it was safe to do so. There are quite a number of people who go through that intersection (when safe to do so) and go up the left hand side to turn left into Pakuranga Highway - so don't take up space in the queue waiting to go up Glenmore Road to turn right onto Pakuranga Highway. Since the lines weren't re-painted after resealing at the end of last year (2016), there is no longer a reminder to leave a space for those needing to get onto Glenmore Road from The Boulevard. This may also apply to Fordyce Ave. I also feel there should be no parking at all at that intersection on Glenmore Road/The Boulevard as it disrupts the flow of traffic when someone is turning right into The Boulevard - car's aren't able to overtake on the left hand side. Thank you for your help.
  • uneven footpath causing injury
    I witnessed a person fall heavily because of uneven footpath pavers last week (Friday, 3/3/17), outside the Pukekohe Intermediate School field. She injured her hand with grazes and was fortunate to be wearing a wrist brace, or I suspect she would have fractured it. She was in shock and needed assistance to continue on her way to work.
  • fix my road
    This is main driveaway for 13 family living inside, have a lots of elder and small children walking everyday. Can you come have look and fix it please.
  • fix my road
    This is main driveaway for 13 family living inside, have a lots of elder and small children walking everyday. Can you come have look and fix it please.
  • fix my road
    This is main driveaway for 13 family living inside, have a lots of elder and small children walking everyday. Can you come have look and fix it please.
  • fix my road
    This is main driveaway for 13 family living inside, have a lots of elder and small children walking everyday. Can you come have look and fix it please.
  • Fix my road
    This is main driveaway for 13 family living inside, and have alot of elder and small children walking everyday. On the face of road have a lots of potholes, sand, rocks. So it is very unsafe, dirty. Can you come have look and fix please.

Older issues

  • 2nd report Red Pedestrian on pole 5 intermittent at Bassett & Remuera road
    as I said this is the second time I reported this "minor" problem, that is minor if you don't mind getting run over. This morning I pressed the button on pole 8 "ONCE" (WARNING -- WARNING -- DORK ALERT!!) YOU ONLY NEED TO PRESS PEDSTRAIN BUTTONS ONCE)and everything worked GOOD Anyway when I got to the other side and having seen the intermittent fault, I decided to test it again, this time the fault showed up, as soon as I pressed the pedestrian button on pole 5 the red pedestrian lite for a brief second then went off, I looked across at pole 8 and the red pedestrian was still lite, while it was still off at pole 5 (so I got the fault to repeat, a few seconds later the buzzer sounded for pedestrians to walk across.
  • Drain sticks out too far into road, danger for cyclists
    The drain on the inside corner of cryers sticks out well into the road, and this corner causes squeezing of traffic. Also a right turn nay on this corner makes it worse. Wondering if this drain could be reconfigured to not stick into the road so far?
  • Speed of Traffic and Boy-Racers
    I believe I speak on behalf of many residents of Hall Ave, who are of mixed ethnicities, age and marital status. Our street was originally a closed street and has been reopened up again (connecting with Donnell Ave). There has been more houses built (approx. 50) on the street and more people using the street as shortcut from Walmsley road to Robertson road (and vice-versa). This has lead to an influx of traffic coming through. We also have a few schools nearby where children use our street to walk to and from school. With our street being approx. 800m on a straight and quite a wide road combine with the influx of traffic coming through. Motorists are using the street like a highway. There has been many cars using excessive speeds (50+km/h). It has been getting increasingly worse by the day. Our street has also become ideal to boy-racers, revving their vehicles and doing burn-outs (donuts) at night. I fear for the safety of the children and residents of Hall Avenue. I fear for the safety of my own family as we’ve already had a person who was doing burn-outs in front of our house and then crashing through our front fence as my child was about to walk to school. Hearing cars revving their vehicles outside our house only brings back that horrific memory. To prevent any unforeseen accidents and for the safety of the children, residents and motorists themselves. I would like to request a traffic review in the hopes of installing traffic calming measures, such as speed humps and chicanes and making our street safe once again. Yours sincerely A resident on Hall Ave of 25 years
  • Speed Humps or Speed Reducing Measures Needed
    Many cars come in off the Mount Albert Road at speeds well exceeding 50 km/h, sometimes faster than 80 km/h. I am worried for the residents of our street and the many children that walk along our street to and from school. I strongly believe speed humps or other forms of reducing speed are needed to protect us all.
  • Request for speed humps
    Ramsey Street is located between Wiley Road and Chestnut Road (entrance to Papatoetoe South School and Murdoch Park Kindergarten) Ramsey Street is often busy with children and their caregivers walking to and from school as well our our Ramsey Street local children who ride their bikes and scooters on the pavement Every single day Ramsey Street residents are having to tolerate irresponsible and inconsiderate speedsters racing down Ramsey Street well over the 50km for the street and usually ranging anywhere between 50 - 80km placing significant risk for the streets pedestrians and Ramsey Street residents utilising the road for parking
  • Speed hump request
    Requesting speed hump installations at several locations along Cardiff Road, Pakuranga, Auckland. Road are used on daily basis by school students and the local residents. Road is being used as a race track and due to increasing amount of cars being parked on street, the long sweeping arc in Cardiff road has become a dangerous area with near missis happening on a daily basis. There has been a couple of accidents on the rest of the road especially when raining and people loosing control of their vehicles.
  • Traffic lights for Porchester Road are Short phasing during Morning/Evening Peak causing massive congestion
    Traffic lights at the intersection of Porchester Road and Kuaka Drive - Lights for Porchester Road are Short phasing during Morning Peak time Between 7.30-9.00 am and evening 4.30 - 6.00 pm causing huge congestion and delays. Porchester Road is the main road for the whole area but currently Kuaka Drive gets priority for green light.
  • Wootton Road needs safer crossing, & strange story
    Now here is something very strange, Wotton Road does not have a pedestrian crossing just near Remuera side of Newmarket, Yet Garden Road just next to Remuera shopping centre had a pedestrian crossing both roads are entry/exit to a "No Exit". Yet often I cross both roads within 1/2 a hour of both, I just about always get motor traffic at Wotton road, yet get a lot less traffic at Garden Road. There also seems be slightly more pedestrians at Wotton Road
  • No pedestrain room on the
    As you can see from photo No pedestrian room on the driveway that goes nowhere.
  • aCROSS the road from the driveway that goes nowhere & this driver is more consider
    Now as you can see from the photo, this car parks just as much as the other do on the driveway that goes nowhere, BUT AT LEAST PEDSESTRAINS CAN WALK ON THE FOOTPATH & NOT FORCED TO WALK ON THE ROAD
  • How to get free parking space outside your house
    Now as you can see by the photo this is a "Driveway that goes nowhere" When the road was done up the driveway was put in. MY ONLY OJECTION IS TWO CARS PARK IN IT MAKING PEDDESTRAIANS ARE FORCE TO WALK OUT ON THE ROAD, oneday I saw a old man on crutches been forced to walk out on the road
  • Can't see bus stop
    Sorry map pin not working for me. At 108 Hepburn road the bus stop is on a power pole behind trees. The bus driver can't see it and misses it if unfamiliar with the route. My kids both bus home now from school and I am asking for a separate pole with a bus stop sign to be placed next to the footpath. It is stop number 5540. We would be very grateful for a more visible stop as my son has had to walk further at times when the bus has a different driver. Thank you
  • Street light out
    Hi. The street light on Woodberry drive directly opposite Thyme Court has been out for a couple of weeks. Thanks.
  • Street lights dead
    There is a block of street lights eastbound on Highbrook Dr that have been dead for a while. This section of such a busy 70kph road is dangerous enough with ZERO commuter cycling infrastructure or consideration at all. In the dark mornings without lighting even more so. I'd be grateful to have some lights back on :-)
  • Street lights dead
    There is a block of street lights on Gt South Rd that have been dead for quite a while between Vestey Dr and Mt Richmond Dr. This busy road is dangerous enough with ZERO commuter cycling infrastructure or consideration at all. In the dark mornings without lighting even more so. I'd be grateful to have some lights back on :-)
  • Crossing Island 124 Golf Road Titiranfgi
    Safety rail on the crossing island knocked flat two weeks ago. Many children use this crossing on a daily basis. Maybe the driver could not see the rail because the yellow paint had worn off.
  • Heavy trucks using Road
    At 5am this morning a heavy truck drove down our street as a short cut to Settlement Rd. We have a narrow speed bump that the driver sped over causing the entire house to shake and wake us up. This is not the first time this has happened. The trucks don't need to drive down Onslow Rd, they merely use it as a shortcut, which is especially ridiculous at 5 am in the morning as there is no traffic. This is causing long term damage to the homes on Onslow Rd and needs to be stopped asap.
  • Boat trailers
    Boat trailers along Beach Rd and surrounding areas are causing a traffic hazard. Owners of usually large vehicles + even wider trailers are restricting traffic flow to single lanes with drivers having to make blind decisions on corners.The new yachting club is obviously attracting many more boaties to this small beach and safe parking for trailers should be considered as a priority on week-ends especially.
  • Request for speed humps
    There is increasingly more cars and trucks speeding through this street. The straight allows these vehicles to reach high speeds. For our children and pets could we please get some speed humps installed. Im scared that the next incident wont be a near miss.
  • Footpath unbearable
    During my cycling commute home everyday this is the most dangerous stretch of road. There is no verge to pull over when cycling and cars become very aggressive trying to pass. The side walk is the safest option but it is so bumpy that it is unbearable. Please help.
  • Road crossing/driveway very steep
    Since moving into our house, the road crossing from Uxbridge Rd to our drive has always been very steep. My car has always scraped unless you get the angle perfect, but I have just got a new car (standard car, not lowered) and it scrapes every time. Some of our neighbours have a 'bridge' over the gutter to reduce the steepness. It it possible to get this done on our road crossing. Thanks very much for reading. Greg
  • traffic light phazing
    Ever since the recent roadworks on Glemore drive, the traffic lights at the corner of Glenmore drive and the Pakuranga highway have not been giving enough green light time to the traffic travelling up the Pauranga highway towards howick. As a result, there is always a big cue backed up down the pakuranga highway at rush hour, trying to get through the intersection of Glenmore drive and Pauranga highway. Once you are through this intersection the traffic runs freely. More green light time needs to be given to the Pakuaranga highway straight through traffic and less to the Glenmore drive traffic.
  • Footpath extension please
    Footpath ends suddenly on west/south side of cascades rd. Where are footpath users supposed to go next? Too busy to cross this section of road safely. Could the footpath be extended <1km down to the bridge, where it continues again?
  • Roadside car-parks causing congestion and danger
    Car-parks on both sides of this busy road are causing congestion and many near-misses as cars wait to turn into businesses and following cars can't get past. Really need to restrict parking to one side of this road only. It is too narrow and too busy to have parking both sides.
  • Damaged footpath
    Looks like truck has driven on footpath and destroyed it, Causing a significant hazard to footpath users.
  • Lethal pothole for cyclists
    On the evening of 25th January on my cycle home from work, I was cycling down Kaurilands Road and I cycled over what appears to be a new pothole caused by some new road repairs outside number 86. For a car, this pothole wouldn't cause any problems but for me as a cyclist, it nearly killed me as it nearly threw me off my bike under a car that was passing me at the time I hit the pothole. It was just luck that I managed to stay on my bike and not fall off. This pot hole is particularly dangerous it occurs after a prolonged downhill on a smooth road surface and I would estimate that I was travelling at at least 25kmh at the time this happened.
  • Yellow Lines and Vehicles Blocking Footpath
    Hi Can you please redo the yellow lines under the Pohutakawa at end of street which is a turning bay. Cars are parking all day and it makes it hard for turning. Also the house on the corner of Lauriston and Middleton on lower side has a blocked driveway access on Lauriston Ave yet 2 cars constantly park in front of this across the footpath completely blocking it for pedestrians walking on that side of the street.
  • Lights on continuously
    St lights on continuously - corner Manse and Argle also Argyle and Beach
  • DRIVEWAY GOING NOWHERE: incident 1 update
    i just saw someone having to walk off the feetpath onto the road and back on to feetpath, becauce the feetpath was blocked by two packed up against fence (see photo other day) this was a old man on cruthes. GREAT WORK WHY DONT YOU LOOK UP THE MEANING OF "SAFETY" and dont phone FIX IT,U MAKE ME SICK
  • Part 2: the driveway that goes nowhere & blocks the feetpath.
    As you can see, hard to walk on the footpath.
  • Part 1: someone missed the boat when the road was done up
    This car often parks here like this over night.
  • skin ripping 'weed' spreading over feetpath1 update
    The footpath is on manukau road, but the 'weed' is growing from number 1 golf Road, the 'weed' in question could be from the cactus family of weeds. This topic is not my speciality so I am just guessing.
  • No pedestrians path way
    This road has an80kph speed limit which is so dangerous on gravel road with no paths. It is a very busy road during summer with people flying down the road. I almost died from a car flying around the. Corner.
  • Street Light not working
    Light has been inoperative for a few days. Pole numbered 74726. Installed on North side between numbers 13 and 11 Empire Rd Epsom (near Greenwoods Corner)
  • Broken stormwater cover
    Approx 1 month ago the road and cul-de-sac we're re-sealed - Orchid place, Te Atatu south. The stormwater cover - the steel piece over the curb above the grate has been broken at this time - leaving a sharp steel point exposed and an open hole into the drain.
  • multiple street lights out on this stretch of road
    Multiple street lights out between DHL and the domestic terminal
  • traffic ignoring no entry signage and driving at high speeds over speed bumps
    I felt compelled to also report this issue. I live on Onslow Road the speeding over the speed bumps is a real issue. The speed bumps are so small drivers largely ignore them and are able to travel over them at high speeds. From the no entry end (that drivers enter through) there is absolutely no indication of speed bumps at all. It causes a lot of unnecessary traffic noise (thumps over the speed bumps and hoons driving down the road at high speeds and is also a danger risk for children at the early childhood center and schools located at on Onslow road. I totally agree that closing off the no entry end of Onslow Road and making it a no exit would resolve all these issues.
  • Loose stones on road
    Jern Place, along with Eastern Beach Road, was resurfaced over 8 months ago, and the roads have never been properly swept of the loose stones that didn't stick. This is causing a hazard to cyclists, damage to cars, mess on driveways & noise
  • Fire Hydrant Leaking Rapidly
    Fire Hydrant on footpath is leaking constantly and overflowing the gutter
  • Invisible Markings
    HI The road markings are not visible anymore & require urgent attention. Coming off the motorway turning right into Triangle road is probably the worst & an accident waiting to happen
  • Boat and car parked illegally and without rego1 update
    Boat and car parked in street with limited parking for neighbourhood. Very inconvenient for ALL residents.
  • speeding cars - speed humps
    Moyrus Crescent is a wide street and more roads are being developed further up the hill and feeding into this street. A huge number of cars are speeding on Moyrus and there are many many High school, intermediaate, primary and kindy children in the street. You can hear them speeding from far up the road. Would like to have speed humps considered for the street as the speeding is getting faster and faster and more common.
  • Pot Holes on Hellyer road2 update
    over 15 of big potholes have reappeared on Hellyer road and been an ongoing issue every month. Drivers are taking evasive action facing traffic on the wrongside of the road to avoid these potholes Hope this can be attended to urgently Thanks
  • CONE or SLIPPY city?
    Outside 241 Remuera Road, footpath very slippery with wet shoes & footpath is wet. I think a lot of people do not file a accident report when they slip over on the footpath as it makes it a lot harder to get a real good job.
  • Pothole - Newton Road
    There is a pothole forming in the area roughly in front of numbers 16-18 on Newton Road, as highlighted in the picture attached. It may be the same one shown in the picture (taken from Google Streetview), or could be a new one, can't tell the exact position driving pass. Thank you.
  • uneven road
    according to the photo, when a truck passes the red area,the house is shaking.
  • Overgrown Lavendar Bush
    This has been the case for 2 years now. Overgrown Lavender plants to point where hardly any of public footpath available.
  • Islands and with shrubbery and trees
    1. As you enter Anderson Ave from Pilkington road, left side no longer has poles around it. Therefore cars are unaware of the island that has drop in hole and cars are being damaged. 2. Parking: The set islands in place prevent car parking for about 8 cars. They are now desperately needed as a set of townhouses inside gated land are using the street to park. Most tenants do not use their garages. Car parking is a real issue now where our families who have been here 50 years plus have near no space to park. It feels like a competition at the moment with whoever gets there first gets it rather than simply being able to park in front of your home. Please help! Real hard to talk to new residents inside gated property as they are already parked up and inside their gated place. Some simply don't want to engage even with a friendly smile and wave. They have garages but must be using for extra room etc.
  • Islands and with shrubbery and trees
    1. As you enter Anderson Ave from Pilkington road, left side no longer has poles around it. Therefore cars are unaware of the island that has drop in hole and cars are being damaged. 2. Parking: The set islands in place prevent car parking for about 8 cars. They are now desperately needed as a set of townhouses inside gated land are using the street to park. Most tenants do not use their garages. Car parking is a real issue now where our families who have been here 50 years plus have near no space to park. It feels like a competition at the moment with whoever gets there first gets it rather than simply being able to park in front of your home. Please help! Real hard to talk to new residents inside gated property as they are already parked up and inside their gated place. Some simply don't want to engage even with a friendly smile and wave. They have garages but must be using for extra room etc.
  • Broken uneven footpath
    Outside 36 Kelvin Road Papakura. Damage left behind by contractor. Elderly residents having difficulty negotiating pathway. Please repair before somebody is badly hurt.
  • Cars parked dangerously near the edges of my drive
    Good morning I have a safety issue with the number of cars that park so close the edges of my drive. Wallace Street has a lot of units and a not enough parking in them. So there are a large number of cars that park on the street. It seems that most of them are high 4WD's. I have started to back into my driveway space so that when I exit I am forward facing. It is very dangerous trying to exit. Each side of me there are usually high 4WD's, parked right to the edge of my drive, some even over the drive. I cannot see through or over them to see oncoming traffic, so I edge out very slowly, normally to a blast of a horn as someone whips by. Believe me, there have been some near misses. It also concerns me as I often have my young granddaughter in the car with me. Wallace Street is a through road from the Harbour Bridge/Sarsfield St onto Grey Lynn and beyond and therefore extremely busy, especially in the morning with vans, trucks and traffic. One photo is attached, but I can furnish you with 34 photos taken just in the last few months of these cars if you tell me where to send them to, some cars also have tow bars, parked perilously close to my drive exit. Is there any chance you could paint a one metre yellow strip either side of my drive so cars don't park over it. I really feel strongly this is a safety issue and an accident waiting to happen. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you so much
  • leak gone
    amazing the fasted thing that ever got fix, not any trace of any repairs, it was steady get worse last week. I am sure it was not the rain that did it, very odd if it did
  • Mackwood Place street light broken
    The street light outside 5 Mackwood Place in not turning on at night
  • lets make it harder to see the remaining time left to cross
    Part of the reason why you are getting so many reports from me it is takes so long to fix the "Time remaining harder to see when crossing diagonally" at Nuffield Street & Remuera Road
  • big puddle
    At the end of Nuffield Street & (not the end at Remuera road)
  • lets make it harder to see the remaining time left to cross
    Since it takes so long to fix what I think is so long to fix, on something they should be fixed easily. I just noticed this the other day, the traffic light is blocking the time remaining lights for when you cross the road without the diagonal, this is pole #6 , even the ....
  • What will happen next? When will it happen? More important should I not work over it, in case it does happen?
    This started as just a small leak a few days ago, now it is really beginning to spread out. Over the fence it is dry. It could be behind or over the stone wall at #19 Middelton Road, a few years ago a similar leak at number at #21. Hint: maybe the pipes has gone past used by date.
  • Pothole
    Large pothole
  • Footpath becoming carpark
    I have seen a white mazda parked the a few days in the past & this morning about 11am it takes up most of the footpath leaving a very short walkway each side of the vehicle, not so good if you were in a wheelchair, you would have to get run down by motorist. Often I see a "AT" company car in the neighbourhood maybe they could be given a short detour to check it out.
  • Does AT care about pedestrain safety ?
    Here is something very interesting, the sun shades for the amber & green lights have disappeared?? HOW INTERESTING! that the pedestrian time remaining lamps shades can not be twisted around so that pedestrians diagonally crossing can still see the time remaining! so it looks much the same as the Manukau Road & Ranfurly Road intersection
  • invisable crew doing maybe pico road works (Pico = 10*10-16) with another stray cone
    The photo provided was taken on Wooten road just off Remuera road, but no road works, it could very well be that the road works was on Ely Avenue because when I forked off down Wooten road there was no road works, if I had of forked off down Ely Avenue There is a another stray cone, both the cone in the photo & the other stray cone has the marking "TMNZ" painted on it in big black font
  • Red traffic light not working
    I was on the 500 bus turning right from Pakuranga highway into Ti Rakau Drive and saw the red light next to red arrow not working, it is on the post at the medium strip between the Howick going traffic & the Panmure going traffic.
  • Short phasing of right turn arrow
    The right turn arrow will usually only stay green long enough to allow traffic to turn into central park. This sometimes has traffic banking up back to the roundabout causing a blockage there. Also parents that drop off students at one tree hill college use this right turn to do u-turns resulting in near misses. Due to the lengthy delays of sitting through many phases to get a green there has been an increasing number of cars driving through the intersection to do a U-turn to get into central park or to go back to the motorway interchange.
  • 1km/9km cardiac marker missing1 update
    from corner plumber street & quay street, (i am sure i report this missing a few months ago)
  • yellow line required on 1 side of the corner
    There are always cars parked on both sides of the corner, this makes it dangerous as a driver going around the corner as there is space for only one car but you are unable to see oncoming traffic.
  • ClearWay
    There have been cars parking overnight here for months,but there still there in the mornings after &am when the clearway takes effect. It makes it dangerous larger taffic and getting in & out of driveways.Just need a traffic wrden to monitor it just after &am Mon-Friday for a short time.
  • Arkles Bay footpaths are in a decrepit state.
    Many of the footpaths around Arkles Strand, Mckenzie Avenue, Herman St and Margaret Street in Arkles Bay, are in a very poor state and require repair or replacement. Arkles Strand is a heavy traffic area for people using the beach and the footpaths and kerbs are in a poor state and could be potentially dangerous for pedestrians. It seems that the areas that require attention to the footpaths are the older parts of Arkles Bayin close proximatey to the beach.
  • Broken Yellow lines required
    At the intersection of Fourth Avenue and School Road vehicles are parking on both sides of Fourth Avenue. As you drive up Fourth Avenue heading east you are forced into the middle of the very steep road and into a blind spot for vehicles heading west along Fourth Ave. There have been several near misses. It is very dangerous. Broken yellow lines are required on one or both sides.
  • Accident Waiting to Happen
    Use caution as a pedestrian when crossing this road! Cars will come up this street unexpectedly at high speeds, and there is no safe way of crossing except to use extreme caution. Many near misses have happened between cars and pedestrians here.
  • Dislodged keystone wall blocks
    Two keystone blocks on the wall bordering the grass reserve and footpath have become dislodged and have fallen onto the footpath. Someone has stacked them so they are no longer a tripping hazard, however, the wall is now in need of repair as it's only a matter of time before further blocks fall.
  • Fallen leaves hazard/general street cleaning/weeding
    Photo 3 of 3: The steps from Beach Road to Castor Bay Reserve and the street on both The Esplanade and the access road in between the reserve and the beach itself require clearing of weeds and fallen leaves. Several stormwater drains are blocked as a result. Often there are cars parked on The Esplanade which may prevent the road sweeping having access so manually sweeping with a broom regularly would prevent this. The area, on the whole, looks very neglected.
  • Fallen leaves hazard/general street cleaning/weeding
    Photo 1 of 3: The steps from Beach Road to Castor Bay Reserve and the street on both The Esplanade and the access road in between the reserve and the beach itself require clearing of weeds and fallen leaves. Several stormwater drains are blocked as a result. Often there are cars parked on The Esplanade which may prevent the road sweeping having access so manually sweeping with a broom regularly would prevent this. The area, on the whole, looks very neglected.
  • Fallen leaves hazard/general street cleaning/weeding
    Photo 2 of 3: The steps from Beach Road to Castor Bay Reserve and the street on both The Esplanade and the access road in between the reserve and the beach itself require clearing of weeds and fallen leaves. Several stormwater drains are blocked as a result. Often there are cars parked on The Esplanade which may prevent the road sweeping having access so manually sweeping with a broom regularly would prevent this. The area, on the whole, looks very neglected.
  • Auckland -- the killer or injury city,
    Just a few moments ago I saw another lady that could of got killed stepping out on the road because she heard the buzz of a different "cross now" I said to her a few minutes later when I caught up to her waiting and said "I saw that, when you stepped out on the road" she said "yes in Canada they have different sounding buzzers" I said "yes they lay the yellow crap out all the footpaths for the blind people, (referring to the footpath cancer) how do they know which buzzer is the buzz for them to cross the road in safety?" It just goes to show what a joke the city council is laying that crap on the footpaths when they do nothing to make it safer for the blind to cross the road on the correct buzz, last time a few years ago I saw a lady try to cross the road outside Auckland city hospital, when she heard the buzzer for the driveway go off. It also happened to me last week just outside 277 when I went to the supermarket but they were closed at 8:00pm (normal closing hours at 10pm) I was thinking of walking up to another supermarket in Remuera, why don't you all just have a good laugh then maybe a few people might get killed and it might make you wake up you idiots. At least there is some intelligents in Canada
  • Visual Pollution: Invasive Motorhome on-street corner for Months now.
    There is a huge over-sized Motorhome polluting out street belonging to the occupants of 119 Roberta Crescent (Corrected last complaint not 113 but 119 Roberta Crescent) that remains parked on our street for weeks while not in use on the occasional weekend taking up 3 or 4 on-street parks for cars. They have not shown any genuine interest in finding a place on their property (2 car garage and a double turnaround) when suggested by neighbours on 2 seperate occasions... I would like to know please if is this a fineable offense? This has been an eye sore for months now and upon asking about this they could not give two thoughts about it. Photos attached.
  • Pot hole in pavement
    Big whole cut out causing trip hazard
  • Roadside drain overflows
    The roadside drain outside our driveway overflows & the water flows down our driveway & has washed out the metal. there is a culvert pipe from opposite side of road that drains the opposite side towards our side but ourside is a low point so there's nowhere for it to go.
  • repaint with yellow lines to restrict parking
    there is a triangular white line on a small section of ground between the driveways of 6 and 8 Shaddock Street and small vehicles are often parked there all day. As a result the rubbish collection truck for 6 Shaddock St cannot gain access to the driveway. Can this area be painted in yellow lines to restrict parking?
  • Blocking street access for trucks, wide cars, fire engines etc.
    cars parked directly opposite each other preventing vehicles from entering the street. Not the first time! We would really appreciate yellow lines on the first part of the street. We had to back our house truck up in to Sandringham Road and use next street to access our house at number 18
  • South head road maintenance
    The council is not keeping up with the necessary maintenance to keep kiwis safe. Uneven surface aside, the holes are forming every day, the council is not keeping up with road inspections and subsequent maintenance. I'm a resident and I'm commuting to Auckland daily, there fore if the currents rates ain't sufficient to cover the costs, these should go up,to comply with H&S legislations. Also any non residents should be subject to tool fees. I only hope to get home safe at the end of my workday.
  • Phasing Variation Gt South Road, Church Street intersection
    Hi There My staff and I have noticed a significant change in the time taken to get from Edinburgh street Onehunga and Great South Road Penrose. This is causing well over a 1000 m of delayed traffic along Neilson Street and Church Street. I think there may be a phasing problem at Great South Road and Church Street as all directions seem to be clear after that point with the exception of the motorway on ramp northbound on the Eastern Arterial. Could you possibly have a look at this through the camera and either confirm or debunk my suspicions and let me know if you could adjust the sequence. Your help is apreciated Cheers Richard
  • blocked drains
    The drain running under the drive at 45 Wilma Rd and into the creek is blocked again causing large amounts of rain water to flood across road. It is caused by the recently laid loose chip washing into the drain. The chip has now also washed into the creek below road level
  • Potholes in front of property
    Due to recent developments on point view drive, large trucks have created potholes in front of my property 19 Middlefield Drive. This is creating unwanted gravel onto my driveway.
  • Vehicles parking close to intersection - no parking lines required
    Yellow no parking lines need to be extended outside 41 and 43 Galvan Ave, Sunnyhills. The lines should reach at least the driveway of number 41 as vehicles are parking too close to the intersection, making it difficult to turn right from Stanniland St into Galvan Ave.
  • Dangerous parking on bend causing a blind corner - numerous near miss accidents
    Argyle road has now become a busy link road between Beach Road and Browns Bay Road especially parents on their way to and from Browns Bay Primary School. The road has a bend at top of the hill as you travel East from Beach Road. Cars are constantly parked on the road outside 16,14,12 & 11 creating a very dangerous blind corner if you approach from either direction. I personally have experienced a number of near miss accidentss and have witnessed a number more. Please help to have yellow no parking lines be painted on this dangerous bend before someone is seriously hurt - and hopefully not one of the many school children that travel on this road.
  • Timing of light phases
    Could Auckland transport review the traffic light timing at this intersection. From Monday to Friday between the hours of 7.20am to 8.00am, the lights are not in tune with the lights at the intersection of greenlane east and ascot rd. Therefore causing traffic coming from peach parade to a holt. You could sit there for at least five phases with only 2 cars getting through. The cars from greenlane east also face the same pain. There is something seriously wrong with the timing of theses lights.
  • Car parking on approach to the bend
    There are cars constantly parked on the uphill side of Castor Bay Road on the approach to the bend meaning one has to drive on the opposite drive of the road when going uphill. Considerable care has to be taken when driving up this road, which has become increasingly busier in recent years, as one is often blind-sighted on the approach to the bend making it extremely dangerous when there is oncoming downhill traffic. A possible solution could be to introduce parking for a limited period as often the same cars are parked for the duration of the day.
  • rotary cardic footpath sign gone
    the one corner plummer street & quay street, city 1km/9km marker gone away since footpath resurface
  • Please fix our road it is full of potholes and damaging our cars
    Hi Can you please fix our road it is full of potholes which are unavoidable on out wee bridge and it's starting to damage our cars. It has virtually no gravel apart from the top of the road where it join haruru road where there is a huge bump of gravel to climb over to get into adams road. This is an ongoing issue for everyone in our street and we need to have a permanent solution to improve our road
  • No Street lighting at all2 update
    There used to be street lighting on Neesons Way, however it seems like the strong wind and rain recently have affected the wirings and all street lights are off.
  • dangerous for passenger
    Too dark after the bridge. It is very dangerous for passenger. When I drive through, I can hardly see the people walking on the street.
  • Street light
    Tree overgrown and cover the street light. Also there is not enough light for the street
  • Driveway over footpath, abrupt curb.
    The curb to the driveway is very steep and abrupt.With todays modern cars they bottom out on the curb causing damage to cars and curb making it difficult getting in and out. There is also a raised manhole cover to manouver around. A small amount of blacktop would fix this, thanks.
  • Vipond Road blind corner needs action
    Cars exceeding the speed limit and not adhering to the 'SLOW' road signage on this blind corner is making life dangerous for residents who pull out of their drive ways on this corner. I myself, with 2 kids in the car, feel I am risking my life every time I pull out onto the road, praying there isn't a car speeding right around the corner, out of sight. There is very limited visibility for those on the inside of the corner, I myself can only see as far as 1 driveway (on the inside lane) on both sides. Speed humps might be the only option, but something needs to be done to protect all the residents living in these homes. (The most dangerous is a shared driveway with 6 houses down it)
  • Street lighting outside our house
    Hi, i'm hoping that you can help, the street light outside number 2 Fieldstone Court Northpark 2013, shines directly into our bedroom window. A lady i work with explained she had the same issue and the council were able to put something at the back of the light so only shone directly onto the street. kind thanks for your help.
  • Green Light
    Green Light does not stay green long enough from Titirangi Road turning right into Great North Road, towards Lynmall. Traffic only has a few seconds before it turns amber and then red. So as a result only three cars if you are lucky, get through. Unless the first car is really slow to move, then even less cars get through.
  • Street light flickering on and off
    The street light outside 119 konini road titirangi is flickering on and off at night. the cover on the light is also missing.
  • Dead cat, and rubbish.
    By the train over-track walkway is a large pile of scattered rubbish, and, as you come off by the footpath on Railside Ave is a dead cat(most likely hit by a vehicle)lying on a blanket.
  • Vehicle parked on footpath for about 7days now.
    Vehicle parked on footpath for about 7 days now. Top of Sunnyside road, Sunnyvale.
  • Blocked intersection at peak periods
    At peak periods cars coming into Great North Road from Blockhouse Bay Road cram themselves onto the road when the lights turn green and block the intersection. If there was yellow lines covering the intersection then cars coming up great north road would leave enough room for the cars from blockhouse bay road to go through the intersection. Maybe even a camera as a deterrent taking photos of the cars blocking the intersection.
  • Damaged Footpath
    Footpath is badly damaged and breaking away. This is in a school zone and there are many children and adults that use this footpath. The school also uses the footpath for the children's fitness, as they go around the block and through the park near the end of Porter Avenue. Many cars have been seen to park on the footpath, which has made the damage worse.
  • No green left turn arrow from Gt North Road left into Felgrove Street when cars are exiting Felgrove street,
    Just tried to re-read what I had typed above to check for errors and it would not scroll.
  • Broken Concrete on the Footpath
    The Footpath outside Work and Income New Zealand and Best Pacific Training in New Lynn is broken and has been for over 3 years. A few months ago an elderly lady tripped on the broken concrete and fell and was injured and had to go to hospital for treatment. This needs to be fixed urgently to avoid more injuries caused by people tripping over the broken concrete
  • Confusing Red/Green light..causing accidents
    At the corner of Croydon Road & Titirangi Road...People turning from Titirangi road right to Croydon Road having big issues & causing lots of accidents..it has lights there for Pedestrain crossing & it's very confusing...People take it Green to go right & ignoring upcoming traffic from Titirangi New Lynn bound thinking it will be red for them but it's green for them too...The green light is only for traffic going straight not turning right on croydon....I live on # 1 Croydon Road & almost every week there is an accident...Lots of people have complained about this but no action has been taken to fix this issue
  • Speeding Vehicles Schnapper Rock Rd
    Motorists constantly speeding in both directions from Albany Highway to/from North Shore Cemetery area. Speeds of 70-80kph are common in 50kph street, endangering local residents especially children trying to cross roads.
  • Light out
    The light at the top of the driveway to 52A Birdwood Road Swanson Is not working I think the bulb may need changing
  • Oil on road
    Black car from nr 10 Black teal close leaking oil on road. Cars and bike slipping when going around corner
  • A row of 15 street lights are out on Puhinui Rd
    row of 15 street lights out on puhinui Rd SH20. in the area of the Orrs Rd intersection
  • Road not cleared in rush hour
    A car parked near the address has caused 5 min congestion
  • Traffic Lights beeping all night
    Traffic lights beeping all night and consistently keep me awake. Corner of Sunnybrae Rd and Coronation Rd.
  • Complete Danger area
    Coming out of Stonedon onto Cryers there are no lights or roundabout. Now have to contend with traffic coming off Highbrook. Barely able to get out of Stonedon. There is also two driveways coming out of VTNZ and Esquires directly opposite. This area is a mess with traffic and highly dangerous with multiple heavy trucks. Traffic trying to turn everywhere, and it has become very scary. Too add to this VTNZ now are doing driving tests out of there, so there are multiple Learner drivers thrown into this mix. There needs to be lights or a roundabout put in here or there are going to be some very serious truck vs car accidents in the future.
  • Open storm water drain
    There is a steel inlet cover which has become dislodged on Arkles Strand. It is very dangerous as its big enough for a small child or pet to fall into
  • Street light
    Lamp not going in one street light in this vacinity
  • Potholes causing flat tyres
    Corner of Denbigh Ave & Dominion Rd in Mt Roskill Gave me an instant flat tyre 25/07, and while changing the tyre, someone else also got one that ripped their tyre open
  • Potholes1 update
    Numerous potholes on Kauri Cres
  • New bright street light shining in bedroom window
    A new street light of a particularly bright and cold colour has no deflectors fitted (or they're not adjusted right) so bright light enters our front bedrooms, even with blinds drawn.
  • Street light no longer working
    The light outside 89 Summer Street is no longer working
  • Speeding on street near school and children
    Hi there, On Avondale road, near Rosebank road, there is constant speeding at almost boy racer speeds. This street has many school children walking to and from school everyday, and has children playing on the streets in the weekend. Some of the other streets off Rosebank road have speed bumps all the way down, but not Avondale road. Please can you do the same and put numerous speed bumps down this road to prevent people from hooning down. I usually don't do this sort of thing but I am genuinely concerned for people's safety! It just happens way to often. I know for a fact that the speed bumps would prevent these people from speeding. So please, get onto this as its a necessity.
  • Speeding cars almost killing children and hitting other cards at roundabout
    Cars speeding around the corner of the roundable from Stanley St to Seaview Road causing concern. Cars slowing onto seaview are almost hit from behind by speeding following cars, and children crossing the street are also almost hit. There needs to be a redesign of the roundabout or a speedbump installed at the round able turning onto Seaview Rd
  • traffic light timing is not working out
    I come out of McLoed road to turn right onto Te Atatu road every morning as it's the easiest place to make a right turn. A few weeks ago there were new corner street lights put in for pedestrians. That's great for pedestrians but the timing of the lights has changed. It's just too short. We are now finding ourselves all lined up down McLeod waiting for 3 or 4 sets of lights. It turns green and 2 cars get through then it's orange already. This morning it took 8 mini to get through this light. I am now seeing people run through the orange and red light out of frustration. This frustration is going to be a problem. They could hit another car or pedestrian as there are a lot of both traveling in the mornings. It did not used to be like this so please could you put the timing back to how it was?
  • Pavement kerb broken
    Pavement kerb/ paving block crack and broken
  • Potholes - Alfriston area
    Potholes in Pacific Coast Highway between Mill Rd and Wasting Rd - mayby a little further - has quite a few Deep potholes that will damage a vehicle
  • Roads not good / Street Lights not adequate
    Hi.The roads on Francis Street, Hauraki seems like they were done 100 years ago.Can you please redo them as there are potholes appearing and it is not safe for anyone. The second issue is that the street lights on Francis Street, Hauraki are not adequate.There are lots of pitch dark areas and it is not safe to walk in the evenings/night. Please install more street lights. How about CCTV cameras on Jutland and Francis Streets?
  • road not smooth
    the roads were done a few years back on penney av,mt roskill.but the roads are not smooth at all.it is a very bumpy ride in the car on that stretch of road.can someone please smoothen this road?
  • no street lights.
    there is a long driveway at 14 penney av,mt roskill.there are no street lights anywhere close by.at night,people have tripped and injured themselves.plus it seems scary to walk alone in that area at night.it is a safety issue that someone needs to look at seriously.can you please install street lights at 14 penney av and specifically at the entrance or somewhere on the driveway at 14 penney av,mt roskill.thanks.
  • Speedbumps / Speed Control Measures
    Please can you investigate the addition of Speedbumps or some Speed Control Measures to this road. This is a blind corner, sloping down a hill. There are a number of road users not adhering to the speed limit almost all times of the day. To make matters worse this road is frequented by some sort of racing gang, as a number of noisy vehicles speed numerous times around here, including loss of traction around the corner and from surrounding intersections. A measure for the sake of deterring these crimes, reducing property damage (such as the total destruction of my wife's car this weekend), and the prevention of death of residents, needs to be urgently investigated. This will also deter a number of speeding vehicles at all times of the day, and almost certainly prevent someone's death on this road which children often walk along and cross.
  • Light out
    The last street light in this street (near the stairs to the beach) is not going and has been out for more than one week. This is a Health & Safety issue as many people use this area and without the street light operating could fall or trip
  • Street light out
    Street light out at the intersection of Clifton Road and Henson Road.
  • Constant Flickering Street Light
    Hi, the street light outside number 2 Thyme Court has been flickering / pulsating (and sometime dims to nothing) for months now. Is someone able to have a look at this? Thanks.
  • Lumps in road on roundabout
    There are lumps in the road around the roundabout that make it dangerous when you're on a motorbike. The road surface needs to be fixed.
  • Death trap4 update
    The road surface at the end of Clifton Road before it junctions with Potts Road has become so glazed over that it becomes like glass with any rainfall. I drive a 4 whhel drive European SUV and this slides on this corner section when wet at low speeds e.g. 70kmh (speed limit is 80kmh) but fortunately has electronics that counteracts any slide.
  • Sunnyvale platform lights on during daytime
    Lights seem to be on 24/7, first noticed about a week ago. One of the lights (near the north end of the platform) needs replacing while you're at it.
  • Trench not filled in properly
    There appears to be a trench of some kind dug across Gilles Avenue. It hasn't been filled in fully so there's quite a drop into it and with no warning signs up, in the dark it is quite dangerous.
  • Light not working
    The light outside 54 Holland rd is not working. This is the only light in this part of the street, apart from one right down at the end. It is pitch black outside our houses with this light not working.
  • Broken Storm water drain cover
    URGENT DANGEROUS - Wooden cover on drain stormwater cesspit broken.Corner of Anzac Rd and Routly Avenue, Pukekohe. Someone could step through it and break leg esp at night #poorstreetlighting
  • No Parking lines missing on Gt North Rd at the Larch St access
    When cars park on Great North road Avondale across the Larch St intersection the traffic travelling north to New Lynn are then forced to stop when traffic is waiting to turn right into Larch Street. Attached photo shows a damaged car parked there as it was hit due to this problem.
  • Road needs sweeping of loose stones from sealing
    Downer sealed Oakland Road many months ago and have never returned to sweep loose stones. I jogged along here during the school drop off 'rush hour' and was getting stones flicked up at me the whole time I was running along the footpath in the section of Oakland Road between Hingaia Road and Hayfield Road.
  • Maintenace required Please1 update
    Width in parts - single lane alongside 48 and notice on a post re this has gone missing due to housing development, many potholes and mud, lack of metal since being graded last month.
  • Street blocked with parked cars every day
    NZRPG have turned a significant portion of the Westgate Shopping Centre car-parking into Paid Reserved or Pay and Display parking. This has meant shop staff now fill our streets every morning with their cars - Lazurite, Pyrite and Arlose are narrow streets. Lazurite is not even kerbed on the park side. Local residents can't pull out of their own driveways without performing a half-dozen point manouevre. Cars parked solid on both sides of each road reduce them to less than one lane of driveability - only one car can travel in each direction at a time, creating a ridiculous "Give Way" situation. For larger vehicles it is a nightmare - many simply give up and try to find another road. Our rubbish and recycling truck companies must have complained by now - the wheelie-bin truck is actually ignoring bins since he can't reach them! To pull out of Arlose Place into Lazurite each morning, I am forced to wait for any driver heading towards me who has entered the "gauntlet" from over 200 metres away... and then wait for the inevitable next car that follows. Most often, they are cars driving up to my street to add to the parking chaos! I can spend 15 minutes just waiting to drive from my narrow suburban road onto another narrow suburban road. There are no parking bays, no room left for two cars to pass each other, and as I have mentioned there isn't even a kerb on Lazurite - many parked cars are putting wheels onto the grass verge, turning it into a mud-bath. My strong suggestion is that Council dotted-yellow-line the BUSH side of the street, and then clearly mark the HOUSING side of the street (including all Pyrite and Arlose) NO PARKING 9-4 WEEKDAYS, and RESIDENTS CARS ONLY WEEKENDS. Please take note of the uploaded photos of our street - taken in the middle of the day, on a shopping day. This idiocy needs to be stopped quickly - before council land is further damaged, and before the inevitable accident occurs. Thank you.
  • Alpers Avenue, Epsom
    Parking should never be permitted on the left lane of this street and there is no need for it when the right side has parking available which does not impede the right lane. The left lane is for left turning vehicles only and just one parked car will force vehicles into the centre lane motorway traffic which is usually backed up.
  • Owens Road, Epsom
    Why does Auckland Transport continue to pay a contractor to clean my street when the job never gets done? The gutters have become so clogged with debris that weeds are growing there and the drains are blocked. For a few days a couple of years ago, workmen with blowers cleaned out the gutters but they haven't been seen since
  • Loose chip hazardous
    New surface was layed to a large portion of Mountain View Rd, Western Springs some months ago. This alone was executed in an unacceptable manner and time frame. The excessive loose chip that now remains is extremely hazardous. Home owners like myself and other residents would greatly appreciate some action on this front.
  • Street light out
    The street light outside number 5 Ward Terrace, Sandringham, Auckland is out.
  • STUFFED in the head MOTORIST THREATENS TO PUT ME IN HOSPITAL.
    I HAVE BROUGHT THIS TO THE ATTENTION OF AUCKLAND CITY COUNCIL BEFORE SEE THIS WEBSITE REPORT http://fixmystreet.org.nz/issue/4767 TODAY JUST BEFORE 8:45AM I WAITED AT THE CURB TO CROSS THE ROAD AT DOMAIN DRIVE NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF THAT ROAD & PARK ROAD. ABOUT 5 METERS AWAY FROM THE RAISE PART OF THE ROAD, RAISED TO THE SAME LEVEL OF THE FOOTPATH, A MOTORIST CAME ALONG AND STOPPED, HE SAID SOMETHING LIKE “HURRY UP AND CROSS” I WAIVED HIM ON, I REPLIED THAT IS NOT A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING, AND HAD TO WALK BEHIND THE CAR, HE HANDED ME MORE ABUSE USING WORDS IT WOULD BE BEST TO PUT ON THIS WEBSITE, I TOLD HIM “YOU NEED TO LEARN THE RODE CODE” HE GAVE ME MORE ABUSE THREATENING TO PUT ME IN HOSPITAL, AT ONE STAGE HE TOLD ME TO COME CLOSER TO HIM AND REPEAT WHAT I SAID “YOU NEED TO LEARN THE ROAD CODE. UNFORTUNATELY & FORTUNATELY FOR THE MOTORIST I TOOK DOWN HIS CAR REGISTRATION WRONG, BECAUSE WHEN I WAS MAKING A REPORT AT AUCKLAND CENTRAL POLICE STATION THEY COULD NOT GET A MATCH ON MY DESCRIPTION........................................................................... PLEASE this needs to be fixed up, either make it look like a pedestrian crossing, or put this type of crossing in the road code. THEN I WILL TREAT IT LIKE A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AND WALK IN FRONT OF THE MOTORISTS, SO THEY CAN MOVE ON WITHOUT WASTING TIME. The police report reference number is 160605/5678, even the lady at the police station taking my report agreed with me on what is or is not a pedestrian crossing. And this incident did not happen at a pedestrian crossing. (I had to go back later to take the photo, when it was safer)
  • Where in the road code?
    Where in the road code? Where in the road code does it say a part of the road raise to the same level is a “pedestrian crossing” as I said some years ago at the report http://fixmystreet.org.nz/issue/4767 The attached phone is what looks like the only pedestrian crossing I know of, this when motorist should stop so a pedestrian can walk safely in front of them.
  • Truck parked in cul de sac
    Neighbour parks his large truck in our small cul de sac which sometimes causes safety issues with other neighbours cars going in and out of the cul de sac and limits vision for cars reversing out of their driveways. It parks on the wrong side of the road as well. It often has large 20/40 ft containers loaded. We have a lot of young children in our small street who all play together in the street, although they don't have children. It has no other way of leaving the cul de sac but to reverse all the way out and cause safety concerns as it reverses in to another Ensor place to drive out of Geoffrey place or back in to be able to drive straight out. They also have other unused vehicles which are parked illegally in the cul de sac.
  • A lot of illegally parked cars on Glamorgan Drive
    A lot of cars are parking illegally on Glamorgan Drive. They are in the way of traffic causing traffic congestion and risk of head on collision. It's only a matter of time until this results in an accident. There are also a lot of vehicles parked on grass.
  • Grass encrouching on pavement in Deep Creek Road
    Grass is growing on the Deep creek road pavement (around 107. close to the bridge, accross the road from Sailing club greens), reducing it to a very narrow path. Council workers are trimming the grass, but this is not helping. They need to remove the layer of grass and soil to clear the path
  • Large, very dangerous pothole
    Yesterday 31 May, I struck a massive pothole, which appears to have been caused by incomplete roadworks. It caused me to lose control of my scooter, so I suggest it is fixed immediately to prevent injury/death of other motorcyclists.
  • Pot holes
    Hi yet again the same potholes have appeared after the start of the rainy season. There is a lot of traffic avoiding these potholes causing them to drive in the centre or wrong side of the road. Please either tar or do an intermediate fix Thanks
  • Steet Lights Not working
    We noted around 5 street lights n John Jennings and a few on Field parade out of order for some time now. Any chance of someone fixing this as it creates opportunities for crime.
  • Footpath needs to be marked “reserved for rubbish bins, all week round
    There are rubbish bins & recycle bins always blocking the footpath all week round. I could understand it if they where just out at rubbish collecting day. But this photo was taken late Friday afternoon just near the corner of Carbine road & Waipuna road, it was taken on Carbine road looking towards Waipuna road intersection. In the residential part of carbine road. There is lots of free space on the land where grass grows they could shove their bins, I have seen from time to time lady pushing prams, rather sad if the wheels fall over the kerb and the baby gets run over. I always like to pass a oncoming pram on the kerb side of the pram for this reason. On Monday a day or two before next collection day I might start collecting bin numbers printed on the bins still left on the footpaths, so you do not have to visit carbine road or any other neighbouring road, you just look up your records from your office. Note: I used number 1 Carbine road to bring up the map, number 1 carbine road is not a residential address, it is a very small park, I did not want to put in a number when they do not leave bins on the footpath I was in a rush to catch a bus on Ellerslie - panmure highway, I only had time for a quick photo.
  • Drain cover missing in road
    It appears the road has been re tared recently. A drain has been covered with a thin piece of aluminium and covered with road tar. This was never going to stay in place for long and now the drain is uncovered. This is right next to the bus stop. It is especially dangerous to bicycles and motorcycle
  • cars parking to close to driveway entrance/exit
    cars continually park to close to the driveway entrance/exit making it difficult for trucks to enter/exit number 5 and 7 causing the street to back up at times. please put yellow no parking lines either side of driveway entrance.
  • Cars stopping in clear way
    On most days there are cars stopping outside shops around 108 Onewa Road in the clear way during evening rush hour. This forces the bus to break into the traffic slowing both the bus and the one lane of traffic. This frustrates the bus drivers and is a safety risk to traffic.
  • Several Lights are not working and large Gaps between lights
    I live at number 68 Anselmi Ridge Road. Serveral of the street lights on the road is not working. Some street lights are completely missing. This has lead to the street being very dark overall. Lack of lighting poses a risk to property, and safety of people, animals down the road
  • Wellington St, Great South Road intersection
    Wellington Street is the final part of the Papakura bypass. Unfortunately the traffic light phasing doesn't recognise this and always defaults to traffic travelling from town centre. Time for vehicles on Wellington Street is also very short
  • Clearway not clear at rush hour
    Area on East St from Queen to Elliot continually has cars parked after the 4pm time of the clearway causing huge traffic problems. Could this area be policed and also include the area between Coles Cres and Queen Stas part of this clearway
  • Robley crescent footpath is breaking apart
    There are cracks all down the old path. It hasn't been maintained in a long time. Are there plans to replace it? If not, can the cracks be sealed? There are a large number of them though so I would suspect the former would be a cheaper option
  • Cars Parked on footpath
    We appear to have a number of car owners that think the footpath is their private car parking space. When I go walking I have issues avoiding them with dogs in tow. Main culprits are at 30-32 Chesterfield ave and the start of athlone ave.
  • Excessively loud manhole outside campground
    There is a manhole directly outside of the Orewa Beach Camp and when a car drives over it, it makes a very loud double bang. This happens all night long and I am finding it very hard to sleep. The manhole is situated northbound just south of the lights where Centreway Road turns off.
  • can not see time remaining when crossing diagonal
    can not see time remaining when crossing diagonal, same problem as before the "sun shield" Corner Karangahape arggh & Symonds Street & Grafton bridge. It has not been well thought out (just like footpath cancer"
  • cars parking at end of road
    cars park around the end of the cul-de-sac on this busy industrial street, any chance of getting the yellow no parking lines painted as very big trucks are always needing to turn around and is becoming dangerous when cars are in the way.
  • broken footpaths
    The footpath on both sides of lancaster raod is in very poor condition, it's broken, cracked, crumbling and uneven, I today walked my kids to school and have taken photos of 185 different damaged section of footpath, and this is only walking from #46 up one side of the road to #1 (to the school on tramway) and back on the other. and there is more damaged paths heading down to beach haven road and along beach haven road. I can supply photos if required.
  • Speeding vehicles & dangerous driving
    We've lived in this street for the last 11 years. Over the last few there has been an increase in vehicles driving up & down in a dangerous manner, drifting, passing dangerously, excessive speed & in a generally inconsiderate manner. By the time we've been able to get a look the vehicles have normally gone so we've not been able to get a decent description. This past Friday a dog across the road was killed by a driver who failed to stop & check on th e animal. This was witnessed by a couple of neighbours. I think it's time that speed humps were put in as a permanent disincentive. It's getting to the stage where someone's going to get seriously hurt soon.
  • Speeding and dangerous parking
    I have noticed that there are many cars driving very fast especially around bends. The landing is full of children and kids playing outside as well as beloved animals. I have already had one animal knocked over by a speeding car. I would love to see some speed bumps put in place or some areas marked 'no parking' as there are specific places that people park which blocks the view of oncoming traffic as well as pedestrians which is particuarly dangerous when speed is a factor.
  • Street light not working1 update
    The street light on my side of the road above my driveway (132 Victory Rd Laingholm) is not working and someone trying to come down the drive almost had an accident as a result.
  • footpath gone away
    A couple of months ago, the roadway on Lauriston Avenue was resurfaced, while they did that they included space a driveway into 23 Middleton road, At the present date the driveway has not gone into 23 Middleton road, so the wooden fence is still there, unfortunately cars park in the driveway with the front of their car hard up against the wooden fence totally blocking the footpath leavening pedestrians to walk out on the busy road.
  • lights always phasing when empty
    The lights on Cavendish Dr and Glasgow are phasing for the side street and doctors facility even when noone is there
  • Phasing of lights unsafe
    The time the lights are green for traffic to proceed from Williamson Ave (WA) and Bayswater Ave (BA) is far too short especially in relation to the very long time traffic has to proceed straight along Lake Road. There is now constantly quite a number of cars queueing to proceed from WA and BA. There is only enough time for 3 cars in total to proceed safely often leaving 4-20 cars waiting through 2 or more phase changes!! Ridiculous! This causes drivers to constantly take risks and try to turn before traffic that has right of way to go straight ahead and also causes drivers to run orange and red lights. So often I have nearly been crashed into because of both of the above. Some cars seem to think they actually have right of way turning from BA into Lake Rd and toot abusively at those to going straight across from WA and the same the opposite way. this happened to me yesterday and I only managed to swerve in the nick of time to avoid the turning car crashing into me. The phasing needs to change immediately and give the BA and WA traffic significantly longer with the green light. Accidents and near accidents occur regularly because of the short phasing. Also there should really be 2 marked lanes on each side of the intersection, one for straight ahead and one for turning. There is room to make these changes. Cars often don't indicate if they're turning also.
  • Short phasing1 update
    The green arrow from Blockhouse into New North road is too short - cars frequently sit through 3 sets of lights or go through the red due to frustration...
  • street light out
    Street light out on south side of skilling place as you enter the cul-de-sac.
  • Street Light Out
    The street light outside 38 Galloway Crescent is out. It has not been working since about April 19, 2016.
  • difficult access for my car and neighbours
    Cars park outside No 9 each day. It makes it difficult for me to get my car in and out of the garage as there is a concrete post beside the exit. They park so close that I can't back out. If they park forward they restrict access to the property next door at the end of the street. Those owners have a van and it's very trick to get in and out. Yesterday there were two cars parked outside No 9 and access to the neighbours property and my garage was seriously restricted. Often they park half on the pavement which restricts access to the gate. The idea would actually be dotted yellow lines like the opposite side. I also have another issue of someone dumping a huge thing like a satelite dish across the road - Ill do another issue for that. Many thanks. I don't like to complain because I understand the parking issues but people are not respecting our access. Many thanks, Rosemary Wheeler
  • Boy racers in Mount Wellington
    Over the last week or two, boy racers have moved into Mount Wellington. My nights are now filled with the sounds of revving engines and squealing tyres. Last night I was woken at 3:30 am by what I assume from the sound was a street race that had at least one car pass down my street. I don't know exactly where they are, but they can be heard clearly from what I'm sure must be several blocks away and seem to be there most nights.
  • Massive hole/mound in middle or road
    Hi - a huge hole was made in the middle of our road (Verena Place) presumably by a large truck, at the beginning of this year (2016). A very rough job was undertaken to fill the hole which then created a massive mound of tar-seal (think higher than a normal speed hump). This mound has subsequently been squashed and is now a hole, plus mound on the sides, with broken road, covering almost the entire width of road. I understand large trucks will continue to use the road while construction of two houses is yet to be completed, however, the hole/mound is now so bad you cannot avoid it by swerving and the bottom of our car scrapes along it every time we drive up or down the street. If left as is, we will likely soon have to park at the end of the road and walk to our property. We would greatly appreciate at least a reasonable short-term solution. Perhaps a temporary plastic covering/bridge. Many thanks.
  • Lamp housing damage
    Posted by Anonymous at 18 April 2016 - 10:38pm.# Streetlight outside 44 Nigel Road, Browns Bay, next to the 11KV transformer needs adjustment, causes bad glare to the west and doesn't wash street properly to the east. Looks like ceramic lamp holder internal to fitting has slipped/broken from its mount, no longer sitting where it should in the reflector. This makes it execced the recommended degree of tilt as per the Auckland Transport Code of Practice for Street Lighting, 19.7.1. Should be relatively straight forward fix.
  • Very narrow road -also no car park
    down the bottom in near 5 Percy Greens is very poor - there are new houses but no additional on-street parking. There is a grass verge outside number 5 Percy greens, Silverdale - suggest grass verges are turned into carparks.Street is very narrow
  • Cars losing traction
    This area of Kimpton Rd is increasing become a junction for cars doing donuts, day and night with little regard for anyone else. Also cars speed along Kimpton Rd in excess of 70kph at a guess. There's a crash waiting to happen. I would suggest a traffic island at the junction of Hamilton rd and perhaps speed humps along Kimpton Rd.
  • Two sections of street lights not working
    Between 130 Rangatira Road, Beach Haven and down to the roundabout there are two separate sections of street lights not working.
  • Street light not working
    Street light outside 8 Manse Road not working.
  • Burnout (tyre) marks on the road
    Burnout marks on the road from boyracers. Please remove them as they make the street look horrible.
  • streetlight not working
    The streetlight flickers on and off and has done for the last year and a half. PLEASE fix. Thank you :-)
  • Traffic Light Phasing1 update
    Hi guys, Ever since some roadworks were done on Mays Road Onehunga, the traffic lights at the intersection of Captain Springs Road have been on a timer - when they should have been moved back to normal sensor traffic flows. The timer is meaning that traffic is building up in the surrounding streets, including past the nearly by school (Te Papapa Primary). Can i request that this is looked at? Thanks in advance. Dean
  • Overhanging bushes and trees
    The bushes and trees on the property at 86 Williamson Ave (on the Beaconsfield St side of the property) are dangerously overhanging the footpath at head level and making it impossible to use the footpath. The property owner has never trimmed these plants back and also relies on the council to do their grass verge so that area is also often overgrown.
  • Street light too bright1 update
    Hi, the street light across the road from us (between 263 and 265 Penrose Road) was recently repaired at the same time we trimmed our hedge and it now shines very brightly into our bedroom at night. I've seen some lights with a partial cover on them - is it possible for one to be added please?
  • Rats
    Large rats nest at the bus stop. Three entry and exit holes by the Bus Stop sign. Lots of rat activity and a couple of recent dead bodies.
  • Overgrown Hedge Obstruction Footpath
    The boundary hedge at this property runs alongside the footpath for over 20m. It is overgrown and forces pedestrians to walk on the grass berm. In addition, there are bougainvillea branches carrying long thorns sticking out that are like strand of barbed wire that can catch unwary pedestrians.
  • Speed bumps needs
    There is a constant flow of speeding vehicles including large trucks that rattle houses as the fly down the street. There are preschools and a sports ground on the street and it has got increasingly bad since maich Rd got speed bumps.
  • Car parking across footpath
    The property recently constructed a new garage without the normal setback for parking. They now park their car across the footpath. Why did the council allow the garage to be built like this in the first place. This problem was always going to happen. Now pedestrians have to walk into the road on a dangerous corner.
  • No footpath on seaside of Stanmore Bay Road, Whangaparaoa
    There is no foot path on one side of the road and as this side has a steep bank and has blind corners it is very unsafe for pedestrians including many school students to walk safely and or to cross to the footpath side where bus stops are located and the back entrance to the Whangaparaoa College. It was my understanding that it was a priority for footpaths to be completed around schools? Even if students took themselves to the front gate before crossing as there is no consistent footpath this also put them at risk. If we are going to achieve a community where parents are to feel safe about letting our kids walk/bike to school this can only be done of there are footpaths available. Whangaparaoa is a developed suburb that is not holiday place any more that deserves better for its residents.
  • Dangerous pot hole
    West bound lane has pot hole on narrow portion of road as you go over bridge. Vehicles are swerving to miss it and narrowly avoiding a head on collision due to the narrow bridge
  • street lights out
    6th night running no street lights.Why hast any thing been done about it. This is not the first notice. Phone me with update
  • Street lighting not working.
    The street light just outside my house on the Peek Street side is not working. Needs to be fixed as is a security risk to cars parked around the area and also to pedestrians walking around at night. Other street lights around the area are working.
  • street lights not working
    this is the 5th night running that street lights in Chantal Place, Fairdale ave and settlement road that we have no lights. nothing getting done about it, very unsafe, dangerous
  • Yellow Lines needed on the side of the road.
    It is very dangerous for us coming out of the driveway and wanting to turn right because when cars are parked on the side of the road it is very hard for us to see cars coming down the hill and it can create potential crashes.
  • Trash in bus stop
    There is a lot of trash in the bus stop outside 26 Triton drive - drink cans, bits of paper shoved into gaps in the shelter etc.
  • Park lighting broken - Taylor's Park, Mt Eden
    Both lights in Taylor's Park aren't working
  • Pot Holes3 update
    Uneven road, many potholes
  • Street lighting1 update
    Street lighting on Fred Taylor Drive between Northside Drive and Hailes Road not going - has been out for several weeks - very dark, and dangerous especially trying to go into properties and speed limit along this stretch is 80kph so traffic travels a bit faster
  • Very dark and scary footpath
    Hi, just noticed that lights were placed onto Jenanne Place but the spot where the entrance to Wanita reserve footpath remains so dark and feels so unsafe. They did put up a new sign over the footpath but more importantly is lighting as it could lead to accidents. This is a downhill path from Jenanne and I have seen some older people trip and fall on the way down to the reserve.
  • Uneven road (dip) on Great North Road
    Going down Great North Rd, at the ped crossing outside the school is a dip in the road, as trucks and trailers go over it the load crashes and bangs unnecessarily, waking residents (such as myself) in the middle of the night, the whole house shakes when it happens.
  • Pedestrain Underpass/bridge for school students at Silverdale primary.
    Please can a pedestrian underpass or bridge across millwater park roadway be constructed for school children to safely cross the road. At present there have been news items and 'mums' protest about cars running red lights. A pedestrian underpass, or pedestrian bridge, will improve traffic congestion along millwater parkway before / after school hours.
  • Light sequencing
    The roads have metal detecting loops - if there's no cars on bankside road, or school road, please adjust light sequence to give priority to through traffic on Millwater Parkway.
  • Wet patch on foot path
    Permanent wet patch on foot path, not leaking from watercare nor privately. Suspect ground water.
  • xtra
    The repeated rego. numbered cars are obstructing to go in and to come out from the driveway. this evening from 5.20 onwards more than 35 minutes 25% of drive way was blocking and might be still not moved yet. please fix it.
  • Litter on the street
    Hi. I just wanted to report that there is a lot of litter on the road as you enter Norrie Smith Avenue, Flatbush. These include bottles, cans, paper and a mattress. Can this issue please be looked at. Thank you.
  • Litter on the street
    Hi. I just wanted to report that there is a lot of litter on Penion drive, Flatbush as you enter the street. These include bottles, cans and papers. Can this problem be fixed. Thank You.
  • Potholes and bad Corrugation
    Bad Corrugation on the road, needs to be fixed
  • Short Phase Traffic Light Turning Right from Tristram
    There was a short phase right turn light at 11.10am this morning which only let through one other car and our own turning on to Forrest Hill Road from Tristram Ave.
  • Car Repeatedly Parking on Berm
    This car is constantly parking on the berm outside my property, churning up the grass, making it patchy and difficult to mow (particularly when covered by the car). It also obscures the view of the road from my driveway. The car is often there before 7am and after 7pm, and on occasion, all day. The road is of a good width (as evidenced by the other cars that leave all 4 wheels on the tarmac), and there is no excuse for having to continually park on the berm.
  • Speeding traffic
    Traffic travels down this road at speed (it is used as a 'rat run' to avoid Glendale Rd). The road is a narrow, residential zone, with access pathways to the local primary school and kindergarten.
  • Wobbling cycle stand
    This stand is wobbly and needs fixing please
  • Red Light runners
    Cars driving north through The Furlong intersection don't look at lights next to them but further up road at Glenora Rd. Lights turn red at The Furlong but 50metres up Gr South Rd the Glenora Rd lights are still green. This causes a hazard for pedestrians about to cross at The Furlong
  • Street Lights are Remaining On 24/7
    Something is wrong with the Switching Gear as the Street Lights have been remaining on since Xmas.
  • short phasing in morning traffic
    Traffic lights short phasing on Friday morning around 830am creating a massive backlog of traffic along great north road, backing up to Glendene.
  • Speeding in Juliet, Howick
    Drivers are doing excessive speeding down Juliet Ave, Howick. Not only is it extremely loud, but extremely dangerous. It's almost like drivers feel like they have to try and pick up speed as soon as the enter the road from the east side and gun it as quickly as they possibly can. This is very concerning as it's completely unsafe for kids walking remotely close to the side of the road, nevermind crossing the road. Something needs to be done here - be it a speedbump or even a speeding camera. Please consider this to a great degree of urgency.
  • street lights are not working
    Can you please fix the street lights? the two lights between No40 and No46 Moncrieff Ave Clendon Park. That two street lights are out for a long time. It leaves large parts of road and foot path in the dark.
  • Cars parked across footpath - Puka St
    Cars regularly park over the footpath on Puka St. There is no grass berm between the footpath and the road so cars that park half over the road are directly on the footpath. The footpath is already narrow and filled with obstacles (telephone poles, bins on rubbish day etc). Pedestrians often use the road to walk the whole length because of the number of obstructions. Two examples of cars are shown in the picture - left hand foreground and right hand background.
  • Street sealing is breaking up
    Street resealed in Oct. Tar melting, stones chips loose and are being flicked up by vehicles and causing safety hazard to peds. Also street is on a slope and weekly rubbish/recycling truck is making the situation worse. It is ripping up the surface. Stone chips are being carried into residents homes, due to soft tar, on shoes, car tyres etc. Other residents are experimenting the same problems.
  • Need Yellow No Parking Lines on Lucia Glade
    Hi Can we please request the council to paint yellow lines on one side of Lucia Glade up to the area beside the Our Lady of Fatima presbytery? During mass times, people park on both sides of the street. This causes traffic congestion and a risk in case of emergency when fire trucks or police cars need to get inside the area. The parish priest has been told that putting traffic cones on the street even just during mass times is not permitted as it is council property. We look forward to your kind consideration. regards
  • Need traffic lights intersection westney road and kirkbride road1 update
    Very dangerous and heavy traffic flow area needs traffic lights to reduce accidents and near misses.
  • road flooding1 update
    attached is the reason why there was flooding, I went passed this spot on the howick & eastern bus about 9am Sunday morning after the big rains had stopped the flooding was at least 1/3 way across great south road, since most of the buses now have radio contact with their base, it surprises me that the base does not have a "hot line" so they can report it to Auckland City.C. and it can be cleared of the flood before it stops raining. The address is outside 216 not 224 as I reported on this web site yesterday.
  • Great south toad flooded greenlane
    Round about 224 great south road outside Laura fergerson trust
  • overgrown trees obstruciting path
    properties 69 & 71 Malvern road both have trees obstructing more than 50% of the path. At least one of the properties is tenanted and they dont seem interested in doing any maintenance
  • Sinkhole forming
    There is a hole approx 6 inches wide approx 12 inches away from the edge of a grate across a culvert in the road directly opposite my driveway (straight outside 43 Codrington Cres). Whilst small now there is nothing underneath so it looks like a sinkhole is forming that could become dangerous.
  • Crack
    Some crack/ damage on the side of the pavement.photo attached.
  • Recommend installing traffic lights in this dangerous intersection
    I want to strongly recommend the Auckland Council to install traffic lights in this dangerous intersection. As I write this letter, there has just been a serious car accident at this intersection. This is an intersection which does not have traffic lights. It has a high volume of traffic, especially through Gladstone Rd and St Stephens Ave. The layout of the intersection is unconventional, therefore drivers are often confused as to who has the right of way. Cars turning into Gladstone Rd from Takutai Street (or St Stephens Ave) has to look for traffic in three directions, and I have had a couple close calls myself. This intersection is right next to Parnell District School, and it poses a danger to the children attending the primary school. I look forward to hearing back from you. Thank you.
  • Dangerous/Slippery Utility Grate
    There is a dangerous utility grate in front of 2A Diamond Street in Eden Terrace that becomes extremely slippery when wet. Because it is located on a steep hill in the middle of a narrow footpath, it is easy for people to slip and fall. Some sort of non-slip coating would be appreciated.
  • Broken Footpath opposite 18 Goodwood Drive
    The large Tree needs to be Cut Down. It causes Leave Problems in the Winter, plus the Roots have broken up the Footpath and it is now a Serious Safety Hazard. Please cut down Tree ASAP and Fix Footpath and all us neighbours will be happy.
  • Install traffic lights
    -T junction between ramp road and sunset road is extremely dangerous and extremely busy in mornings and afternoons. With the lack of driving confidence of more than half of the drivers using the road, it is made even more dangerous. There is a lack of the understanding that while all traffic coming along sunset rd and wanting to turn left on ramp rd, a driver from ramp rd waiting to turn right on sunset can go, while still being mindful of traffic on sunset road. However if traffic on sunset wanting to turn right on ramp rd, do not wait behind the line, drivers from ramp rd aren't able to turn right on sunset. -Sunset road carries a huge amount of cars in both directions coming from unsworth heights, east coast road and sycamore dr and cars do go very fast, not leaving big enough gaps to take turns out of ramp rd onto sunset rd. -The fast speed of cars also contributes to not seeing a smaller car traveling along sunset behind a bigger vehicle, for example van or truck, the truck turns left onto ramp rd and if a driver from ramp rd doesn't pay close attention the smaller speeding car "jumps" out from behind the turning truck. If the driver from ramp rd is already started to turn right onto sunset rd, you are toast. Please please please can a solutions for a better intersection be found please please, have been traveling this route for years now and it's getting more and more dangerous.
  • Overgrown traffic lights
    On c/o Rosedale and bush rd, on the corner by the daycare centre, traffic lights is overgrown by tree branch and leaves
  • Traffic Lights needed at Intersection with Harrison Rd & Ellerslie-Panmure Hwy
    With development of the new Sommerset resthome and the ever-growing commercial headquarters on Harrison Road this intersection is often very busy. Once the resthome is opened there will be even more demand on this already busy junction. Traffic lights are desperatley needed here.
  • Speeding cars - Speed hump request
    Victoria Street gets used as a cut through from Mt Smart Road to Church Street and/or Neilson Street. The road appears to be widest between Mt Smart road and Arthur Street roundabout. Cars are regularly speeding up and down the street and its quite dangerous to get out of your car if you park on the street. Peoples cars are getting side swiped too (unknown if reported)and one of the neighbours cars was written off while rear ended when it was parked. I have seem 3 car wing mirrors on the street in the last 2 months. Trucks are going far too fast down Victoria street too.
  • Traffic light turn right from nelson strret to cook street is off
    High priority. The right turn light from Nelson street to cook street,auckland central is off. Could AT fix it, please? I saw near miss accident on this intersection.Vehicle almost hit pedestrian From nelson street turn right to cook street, the right turn light is off
  • Speed bumps
    Hi there, growth and housing developments have greatly increase the number of vehicles using our road and using it dangerously by speeding. There is a school within 200m end of our street and a park which lots of children use. Cars regularly race through the chicanes (which look incomplete). I think speed bumps leading into the S bend near the park and on the downhill sections will make it much safer. We recently reported a car crash but the police were too busy to attend.
  • High crash zone in Intersection of Great North Road & Awaroa Rd2 update
    The intersection of Great North Road & Awaroa Road, Glendene requires attention. Since moving to the area in August, I've witnessed 6 car crashes, one of them serious. This intersection covers two lanes each side & a side street (Awaroa Rd). The biggest safety concern is the Right-turning traffic from Awaroa Rd onto Great North Rd, and the right-turning traffic from Great North Rd onto Awaroa Rd. Vehicles making a right-hand turn have to cross two lanes and watch for on-coming traffic. Traffic from Awaroa Rd have a 'Stop' sign, but this doesn't help. There's have been too many near misses. There are traffic lights at either end of Great North Road, which help with congestion a little. But doesn't help make it less dangerous. The logical approach would be to remove the right-hand turn from both Awaroa Rd and Great North Road. Lights will only make the congestion worse
  • CArs driving on the pavement
    Hi, I commute along universal drive Lincoln road and onto the the city bound motorway mon - fri at approx 6:15 am. For the last few weeks the traffic has got extremely congested. SO much so that cars are now mounting the pavement on Universal drive and driving up to the cut through at Tudor road. then once on Lincoln road there has been a massive increase in road rage incidents caused by motorists cutting in from the left lane to the right lane near the light at Triangle road. There is going to be a serious accident or serious incident here soon. The remedy I believe is to make both lanes on Lincoln road able to access the city bound link to the motorway easing the congestion and stopping the temptation for motorists to drive down the pavements. for a very short period of time earlier this year it was done and made a huge difference to the traffic flow and driver anger. If what I have explained isn't clear I'd be happy to come and explain my point in person. Yours very concerned Graham Bastow
  • St.Heliers Bay Rd. and St.John's Rd traffic lights
    Traffic lights on intersection of St.Heliers Bay road and St.John's Rd are working very weird.In particular,it is almost impossible to turn right from St.Johns. Rd to St.Heliers Bay Rd due to phasing for a right green light arrow is so long,taking up to 5 minites,therefore traffic building up on St.John's road.Some motorists are so impatient,so start performing dangerous manoeuvres.Please fix!
  • Parking off street on private road
    Hi iam a resident of 2E/18 joesph banks terrace, remura. We got one car park at cellar. So my partner uses that car park, so there are some car parks off the street, some of them showing conditions of parking (guest parking).. some of the car parks dont have any signage so iam using that car parks and i never had issues with the landlords but recently my building manager threating in a bad way which makes unsecured and panic. I asked him give some thing written that shows no parking, but he saying thats my order. Can you please advise me on this issue . If you need more information or pics i can submit. Thanks Murali 0221875277
  • Damaged footpath
    The fibre broadband cable company that recently installed into our street, damaged the footpaths with their heavy vehicles crossing onto the path. They know that we have seen them damage it, and told us they would reinstate it when they patched the holes where the cables are entered underground. They've done the surface of the holes, but not repaired the footpath.
  • motorist make it hard for pedestrians to stay on footpath
    this is a common problem how pedestrians have endanger their safety and walk on the road, but ACC would not know the meaning of safety.
  • Green traffic light is off
    One of the green traffic lights is off on the intersection of Hill Rd and Charles Prevost Dr (I've attached a Google Street View pointing to it). It's been off for about 2 months already and would be nice if it is fixed. Thanks!
  • Driving on the berm all the time
    Hi, The berm outside my property was in bad shape. A neighbour on the opposite side is always driving on the berm to park and reverse the car. We requested them several times not to drive as we are planning to put new grass. We have levelled half of the berm and planted new grass last weekend. The neighbour is still driving on it. We would appreciate it if the council can address this issue by issuing the occupant at 86, Tamahere Drive, Glenfield some kind of notice to desist from driving on the berm. Kind regards
  • Speeding on Mahoe Avenue
    As Mahoe Avenue is the only street that links Combes Rd and Manawa Rd and consequently Victoria Ave and Orakei Road, drivers tend to drive much faster than the speed limit on Mahoe Avenue to get to either of these feeding streets. As Mahoe Avenue is also a narrow street with cars parked on either side, the speeding cars are a danger to the walking school bus, people crossing the road and residents coming out of driveways. I believe that speed humps on the road would improve the safety of pedestrians and all drivers.
  • Phase very short
    When making a right turn out of plunket ave onto cavendish drive the phase lasts about 6 seconds, barely enough time to let through 3 cars. It is causing a big backlog and obviously people are just running the arrow through frustration.
  • Parked cars obstruct getting in and out
    Amherst Place, the part between house numbers 26 and 44, has often only narrow corridor left on the middle of the street for driving between parked cars on both sides of the road. It makes driving in and out from the property for the residents very challenging. Also, the high congestion of the parked cars makes the street look quite "ghetto-ish". The majority of the cars belong to visitors that do not want to park their cars tiny bit further, without obstructing the traffic, and walk an extra one minute to the house. I pledge for disallowing car parking on one side of that street and hope that this will be reviewed by Auckland Transport.
  • Missing cobblestone
    One of the cobblestones is missing from the footpath outside 472 Queen Street (just between Le Garde-Manger restaurant and the next shop).
  • New Traffic Light
    Over the past few years, there have been several near misses in the traffic coming from the HarrowGlen subdivision merging to Oteha Valley Rd. A traffic light should be in place to control the flow of traffic to mitigate any accident from happening.
  • Serious uneven roading surface around pedestrian crossing
    The road surface around the pedestrian crossing on Meola Road is really uneven and not pleasant to drive over. This has been the case for a number of years.
  • Blown street lamp light1 update
    Blown bulb in street light between no. 10 & 12 Massey ace.
  • Carparking Wernham Place
    Car parking down the bottom of Wernham Place is very poor - there are new houses but no additional on-street parking. There is a grass verge outside number 27 Wernham place - suggest grass verges are turned into carparks.
  • Street lighting on Wernham Rd is very poor
    Street lighting is very poor, not enough light at night at the bottom of Wernham Place which is a saftey hazard and dangerous for parked cars.
  • the street light is not working
    The street light on 81A Killybegs Drive, Pinehill 0632 has not been working for several days.
  • Left turn arrows not working
    When coming down Remuera Rd to turn left into St Marks Rd both traffic lights at the corner of Remuera Rd/St Marks Rd are not showing the green left turn arrow. This has not been working for at least a month.
  • Speed Bumps
    Hi I work at Mt Roskill Early Childhood Centre which is located on Somerset Road in Mt Roskill. This is a busy street at times as it links families with not only our centre but the other campus schools aswell. The problem we are finding is that we have a number of cars speeding around the corner and towards the centre which has caused frequent near misses from people exiting our carpark. The vison from our carpark is obstructed by vehicles parked on the shoulder so we do have trouble seeing cars which are coming. And if they are coming at speed then a collision could be imminent. It is worrying having cars speeding around our street as we also have pedestrians who walk their children to preschool, we were hoping perhaps speed bumps could be put in place around our street to help control the speed at which cars are travelling past our preschool. This would be relevant to Frost Road as well where the primary school is located as vehicles travel down the hill at high speeds before coming to a school crossing!! Any help or ideas to help reduce speed around our schools would be greatfully recieved
  • Repeated incidences of burnouts and racing up road
    Roseanne Rd, Manurewa. People are using this road to practice their wheel spinning. Especially on the weekend we get repeated incidences of wheel spinning, white smoke, incredible noise, even had someone drifting and crashing into a tree. It's a child-dense neighbourhood with a primary school just 100m away. It is so dangerous. People also use this road as a shortcut to avoid Coxhead Roundabout and consequently drive far too quickly around the streets. Please can you install a speedhump? We're all fed up with the noise and smoke and speed.
  • Safe crossing needed
    The intersection of Mt. Albert Rd. and Alberton is very busy. In the morning and at the end of the school day, there are lots of young people walking to and from school. Many jay walk across Mt. Albert Rd. In the morning, a bus drops students on the west side of the road. Even when there was a traffic island further down, they never used it. My heart is in my mouth sometimes. Please, please, please put in traffic lights at the intersection or a light-controlled pedestrian crossing to the LEFT of the T-junction on Mt. Albert Rd. (towards Owairaka) and don't just put back the traffic islands. Please!
  • urgent!!!! 2 x traffic lights go green at same time!!!!!!
    the lights on tower hill go green to drive left, straight, and right, at the same time as the lights going green on the other side of whangaparaoa road coming out of the pacific plaza. i have nearly had a crash multiple times and have had many witnesses to this. It is ridiculous and has been like this for as long as i remember and is highly dangerous to drivers who are not aware of the issue.
  • Not working
    Street light opposite 20 Laud Avenue Ellerslie not working
  • Traffic speed in Fowlds Avenue, Sandringham
    Traffic speed and volume in Fowlds Avenue is becoming more of an issue with vehicles using it as a thoroughfare between St Lukes road and Mt Albert. There are several Schools just off Fowlds Ave and a school girl was recently seriously injured. We have witnessed several near misses. Can the council investigate the use of speed bumps etc as a means of better controlling traffic speed on this road.
  • Street light out3 update
    Street light outside 64 and 66 Intrepid Crescent has been out for approx 1 month
  • Accident Prone
    Hi there, I just want to report that there are too many parked vehicles on Joseph Rd causing issues. Sometimes the driver who's turning left from Hirimate Pl to Joseph St can't see the incoming vehicle as the view is being blocked by parked vehicles. On the T section of Thomas Rd and Joseph St, vehicles are turning right to Joseph St from Thomas Rd usually taking the middle lane as there's no divider on the Rd. If both drivers are rushing accident may occur. Please do something about it before anyone gets hurt. Thanks.
  • Poor / broken lighting on path under Central Park Dr
    Pedestrian / cycle path under Central Park Dr is poorly lit. There is a single working light under the bridge, the other 2 lights no longer work. There is also no lighting on the path on either side of the bridge. At night this is very hazardous as the single light under the bridge ruins night vision, but then there is no lighting as you continue along the path.
  • pavement repair
    Hole has been roughly dug in concrete around powerpole outside 101 rockfield rd for earlier repair to phone lines perhaps. Approx 2sq ft, with rubble inadequately backfilled over damage. Had been approx 6 weeks since damage done to relatively new pavement, and no sign of repair. Needs new concrete patch layed.
  • Traffic Light Post Damaged for over 4 weeks
    Please fix the Bent Traffic Light Pole on the Insection.It is a disgrace why this has not been repaired earlier.
  • Street lighting not working/broken
    Street light between #11 and #13 has been out for a week or so. It is also slightly leaning (as if someone has hit it).
  • Traffic Lights Short phasing
    Traffic light for traffic coming from Reeves across onto South Eastern - Lights at Ti Rakau Short phasing for this direction in Morning Peak time Between 7.30-8.30 am causing huge congestion and delays.
  • truck parking at night too close to driveway
    Hello for the past few nights a truck CWQ 626 (blue)has parked on the road by the entrance of our driveway. He does not leave any space for entry or exit. Last night he parked right at the edge of pavement. So when you drive out you do not see the oncoming traffic!
  • truck parking at night too close to driveway
    Hello for the past few nights a truck CWQ 626 (blue)has parked on the road by the entrance of our driveway. He does not leave any space for entry or exit. Last night he parked right at the edge of pavement. So when you drive out you do not see the oncoming traffic!
  • Speeding car - children cannot cross road safely
    McLeod Road is one of the busiest in Te Atatu South and there are so many speeding cars all day and night. We live towards the soccer club end of McLeod and with all the apartments at the end of the road the speed and volume of traffic is the biggest concern. I often have to help school children cross the road before and after school as there are too many cars for them to cross the road safely and cars are going far to fast. Many times I have seen some very close calls with cars speeding and school children crossing. Boy racers have races up and down the street which further puts the public at risk. It's not just a couple of people speeding its the majority. Most of the other neighbouring streets have speed bumps or islands that narrow the road - why can this not be done down McLeod Road? This will surely help the cars slow down. Please do something about this to help reduce the speed of cars before there are serious accidents.
  • Pothole perennial breakout
    Right on a bend; nasty surprise that revisits the unwary driver. THERE'S a worst one outside entrance to Gull petrol station, Whenuapai on Brigham Creek Road.
  • Road subsiding danger. Road drainage issue
    on Wairere Rd - on the right past Mildon, the gutters on the left are too small and are not cleared, the road contour leans to the right (towards my land). Part of the side of the road has an enormous crack - about 3 metres long. 1 metre wide. That part, and a lot more with visible cracks is going to cause a landslide down the hill, destroying native bush/trees and potentially kill someone, or dump the hill on my house. Further down towards Mildon - on the same side (again bordering my land) a power pole is leaning, again land subsidence caused this - due to above reasons (all my land is being saturated and looking to subside - knocking down bush, landing on people, animals & buildings). That pole will go - falling down onto my land/bush & cottage below it. It will also knock out power to some 60 other properties. My land is in the foothills of Waitakere Ranges, 15 Mildon Rd - the bush is supposed to be protected by me - let alone council. Either they change the contour of the road or make huge drainage to cope with lots of rain we get here, put in retaining walls, or in sections at a time of that road is going to subside - slipping down hill and clearing native trees & bush with it. Real danger to my home, family also. Previous attempt to divert the water - tiny little tar bump is clearly not working, and small uncleared gutter on other side is completely inadequate - and now a slip in many places looks imminent. Think this problem is council, road transport, vector, gutter maintenance. Lot more cost effective to properly fix now, and overt further expense, risk to bush, people and animals. Problem spans at least 500 metres in length
  • street light on permanently
    Hi The street light between 2B and 2C Hoskins Ave Hillsborough has been on all day and night for over a week now. Can someone please check to see if there is a fault. the light shines into my dining room during the day and it is getting annoying. thanks
  • Visibility issues onto a busy road
    Fisher Crescent, Mt Wellington, Auckland Fisher Crescent is a busy Road with a lot of businesses. We have had more than a few near hits with cars exiting our business driveway onto Fisher Crescent, there is a lack of visibility due to vehicles parking close to the drive causing a blind spot, we would like yellow lines. We have made our staff aware of this issue when parking in the area or exiting the car-park. Vehicles also park on the intersection of Ponui Place causing visibility issues.
  • Bus Shelter Request
    A bus shelter is needed on Onewa Road near Park Avenue heading towards the city. I had contacted the Council on this issue previously and was told that the pavement was too narrow to place a bus shelter there. Now that the Onewa Road upgrade has been completed, the pavement has been significantly widened making it a suitable site for a shelter. This bus stop is very popular during peak times and seems to be the only bus stop on onewa road heading city bound without a shelter.
  • Keep Clear zone at Park Ave
    The residents of Park Ave in Northcote need a Keep clear as morning traffic is queued right down onewa road in the morning heading to the city, making it impossible to turn right heading up towards schools in Highbury. I notice that Aorangi Place has a Keep Clear in place. This is a safety issue as more visibility is needed as Onewa Road is now a 4 lane road.
  • Street Lights not operating
    At 3am on 8th of August there was a huge thunder clap here which may have something to do with these lights above & below Jackson Place intersection & down Jackson Place not working since.
  • naughtycar at stonedon drive East Tamaki
    When is a footpath a footpath or a car park?
  • still no action on slippry steel at Panmure train station
    Goes between panmure train station and number 5 bus stop.
  • forced to walk on road, as not wearing gumboats
    Big puddles on footpath, between 23 Margot street & Clyde street.
  • Road Clean-up Requested– Rotting Vegetation
    Trees along Gordon Road have left branches and vegetation on the road which has started to decompose and has become very slippery for vehicles using the road / road side parking. Can we please have the council clean this up? Best time for this would be before 7:30am, after 5pm or during the weekend when road side parking is not in use.
  • Street lighting has been out for months
    Street lighting on Beatrice Tinsley Cres has been out for months, the street is very dark. This street has a large amount of through traffic and needs better visibility
  • Street light not working since heavy rain
    The street light outside 43 Kirby Street is not working. I am not sure when it failed but during the heavy rain a few weeks ago the storm water level reached the base of the pole and may have caused a short. Please be careful.
  • Street light not working
    The street light outside 3 amuri place has not been working for the past 3 months making the cul-de-sac extremely dark at night. Please fix A.S.A.P as it is becoming a safety issue for the area.
  • Light on the street not working1 update
    The light on the street is not working since the storm a few weeks ago. Could you please fix it as my wife gets scared when she is home alone.
  • Car park exiting in all directions - likely to cause crashes
    The car parks of Countdown, New World, Muffin Break and the video shop are close together and all face each other. On-street parking is here as well. Cars leaving the parks can all turn left and right. A serious crash is likely to occur between left and right turning cars. Please put signage in to make all these exits left-turn only.
  • Driveway badly concreted
    Looks like the owners have taken it upon themselves to create a ramp from the street onto the footpath and have made a messy job of it. There is a hole allowing some water to drain through but with recent heavy rains it's causing problems in the street.
  • Slip pad danerous while wet (during raining)
    Dear Auckland Transport, The attached photo was taken nearest Ellerslie -Panmure highway. Now I know you absolutely hate fixing slippery footpaths, but I really think that sometimes some people have to make a dash to catch a bus this "slip pad" goes from the corner of Panmure train~bus interchange station (approx south western corner of the building) to where a bus door would if there was a bus at #5 stop (#1 & #2 been assigned to the train stops) (#2 & #3 assigned for bus stops for either Pakuranga or Ellerslie direction
  • Traffic light about to fall off
    The overhead traffic lights facing the westbound traffic at Stoddard Road and Glenarm Avenue has gradually twisted around over the past 2 months, and is now 90 degrees off, facing the shopping centre exit. The entire panel of lights have occasionally stopped working and seems to be pushing against the eastbound light mounted behind it, making it move too. It may be in danger of falling off onto traffic below, particularly with high winds, and should be repaired immediately. Not to mention it's probably confusing exiting shoppers, displaying a completely wrong phase.
  • Water mains access cover
    My partner stepped off the grass to avoid the recycling bin on the pavement outside 72C Carlisle Road and stepped onto the oval ?water mains cover which his leg went directly through up to his knee causing injury. The cover was not on properly (like others in the street) and could not be replaced securely. The injury meant we could not continue our walk due to pain.
  • Broken glass in bus stop
    Someone has broken a glass bottle in bus stop 4145 at 19 Triton Drive, Albany.
  • Parking on footpath and berm
    I got a 40 dollar ticket for parking on berm, why doesn't the council come down to alma crescent Papakura and ticket the black Subaru that parks daily on the footpath and berm. Fairs fare I say!
  • slip pad photo
    lets see if this works this time
  • Speed bumps needed
    We have so many people speeding up the whole of Ennis Ave and the streets coming off it (like La Trobe). Someone once killed themselves coming around a corner hitting a tree, numerous pets have been hit by fast drivers, our car was written off (was parked on the street) last weekend as someone lost control around the corner, burn outs are the usual from young hoons... The list goes on. It's a very long street and has a school on it ... I think it's about time speed bumps are placed along it as it's quite dangerous and I can foresee a child being hit. Unsure if I'm on the wrong site to report this or not! If I am, sorry. Many thanks
  • Street light
    This street light has been flickering for over1 year. I have reported it before. We had a truck broken into 3 weeks ago and sure it is due to the lighting. Could you please get this fixed as it is a very dark patch of the street with a park opposite. Thanking you
  • Trucks parked across my deiveway
    There are many houses being built near my own and many share a large driveway. On countless occasions I have been blocked in and cannot leave my house as the driveway is blocked by trucks and cars from the construction sites. This is extremely inconvenient as it is stopping me from getting to work. The property managers need to be more in control of this and ensure everyone still have access to and from the road.
  • Short phasing at top of Ayr Street
    I have been driving this route for over 10 years, along Shore Rd, up Ayr St and into The Domain. The phasing was the same length for many years and worked pretty well to move the traffic swiftly through. More recently the phasing is being changed to short bursts. The queue of cars gets so long it goes all the way back along Shore road causing a real hold-up. THIS PHASING RESULTS IN MUCH SLOWER TRAFFIC MOVEMENT! As Ayr St is quite steep, getting the traffic started each time the light turns green is slow adding precious time, so doing it less often and keeping the momentum of movement going is the best option. The clog-up of cars and the time it takes is the evidence. It's taking an extra 5 mins with the short phasing. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE change it back to long phasing and leave it be! "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!"
  • Lights not detecting or slow to detect vehicles
    Traffic lights sometimes don't detect vehicles turning right from Edmonton road onto central park drive, also in mornings very slow detecting traffic turning from central park drive onto Edmonton road.
  • Cars parked too close to intersection
    The intersection of Coronation Road and Hillcrest Ave is an accident waiting to happen. When approaching Coronation Rd from Hillcrest Ave, cars are often parked within about 5m of the intersection on the hill which means you have to swing out wide to avoid them. You cannot see other cars that are turning into Hillcrest Ave because of the layout of the road and the fact that its on a hill. There have been several near misses. Additionally, when you reach the top of Hillcrest ave to turn right or left into Coronation, there are always multiple cars parked close to the intersection on the right hand side (in Coronation Road) preventing drivers from seeing approaching traffic coming up Coronation Road. It is especially bad from 3pm when traffic in the area increases because of the schools located close by. It would be great to either get people to park their cars a bit further away from the intersection, or put lights here.
  • Large Open Pothole
    There is a large open pothole in the street, which is growing each day due to heavy vehicle traffic.
  • No parking lines required on dangerous corner
    Vehicles parking on road side near blind corner mean traffic must cross the centre line. It is also very dangerous for residents reversing out of or entering driveway when a car rounds the bend without slowing. 30km sign plus mirror would also help to slow traffic
  • Street lights not working
    The street lights in Astor Pl and Waldof Cres Orewa have been out for over a week.
  • Traffic Signals on Ormiston running to maximum green without demand
    On any given day at any given time for traffic using Chapel Rd (in either direction) the traffic in Chapel Rd just sits there waiting for the signals for Ormiston road on green to change. Ormiston in both directions for the full green just goes forever until it runs out to a ridiculously long maximum green phase. Fine if there was traffic in Ormiston Rd triggering the loops in Ormiston Rd to keep the signals green, however its not the case and everyone just waits forever in Chapel Rd (both sides) traffic backed up back over the small bridge to the north of the intersection toward the dangerous bend on Chapel by the church all waiting for nothing running on Ormiston Rd. Been like it for over a month now just hopeless and now people are simply driving through red lights or doing manoeuvre's around traffic islands to duck into Ormiston and out again, Stupid accident promoting stuff I grant you however its caused by signals that AT or their techs have fiddled with and have not monitored - yet again! By all means have a good Max Green phase when there is continual demand on a main corridor, however if there is a 10 gap with no traffic at all the green phases should drop to amber red and deliver a green phase to waiting traffic in Chapel Rd. Auckland has most of its traffic congestion simply because of stuff like this.
  • Chip seal breaking up and loose chip on road
    Huia Road on the hill beside Nihoputu Dam was resealed 2 or 3 months ago. The new seal started breaking up almost straight away. There is a lot of loose chip on the road being flicked up by cars-our car windscreen was broken by a stone thrown up by another car. The road needs sweeping immediately (and regularly)and the surface needs resealing.
  • Lights not working1 update
    Street lights have been off for weeks, repaired & worked for a night or 2 but off again for weeks now.
  • Dangerous pedestrian crossing1 update
    The pedestrian crossing on St John's Rd near the corner of Ipswich is very dangerous. The crossing is just to the left of Ipswich and often cars turning left are too busy watching the traffic to notice people waiting at the crossing. I have nearly been hit twice here -once while pushing a pram. I have also seen at least one accident, where a car has suddenly stopped upon noticing the crossing, only to be back-ended. Is it possible to move this further down the street so it is a bit safer?
  • Visibility of St John's Rd
    When cars are parked on St John's Rd, close to the east corner of Dorchester and St John's, it can be impossible to see around them when you are trying to turn right out of Dorchester. Often cars pull out on this busy road without full visibility and there have been a number of accidents at this spot. Is it possible to extend the yellow no-parking line eastward for another few metres? It would make a big difference to safety
  • Street Lights on Day and Night
    The street lights on this section of road (and down the walkway) are on day and night. This has been going on for approximately 2 weeks.
  • Pothole near lefthand turn
    There is a HUGE pothole been made on the left hand turn from Popes Road into Porchester Road by the Stop sign. It is close to the road and my car has fallen in it before. Please fix
  • Street lights not working
    Have raised this several times and they get fixed for one day and then stop working again. Sapphire Place Bayview, the lights at the end of the street near to #32.
  • Street lights not working1 update
    In the region of 203 Vipond Rd Whangaparaoa
  • All street lighting on Brook st not working
    All street lighting on Brook st not working
  • Tarseal breaking up adjacent to speed bump on Oak Tree avenue
    Adjacent to a speed bump, the seal is breaking up, and with the amount of cars / buses passing this bump, it will soon turn into a hole, which could end up damaging vehicles trying to negotiate the speed bump.
  • Large pothole in Howe St
    Deep and dangerous pothole near top of Howe St, next to building site
  • Speed Bumps
    There is a great need for speed bumps to be put in our street, as it is used as a loop road to bypass glengarry road we get a lot of boy racers skidding all the way up the street. There total disregard for the residents and the public astounds not only me but several neighbours. The issue has been raised with the Glen Eden Police on several occassions. We have several young families in our street, will it take one of them to be killed to get action. In winter our street and neighbouring streets such as kashmir road and Nandana drive are used by these by these little hooligans as their personal drag strip, we need speed bumps to discourage their actions and make our streets safer please
  • Uneven, narrow, broken up footpath with overgrown grass and weed "wall"
    The area I am referring to is Beach Road, Browns Bay, from Aria Bay rest home going up the hill. The path is very narrow (not helped when Jim's Mowing doing landscaping on the new area of Aria Bay park completely on the footpath!). The path is cracked and in pieces all the way along. There is a "wall" on the inside of the path which makes it impossible for people going in opposite directions to pass each other without walking on the road, and this is often overgrown.
  • Street light blown
    Street light has been out for weeks
  • not registering car arriving at intersection
    Travel through these in early hours of morning (2am - 5am). In the past you would arrive at the chapel road lights, and they would change within a minute. But since they removed the trees along Ormiston road to start the development you have to wait a few minutes or until at least four cars have arrived on chapel road at the intersection. Occurs every morning.
  • Street lights going on and off intermittently
    The street lights have been going on and off intermittently over the last few nights. This is a busy stretch of road and people tend to go to fast and a pedestrian could get bowled over with the street lighting being out.
  • Street full of leaves
    Matuku Place in Papatoetoe has piles of leaves up to a foot thick from trees on council verge. As rubbish collectors will not take bags of leaves could the council please send a street sweeper to clean them up. They look horrendous. Thank you
  • Missing street light
    A street light was removed from a pole which has been there for many years due to the arm it was on was rotting. When this light, which lights up the rough road which is one way was replaced it was removed within one day.I believe that someone complained and contacted the council and it was removed within 24 hours of being replaced.The local people now will not walk along the street at night drive as it is not safe to walk when you cannot see the ups and downs in the road. Could this light please be replaced with a shade on the fitting so it does give light on the road but does not shine directly into the houses.
  • corrugating and potholes1 update
    Beach St, Sandspit is in terrible condition. it has not been graded recently and now has little metal on it, is corrogated, and has an increasing number of potholes
  • lights not working
    at least 4 lights not working in Ridge View Crescent, Anselmi Ridge subdivision
  • Short Phasing (4 car) - Ormiston Rd to Chapel Road, Right turn, evenings (5pm-8pm ish)
    Issue: Short Phasing. Lets approximately 4 cars through per cycle. Location: Right turn from Ormiston Road to Chapel Road. Time observed: Weekday evenings (5pm-8pm ish) Reason for reporting issue: Short traffic light phasing is causing right turning traffic from Ormiston Rd to Chapel Rd to bank up apparently unnecessarily (other traffic queues at the intersection are short)
  • Cut through during morning and evening peak causing risk to life
    our street is residential with many young families, pets etc. it is also the first street that gives access to the northern end of Point Chevalier. With the work on the waterview connection and St Luke's motorway, great North Road is becoming more and more congested during rush hour. So the number of vehicles using Riro Street as a cut through has now increased to a dangerous level. I can only see this issue becoming worse as the traffic volume increases when these connections are completed. The street also has a blind corner which many treat as a racing challenge. This combined with the fact that everyone is in a rush either to or from work, means it is only a matter time before there is a serious accident. What is the process for getting the council to look into this properly, ideally with a view to installing measures which either deter people using the road as a cut through or at least slow them down when they do?
  • Hindering Traffic
    At the intersection of Trugood Drive and Cryers Road, East Tamaki, you can either turn left or right. Most traffic turns right to go to the Highbrook onramp of the motorway. People generally wait patiently to turn right, however, there is an increasing number of impatient, inconsiderate drivers who bypass this by turning left, doing a u-turn and then driving straight down Cryers Road, causing a hinderance to the traffic waiting to turn right. This causes longer delays for patient drivers who are trying to do the right thing. At the other end of Trugood Drive where it intersects with Ti Rakau Drive, it is a free left turn or a traffic light controlled right turn. In the evenings, people wait patiently to turn left, but others bypass this, going through the lights when they go green to turn right - by turning left and causing near misses because the person legally turning left, is not expecting anyone to be coming from the right, as all traffic is stopped from that direction. Police have been notified about both ends of Trugood Drive, but the Council needs to do something about it, as it is getting worse.
  • Cnr Kiwi Tamaki & Roscommon roads wiri
    Since the traffic lights have been installed/changed its extremely irritating when turning from roscommon into kiwi tamaki from manukau end or turning from kiwi tamaki into roscommon turning either epway. You can sometimes sit through the lights changing for other traffic except for the turning. Sometimes having to back up and forward multiple times to try to activate the sensor. Now tjere is the prison so even more cars and other vehicles using it, but still extremely delated wait times.
  • millhouse and botany road traffic lights
    Turning right from millhouse road into botany road. Traffic light timing is 7 seconds, has been happening for the last week. Traffic backs to to orangewood drive in the mornings.
  • Large potholes at 41 and 37 Wilma rd
    There are very large potholes at approximately 37 Wilma rd as well as large subsidence of the road at 41 Wilma rd
  • No lights working in Botany Downs
    Apparently this happened last weekend also (although it maybe not so wide spread)Highland park to howick to point view drive to botany road and at least down to botany town centre all street lights out.
  • Metal Road - wearing out and developing potholes
    Kiwi Road is a rural metal road, over the past few weeks with traffic and weather the road has deteriorated and potholes are developing. Is it possible to get some metal put down and the road graded before the winter? Please note for some reason the last time the road had metal applied 3+ years ago the contractor only did part of the road, can you please ensure that the whole road is done if possible please.
  • Street lights out for entire street
    Street lights not working on entire Noeleen Street. Not working for 3 consecutive nights
  • Traffic lights change way too fast - Right hand turn - Stanley Street onto Alten Rd.
    Hi there I work in the CBD and on my journey into town I have to turn Right from Stanley Street, into Alten Road - I have been using this route for over a month now, and each morning (approx 8.20am) I have observed that the Green light arrow only lasts for 7 seconds approx - only enough for 3 or 4 cars to move Right from Stanley Street into Alten Road. Very, very frustrating if you're the 5th car along etc!! You then have to wait about 4 minutes or so before the Green arrow appears again. This also has a flow on effect of backing cars up in the Right hand turning lane, and the cars further back then ‘spill’ out into the 'straight' lane that heads cars onto the Motorways (because not many cars can turn Right in the time available at the Green turning arrow from Stanley onto Alten...the root of the problem). The duration needs to be extended for the timing of the Right hand turning Green arrow from Stanley Street into Alten Road. Thanks you – from all those who use this set of traffic lights.
  • Speed limit sign needed
    As there is no speed sign between the Beachlands/ Maraetai roundabout and Te Puru Park it is difficultt to determine the speed limit. There is one as you exit Maraeti indicating an 80 k zone but not one that I have seen in the opposite direction.
  • Overdue completion of road construction - road dangerous
    Road construction started in early January at Verrans Corner intersections and roundabout in Birkdale, Auckland, immediately adjacent to the bus station. The construction teams and equipment left some weeks ago leaving the road in even poorer repair, with uneven asphalt, loose gravel, and unclear road markings which now cause severe traffic delays at all times, made worse by the bad condition of the road. Please arrange for these works to be reviewed and completed asap.
  • Street light has blown1 update
    The street light outside of 20 Grove road has blown..
  • Congestion Carlton Gore & Park Rd - Lights & Bus lane
    Each afternoon I drive up Carlton Gore Rd and wait to turn left into Park rd for several light phases. Traffic entering that stretch of Park rd from either Carlton Gore Rd or the Hospital end of Park road are restricted by the bus lane on Park rd leading to the Khyber pass intersection. At the Khyber Pass intersection Park rd has 3 lanes and traffic can turn left, right or travel straight, but the bus lane means that only one lane of traffic can use Park rd until just before the Khyber Pass intersection. What generally happens is a few cars from Carlton Gore to Park can get thru then the intersection is blocked.
  • Speed bumps needed
    There has been an previous issue highlighted about speeding vehicles along Wordsworth road in Manurewa. A request for speed bumps along this road would minimise speeding vehicles and make this through road safer for the number if primary schools that come off this road. As well as the noise associated with speeding vehicles at night especially.
  • street light not working1 update
    The street light outside 19 Domain Cres is not working
  • Waka Street trafic lights
    The green phase for pedestrian crossing has an extremely short duration. It is impossible to cross the road at normal walking speed within a green phrase. This is extremely dangerous as the crossing is over Gt South Rd with 2 lanes in either direction, plus cars coming from Waka Rd. The crossing is used frequently by people with small children to access Stewart Dance Studios. it is extremely difficult to cross safely in the dark with 2 children .
  • Light out on steps between Jervois Rd & West End Rd
    light out half way up steps, very dark
  • Street lighting out for Fairclough and tramway
    Street lighting for fairclough and tramway is not working
  • Light is out
    Street light is out on the corner in front of properties 198A/198B - unsafe on a blind corner and makes the stretch of road incredibly dark
  • Trip Hazard
    four raised bolts are protruding 30mm from footpath where a sign has been removed. A very serious trip hazard.Location is traffic island corner of Pompalier and Sheehan St. Urgent attention please .
  • Broken curbing and no curb ramps for pedestrians
    We have a number of elder residence with mobility walkers and unfortunately Doug Goodwin Pl has no curb ramps, which can be a dangerous barrier for those with limited mobility. There are a number of areas on Penney ave with curbing loose or broken free. It would be nice not to think that these could be used as opportunistic break-in devices. Thank you for your time.
  • street lighting out
    Hi there, all the street lights up from DeLisle Pl, going up Centorian Drive, to the top are all out. So are the streets off, like DeLisle Pl, Landsberg Way and so on.
  • Street light not working
    The street light outside 48 Alberton Ave, Mt Albert, Auckland needs fixing please.
  • Street lights not working
    Street lights not working on Sapphire Place Bayview
  • Traffic lights short phasing 3 update
    The traffic lights when heading west from the city along great north road - at the intersection of great north road and titirangi road are short phasing. Traffic has been congested through that intersection for a few weeks and I noticed tonight at 5.30 pm being peak time only around 15 cars are making it through the lights.
  • Road Repairs
    When is the contractor going to finish fixing Tiri Tiri Rd ? After putting up with the inconvenience of stop /go traffic management & large construction machinery parked in the street , drivers are now bumping over sections of road removed needing to be resurfaced. This has been going on for nearly a couple of weeks.
  • Green arrow needs changing back to green spot only
    There is a 'forced green arrow' turning right from Manuka into Easton Park. Often there is NO traffic either way on Manuka so time is wasted waiting for the arrow. There used to be a GREEN SPOT only here so people could use their judgement. Please bring back the green spot! :) Thanks :)
  • light not working
    Light not working for at least a month
  • Bus stop needs cleaning
    The bus stop at 19 Triton drive needs a clean - it's strewen with rubbish and plant matter (sticks, seed pods, leaves etc) and the frame is covered in cobwebs.
  • Parking across driveway
    Hello, My neighbour and I have an issue with people parking in the small gap between our driveways. Quite often it is blocking one of our driveways, unless they have an exceptionally tiny car!And even if we are able to get out our driveway we are unable to see oncoming traffic when pulling out as the car is obstructing our view parking so close. Can we please have yellow lines or something else done about this?
  • Street light not working1 update
    Street light not working outside 20 Manhattan Rise Orewa 0931
  • light outside 57 Cochrane ave
    this has been out for at least three nights
  • Street light On / Off fault
    The street light outside 1 Butterworth Ave goes on and off all the time. Mostly off. The bulb either needs replacing or there is another issue.
  • not working at 71 Macleans Road, Bucklands Beach, Auckland 2014
    This lamppost is located on a bend which has been the site of several accidents, so it is important that this is fixed ASAP please.Thanks
  • No Public Rubbish Bin at the Bus Stop
    Due to a lack of a public rubbish bin at this bus stop, all the people waiting for the bus tend to throw their rubbish on the ground which in turn, all gets blown into my driveway. The bus stop directly across the road has a rubbish bin, why not this one?
  • Street Light out
    Street light outside 1 Butterworth Ave is faulty. Comes on sometimes but most times off.
  • Street lights out
    The street lights are out between 183 and 271 Beach Road and have been so for about a week now.
  • Street light broken1 update
    Street light lamp broken and nneds replacing
  • Street light out
    Street light out between 51 and 63 Heard Road
  • Uneven road surface
    The road surface past the turn off to Wyatt haulage and the top of the hill heading towards Sandspit, contains a number of large dips in the road. These are getting deeper by the week and are becoming dangerous, as cars are thrown about when travelling over them or try to drive around them.
  • Speeding - vehicle and property damage
    Cars are speeding constantly up and down Eugenia Rise. They have speed cameras often but thats not enough. Its dangerous, lots of foot traffic and a accident occurred Tuesday, not 6 months after the last.
  • needs traffic light corner of Duncan mclean link and st lukes road
    Needs traffic light corner of Duncan mclean link and st lukes road Morningside 1022 urgently as it is very dangerous
  • Unlicenced vehicles on berm
    Two unlicenced and un-WOF vehicles parked on berm and apparently abandoned??
  • Left turn filter
    left turn filter arrow never turns green, just red or off. Please check and rectify
  • Crime: Only one street light in Felstead Street
    At present there is only one street light in Felstead Street and that is at the bottom of this cul de sac Its position is such that it throws no light up the street. We are troubled by vehicle crime (three broken car windows outside our property (No 6), one attempted car theft, packaging from shop-lifted products on our front lawn, a stolen computer recently left in our front garden, and sexual activity in plantings at our frontage. We have requested additional street lighting in the past but no action has been taken. Just one lamp halfway down the street would make a huge difference to our local community's security
  • Dangerous crossing - footpath vs carpark entrance
    We have a carpark at the front of our school and it is used by mobility taxis dropping off and picking up students. The entrance crosses the footpath and is dangerous for the other children arriving and leaving the school. Is it possible to put a raised section or pedestrian crossing marks on the footpath where the vehicles cross? We are a Travelwise school and are keen to have our walkers stay safe.
  • Traffic Light Sensor Placement
    Traffic Light sensor is placed too closely to the line. When coming from Puhinui (side where Great South road is) turning right into Carruth Road. The sensor seems to be placed too close to the line. So when cars stop, and leave a 1 metre gap before the line, the light will not go green, untill the car has moved right up to the light. This causes traffic to be backed up when turning left and causes frustrations. This problem only started after there were roadworks. It seems upon fixing the road, the sensors had been moved futher up.
  • Number of cars parked on both sides of the Road in Convoy Lane
    Along the street about 150-200 meters down from the intersetion with Luke Street East, there are quite a number of cars that park on both sides of the road basicly cutting Convoy Lane to a single lane. With these vechicles, some of whcih are large vans, it is difficult to see around them and there have been a number of both near misses and accidents as residents further down the street driving throught his area of the road and not seeing cars driving out of their driveways, or the residents leaving their driveways and not taking enough care and causing the incidents expressed above. Can comething be done about this.
  • Orange Turning Light not working
    The traffic lights for straight and turning on the (driving to) airport bound situated on the George Bolt/Kirkbride side by Rent a Dent, the orange arrow is not working.
  • Ongoing safety and security issues due to faulty streetlight
    The streetlight outside 10 Oaklands Rd, Mt Eden, has had numerous issues, such as not working at all, flickering, working sporadically etc. Currently the light is not working at all. This creates both safety and security hazards. Uneven footpaths are an accident waiting to happen in the dark, and lone commuters walking after dark are plunged into a patch of quite intense darkness. I would appreciate a more permanent solution to this issue than has been offered in recent years. Thank you.
  • Street lights out1 update
    Street lights are out and have been for a few weeks now. Neighbours have been broken into last week.
  • Broken Traffic Light
    Upper Harbour Highway corner Carribean Drive, Go signal Eastbound does not work.
  • Speed bump required
    Boy racers going up and down this school road day and night.Endangering school kids lives. Speedbumps required
  • Speeding, Traffic calming measures required urgently
    we have people entering Lazurite drive from Westgate drive and accelerating up Lazurite drive at speed with turbo blow off valve going once sometime twice before they pass Arlose place where they either carry on at speed up Lazurite drive of drive up Arlose place. Some come down Arlose place and wheel spin as they head to Westgate drive turbo valve blowing. I have seen a metallic blue subaru and a small 2 door red japanese car rego starting with AT. There are a lot of children in the area with access to walks to the shopping centre who have to cross Lazurite drive to get there. We must have some traffic calming to stop these hoons before a child is hurt. We had one child knocked of his bike last year.
  • Traffic light malfunction
    The traffic light sensor for vehicles turning right into Chichester Drive from Beach Road in Papakura is too far forward for vehicles. Drivers at the front of the queue do not think to inch forward slightly - hence the rest of the line has to sit through 4 - 5 cycles.
  • Speed bump to stop excessive speeding please
    There is a lot of traffic on Angelo ave and much of it is going way too fast! Most people on the street park on the road, as nearly all of the driveways have steep curbs, so most parts of the road have very poor visibility. We hear people zoom by regularly and there are many young families around us as well as pets. My cat was run over last year and the today my kitten was hit as well. I think a speed bump would be a great way to slow down the traffic and deter people from using Angelo ave as a short cut to avoid the traffic lights on Pakuranga road.
  • Restrict parking to help ease traffic congestion in peak times
    I would like to submit a proposal that parking opposite the shops on Ashby Avenue be limited during school drop off and pick up times. Because there are so many schools in the area traffic flow is increased significantly during these times but as cars are often parked on Ashby outside the medical centre it restricts the flow for traffic turning left into West Tamaki Rd and causes lengthy queues down Ashby.
  • Water leaking all over the footpath
    Showing as photo attached, this is the third time i report, workers have came twice but did not fix it. Can you please check what's going on? Thank you :)
  • Excessive speeding of cars on Riddell Road
    We live on Riddell Rd and regularly shudder at the sounds of cars excessively speeding up the road. With all the corners, hills and straight patches, Riddell Rd provides a 'perfect' spot for those who like to rally drive. There are many small children and pets in the neighbourhood and it's only time before someone gets hurt. Surely this road could benefit from some measures to slow the traffic?
  • Speed control
    The bottom of Portland Road is very dangerous. The traffic speed is always being exceeded and at night the cars roar up and down the road. Is it possible to get someone to investigate some speed bumps or chicanes to help slow the cars down
  • 2 Street light not working
    Two street lights are not working: near 41 Evans Road and 47 Evans Road
  • Intersection desperately needs a roundabout
    The intersection of Kesteven Ave and Bardsey Street would benefit greatly from having a roundabout installed. We have witnessed a number of accidents at this intersection, mainly caused by drivers speeding down Kesteven way too fast and drivers coming from Bardsey failing to stop in time. This is the main thoroughfare for both cars and pedestrians to access Churchill Park School, Glendowie play centre and the guides and scout halls. There are quite often events held at these places in the evening as well as the daytime and Kesteven Ave is regularly used as a racetrack in the evenings. Some of the cars would be travelling over 80kph at times (so loud, we can't hear the tv) and a roundabout may help to slow them down.
  • Dangerous footpath
    The footpath on all of Kesteven Ave is dangerously cracked and pitted. This is a busy street used by a lot of children to get to local schools. There are also a number of elderly people who live in this neighbourhood and have trouble walking down the footpath without tripping up.
  • Traffic Light Phasing
    Midway through the Ameti project the traffic light phasing at the intersection of Ellerslie Panmure Highway (EP) and Mt Wellington (MTW) Highway has been changed in favour of west bound traffic coming from Panmure. Cars waiting to turn from EP to MTW now wait three or more phases - this is more noticeable at low traffic times. E.g. Approx 0630hrs; Light is green for west bound and east bound when I arrive EP to turn right into MTW, I have a red arrow. Cars are already waiting on the MTW side to turn right towards Panmure. Lights then phase Red for East/West to allow the MTW cars right turns through in the east direction towards Panmure. Despite me having sat at the red arrow for more than thirty seconds the next phase returns to East/West flow and still with a Red arrow. I count over another thirty seconds of East/West flow for about 10-12 cars before I finally get a green arrow. By now there are 7-8 cars waiting to turn EP to MTW. I have seen this green arrow turn orange when I am the first car to turn i.e. a less than 5 second phase! It is not long enough for 8 cars! Many waiting either go through a red/orange or end up waiting through another THREE phases before 7am when traffic is light. Prior to the AMETI project. The traffic lights for right EP-MTW turn, used to go green arrow with the east bound through traffic from EP towards Panmure. It would phase after the MTW right into EP, BUT BEFORE the west bound through traffic on EP. It worked well. There is a CCTV camera on the traffic lights and long lines of turning traffic can build up, yet the green arrow is never long enough. If the phasing cannot be returned to the prior settings, could we at least get a longer green arrow after 0600hrs to allow all the waiting traffic to turn right from EP to MTW please - 5 seconds is just NOT LONG ENOUGH on a major intersection right hand turn over two (there is space for three) lanes.
  • Drivers speed along Thomas Rd from Murphys Rd
    Drivers from Murphys Rd travelling through Thomas Rd to Te Irirangi Drive, speed without regarding the safety of the residence in the area. Coming out of Joseph St feels like playing the Russian Roulette, you won't know when you'll be hit.
  • Pedestrian crossing lights not working on Don McKinnon drive
    The lights for the pedestrian crossing are not working on the east (Pak'n Save) side of the road on Don McKinnon drive. This causes many people, including elderly people heading to the bus stop on the other side of the road, to cross without waiting for the cross signal. This is obviously very dangerous on such a busy road. If you have trouble seeing what I mean, stand on the Pak'n Save side of the crossing and press the button (it all works fine if you come from the other direction).
  • Right turn red arrow from Glenfield Rd to Highbury Bypass
    The red arrow on the lower traffic light turning right from Glenfield Rd to Highbury Bypass has been out for a couple of weeks. I have seen a couple of cars turn thinking they have a free turn.
  • Street lights not turning off
    Street lights on corner of Fanshawe and Halsey streets have been on continuously for at least a week. Day and night.
  • Street lights not on2 update
    Street lights have been off for a while, thanks
  • Nowhere to cross
    Glengarry has two blocks of shops halfway up (approx #96-108) but there is nowhere to cross the road to get to them. This section of road is fast, yet a lot of people walk around including kids from the many nearby schools. I believe the leaseholders in these two blocks are struggling for lack of foot traffic. Pushing a pram around there recently I really had no safe route, going from Rosier Rd to Eden Super 7, then across Shetland Street (also unsafe and wide) to Glen Dairy and back to Rosier. There are many houses nearby but the area only seems planned to serve those who use their cars. Can you add a crossing (or three! - see image!) or let me know how to petition this please.
  • Speed calming - Rosier Rd
    Is this the to request investigating the viability of getting speed bumps or road calming curves installed at Rosier Road. It is a long and straight wide road with a slight downhill, so naturally people speed, then there are those who really speed. We live in the middle so experience it firsthand. There is also a school and a daycare so twice daily it has a lot of peds. The only crossing is located dangerously on the corner. There should be at least two speed calming measures on Rosier Rd, either side of the crossing, if not 4-5 along the street creating a safer environment.
  • Obscene image carved into concrete outside primary school
    Someone, at the time the footpath was done, drew a large picture of male genitalia into the concrete. Given that this by a pedestrian crossing, across the road from a primary school and little kids pass this every day, could something please be done to remove it.
  • boy racers and speeding cars
    we live on Wairere Rd which has totara park in walking distance which is frequented on a daily basis by at least 200 people , this includes families walking, children cycling , people exercising and people walking their dogs and people using the parks facilities and elderly . on a daily basis there are cars not adhereing to the 50 km speed limit there are a lot of cars that feel it is their right to fly down our street at a high speed , just because they have cars that need to travel fast , also they speed out of totara park spinning their tyres to show off also we have boy racers who come down before the park closes especially on wet evenings and use the carpark as their personal burtout pad very soon some one will either be hurt or killed due to the idiotic mentality of these ididots we would like the speed limits of this section of rd to be reduced to ensure nothing major happens by either placing speed bumps or reducing the speed limit to 40 kms and policing it , this section of rd is just a accident away from a major fatality .
  • Street lighting not operative St Leonard's Road Devonport 06241 update
    Street lighting not operative for at least 8 days now Adjacent roads ie High Street and others also have no evening street lighting
  • Street light not working.
    Part of the street lighting not working for a week on Flat Bush school Road. Areas affected are from 142 to 158 Flat Bush school Road.
  • Repair to pavement
    Pavement broken and uneven. Needs repair.Thanks
  • Speeding
    Allthrough the Day and Night cars speed along this road, I dont understand why there is a corner at one end and a stop sign at the other. Its extremely dangerous for kids walking around and going to the dairy. Its more than one car, even saw one today with a child seat in it.
  • Speedbumps
    There is an ongoing issue on this street, particularly from number 40 and above, of people speeding up and down on a daily basis. Speeds are excessive and this occurs frequently; there are many burnouts and squealing tyres - this occurs all day but is more frequent in the evenings. There is a primary school on this street and many young families, so speedbumps would greatly improve the situation. A previous survey was done of the street and speeds not found to be excessive, however this survey was probably not done in the evening and did not capture the true picture of living on this street. Many of our neighbours feel the same way and are frightened for the welfare of the children - they shout out at offending vehicles but are ignored. Please reassess the situation - in particular in the evenings (when lots of children are outside playing) - and see how dangerous it can be. Please seriously consider putting in speedbumps along the street.
  • Burnout (tyre) marks on street
    Multiple burnout marks on our street that should be removed to discourage more of the same behaviour
  • Traffic light phasing
    Before 6.00am each week day, I pass the Te Irirangi Drive, Bishop Dunn Place, traffic lights. It is not uncommon for the Te Irirangi traffic to be stopped, in favour of a long green for traffic coming from Sancta Maria Way, when in fact, there is no traffic coming from there.
  • street light not working2 update
    Street light not working outside 14 chantal place redhill papakura
  • Broken glass on footpath
    There is always broken glass and often vomit on the footpath at the top of douglas st (close to ponsonby road)
  • Loose stones on road
    The road has recently been tarred but there is a whole load of loose stones that for one is creating a lot of road noise but has also kicked up loose stones that is chipping my cars paint work .Some of the local teenagers are also finding it fun to try drift their cars on this road. Anyone that happens to walk on the road then has what appears to be wet tar on their shoes and this road was done weeks ago.
  • Traffic light sound for peds
    Hello there, The traffic light sound for pedestrians doesn't work. It is at the Beach road and Tangihua street crossroads. In the direction from cafe "Saigonz" towards "Waldorf Scene Three".
  • Parking on this road is causing a hazzard
    There is currently a large number of cars that park on both sides of the road, this road has small rises and blind corners and is also not a wide road. With cars parked on both sides and the speed the some people do along this road, it makes it very dangerous. i live on this road and i have close calls at least 3-4 times a week. If we can reduce this road to parking on only one side it would be good.
  • Street lights not working1 update
    The street lights on Nicolas Avenue have all gone out this evening.
  • Traffic light has turned unable to see signal
    Traffic light on right hand side of road in front of Shell Takanini has turned and unable to see the right turn arrow at all (coming from Walter Strevens Drive onto Great South Road.
  • Traffic light phasing3 update
    At 5.45am each week day, coming from Kilkenny Drive & going to Smales Rd, the lights are set to a long phase for traffic driving from Smales Rd to Kilkenny Drive. Previously I got a green, very soon after arriving at that time in the morning.
  • Street lights on during the day
    After not working at night, the street lights in our area are now on all day. Eban, monarch ave etc in Hillcrest
  • Millen Avenue Traffic Lights.
    1 x Red and 1 x Green turn arrows out, turning left from Millen Ave. Been an issue from late December.
  • Excessive Speeding
    This road is used by a lot of traffic in preference to Blockhouse Bay Rd. Unfortunately there are also a number of idiots that seem to think as it's a long straight road, it also makes for a racing track. While there a lot of drivers that seem to think 60-70 is an acceptable speed, the real danger is those that think 100+ is ok on this residential street. I have witnessed a number of incidents over the past couple of years on this street. Something needs to be done, and perhaps that means speed bumps - particularly near the train crossing and side streets.
  • Sound signal for traffic light does not work
    The visibly disabled pedestrian moving from the Countdown towards the fuel station will never hear the sound signal. It has been broken for ages.
  • Street lighting not working1 update
    The street light at No.41 - 43 Waitaki Street, Henderson has not been working for approximately three months. The light illuminates the intersection of Waitaki and Kaikoura Streets and this intersection is hazardous without the street light. Thank you.
  • Exposed wiring
    There is a street light beside the letterbox at 22 Barnfield Place and the inspection plate has come off at a level where children (aged 1 - 8) could poke their fingers in.
  • speeding vehicles
    Vehicles(trucks included) are constantly, exceeding the speed limits, these drivers simply do not have any safety concerns whatsoever. Please put speed bumps to save lives. Thank you. Sincerely,concerned citizen
  • Large truck parked on side of road dangerous
    There is a very large truck that parks on the side of the road every day and night. It takes up half of the road and it's just after a corner, extremely dangerous for kids in the area, bikers and other cars. Arran road is a very narrow road, and this is a tremendous hazard.
  • Dangerous crossing
    A lot of people and especially kids are crossing the Deep Creek Road (105) to get to Waiake beach. A lot of vehicles are speeding here as the road is straight and steep. This is an accident waiting to happen. I have personally witnessed a few close calls. Currently there is no marked pedestrian crossing or a traffic light here. The closest pedestrian crossing is in front of Torbay School which is far. Please install traffic lights or at least a zebra crossing before we have an accident.
  • P90 Parking used for all day parking
    P90 area not inspected regularly. Street being used for all day parking by regulars ie the same cars overstaying past P90 day after day, week after week. It means parking not .available for legitimate short term parkers
  • dangerous speeding
    Glen Road and Birdwood Road are being used day and night by drivers to race at high speed due to the lack of speed bumps or cameras. This is partly a noise nuisance but more importantly a safety issue. There are many children living locally as well as the kids bmx track in the old birdwood winery. The roads are desperate for speed bumps to stop the racing and protect our residents.
  • Street lights not working for a few days
    The street lights on East Coast are between Glenvar and Carlisle Rds are not working. There are also several street lights out on Carlisle Rd. These lights have been out for about three days now. Thank you.
  • Pedestrian Traffic Light is Broken
    The pedestrian traffic lights that crosses Casurina Road at the Fortuna-Pigeon Mountain-Casurina intersection is broken. Pressing the button from either side has no effect. It has been like this for just over a week.
  • Pedestrian crossing not working
    The lights and walk/don't walk indicators on the pedestrian crossing on Don McKinnon drive haven't been working properly for a couple of weeks.
  • Car parked illegally on footpath
    Car parked illegally on footpath, making it difficult for pedestrians to walk.
  • This intersection needs traffic lights
    Cars waiting to turn right into Cryers Road from Trugood Drive, are having to wait for arseholes who turn left and do a u turn and then drive back down Cryers Road, causing the people waiting to turn right to wait even longer! Traffic lights need to be put in there to stop this and to free up traffic so it doesn't bottle neck. This interesection is shocking and I'm surprised there's not more accidents due to impatient idiots on the road.
  • Malfuntioning
    Girls Grammar school the lights are malfuntioning. Cross now keeps going on when there is nobody crossing
  • Long lanes of slow traffic
    over the last 30 days or so traffic trvelling towards the eastern arterial has been very very slow taking 30 min to travel from Angle street to great south road at 5.15pm. This is triple what it used to take. Please could you re-look at the phasing of the lights. Thanks
  • public walkway needs tidy up
    Walkway between Bishop St and Pukehana Ave is overgrown with weeds and bushes need trimming back to make it easier to walk through.
  • cars speeding
    This road is a residential street but it is also used as an alternative access to the motorway and te atatu road. every day all day, cars speed up and down the street at speeds that are well in excess of 50 kph. someone is going to get injured or killed, so can you please investigate installing JUDDER BARS, like have been recently put in merchant avenue,to slow people down, asap.
  • Pothole has formed
    pothole has formed on dangerous narrow corner causing traffic heading downhill to swerve in to oncoming traffic
  • Street lights out
    Street lights are out on the path above great South road between the two ends of otahuri cres. Makes path dangerous at night
  • Dangerous speeds San Marino Drive
    Original site plan called for a round-a-bout at San Prospero Crescent & San Marino Drive. This was abandoned for some reason without any public consultation that affects the neighbourhood. We have a large park here with lots of children playing on it. Cars are speeding up and down this road because its about a 500 metre run between round-a-bouts. We have people driving their cars onto San Bernardino Reserve doing donuts, neighbors have reported speeding as well. Its not about whether the average speed may be within reason, it's about slowing motorist down and protecting children at the park. So what are you going to do about that and also somehow prevent them from driving onto the park and doing donuts and off-roading.
  • Green traffic light too short coming from Lake road
    The traffic lights at the intersection between Onewa road and Lake road don't seem to be fair for the lake road commuters. I have seen some days where the traffic builds up back to Pupuke road, while Onewa road is fluid !
  • scaffolding @ 200 Broadway
    I have raised this issue before and not had a response. There has been scaffolding in front of the Footlocker shop for over a year. It causes pedestrian interference and is not being used. There is no construction on the shop canopy and it is a hazzard
  • water leaking on walkpath
    water leaking on the pathwahy very badly and has been a long time shown as photo attached
  • missing post
    The bus stop's post was broken and stolen 2 week ago and the concrete footing is protruding from the ground. So there's no longer a clear and safe location for people awaiting for buses.
  • Missing street light1 update
    We go walking at night and there used to be a light along the Strand. We were so pleased when you put a new one then bugger me it disappeared after two days. Why??? It is very dangerous walking along that lane as the road isn't very even, Please Please can we have our light back.
  • Lack of Pavement1 update
    No proper pavement up Hilltop Road leading to Redoubt Road. Busy area for walkers, joggers and pderstrians going to Totara Park Urgently need a pavement please!!
  • Plans for very wide berm on Kaipara Portage Road, Riverhead.
    I was wondering if Council or Auckland Transport had a specific plan for the wider sections of Kaipara Portage Road once the South Riverhead development is complete and the road is re-surfaced and repaired. In some places the property frontages are 14m from the edge of the existing paved road.
  • Broken Payment
    Pavement outside 54 Seabrook ave, New Lynn and some other parts of the street is broken for so many years and never been repaired. The attached picture shows the damage in 2009 and 2014.
  • Pothole forming in road
    Previous work cut a trench across the road and then filled it. The fill is subsiding creating a deep dip and the road surface is starting to crack into a pothole.
  • stopped working
    someone pulled the wire out
  • street light between 17 & 19 Salamanca Rd, Sunnynook
    The street light at this location is in danger of tipping over. A large gum tree is pushing against the light fitting. Requires prunning. Thanks for your attention.
  • Dangerous intersection (Rewi Street/Beach Rd/Rock Isle Rd, Torbay)
    Dear Sir/Madam Thank you for recently painting improved road marking signage on the intersection of Rewi Street, Rock Isle Road and Beach Road in Torbay. Regrettably, this new road marking has created a dangerous road accident situation, in that vehicles travelling down Beach Road from the Torbay shops, wishing to proceed straight ahead into Rock Isle Road, ignore the road markings as they can not easily see them, and they run straight across the "Give-Way" road markings for Rewi Street residents. So you have a dangerous situation, where a car travelling on Rewi Street-when reaching close to the Give Way road markings, will easily be hit in the side by those vehicles entering (cutting across the markings) into Rock Isle Road. What is needed, is raised kerbing (traffic island) with arrowed signage, which will provide those drivers with better signage and clear direction when entering Rock Isle Road. Thank you. Sincerely Graham Forbes 18 Tui Street Torbay 09 928 30 45 Bns
  • flickering light
    Street light turns on and off at the end of the road, next to the entrance to train station
  • Large pothole, new
    Large new pothole in the middle of Hillsborough Rd outbound, up from St Davids. Deep/large enough to bounce axles. Location on map approx, but pretty obvious.
  • Traffic light for Pakuranga Road short phasing
    The traffic light for the main road, Pakuranga Road, is short phasing since last week. This is causing a huge back up along Pakuranga Road all way back past Bucklands Beach intersection.
  • Overgrown property blocking footpath
    Trees and bushes from this overgrown derelict property are starting to encroach and grow over the footpath making it dangerous and impossible to use the footpath. It's especially dangerous at night as 2 people have tripped causing injury.
  • scaffolding
    200 Broadway Newmarket auckland. More than one year there has been scaffolding on the footpath obstructing pedestrians passage. Needs to be removed. No work being done on the scaffolding
  • The lane markings at the Swanson Road roundabout are wrong
    There is a roundabout at the intersection of Swanson Road, Don Buck Road and Universal Drive. This is hard to explain without a diagram but I'll try. Traffic coming from Henderson along Swanson Road in the left lane often cut across traffic in the right lane so they can go up Don Buck Road. This happens really often to me. There are some broken white lines which need to be properly blacked out to try and stop them. Also at the same roundabout, traffic going left from Swanson Road onto Don Buck Road see broken white lines indicating 2 lanes for them. In fact there is only one lane. This causes people to pull out and cut off traffic from the roundabout. These lines need to be blacked out.
  • Unnecessary pedestrian lights
    Please remove unnecessary pedestrian lights.
  • Lights out for 4 days now
    Street lights in between 18 & 20 Vetori Place Clover Park have been out for 4 days now. Our street is a dead end street and only has 1 lighting down the end of the street which is not working, half of the street is in darkness.
  • Blown Traffic Lights
    A number of the Red and Green Traffic Lights at the intersection of the Grafton Gully Motorway Offramp (429B) and Wellesley Street East are not working and appear to be blown.
  • Not working
    Its been almost 2 weeks since I reported about street light not working but no action has been taken.
  • Street lights are not working
    There are 2 street lights out in Tuparekura Rd, South Head. The first is on the Northern side of the junction of Tuparekura Rd and South Head RD and the second is on the left of Tuparekura Rd just past Kaipara Lake Rd.
  • Too many parked cars blocking dead end road
    People for the park, sports and dance classes fill the road, park over orange lines and reduce the road to a narrow one way lane. Worst on Saturday, but also some week nights. We need more no-parking zones or change all of it to resident-only parking.
  • Missing Fire Hydrant Cover
    The fire hydrant cover outside our building has been stolen leave this hole exposed.
  • how long is this going to be here? 1 update
    this framework has been here for a very long time how much longer, The bridge between Onehunga & Mangere took about seven year and maybe should of taken one or two years without the industrial dispute, maybe this is going for a new record, outside shops 220 & 222 boradway Newmarket, I was very surprised when I went to google street photo it did not show.
  • Pedestrian almost gets lights smacked in by motorist.
    I was crossing Domain drive about the spot half way along where the bus would be in this old photograph and a car stopped going towards Park Road on the other side of Domain Drive wanting me to walk in front of him, I yelled out “THIS IS A GIVEWAY NOT A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING, LEARN YOUR RODE CODE – IDIOT!!” he said “CFOYUU “ [these letters have been put in alphabetical order to make it socially more acceptable] in his foreign accent, so I walked behind him, and all I heard as I walked away all was “CFOYUU “ “CFOYUU “ “CFOYUU “ it was a good four times maybe five or six. I had to change my walking direction in-case he decided he want to punch my lights out in case he waited for me on the other side of the park. When are motorist going to get their crap together and learn a three sided triangle means "give way" at a T road junction, motorist give way to other motorist not pedestrians. Four sided diamond shape is needed as motorist before a pedestrian crossing this is when motorist give way to pedestrians. Anyway it was good fun I will have to repeat it tomorrow if I get another motorist poked in the head.
  • Potholes have re-appeared J Tolhopf & Ahuroa Roads, Puhoi
    Potholes have re-appeared on J Tolhopf & Ahuroa Roads. Really not ideal as it's been less than 3 months since they were fixed! Quite bad in some parts causing motorists to drive on wrong side of road to avoid them. Please can this be looked into urgently. Thanks for your attention.
  • Street light not working
    Street light not working outside 8 Arthur street Onehunga
  • Judder bars required to control speed on Keystone Ave
    Cars travel too fast down Keystone Ave and often cut the blind corner (see picture) joining Akarana and Keystone Ave at bottom of the hill. This is a popular morning bypass for the traffic lights on corner of Mt Albert/Dominion Roads. Dominion Rd School is in close proximity but people still speed and cross the centre line on the corner, the picture clearly indicating excessive speed. There is also a limited view of traffic coming from Dominion Rd from addresses close to Fearon Park, making exit from property a dangerous affair at times. A judder bar placed anywhere between 50-100m from the corner on Keystone Ave would help alleviate these dangers
  • Pothole caused by trucks
    Pothole has been caused by trucks turning out of Point View drive turning onto Middlefield drive. This causes loose gravel in front of the driveway.
  • slippry footpath cnr carlton & geogre street
    the footpath is steep on the sharp bend when it is wet this footpath is very slippery and has the ARGH!!! factor.
  • pedestrain sign "cross now" sign bocked by busses
    what happens is, when there is a bus at the head of the cue, and there is a bus behind wanting to use the free turn, sometimes the bus creeps forward blocking the "cross now" sign so pededestrains wanting to cross over to Karangahape ARGH can not see it, maybe the sign could be reerected higher.
  • more slippery footpath
    there is slippery footpath at the shops near the corner of park road and graften road opposite were the old nurses home used to be on park road. near the the shops is a little sit down area and some trees just near that is a message engived into the semicircle stone footpath this footplath is very smooth and so when it rains the slip factor on one sheos does not be greater than the slip factor of the footpath and so one looses tractoin in the wet
  • footpath cancer still left on footpathgoing over railwaywack from when newmarket train station was rebult
    can i be aurthrised to remove it, please!!! this bright yellow footpath cancer is darn dangerous when it is raining and you have wet sheos
  • GLASSTON BRIDGE NEED CLEANERS
    BORKEN GLASS NEVER GOETS CLEANED
  • 220 AND 222 BROADWAY HAS FRAMEWAY OVER FOOTPATH
    THIS HAS BEEN THERE FOR AGES PLEASE REMOVE THIS REMINDS ME OF THE MANGEGE BRIFGE PROJECT THAT TOOK 7 YEARS TO BULT A BRIDGE 100 METER LONG BETWEEN MANGERE AND ONHNHUGA
  • WRONG FOOTPATH REPLACED
    THERE WAS NOTHINING WRONG WITH THED FOOTATH ON THE RAILWAY TRACK SIDE OF THE MIDDLETON ROAD NOTHING WRONG AT ALL YET IT HAS BEEN REPLACED THE OTHERSIDE IS A BUMP
  • Street light out (near 43 Landon Ave, Mangere east, Auckland)
    Street light out *(near 43 Landon Ave, Mangere east, Auckland)
  • Extremely dangerous for pedestrian's crossing to transport hub
    There is no pedestrian crossing or pedestrian lights for people walking to bus/train from the direction of Ireland Road. To cross safely with lights means another 6 or 7 minutes walk and no one is going to do that when it might mean missing a bus/train and being late for work/school. Cars come off the busy Panmure roundabout at speed and are not expecting pedestrians running across in front of them. This is an accident waiting to happen and when it does it will be a serious one. Is this what it will take to get the road crossing safer?
  • Extremely dangerous for pedestrian's crossing to transport hub
    There is no pedestrian crossing or pedestrian lights for people walking to bus/train from the direction of Ireland Road. To cross safely with lights means another 6 or 7 minutes walk and no one is going to do that when it might mean missing a bus/train and being late for work/school. Cars come off the busy Panmure roundabout at speed and are not expecting pedestrians running across in front of them. This is an accident waiting to happen and when it does it will be a serious one. Is this what it will take to get the road crossing safer?
  • Large pothole
    A large pothole has developed 100m up the hill from the one way bridge.
  • No Parking Lines
    Cars and Lorries are double parking on Bay Park Place, primarily at the top of the street as cars drive in and out which is very unsafe not to mention illegal. Can we please have yellow lines painted at the top of the street on both sides to prevent any accidents. Further, the public footpath is used to load and unload the lorries preventing public use of path.
  • Heavy vehicles (trucks/diggers) parked in dangerous location
    Heavy vehicles (trucks and diggers) are continually parked outside 47 Kittiwake Drive (the vehicles owners house). Many accidents have almost occurred due to the fact that these heavy vehicles are parked right on the bend of the road obstructing the view when driving from both directions. I suspect that putting yellow lines on the left hand side of the road (outside this house) would only result in them parking their heavy vehicles on the other side of the road which has happened in the past. Maybe fines may be in order?
  • street lighting post is tilted
    Hi there I have noticed tonight at 11.00 pm the Lighting post by my house 32 leburn cres, flat bush, auckland is moved ( tilted ) and it seems that someone had hit the post with a car or a truck. The land next to my house is getting built which is right to the post and I am 100% sure that one of their contractors or builders have done this as it was not like this . The post have moved quiet a bit and it can end up with a massive tragedy if it falls on the cars parked in the street or could fall on my house. I require an immediate assistance please with this issue. I am really worried about the safety of people around and in my family too. Please contact me by Tomorrow ( Wednesday ) to know when the council can fix it. Many thanks Kind Regards Saif Ismail
  • Light out 2 update
    The street light outside 14 Joanne Place, Rosehill, Papakura has been out for quite a few months. Would be great to have it up and running again.
  • Street light turning off and on all night
    Hi, Since a power cutt approx a month to six weeks agao the street light outside no 18 Bertram Rd Kawakawa Bay keep turning on and off al night.
  • Cars parked at the bed obscures view of traffic
    Cars exiting driveways or attempting u-turns are unable to see traffic coming up from around the bend. Often the cars are also speeding as they come down the hill and around the bend. A speed bump and yellow lines should both be installed to slow down traffic and provide unimpeded views for save driving.
  • Lifted driveway crossing
    Crossing for 29 Newbliss cres has lifted quite severely and is a major tripping hazard. Lifting has been caused by nearby tree roots. Footpath beside tree and crossing were repaired but only sloped up to meet driveway.
  • Sunkin Road following reinstatement
    Directly outside house # 100 Porchester Road there has been earlier underground work on this road without sufficient compaction causing a sudden dip even at 50 kmph. While non urgent this dip is enough to make a truck bounce.
  • Kerbside parking blocking traffic flow
    Hi, the current kerbside parking at the bend in Mahuru St (near Nuffield St T junction) creates a traffic flow hazard when two cars are coming around the bend in opposite directions simultaneously. At times buses travelling south, have almost got stuck, as the bend is made too narrow by the cars parked on either side of the road. The easy solution would be to prevent kerbside parking on both sides of the actual bend, to allow vehicles to stay wider on the southbound side, and cars travelling northbound can hug the corner. I raise this now in the hope that yellow lines can be added as part of the footpath/roadworks that are underway at present. Thanks!
  • Horse float park on curb side
    There is a horse float parked on curb side obstructing and taking up parking area on road. Notice the council and other collection trucks have issues as they cant get there trucks close Backing out around this area is difficult as they are causing blind spots on road. Is this legal been there for weeks now and cars come around corner fast
  • Street & Walkway entrance lighting
    Street light outside 9 Park Estate Rd not working again. Has been blacking out intermittantly for past month or so.
  • Faulty Street Light1 update
    Street light outside number 16 keeps switching itself on and off all night. Only stays on for 10 seconds then switches off for 10 seconds. Has been like this for a couple of months now.
  • Street Light Cover hanging off after bad storm
    The Street light cover is swinging on a hinge after bad storm last week. The light is very bright fron street light without the diffuser cover.
  • street lights out
    there are at least 3 street lights out on the roundabout between 213 to 215. This is an extremely busy and at times dangerous roundabout. Also the street lights provide better security for our properties
  • Hole in footpath - Tai Ping Supermarket
    Nasty hole in concrete by entrance to Tai Ping Supermarket. 25 Porana Road, Glenfield, Auckland.
  • Street light out
    The street light at this location has been out for at least a month, it'd be great if it coul d be repaired.
  • Traffic Light Sensor Doesn't pick up Motorbikes
    Hi, When heading North on Wheturangi Road when you get to the Greenlane junction the traffic light sensor does not pick up motorbikes to allow you to turn right. This is very dangerous as when on the bike you either have to wait for a car to come up the road behind you or run the red light. In the evenings you can sometimes wait for up to 20 minutes for a car to come and if you decide to run the traffic light greenlane can be very busy and dangerous. It would be great if this could be fixed. Thanks
  • Debris spread down the street.
    There was torrential rain last night and debris has washed down Green Lane & Jackson Place. This debris appears to be a lot more than has occurred at other times. Can this please be swept up please.
  • Please fix the street lights on Sylvan Ave, Northcote, Auckland 0627
    We've had no street lights for approx. three weeks.
  • Phasing incorrect
    At 5.45am each week day, coming from Kilkenny Drive & going to Smales Rd, the lights are now set on a long phase for Chapel Rd before changing. Previously I got a green very soon after arriving at that time in the morning.
  • Lights not phased long enough for cars exiting College Rd
    Cars exiting College Rd have to wait many phases of lights (up to 10 minutes) to turn out of College Rd on to Akoranga Dr. Cars passing through the lights along Akoranga have no delay.
  • WRONG BUS NUMBER STILL WRONG REPOPRTED MANY TIMES
    PLEASE FIX THIS I HAVE REPORTED THIS MANY TIMES PLEASE GET ON TO IT SO I DO NOT HAVE TO REPORT IT AGAIN!!! THIS IS NOT BUS STOP 5727 I KNOW YOU DO NOT LIKE FIXING THING BUT THIS WRONG BUS NUMBER MADE ME WALK HOME AND NOT TAKE A BUS BECAUSE IT GAVE ME THE THE WRONG TIMES BECAUSE IT IS NOT THE RIGHT BUS STOP NUMBER HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO REPORT IT
  • Parked vehicles block our driveway.
    Dear Sir/Madam. Re: Vehicles parked between the driveway entrance of no.1 Phillipa Place and the one driveway that serves No 3a,3b,5a,5b,5c Phillipa Place. The parking space between the two driveways is to short for a vehicle to park without blocking one of our driveways. To make maters worse the driveway for house 3a to 5c enters the close at an angle which causes further problems trying to enter or exit the driveway. I have had to have vehicles towed on numerous occasions due to not being able to exit or enter my property with a trailer attached to my vehicle. My neighbours are continually fighting with drivers parked over our combined driveway. Please install some road markings and make this spot a no parking spot. It will really prevent further confrontation between neighbour who have had to deal with this problem daily for years. I have had to removes rocks used to hold down rude note from car bonnets and boots placed their by angry neighbours before the offending driver discovers them and the problem escalates. Please assist me in bringing peace to our street. Regards. Mick
  • street light not working properly
    Street light faulty and the light cover is broken/gone
  • Street light out again
    street light on corner of paisley street and mc millan place is out again
  • Footpath obstruction
    13 Dromorne Road is a building site. The security fencing at the front of the site has now crept out to cover over half of the footpath.
  • Car dealer parks vehicles over footpath in a very busy street
    Just like in the following streetview link, only worse. Sometimes there is only about 1 ft left for pedestrians to walk past, and the cars are very close together so there's no way to walk between them. https://www.google.com/maps/@-36.921338,174.828445,3a,75y,177.22h,84.19t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sps4nJyQeUelcjpe87kp4SA!2e0
  • Street Lights been off for 2 weeks
    Hi, The street lights in Belle-Mer Place and Island view have not been working for the last 2 weeks. Can we get them turned back on please. Thanks
  • Street lights not working 1 update
    Street lights not working
  • Street lights not working
    Street lights not working
  • Two lights blown1 update
    Hi. Both lights on the left as you enter Margarita Rise from Kayes Rd are blown and has been so for some time. Don't know the reason this time why but we have noticed people kicking these lamp posts in the past and the light would go out then come back on. These two lights seem to be off permanently now, maybe strengthening the posts in future might make them last longer. Cheers
  • street light
    street light opposite 4 trent st is intermittent,can be normal,late or not work at all.
  • No Street Lights - Falkirk Street, Blockhouse Bay
    We have not had any Street lighting for around a month!!
  • all roads avoiding eden park traffic are now unservicable.
    as sandringham road and dominion road are now regularly packed with eden park traffic, residents who must traverse the area use local knowledge to avoid these roads. the council in their infinite wisdom has now placed judderbars on every single alternate route to dominion road and sandringham road from mt albert. these render the road practically useless for transit, as they provide unreasonable vehicle wear and severe congestion to commuters travveling these routes. why have you done this? surely you should be spending money IMPROVING ROADS, rather than screwing them up so that they are all but useless??? you are essentially spending taxpayer money, on ruining roads!? what is the rationale?
  • Unacceptable Footpath
    Footpath is very broken up and is unsafe to walk on
  • Traffic lights have spun in wind, now facing in wrong direction
    See photo - one of the '->' lights for traffic turning right onto the westbound ONramp is now facing the traffic turning right from the westbound OFFramp.
  • Very uneven footpath with potholes
    The driveway/footpath area around 79 Atkinson road is in a state of disrepair - very uneven and dangerous. There is a huge pothole that has gotten worse since the photo was taken. I notice that the upper section of Golf road has just had improvements to the footpath carried out and was wondering if there were works planned for Atkinson. A lot of parents use this footpath to go to/from Kaurilands school and Glen Eden intermediate and it is difficult to negotiate when pushing a pram.
  • Traffic Lights Phasing
    The traffic lights are short phasing. This has been happenning for 2 days.
  • Whole stetch of Street Lighting Out
    Whole stetch of Street Lighting Out
  • Large road cover (new) creates speed bump
    A new metal road cover has been installed incorrectly and creates a sharpe judder bar causing damage to vehicles and safety concerns. Needs corrective action to level out the road and metal cover. At western end heading west just past hospital entrance.
  • Street light not working
    Street light outside 12 and 14 Aumoe Ave is out yet again, this is the 4th time in the last 4 - 5 months. It seems to be mainly when the weather is bad.
  • Kaipara Portage Road, Riverhead
    It is getting to the point where you cannot drive on Kaipara Portage Road with the number of very large potholes
  • Street Light is leaning over and will fall to the ground soon!
    Street light on kirbside outside 22 Columbia Crescent is leaning over and looks like it will fall to the ground soon. Considered a Safety Hazard!
  • Street Light flicks on and off
    Street light on kerbside at 8 Columbia Crescent continuously flicks on and off during the night when other lights in street are on.
  • Roundabout needed! busy intersection!!
    Corner of Felton Mathew Ave and St Johns Road, St Johns, Auckland. Very busy and traffic is qued up to turn right from Felton Mathew into St John's Road.
  • TRAFFIC LIGHTS NEEDED! GRAND DRIVE/ABBOTS WAY REMUERA
    very busy and dangerous intersection seen many crashes here traffic lights or roundabout needed!
  • Speed humps at round about on beach road
    There have recently been speed humps installed on beach road round about in Browns Bay. I highly doubt that these comply with any bylaws or legistlation. They are clearly over 100mm high which would contravene the VTNZ standard of vehicles requiring 100mm clearance. They have the potential to create a serious accident and are not even the full width of the road but humped up in the middle. I am sure that this will be causing damage to motorists vehicles. This needs to be sorted out, this roundabout used to operate flawlessly.
  • Street lights out
    Street lights along Manapau St from train station to Tahapa Crescent have not been working for the past month.
  • Street Lighting not Working Laureston Ave
    Street lights on Laureston Ave, Papatoetoe are not working each night, is there some reason? Very dark driving in to street otherwise.
  • No street light
    The street light in this cul de sac has not been working for at least the past month. The street is much too dark, it creates a hazard -especially for pedestrians.
  • BAIRDS ROAD, POTHOLES!
    can we please have the at least 30-40cm deep pot holes on Bairds Road just before the main intersection filled? damaging pot holes!
  • Street lights not working on Chelsea View Drive
    At least 2 bulbs are not working, it's an hasard as a busy location/intersection (New World supermarket's exit)
  • Debris in street gutters
    After the recent storm the gutters in Ladies Mile opposite the school are full of debris from nearby trees and need sweeping as the debris is blocking the cesspits every time it rains
  • Pothole in middle of road
    Pothole outside of 53 Alfriston Road and opposite Choice Kids kindy. Nearly in middle of road, but more on the number 53 side. It's getting bigger.
  • Uneven NEW Road
    This road has been widened, by using the hard shoulder, in 2013. It has already had one fix of the potholes in the 'recovered' section (seriously - who is doing your roadworks, and who monitors them!) I suggest you urgently send an engineer out to survey the road. Its abysmal.
  • Street lights 1 update
    Ther is no street lightening on in Bay Street and sour rounding areas for about 4 days now
  • No lights at all in top block of Elgin Street since last weekend storm
    The street lights on Elgin Street between Crummer Road and Great North Road have been out since the storm last weekend (5 days now). It is VERY dark here. I think they are also out between Crummer Road and Williamson Ave. The lights along Crummmer seem to be working.
  • Street lighting not working1 update
    Street lights on Holly Street from Colarado Place to Eastdale Rd are not working
  • Water damage
    The recent heavy rain has created its own open drain / ditch across the middle of the gravel road. The erosion created along the south side of Taiapa Road leading to this new 'ford' is worth inspecting to prevent further damage also. Taiapa Road was also recently graded but the damage from the heavy rain and regular traffic means it should be inspected again for new potholes.
  • Pothole
    Deep pothole outside of 195-197 drive way, many cars are driving into it, needs to be fixed urgently before a speedster loses control and plow onto the side walk or nearby houses, its happened before
  • Waimauku Huapi SH16 Potholes2 update
    SH 16 between Huapai and Waimauku has been recently repaired. The repair is of a shocking standard with numerous potholes and uneven surfaces. This is at least the 4th time in 8 years this stretch of road has been repaired. Why is it not done properly? The potholes this time are a danger.
  • Confusing Traffic Lights
    On the intersection Nuffield Street / Remuara Road it seems that a traffic light has shifted due to the storm from last night, which confuses drivers coming from Nuffield street. You see red and green at the same time. Please refer to the picture. It's the traffic light on the right hand side.
  • Bus stop request
    There is no bus stop on this side of the road which means bus users are forced to stand in the rain and wait for their bus. For some reason there is a bus stop on the opposite side of the road which makes no sense as all bus routes terminate within about 1km of that bus stop at Long Bay. This side of the road needs a bus stop.
  • Walkway between Ceramco Place and Acacia Road unlit
    The walkway that links Ceramco Place and Acacia Road is completely unlit and makes users of this walkway very vulnerable at night considering it is completely open and has many spaces for people to hide. Personal experience is that you feel very unsafe using this at night.
  • car parks on my driveway,
    I need a white line for people to park their cars away from my driveway.They park their cars very close to my driveway or block a part of it. It blocks my view when I drive in or out of my house. I reported this problem a few times and the council towed away those cars but the problem stil exists and it really affects me and my family's safety because Market road is a very busy road and people drive quite fast. It feels dangerous to drive in and out because of poor vision. Could you draw a white line for proper parking,please?
  • Yellow Lines
    Today the council came and painted yellow lines on Bucklands Beach road (in front of 228) from the Public post box to the newly erected road crossing. THERE WAS NEVER ANY YELLOW MARKINGS THERE BEFORE today, and as a shop keeper at the Mobil corner shops, experience has taught me that this will only compound the parking issues we already have and more people will park in the church grounds much to their aggravation. PLEASE remove these yellow lines ASAP. Thank you.
  • Road is knackered
    The road at 600 Island Road on Puketutu Island is atrocious, it's to the point now I couldn't really call it a road as it has so many holes and it's so rough, this needs to be fixed as it's at the point now where it will start causing damage to all road users trucks and cars alike
  • Street light out 1 update
    Street light at end of Sunnydale Place has been out for more than 2 weeks
  • Broken Street Light
    Street light opposite 6 Emirau Place is broken. Flickers consistently, stays off for long periods of time. Is one of the only sources of light for the upper street, and must be fixed.
  • Pedestrian lights no working
    Two days ago all of the lights at this intersection failed. The traffice lights now work, but the pedestrian lights are not. This is a very busy intersection and there are schools nearby. Interestion at Carruth and lambie Drive, papatoetoe
  • Manhole Cover above the footpath surface
    Manhole wooden cover is higher than the footpath surface which make it hazard for people walking on that footpath and also for people skating in the area. Area is next to Victoria park play ground area. Please feel free to contact me if you need more details.
  • Dangerous roundabout
    Recently this roundabout corner Hugh Green and Spenser, was put in. Problem is that cars driving south from McClymonts through the roundabout are not slowing down and driving through the roundabout at excessive speed. This is due to the fact that the roundabout only has a very small island in the middle, it is not enough to deter speeders. When travelling from East coast Bays rd and turning right or going straight from Spencer Rd it can be quite difficult to see the cars and then deal with the speed they are travelling at. This is right outside Pinehill primary and needs to be addressed asap.
  • Footpath/pavement broken away and dangerous
    The footpath/pavement is broken and is harmful to car tyres and those crossing the road because it just drops away.
  • Brick detail inlay with messy concrete patching1 update
    Unacceptable workmanship. Trip hazard. It would pay to review all of these inlays along this road [This message is with particular reference to the one outside The Bottle O]
  • Car is parked unlocked - been parked for 1 week
    Reg DBE531 expired 11/05/2014 Honda Accord US Wagon - papers on seat suggest owner may be Suzanne Joy Keesing
  • Blocked Storm water grills
    Leaves seriously blocking two storm water grills outside nos 12 & 13 Huntington Drive. These are a trap and the old council was cleaning four times a year. Two agressive deciduous council kerb trees causing Problem.Have tried to contact council & it is not obvious how to do this. Please help ot we shall have a flood.
  • Green arrow turning left onto Easter Park Pde has a huge delay turning on
    This has bugged me for years! The arrow turning Left (from Manuka Rd) onto Eastern Park Parade is delayed for too long once the main light (going straight) turns red. I have never seen such a delay before and it is truly annoying! Many people ignore the delay and don't wait for it to turn green, they just go, knowing that it will turn green shortly. It confuses a lot of people and people are often having to toot the people in front once the arrow eventually has turned green.
  • Appleby Road needs a set of traffic lights
    My 2 children attend Albany ABC and it is a nightmare turning right out of that intersection. Even if I leave work early, the traffic is solid and it is still difficult to turn right safely. Appleby Road is a busy enough road to warrant traffic lights. This is paramount for the safety of the preschoolers and albany jr high school kids. It should be a high priority.
  • Dirty bus stop
    Please arrange cleaning of the bus stop OPPOSITE Auckland city hospital. The glass and metal trim are filthy and covered in months of dirt. Thank you. Also, your app "fix my street" no longer seems to work.
  • street light not working2 update
    We have a street light that works then cuts out. It needs to please be replaced. Thanks
  • street lights out1 update
    Street light outside 29 Sunnyside Crescent not working. Also I suspect on either side of 29 lights are not working as street appears very dark at night.
  • help the Visually Impaired Pedestrians
    Very strange looks like a tree stump stuck in the footpath outside 52 Symonds Street Auckland, I did not have a ruler and I did not look closer be bending down but looks like about 5 to 10 millimeters sticking out of footpath LOOKS LIKE TRIP HAZARD FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEDESTRIANS
  • Kerb/Crub crumbling
    The kerb outside 13 Marama St, Castor Bay, Auckland is crumbling and is need of repari
  • footpath raised by tree roots
    there is a significant step in the concrete footpath at 11 Park Ave, Grafton. It is beneath the tree, so is in shadow at night.
  • Drain at the Bus Stop
    Very large rats nest going in and out next to the drain where the bus stops
  • street light not working 52 grotto st onehunga
    street light not working 52 grotto st onehunga
  • Street lights not working
    Street lights not working which makes it hard for people to see returning from rugby at Eden Park
  • Golf Road / South Lynn Road intersection poor for pedestrians
    The above intersection is unsafe for pedestrians going to or from New Lynn from the Hilling Street area. It is a particular wide intersection with overly large sweeping radii that encourages higher vehicle speed and long desire lines for crossing pedestrians. Please can you provide a safe crossing location to the west of the South Lynn intersection for those users travelling west from South Lynn Road (the new zebra is too far off the desire line and would disadvantage pedestrians if that is suggested as an alternative). The radii are also far too large and should be reduced make the crossing of South Lynn road easier as the newly provided pedestrian refuge is in the wrong place if you want to head west from South Lynn road on to Golf Road. I have had a number of near misses with trying to cross this intersection as vehicles travel too fast up golf road.
  • Old and poor street lighting
    Hilling Street was built in the 1960's as part of a larger subdivision. Since this time the light standards have been updated and this street is no longer compliant with the levels required for an operational bus route. It is very dark at night to walk along and many people have to use torches to see. Please asses the current lighting levels and provide new lights, with closer spacing's and modern white lights (Ceramic Metal Halides or perhaps so of the newer 25W LEDs).
  • Fault1 update
    Street light not working outside 30 Ladies Mile Whangaparoa
  • Street lights not working1 update
    The whole of the drive epsom has no lights.
  • Birkenhead - no street lighting Onewa Rd, Mokoia Rd, Glenwood Ave
    There is a wide area of street lighting currently not working in Birkenhead. from top of Onewa Road, Highbury Bypass, Mokoia Road, Glenwood Ave, Glenbush Place. Has been like this since Wednesday 16th April 2014.
  • Bournemouth Terrace Murrays Bay
    Street lighting for entire street not functioning
  • Street light not working
    Called auckland city council on saturday last week and lodged a complain that the street lights are not working, they said they will fix it but now its 6 days and nothing has been done. Its really shocking services from the council.
  • light not working in park
    Light not working in park. The Guide hall/den does not have any lighting outside (for safety/access during winter months)
  • Phasing
    The past 2 days the lights have been short phasing at the bottom of Hillsborough road where it crosses the South Western Motorway. This has resulted in a 4km queue up and along Hillsborough road encountered at 8.20am today and a resulting 30 minute delay.
  • Pedestrian phase not working
    walking from Newton road, crossing Piwakawaka Street, ped phase not working, despite pressing button and beep noise happening... no green man, and no gap between car light phases for peds to cross
  • blocked turning area danger to children
    cars parked in the turning area at the end of Dorothy Road mean commercial vehicles have to reverse out, damaging cars and a threat to children playing. Agree with other complaint that no parking signs, markings are vitally needed
  • blocked turning area danger to children
    cars parked in the turning area at the end of Dorothy Road mean commercial vehicles have to reverse out, damaging cars and a threat to children playing. Agree with other complaint that no parking signs, markings are vitally needed
  • Ranui Station Road / Swanson Road Traffic Light Phases
    Hi there, the phases at this intersection is creating longer than necessary delays for people travelling along Swanson Road. Swanson Road is the main road here but the phasing for cars coming off Ranui Station Road allows 20 plus seconds when there is rarely more than 2-3 cars. Can this be reduced to around 5 seconds on green? (with extra time only if pedestrians are crossing. At any time of day there seems to be cars waiting on red with nothing else happening - so to sum up, more priority to Swanson Road through traffic and less to Ranui Station and Armada Drive.
  • fire hydrant leak
    Hi leaking fire hydrant for approx 2 weeks, outside #20. Have rung x2 with no results. Watercare needs to come and repair please. Water all over lawn, footpath and street. Thanks
  • Kirk str. Street light on day and night
    Bottom of kirk street before right turn into keppel str this orange street light is on 24/7. An unnecessary use of electricity?
  • Pedestrian crossing activated all the time
    The popular intersection of St Heliers Bay Rd and Long Drive /Ashby Avenue has the pedestrian crossing ‘active’ at all times, with or without pedestrians. These has two major implications: -By day, and specially at peak times, there are traffic congestions and problems to turn right due to shorter traffic lights changes -By night the typical sound signal for pedestrians can be heard at all times (usually without any pedestrians crossing)
  • Not working
    Street lights are out in deeming place. May be some on one side of park ave as well
  • Short phasing lights at intersection of Wilkinson & Ellerslie-Panmure Highway
    The traffic lights, controlling traffic merging from Wilkinson Road onto Main Highway and Ellerslie-Panmure Highway is letting on average 3 cars through in the mornings before they go red. Causing a queue stretching back almost to Gavin St. They have only been like this in the last month.
  • variable message sign for travel times please
    Hi there, We'd really appreciate a variable message sign before this roundabout (perhaps even at Kumeu), telling us travel times to the city via SH18 or SH16 please. That way we can decide our route or elect to get the bus or ferry on a really bad day (hey why not add ferry or bus times to the city too!)
  • main street light surging, flickering all night
    The large street light that is located outside the villa at 138 Victoria Road, Devonport surges high and low and flickers any time from 2am every morning til light. Our household would be terribly grateful if a low watt bulb could replace what is there. Thanks very much.
  • street light not working properly1 update
    The street lighting is always flashing on and off
  • Street Lighting
    Street lights both side of the road not working since last saturday, its very dark. Lights are between 464 and 470 Te Atatu Road, Te Atatu Peninsula.
  • Blown Street Light
    The street light out the front of 2 Buchanan Street no longer works. It is now quite dark on the street and a potential hazard
  • Street light not working
    Street light at the end of the street is not working, assume bulb blown.
  • Agnes shop at 20 High Street placing stickers on footpath
    The shop named 'Agnes' at 20 High Street (or possibly 18 High Street) has placed stickers on the footpath, essentially 'advertising' their business on public property. The stickers are blue stars. This shop has put stickers on the footpath previously, just a few months ago.
  • Blind Spot Caused by Scrub
    When turning right from Cornwallis Road into Huia Road, there is a point where traffic coming from the right become hidden due to the scrub growing at the side of the road. In years gone by this has not been an issue but has now become a real danger. Some one will be "T Boned" if you don't sort this out. Easy fix - cut back the road side scrub over for about a 20m distance and 2m into the verge. Have been driving this road for 36 years so speaking from experience.
  • A section of street light have been off for OVER a month!
    The section of street light from 97 to 125 had stopped working for over a month already. This is the second time I've reported this. Please fix it as soon as possible.
  • Phasing
    When I pass at 5.45am each week day, the lights are defaulting to Bishop Dunn Pl/Sancta Maria Way when there is no traffic waiting, thereby impeding the Te Irirangi traffic flow.
  • Button Not Working
    Khyber Pass Road bus stop opposite Osborne Street in Newmarker, Auckland. The Page Down button has never been working for a long time since it was serviced about a year ago. Only 1 page of listed buses ever shows (for a very busy bus stop!). Very frustrating at times. Many people I see try to use it and also can't access more than about 3 listed bus arrivals.
  • BUS STOP HAS 2 NUMBERS
    WHAT WRONG WITH WEB SITE EVERY TIME I COME HERE I GET STRESSED OUT I NEVER GOT A EMAIL ON THE CORRECT REPORT, THE SECOND ONE BECAUSE I GOT SO ************ OFF I PUT THE WRONG DETAILS LAST TIME THE MAPS DID NOT WORK THE BUS STOP IS NUMBER 1094 NUT ON THE DISPLAY OS 5727 ELECTRONIC DISPLAY GIVES THE NUMBER
  • stop has 2 numbers
    bus stop 1089 also has 5727 on electronic display near by
  • Pedestrian lights are not working
    The pedestrian light (just after the roundabout in the direction heading to Northcross; near Meat King) does not seem to be working. When I press the button to wait to cross, the red 'man' does not light up.
  • Uplifted/damaged concrete pavement
    Two concrete slabs on the pavement outside 143 Woodlands Park Road are cracked and being uplifted creating a serious tripping hazard on the pavement
  • Street light not working
    The street light outside 20 Mariri Road, Onehungs, Auckland 1061 is not working
  • Training observers to be dangerous.
    The Photo taken one hot afternoon shows or should show a air conditioning unit dripping water on to the top of a brown box that has a label saying “DANGER active electrical equipment” The box has to be water tight as this brown box and many more around the streets nearer you. But all the same in the interest of electrical safety having water drip onto a electrical box, whoever installed the air conditioning unit directly above the electrical box knowing that the air conditioning unit was going expel water during its operation must be poked in the head. It makes one wonder if the installed was done by a qualified electrician. The photo show a footpath around the electrical box is wet, this photo was taken at the corner Sarawia Street and Parnell Road. Just a couple of meters from Parnell Road.
  • Street light shining in bedroom
    I live at 10A Wynne Gray Avenue, Stonefields and directly across the road is a street light that emits so much light it affects my bedroom at night. Is it posiible for side shades etc to be affixed to deflect the light downwards
  • entry to road
    Entering and exiting Dominikovich Road, Pollok, Awhitu Peninsula is a dangerous and scary experience. When turning into this road from the main Awhitu Road you can not see around the corner and have to drive to a right angle then zoom across as fast as possible before being hit by on-coming traffic. Coming out of this road and turning left is not too bad as you can look through the pine tree plantation and watch for and guestimate the speed of cars, trucks, milk tankers coming up the hill before deciding whether or not to risk pulling out. Turning right out of this road onto the main road is simply too dangerous.
  • Street lighting pole damaged.
    Street light and pole was felled about 5 weeks ago,adjacent 18 & 20 Glen Ave Papatoetoe. When could we expect reinstatement please.
  • Who cares about Auckland pedestrians?
    I gave the new Panmure train station a visit yesterday, I wanted to cross Ellerslie – Panmure highway intending to head for Ireland road I had to risk live & limb to cross the road “WHAT A “POKE” OFF.” this was no pedestrian crossing I could see, there is one it you want to cross the bus terminal. Coming back I thought I would take a different route the electronic crossing at Lagoon drive was not to far down the road I used that. The crossing was way down Queen Road. I thought screw that I am not walking way down there, not since I survived crossing Ellerslie – Panmure highway with no pedestrian crossing, this should be a piece of cake, so I walked in between the traffic waiting to use the round about. …............................................................................ If there is a pedestrian crossing over the busy Ellerslie – Panmure highway (maybe it is way up the Ellerslie end) then maybe it would be handy if a sign was put up so pedestrians could “bang” into it as they leave Panmure train station, as banging into a sign would be less fatal then crossing Ellerslie – Panmure highway when the civil engineers “free to air TV intelligent“ When the consider pedestrian safety. WAKE UP AND GET THIS STRAIGHT, IF YOU PEOPLE WANT TO MAKE PEDESTRIANS SAFE ALL THE TIME, THEN I WILL USE THE SAFETY APPROACH ALL THE TIME!
  • No right turn phase for cyclists and motorcycles
    Cannot turn right legally exiting Mount Eden Road onto Symonds St. Cyclists and motorcyclists do not get a green light and run the red with a blind corner on their left.
  • Street light not working
    Street light in front of 5 Kestev Drive is not working again. It was restored about a month ago. Thank you.
  • street lights
    Half off the street lights in oranga ave are out,the half down to rockfield road,its pitch black at night. its been like that for at lest a week.
  • Loose and noisy manhole cover
    Loose Telecom manhole cover on transit lane bangs when cars and large vehicles drive over it. Please fix.
  • 2x street lights out of order for some time
    The street lights outside 11 & 15 Valley Road are not working.
  • street light is out of order
    Street light between 27 and 29 landscape road is too dim. and sometimes it stops working.
  • Street lights not working
    The street lights between 108 Great South Road and the junction with Mauranui Avenue in Epsom have not been working for several weeks. This stretch of the road has become hazardous for pedestrians and cyclists after dark.
  • Side of road collapsing leaving hazard to road users
    Part of the road is collapsing, leaving a big pot/sinkhole next to the give way sign at 1 Pickaberry Avenue, Karaka Lakes, Papakura. The hole is going in much deeper as can see on the photos and is increasing in size on a daily basis, it is creating a hazard for vehicles that is turning left and people using the walk path.
  • over cambered road
    Since the last time the road was relaid B-train trucks are consitently getting stuck reversing out of our Brett Ave drive way. Every time the road gets relaid the road gets higher and higher in comparison to the foot path and drive. The road is now over 200mm higher in the center of the road in relation to our driveway.
  • Srteet Light Fluctulating2 update
    Light operates normally,then appears to lose power,then operates normally for a short time.Has been playing up for many months. Situated opposite Waiwera Dairy,and at driveway entrance to Coach Trail Apartments.
  • Road surface potholes
    Between 69 Oaktree Ave and 95 Oaktree Ave, Browns Bay, the seal is breaking up, needs repair.
  • Poor Grip On Road Surface
    There is poor grip on most sections of Redoubt Road creating a very dangerous situation in the advent of rainfall. My wife lost control of her vehicle on this bend after some showers even though she was within the speed limits. Something needs to be done. 129 accidents have been reported on Redoubt Road between 2006 and 2010 according to a Stuff report. Something needs to be done to prevent any further accidents.
  • Street Lights out1 update
    3 Street lights around 728 East Coast Road are not working tonight. Thank you.
  • Street light not working
    The street light in front of 5 Kestev Drive, Flat Bush, 2016 Auckland
  • Broken/Out Streetlight opposite 55 Tiriwa Drive
    There is a broken/out streetlight opposite 55 Tiriwa Drive Massey. It is on a blind corner and there are a lot of construction vehicles using the road. It is a hazard.
  • Public access way is overgrown with hedges and weeds
    The public access way between the end of Bishop Street and Pukehana Avenue in Epsom is overgrown with weeds and neighbouring hedges. Please trim hedges and remove weeds, as these are untidy and if left, will make the walkway difficult to navigate. Thanks.
  • Lighting
    Street Lights on in daylight for last few days, also extends to Mt Eden Road
  • Street lights not working 2+ weeks
    Hello, the street lights in Parkfield Tce are not working. A lot of people walk along it, and it should feel safe. Also 2 break-ins apparently in the last 2 weeks.
  • Heavy trucks shaking my house
    There is a manhole on the road just outside my place Recently there has been increase of trucks, lorry and trucks with trailers using Lagoon Drive (possibly because of AMETI Project) They drive over a steel round plate in the road (manhole) It shakes my whole house it is really stressful…my house is old and it will be damaging it no doubt…clank clank bang bang!! I really need someone to help address this situation ..i have been putting up with it for the past 6 mths
  • Burnouts, Hooning
    Non-residents (and residents) are doing burnouts and doughnuts with high powered cars in the cul-de-sac. A physical solution - like speed bumps at the end of the circle in the cul-de-sac could prevent this.
  • sinkhole
    A month old sinkhole at a busy intersection where a walking school bus walk as well as other school kids and pedestrians. Particularly dangerous in wet weather as pavers are slippery too. Please address before someone gets hurt!!
  • Puka Street, Onehunga, AKL 1061 - EMERGENCY ACCESS SEVERELY HAMPERED
    This short street is not wide enough to accommodate parking on both sides whilst maintaining safe and easy access for residents and through traffic but even more importantly for emergency vehicles. In the event of a fire in the evening/overnight - this being the most common time for house fires – the Fire Brigade would find access to right-of-way properties in particular severely hampered. The ability for the Brigade to manoeuvre a truck to gain access to the middle of the street from either end and run hoses to hydrants for high pressure delivery via the truck will be virtually impossible in the evening, and the use of low pressure delivery from Grey St or Heretaunga Ave has the potential of life threatening delay in reaching people trapped. Low pressure delivery would also cause substantial water damage to property and surrounding homes. The majority of the homes on the street have ample off street parking for their own vehicles. Parking is available in surrounding streets for those living in the units who may require more than the allotted off street parking space available for their particular unit. Residents would be pleased to see yellow lines installed strategically to ensure ease of passage at all times for emergency vehicles. The addition of yellow lines would also serve to improve visibility and safety for the many young children resident in the street.
  • EMERGENCY ACCESS SEVERLY HAMPERED
    This short street is not wide enough to accommodate parking on both sides whilst maintaining safe and easy access for residents and through traffic but even more importantly for emergency vehicles. In the event of a fire in the evening/overnight - this being the most common time for house fires – the Fire Brigade would find access to right-of-way properties in particular severely hampered. The ability for the Brigade to manoeuvre a truck to gain access to the middle of the street from either end and run hoses to hydrants for high pressure delivery via the truck will be virtually impossible in the evening, and the use of low pressure delivery from Grey St or Heretaunga Ave has the potential of life threatening delay in reaching people trapped. Low pressure delivery would also cause substantial water damage to property and surrounding homes. The majority of the homes on the street have ample off street parking for their own vehicles. Parking is available in surrounding streets for those living in the units who may require more than the allotted off street parking space available for their particular unit. Residents would be pleased to see yellow lines installed strategically to ensure ease of passage at all times for emergency vehicles. The addition of yellow lines would also serve to improve visibility and safety for the many young children resident in the street.
  • Loose metal on tarseal
    Earlier this year Jackson Place was coated with tar and metal chip laid down. A letter to residents stated that this procedure was to provide safer/better traction on the road. The road condition was good prior to this. Now there is loose metal accumulated at the intersection of Jackson Place & Green Lane causing vehicles to loose traction, especially when entering Jackson Place after running downhill from Green Lane. There is also loose metal causing loss of traction at various spots in Jackson Place. Can this loose metal please be removed before there are accidents in this area.
  • 10 and 11 not synchronised correctly
    When all the lights turn red for all the cars. Only two out of three crossing options light up green at the intersection for pedestrians to cross. The lights on the poles marked 10 and 11 stay red, but then the next time, they go green so it is as though the skip a green light each time.
  • speed bumps requested to prevent dangerous driving
    Many people drive at speed up and down this street at all hours (it is wide and leads onto the Opanuku Stream walkway), in cars and on motorbikes and mopeds (licence plates removed). Those on motorbikes and mopeds use it as access to the walk/cycle way (on which they are not allowed). Cars often do burnouts (evidence can be seen at the end of the road nearest the reserve), the drive off at speed. This is particularly dangerous as there are many children living on this street, playing at the end of the street (dead end) and there is a primary school located on this street. Speed bumps would likely be a significant deterrent to these dangerous drivers.
  • Pothole/Dip
    Large dip on corner of the road, no possibility to avoid by driving around because it is a blind corner so risk of head on.
  • Loose stones spilling onto road1 update
    The gravel driveway crossing that feeds 31, 33 & 35 Cornwallis Road spreads well out onto the road. This is on the outside of a corner on a narrow road and causes drivers to dangerously cross over the center line to avoid it. It was recently cleared a little but returned again with the next heavy rain. The same issue to a lesser degree occurs outside number 37, 39 & 67. These crossings are clearly part of the road verge land and should sorted. Note that residents are charged more than city rates for sub city standard roads and paths & services out here.
  • Speed bump urgently required due to cars speeding
    Please consider urgently installing the speed bump on Fernhill Way between houses No.92 and No.96 next to the reserve, before anyone gets seriously hurt. There is a reserve on both sides of the road and the road is sloping down from both directions. I live on this street since 2008 and daily witness cars speeding down in both directions; quite a few of them are accelerating on purpose. Sometimes it is impossible to cross the road for a few minutes because the cars are going too fast. There's a sign "Look out for Children" installed before the reserve on one side of the road but it is being constantly ignored. Children often play in the reserve and cross the road which is very dangerous with some cars doing well over 60ks an hour. For example, the speed bumps are installed on the opposite side of the reserve, on Medallion Drive. Why can not the same be done on Fernhill Way? We have a lot of traffic going through the street. Also with Sohlue Place now settled with people, the intersection of Sohlue Place and Fernhill Way is a very dangerous place with cars speeding along Fernhill Way. Furthermore, an additional street light is required, in the same place where the speed bump needs to be, as this is a very dark place on the street. Thank you.
  • Trafflic lights cannot sense motorbikes
    riding southbound on Mt Eden Road, turning right onto Mount Albert road, the sensors do not pick up motorbikes, and I sat through three cycles with no green arrow- ended up getting off motorbike and pushing it over road rather than riding through red light
  • Stormwater grill purtruding past curb Hazard for car tyres
    Stormwater grill purtruding past curb Hazard for car tyres Went to park on curbside, Left front tyre had hole ripped in it from steel SW grill purtruding past curbline. $250 of damage to new tyre. Evidence of previous incidence due to wear on sharp point of steel. Would like compensation please. Approx. 12:30pm 15thNov2013
  • reoccurring sinkhole1 update
    There is a dangerous sinkhole problem at the corner of a very busy intersection where lots of pedestrians pass by, including a walking school bus everyday. This problem was patched up a few months ago and has happened again.
  • Street lights not working.
    Two street lights are not working. This is making the area dark and an easy target for thieves. We had 3 cars broken into last week! We need some action ASAP.
  • Uneven footpath in two areas
    Two areas between Renoir st and Luckens reserve, both on Marina View Drive on the right side heading down the hill, where the footpath is very uneven and I had a heavy fall there this week.
  • Pot Hole Pavilion Drive
    Deep pot hole on Pavilion Drive (Villa Maria end - outside Kuehne & Nagel) - Has been there getting worse for the past 4 weeks at least.
  • Causing injury
    The pavement outside 14 & 16 Marellen Drive Red Beach is disjointed in 3 areas causing elderly walkers to fall & sub stain injuries. This path is in need of repair and has been like this for several years and the movement over time is increasing the different levels of concrete. It is these levels that cause people to fall. Last person to fall received facial, elbow, knee injuries and she was in her 80's.
  • Traffic management in desperate need. People have been significantly injured
    During April 2013 our land lady was struck by a speeding vehicle. She lost a lot of blood and spent close on a month in ICU. She received a large cut from her tigh up the side of her body. Its now October and she is still unable to return to work due the agony she still suffers from. She was struck by a motorist in the morning while she was unlocking her vehicle. Why was she opening her car during on coming traffic? Because this road is extremely busy during peak hours and there is no break in the traffic. Speed bumps and traffic lights would be perfect for Abbotts Way and Lynn Ave. I believe someone was killed on Lynn Ave last night. Surely enough is enough????
  • street light not working
    The street light outside 42 Range View Rd Mt Albert has not been working for about 2 weeks. Please fix ASAP.
  • Expired Car Registration 27/05/2013
    Hi, At 13 Oregon Avenue, Avondale, there is a Red 1990 Nissan NX Coupe Registration Number TJ2003. The registration sticker expired on the 27/05/13. He either parks the car on the road outside of 13 Oregon Avenue,or across the road outside number 8
  • Orakei Rd - Remuera Rd Traffic Lights
    The road works on Orakei Rd have resulted in only one lane at the traffic lights where there were two. One to turn left onto Remuera Rd or go straight ahead down Ascot Ave and one to turn right onto Remuera Rd. The right turning traffic light is never showing green indicating there is no right hand turn however there is no signage to that effect. If a car wanting to turn right waits for the green light and doesn't receive one , NO CARS go through the light resulting in a long line of cars backing up down Orakei Rd. A sign would alleviate this issue entirely - it is easy for all cars to either turn left onto Remuera Rd or proceed down Ascot Ave. Right turning traffic can then easily go right into Cotter Ave and return up onto Remuera Rd. BUT THERE NEEDS TO BE A "NO RIGHT TURN" SIGN. It took 6 sets of lights to get through them today as the green light phasing is very short.
  • Tree roots lifting pathway
    Tree roots are lifting the concrete pathway in a couple of places along Oak Manor Drive, not only presenting a tripping hazard, but also a sharp edge which could injure a child or elderly person if they fell onto it.
  • St lighting needs fixing
    The St light outside 70 Franklin Rd needs fixing. When switched on at night they switch between on & off at approx. 3-5 minute intervals.
  • Accident waiting to happen.
    Cars are to be passing straight through the crossing lights near bus stop regardless of red light. The problem appears to be that people are not seeing the red light clearly. This happens hourly and is extremely dangerous.
  • Footpath missing
    The footpath at the top of 14 Jellicoe Road appears to need concreting. It is currently a potential slip hazard for pedestrians wanting to access the slip road, and it is a hastle for residents in the slip road with wheelie bins (who need to go on the road in order to wheel the bin onto the footpath).
  • Flickering street light
    There has been a flickering street light at the beginning of Jellicoe Road. It has been slowly turning off and on for some time.
  • Blockhouse Bay Rd Pothole
    A medium sized pothole in the left hand lane going North. Quite hard to avoid as it's right where the driver side tyre is.
  • still broken glass on grafton bridge
    this broken glass never get picked up and is always on the footpath, this is very good if anybody barefooted, the only time the rest of the rubbish gets cleaned out is when a strong wind comes along
  • dont feed me I am not a mushroom
    The photo attached taken today has not been fix, I really like get stressed out doing nothing Thank you very much I did not sign it off someone else did thankyouvery much to read more go to this posting this stioll has not been fixed yet, dont feed me crap anymore this has not bben fix ed this photo wass taken this morning Mondsay 30 September 2013 thankyo very muck A........ my first posting that has not bben fixed up http://fixmystreet.org.nz/issue/3566
  • A deep pothole
    Please see the image attached. Here is the exact location: https://maps.google.com/?q=-36.8659166667,174.8076333333&spn=0.05,0.05&t=h&om=1&hl=en
  • pedestrain indicators blocked by buses, nusanse for VIP's
    As one might be walking off Grafton bridge, Buses on Symonds Street sometimes block the pedestrian "cross now" indicators, most often the reason why this happens, buses creep forward so other buses behind them can use the free turn on to Karangahape R. With all the Visually Impaired Pedestrians (VIP) around (and this is why all the footpath cancer has been rolled out) this needs urgent attention, otherwise the footpath cancer is only a big fast and only place there so normal pedestrians can slip on it when wet and injure themselves.
  • no green indicator.
    As you are standing under the Southern motorway, waiting cross the south going motorway on-ramp so you can continue to walk down Khyber Pass R, The green person "cross now" does not light up any more
  • Kerb stones sunken and missing
    Several of the kerb stones have sunken and are not retaining the verge soil. A few of the kerb stones are missing as well, allowing soil and vegetation to block the channel
  • Green Traffic light doesn't work
    Green traffic light doesn't work for about a week on intersection of Lambie Dr and Manukau Station Road. It will be a second traffic light (closest to Mitre 10) if you drive towards this store from Wiri.
  • Yellow lines faded, and more outside 119 Hinemoa Street requested
    There are about 11 Properites that use Glade lane (located betwwen 115 and 119 Hinemoa Street) The Yellow lines are very faded outside 115 and 119, meaning often cars park here making visibility of oncomming traffic very bad. Also due to the curve of Hinemoa road, I request that the yellow lines get extended to also be put in front of at least half of 121 Hinemoa. Pulling out of Glade lane is extremely difficult and a few near misses have already happened.
  • Hazardous road
    Exmouth street is used as a shortcut bewteen newton and new north road, by cars and trucks. The road is far too narrow for the speeds that that vehicles travel on this road. The road is too narrow for trucks to be using the road as a shorcut. Cars parked on exmouth street frequently have their wing mirrors damaged by passing vehicles. Also many parked vehicles are damaged by other drivers inability to parallel park. This road is a hazard and requires traffice calming measures to slow the traffic. This also road requires measures to reduce damage to parked vehicles. A possible solution could be changing the road to a one way street, and changed the parking to diagonal parking (such as saint benedict st)
  • Lack of car parking for residents
    Residents are frequently unable to find car parks on Basque Rd or Exmouth Sreet, as they are used (for free) by local workers, and at night and weekends by visitors to the gay club on basque rd. This area is in desperate need of some resident only parking.
  • Pothole geeting larger
    Hello. The pothole on this road is getting larger and the road is cracking. Major hazard for drivers and cyclists
  • Street light is not working
    Needs to be fixed immediately as this is only one of two lights on the cul de sac.
  • Overuse/abuse of pedestrian lights
    Can we please put a sign near the button for the pedestrian lights, saying something like: "These lights are for children, elderlies, or people with disabilities only. If you are an able-bodied adult, please take your hand off the button, and JUST CROSS THE DAMN ROAD!!".
  • Overuse/abuse of pedestrian lights
    Can we please put a sign near the button for the pedestrian lights, saying something like: "These lights are for children, elderlies, or people with disabilities only. If you are an able-bodied adult, please take your hand off the button, and JUST CROSS THE DAMN ROAD!!".
  • lights not qorking
    All the lights are not working since last week Thurs.
  • Street light is not working
    The street light located at the end of Reno Way, intersecting with Stancombe Road, has gone out of service.
  • Broken Light1 update
    Not sure if someone is tampering with the light as my car has been broken into 3 times in the last two months whilst the light was not on. It turns on some nights but most nights it is off. Not sure who I was suppose to call to get this looked at. Came across this site when looking for it. Would love to get this fixed :D
  • Lack of adequate street lighting.
    I would like council to review lighting in our street. As at present there is only one light positioned torwards one end of street making the far end of street approx 100m very dark.Over the 17 years we have lived there,there has been numerous vehicle break ins and tampering of cars in drive ways and public parking area,many going unreported ,also the vunerability of occupiers arriving home late at night in poorly lit area. I would like council to install one more streetlight in street or at the very least increase brilliance of existing light.Thankyou.
  • phasing not working
    Traffic light on intersection Mt Eden Rd/Essex/Stokess not phasing properly. 2 or 3 green lights for mt eden rd before green for essex st or Stokes rd
  • excessive speeds for residental area
    Huia Rd is a 70 km zone between the titirangi round about and the woodlands park round about. This is despite the numerous 35 kmph corners. Drivers frequently misjudge rad conitions and there are high numbers of accidents on the road. Boy racers regularly race from round about to round about due to no traffic calming measures. A review of the speed limit is needed to reduce the high number of traffic accidents on the road.
  • Light out
    Light out, number 227740
  • Pothole needing repair
    This pothole is steadily getting larger everytime it rains. It needs filling please.
  • Apirana Ave, Footpath Collapsed and Dangerous1 update
    Apirana Ave footpath collapsed and dangerous. On West side of Ave in front of the Pernod Ricard factory, asphalt footpath has completely failed. Attached photo show slippery silt where topsoil is leaking onto the footpath, large divets of aspahlt that are a safety hazard to cyclists, large puddles. There is also overgrown foliage. Immediate improvement is required.
  • Dangerous pot holes
    Cars are having to avoid large pot holes by going to other side of road Very dangerous as it's after a rise on 80km strip Will either damage car if you drive through it if another car is coming the other way A lot of heavy trucks use this stretch so is getting worse daily
  • Pothole / manhole cover loose and very loud
    On the City bound Dominion Rd to New North Rd flyover there is a loose steel plate at the northern abutment. All traffic on the flyover seems to hit it creating a very loud clanging noise. There are at least three audio and film recording facilities in Minnie Street, not to mention residents for whom this is commercially and personally problematic.
  • Lighting out1 update
    Street light located outside 24 Ferntree Tce is on one night and off the next so its not the bulb, just started doing it this week. The pole is also leaning backwards about 5 degrees as the ground has subsided because of the street drain culvert running next to it, don't know if that has anything to with the problem.
  • street light not working
    street light out side 22 derrimore heights clover park manukau is not working also when it did work it off and on all night when it felt like it Cheers
  • Dangerous corner
    6 cars driven through my fence school less than 300metres away. Police have records of incidents. Are we waiting for someone to get killed?
  • Dangerous blind side road
    The exit to the right-of-way to properties at 392 Redoubt Road presents a danger, especially for those many residents exiting the right-of-way onto Redoubt Road. Whilst the lawful speed along Redoubt Road is 50kmh, most progress along this road at speeds in excess of 50kmh, resulting in a high risk exit from the right-of-way. One resident from this right-of-way has been 'tee-boned' to date, with many expressing concern at 'near misses'!! What is required is either, a 'judder bar' in the road close to the blind right-of-way; OR, a mirror opposite the exit, OR, the severe pruning of the trees and shrub age from the property closest to the right-of-way exit which would allow 'exiters' a better vision of what traffic was approaching. Of great concern to us, is the fact that 4 of our young grandchildren live in this right-of-way (392A), and they are subjected to unacceptable risk whenever exiting the right-of-way to Redoubt Road. We would appreciate your attention to fixing this potential risk to 'life and limb'. Yours sincerely, GEOFF BENNETT Bennett@norfolk.nf 021 294 6583
  • Good thinking on street lighting
    It seems Lauriston Avenue old street lighting has been changed to 40 Watt LED lighting, this is great of course this is whiter than the old street lighting, but seems a bit brighter, what a pity there is no "before" photo. I suspect there will be a savings of a few hundred watts per street lamp, it great! If you live outside Auckland ask your council for LED street lighting.
  • New street lighting issue
    Recently the signalised signals outside our property on Balmoral Road were modified to remove the central island. As part of these works a new streetlight was installed on the southern side of the crossing and when it is on at night there is considerable light spillage. We would like a guard to be installed on the streetlight to minimise the light spillage into the properties behind the streetlight.
  • Street light not working - Radcliffe Street
    Street light on 7 Radcliffe street not working. Houses nearby have been broken in at night. Safety issue.
  • 35 korotaha Tce street light flickering
    Street light has been flickering on and of for the past 2 months
  • Insufficient street lighting1 update
    The street lights on Farquhar Road all the way between Farquhar Road and Phelps Place (see red pin on map)are insufficient. The lights are far apart, lighting is poor and make the roads and neighbourhood unsafe for pedestrians and motorists. Twice my house has been burgled and many of my neighbours are unhappy and feel insecure because of the poor lighting and resulting darkness.
  • Street Lightings not working2 update
    Hi, our streetlights are not coming on and it is pitch black out there, they are never on for a while now.
  • Malfunctioning street lights1 update
    Lights from the Kelvin Rd - Willis Rd corner, down to about 21 Kelvin Road are out again. We have had nothing but trouble with these lights for at least the past two years and want a permanent repair to be undertaken. From the corner down to 21 Kelvin Road is extremely dark and unfortunately, opportunistic thieves use the darkness to wander through properties, break into vehicles and garages looking for something to steal. There is also the fact that many of the residents in this particular part of the street are elderly, and very fearful when the lights are out. We would appreciate it if these lights could be fixed properly, the money spent on constantly sending out workmen could be better spent elsewhere.
  • Intersection conjestion and safety
    To whom it may concern, As this area has become increasingly busy and continues to develop, this intersection becomes easily congested which can cause safety risks for some drivers. I have noted that most cars passing the intersection on the Dairy Flat highway are speeding well over the 50km/h speed limit. It is also hard to see if cars are approaching the intersection from Albany Village as some plants are obstructing a clear view. Please would you conduct your own research/observations and then please consider a roundabout (or traffic lights) to regulate traffic flow and speed? There are traffic lights at the next intersection within Albany Village carrying similar traffic. Thank you.
  • street light broken/ not working
    29 Lucienne drive, Ranui lamp light is broken/not working a health and safety issue for residents.
  • Street Light turning off and on
    The street light outside our place at 92 Williamson Ave Grey Lynn 1021 keeps switching off - and I suspect once cool switches back on again.
  • Street Light not working2 update
    The street light on the corner of Lincoln St and John St is not working, making this a very dark stretch of street that is used frequently by pedestrians and vehicles.
  • Misuse of Flush Medium / Concrete traffic island
    The continued misuse of the flush medium as a defacto traffic lane has caused another accident as somebody has yet again been T boned by a right turning car attempting to turn out of Vancouver Ave. The car crashed into the property across the road and drove into the fence. Lucky no one was killed while standing on the corner in front of the fence. Its not only individual cars but also Buses which travel at excessive speeds up the flush medium hoping to make the lights for the right turn onto Mt Albert Road. Its become dangerous during busy times to try and enter the traffic from our property without the fear of being hit by a vehicle traveling up the flush medium. What is needed is a concrete traffic island before Vancouver Ave and Marne Rd intersection to stop people doing this. Another concrete traffic island would also be useful before Taumata Road intersection with Sandringham Road.
  • Need street lighting on lower street
    The lower section of Howard road has no lighting. There is no foot path and the street is steep at one end. With no lighting this causes an issue in seeing pedestrians am cars at night. Please review and fix if possible.
  • Street Light out
    Street light outside entrance to Pompallier Tennis Club has not been working for past couple of months.
  • this lamp still not going yet it has been removed
    this lamp still not going yet it has been removed from this fixmystreet to be fixed list.
  • Traffic lights not working
    Traffic Lights at corner of Crowhurst St and Khyber pass road are not allowing traffic to turn right onto khyber pass road.
  • Light out - the whole Holland Avenue - July 2013
    Light has been out for a while now, perhaps several weeks already. Please check and fix it.
  • Pathway lighting
    The path lighting leading up from Constellation Dr to the park'n ride is very dark and in my opinion dangerously dim.There are several bushes along the path in darkness where people can hide.
  • Street Light Out
    The street light on the corner of Juniper Rd & Sycamore Dr is not working.
  • Street Lights Turn On Late
    The street lighting in Rosemary Ave Forrest Hill are not turning on until approx 6.30pm leaving the street in darkness up until this time. Perhaps these haven't been set to daylight saving?
  • Traffic Lights between Boston and Khyber Pass
    The phasing of the lights here is terrible and causes major delays and traffic jams every morning. The phase for the Boston light is very short. Most of the time only 2 or 3 cars can get through but the other problem is that the Khyber Pass phase is too long and everyone runs the red lights so by the time the Boston light goes green the traffic can't move anyway because the cars on Khyber have backed up pass the intersection so the Boston cars can't get out. Please change the phasing.
  • Light on footpath not working
    The light at the top of the footpath from Grande Ave extension up to Summit Drive, which light is located at the foot of the steps, has not been working for past 2 weeks, making area very dark and dangerous. Could this be fixed please.
  • Re: Street lights1 update
    Hello, I live at 44 Reding Street Takanini. The lights in our Street have been off for over 2 weeks. Can you fix it please thank you.
  • Traffic light not working
    The traffic light does not work for turning left onto Ti Rakau Drive from Fremantle place. When a car trying to trun left to Ti Rakau Drive the traffic light will not trun green.
  • walkway needs gravel -turns to mud with any rain
    walkway at the end of harbour village drive needs gravel . when it rains it turns to mud. this is where the walkway goes back through the bush and up to the ponds.
  • Street light not working
    Street light outside #10 is not working
  • water leak on footpath and broken part
    hi, infront of the 16 kitewao st, northcote, there is a continuous water leak and also part of footpath is broken. it is council sidr if footpath.
  • pavers collapsing creating a dangerous hole.1 update
    Deep hole in footpath on the corner of a busy intersection could cause someone to trip onto the road. Lots of kids walk to school along this route, ie, Avondale primary walking school bus.
  • Unregistered cars parked on public road3 update
    The owners/tenants of 11B Selwyn Street continually park unregistered vehicles on the street. Along with the photo attached, on there was a car plated XK8040 (1998 Holden Astra)with a registration that expired on the 15/10/2012, as was a 2002 Nissan Skyline ESZ940 with a registration expiry of 8/11/2012.
  • Light out in walkway
    The street light is out in the walkway between Edmund Street and Grampian Road. This is a very long alleyway with two sets of steps in the middle. The light is positioned by the sets of steps, but is currently not working making the steps very dangerous at night - you can't see them at all.
  • how many posting here does it take to change a lamp in auckland1 update
    lamp next to old grandstand, museum to left in background
  • Street Lights not working
    Hello There, I am writing to let you know that the main road street lights on Onewa Road are not working from past 3 days. location is from 238 onewa road to Highbury mall lights. kindly look into this.
  • Flooding from Southern Motorway
    Rain water from the southern motorway enters the back of the property and floods the underneath. since the property sits in a dip with hills on both sides, rain water collects and because there is no drainage system on the southern motorway, the water is forced to flow down our property, flooding the foundation.
  • Large Potholes in service lane
    There are several very large potholes in the service lane between Lansford Crescent and Saint Georges Road. They are large enough for some vehicles to scrape on the roadway if a wheel goes into it.
  • Street light malfunctioning
    Street light is flickering on and off at night outside 4 Wynsfield Garden and is problematic for people walking down the street at night
  • Lights not working
    Puroto St lighting not coming on at all for 3 weeks.
  • Road bump required
    Every morning and evening I come up Union St and cross by the Nelson St off ramp. Darker mornings and evenings mean that drivers do not see pedestrians as they race around that section of road. This is particularly dangerous on a dark morning wearing dark clothes. A speed hump just at the turn off from the Nelson St lights would slow these drivers down.
  • Street light not working
    Please fix faulty street light opposite 15 Walmsley Road, St Heliers. It's very dark and it is by school playground which seems to be hangout place for teenagers at night. Thanks
  • Speedhumps please!!!
    Please could speedhumps be installed on Brightside road Whangaparaoa? We have seen numerous of near misses and or racing speedfreaks coming down from Whangaparaoa rd or up from Leisure centre side. Our vehicle was parked on the road overnight and in the morning you could clearly see how close "burn out"-tyre marks came to it! I don't think it was 10cms! We have a lot of young families with small children on this street! PLEASE HELP!
  • lamp not lighting
    the grandstand Auckland domain
  • Leaking fire hydrant
    water is leaking from the footpath on Nelson Street, running down wellesley street creating a constant stream of water which is becoming slippery
  • Speed humps please
    We are extremely concerned at the speed cars both approach and exit the round about. There is a lot of traffic and due to schools in close proximity there are a lot of pedestrians. It is not if but when a car will loose control and hit someone! Could speed humps or something else be installed to reduce the speed of the traffic?
  • Not working
    Both street lights are not working.
  • Street lights going on and off
    The street lights on Haslett St are not working properly. They turn on and off many times throughout the night. Often the street is in total darkness.
  • Streetlight not working for 4 months
    Last year 2 Degrees replaced a well functioning streetlight with their own post with cell tower antenna attached. The new light hasn't worked for months and months. Neighbours report a couple of strange blue glows in the middle of the night a couple of months ago but not a flicker since then. Just darkness for the surrounding area and the bus stop diagonally opposite. Now we have had vandals scratching the glass in the bus shelter as they know they can't be seen at night. 2 degrees replaced this lamp post. Between Ak Council and 2 degrees can't someone get it sorted?
  • Street lights not working1 update
    Street lights in the whole of Moffitt Place, James Street, Daniel Avenue are not working following last night's electrical storm and power outage.
  • Streetlight not working
    Has failed again after being repaired previously. Looks like top of light has broken.
  • Pedestrian Button not activating crossing
    When the button is pushed on the pedestrian crossing the lights are not changing to red for pedestrians to cross. The crossing light is resetting itself and repeated pushing does not activate the crossing.
  • driving on the footpath
    it needs to be brought to your attention that in early morning traffic on diana drive buses and other vehicles are driving along the footpath to get past. this is a single lane road but people seem to think it is 2 lanes even if they have to use the footpath. i believe this to be very dangerous.
  • Flashing street light
    Street light opposite 50 Hamlin Road is flashing. Could this be fixed please? Thanks
  • 2 street lights out
    one outside number 10 and one outside number 16 are not working
  • Street light not working
    Light pole is right in front of 15 Camden Place, right at the end of dead end street. It was on and off so i phoned the council....nw it doesnt work at all.
  • Damage to Road
    Contractor installing water main has caused road to subside on corner causing vehicles to pitch dangerously when cornering. This is peculiarly bad for heavy vehicles.
  • Faulty Street Lights2 update
    Tonight as I walked my usual route I experienced TWO street lights that went out. the first was just past the Queen Street/ Kitchener Road intersection west of the Hill Superete. The second was outside 182 Kitchener Rd opposite the end of Wellington St., Thank you.
  • DANGEROUSLY INSUFFICIENT STREET LIGHTING
    Note: I reported the problem with street lights by phone to AKL city council on 9th or 10th May 2013. To date nothing has been done. 1. The street light opposite Carlton Road and on the station side of Station Road is not working. 2. The street light on the corner of Station Road and Birch Road is not working. 3. There are NO LIGHTS WHATSOEVER further down Station Road in the stretch of road opposite the A&P grounds (stockyard). This unlit street is dangerous for train commuters returning to their parked cars at night. I commute from Pukekohe to Auckland CBD, and when I return to my car in the evening it is already dark, and I cannot see where I am stepping. I am also nervous to walk down to my car alone, as there are no houses or people about at the A&P grounds end of the road. It is deserted at night, and not a safe environment for women especially. REQUIRED: a. Immediately repair the existing lights that don't work. b. Install new street lights in Station Road opposite the A&P grounds.
  • Not working
    Outside 196 Kitchener Road
  • The lights have been off since Wednesday 1 May
    My husband and my self have notified the appropriate departments to no avail.
  • Failure of street lighting2 update
    There are 3 street lights outside the main gate of Zayed College, 44 Westney Road, Mangere. This us seen not only as a security issue but one of Health & Safety the studentd that attend the school & anyone that come & go from the school. If urgent attention could be given to correct the street lighting around the main gate area.
  • Pedestrian crossing lights not working
    The traffic lights which conytolnthe pedestrian crossing on Remuera Road outside 514 Remuera Road, the nearesr cross street is Wairua Road, Remuera, do not work. Each day we are dodging incredibly busy traffic (with our children in tow) to cross Remuera Road as like I've stated, regardless when or how many times the button is pressed it doesn't trigger the lights to change to red so we can walk across. As this is a school area these lights should be working.
  • Street lighting 1 update
    The street lights at our end of Mt Taylor Drive are not working and have been this way now for many days. Can this please be fixed. Thanks
  • all of bronwylian drive out
    The whole of our street has no lights
  • The road elevation is too low
    The road is surface for cars is too high while the footpath is too low, thus most cars aren't able to drive up the property at 32 Bond Crescent without getting damaged to front/rear bumpers.
  • Access panel fallen off
    I notice the access panel on the metal street light pole (about 1.5mtrs off ground) has fallen off and the wiring is on show - easily accessed by vandals. This pole is at Bus Stop 3180, opposite the petrol station
  • Morvern Reserve lights
    Two of the main lights in the reserve do not work and a third is hidden by a tree (which needs pruning). Therefore due to the inadequate lighting the walk from St Andrews Road through the reserve to Morvern Road and vice versa is a threat to public safety. Needs urgent attention please.
  • Street lighting not working
    Street lighting has not been working all around Bradford St, York St, Earle St since end of March 2013.
  • Car with Expired Registration 2012
    Car keeps coming and going at end of road. License Plate is BUH554 It is a Green Wagon. It keeps parking at the end of the road and it has an expired registration by a year.
  • Street lighting in Colt Place, Manukau 2105
    The street lamp situated outside #3 Colt Place needs replacement. It has been out for the past 3 weeks at least. Please fix. Thank you
  • Vailima Way should have yellow dotted lines on our side
    At the moment there are only limited dotted yellow lines on our/the lower side of Vailima Way. When cars are parked on both sides of the road it is almost impossible for cars driving through to get through without affecting one of the parked vehicles. It is too thin for there to be parking on both sides of the street and the side where the bank goes up steeply would make most sense to have lines along it (the other side is flat and has a footpath).
  • Slow down!
    Too many cars are travelling up to 80km/h towards Eban Avenue down Sylvia Rd. This is a neighbourhood that surrounds a school which means there are plenty of children in the vicinity, not to mention pets. We need something to force drivers to slow down as they think a clear straight piece of road is an invitation to race down the road.
  • Street light turning off and on
    The street light outside 28 Kakariki Ave turns off and on intermittently at night. It is pretty dark down that end of the street when the light goes out which makes me feel anxious when walking through at night.
  • Subsidance across both lanes
    There is quite a drop in the road pavement when travelling to Huia when approaching the turn off to Kaitarakihi Rd. The drop causes vehicals to swerve somewhat particulary when they are at speed (its a 100kph location). On the weekend just gone I was following a car towing a boat (very common on this road) and when the boat went over the edge of the drop it caused the car driver to swerve on to the opposite side of the road. Not completely but enough that if another car had been travelling the other way there would have a serious incident. Vehicals coming the others way with be doing 100kph as there is a reasonable straight prior to a rise up the hill. I have witnessed this type of event before so I suspect that this spot is an accident spot waiting to happen. The road is unlit during night (its rural in my opinion). I know of at least 1 person being killed on this stretch of road in the last 15 odd years.. I know of multiple accidents. During winter the area is prone to ICE. The fix would be simple. There is no road surface broken (as seen at road speed). Approx a 2metre strip of hotmix across both lanes would repair this. MAx depth estimated at 100mm tapering to 0mm. A cut may be required to 'join' the new seal with existing pavement.
  • street light out
    street light at the end of the cul de sac not working
  • Homemade signage, road cones etc used to privatise public parking bays
    On the corner of Wood Street and Elizabeth Street a variety of objects have been used to privatise legal curbside parking spaces that should be available for use by the general public. Could I request that Auckland Transport Remove non-endorsed parking signage and objects such as road cones and similar from its roads where no traffic management plan has been approved. I note that this practice seems common throughout the Freeman bay area. Ideally I would like to see regular sweep preformed by the counsel as there is an implied threat of retribution against private citizens who ignore the DIY signage or move objects blocking carparks
  • Slippery footpath surface
    In the wet the footpath surface in the patched areas which are numerous are to slippery to walk on. No one walks on the East side of the street. It is a real health and safety issue which needs sorting sooner than later.
  • no street lights1 update
    Lights have been out for 2 nights now,has been 1 x cycle accident so far as a direct result
  • STREET LIGHT NOT WORKING
    OUTSIDE ON STREET AT 75 TAKAHE ROAD TITIRANGI
  • around 5-6 lights not workin
    Street lights not working on the budgen street.pls fix them asap
  • Pothole in the dark1 update
    36° 52'14.26 South 274° 46'50.12 East
  • Lights Out AGAIN
    Thanks for the quick fix that occurred earlier this week today is 28th March / unfortunately for the residents of Ingram Cres, Otara the problem has arisen once more and we are left with Three Working StreetLights this is definitely not good enough.
  • Street light not working properly
    The street lighting is always flashing on and off at address of 11 Cantora Avenue, Northpark , Manukau 2013. thanks.
  • Lamppost hit multiple times
    The Lamppost on the edge of the off street parking area that is next to 16 Viaduct Harbour Ave. It has been hit multiple times in the last month by vehicles reversing out of the parking area as they do not see it. The connection of the pole into the ground may be compromised.
  • Street lights have not been working for a week
    The street light in Ngapawa Street has not been working for a week. . The lights on the corner of Ngapawa and Lancing and the corner of Lancing and Goring are also out - as are a number in between. The whole area is completly unlit and feels very unsafe at night and early morning . This has been reported to both Vector and Auckland Transport. No action has been taken to date.
  • No Street Lighting cnr Goring & Lancing Rd, Sandringham
    Street Lights have gone out on sthn end of Goring Rd where there is a lot of petty car theft for on-street residential parkers. The darkness created by broken street lighting will do nothing to fix this problem! please act asap - they've been out for around a week.
  • No Lights On Street 2 Months
    Ingram Crescent, Otara there are only TWO working street lights in the entire street has been for at least TWO MONTHS. We need this fixed, there is less light due to autumn-winter arriving. Thanks
  • Speed Bumps Required Urgently
    Many non residents use Zefiro Drive as a shortcut/speed camera avoidance technique. The road is not wide enough to fit two small cars past each other once a vehicle has parked on one side of the road. Many people drive well over the posted speed limit of 50kmph, endangering residents and more importantly children that play on the footpath and roadway. Many animals have been injured and killed on this road due to careless road users. Speed bumps are a way of stopping tradegy before it happens, I personally do not want a child to be injured or killed on my street.
  • Trip hazard
    The concrete on the footpath is raised by over 3cm across the width of the path (adjacent to the tree)from the rest of the pathway. There has been tarmac put down to reduce the gap in the past but this is no longer effective. As a result it is causing tripping/falling especially at nightime as it cannot be seen.
  • POT HOLE STILL NOT FIXED IN NEWMARKET
    i REPORTED TWO POT HOLES ABOUT A METER APART HERE ABOUT A MONTH OR MAYBE LONGER, ONE WAS FIXED ONE WAS LEFT, THEN REPORTED IT AGAIN! THIS IS OUTSIDE 21 MIDDLETON ROAD LAURISTON ROAD ALMOST OUTSIDE 2 LAURISTON ROAD NEWMARKET
  • Street light between number 30 and 32 Turnberry Drive
    Light cycle continually going on and off
  • Roads too narrow for cars to be parked on both sides of streets
    The roads close to Becroft Park become congested with parked cars whenever there are events on at Becroft Park. The affected roads are Becroft Drive (between Tristram Ave and Merriefield Ave), Havelock Ave (from Becroft Drive to Raines Ave) and Raines Ave. These roads need to have yellow 'no-parking' lines on one side of the road, as when cars are parked on both sides of the road, they are too narrow to safely drive down, and only one-way traffic is possible. Pax Ave has already had yellow lines added so parking is only possible on one side of the road. This is most prevalent on Saturday and Sunday mornings when there is junior sport, and there are a number of children walking the street, and due to cars parked on both sides of the road it is difficult to see the children when driving, increasing the risk of accident.
  • Street lights out
    Street lights on Earl Road have been out for days.
  • Flickering street light outside 11 Elizabeth place
    Street light going on and off all night
  • Heavy trucks using residential street2 update
    Butterworth avenue in opaheke has signs at the entrance and exit of the street that says heavy trucks cannot use this street. This is ignored as heavy trucks regularly speed down this avenue. I have seen them almost hit children crossing the road. They also have been causing damage to the road surface. The road is not designed for heavy vehicles and as such the trucks cause shock waves through the ground which affects the houses along this street. Is it possible to change the street layout to restrict physically the ability for these trucks to use butterworth avenue?
  • water leak running down footpath
    on footpath 14 mackelvie street
  • Street Light faulty
    The street light outside 4 Beckett way Mt Roskill is faulty it comes on and goes off several times each night
  • Phasing not ideal
    Hi, the phasing of lights at the top of Greville Road (corner of East Coast Rd & Greville Rd) has changed recently and is causing massive build up of traffic waiting on Greville Road to turn right onto East Coast Road. Heaps of traffic comes off the motorway and up Greville Road to turn right at the lights. The traffic has recently been backed up for 100 odd metres and takes ages to get through the lights. A week or so ago, the phasing was perfect. It's very frustrating, sitting waiting for ages whilst the light is green for traffic heading north on East Coast Rd, going straight through the lights - the signal for them is green FOR AGES and there are not even any cars coming along, meanwhile all the turning traffic is sitting waiting! When the light finally goes green, it is green for 7-8 seconds which lets 5-6 cars through! It is causing a major traffic jam. Can someone please return the phasing to how it was as it was working very well. Thanks
  • Blocked gutter and cesspit
    As a result of the December storm, the gutter and cesspit close to Tuakau and Kitchener Roads intersection is blocked with metal that was washed down the road. The roadway to the hospital (outside the Tuakau Road entrance) also had a large amount of metal deposited. We reported it to the council as cars were losing control as the entered the hospital and an accident was going to happen. As nothing was done, the neighbours got out one evening and cleaned up the entrance. While cleaning up the metal the neighbours discovered Tuakau Road itself has become undermined on the southern side of the hospital entrance. On numerous occasions we have seen vehicles hit the undermined section of the road.
  • bus stop sign
    electronic bus stop sign on ponsonby road at picton road intersection not working
  • No Lights
    Garret Place and outside 21 Tindall Cres street lights have been out of order for weeks. Has been reported before and I was told they would be fixed in 5 working days
  • Dangerous crossing1 update
    There are five issues with the pedestrian crossing, on Albany Highway, near Albany Primary School. 1: There is a pad that pedestrians need to stand on to work the crossing, and many of the small children are simply not heavy enough to always trigger the mechanism, leading to children occasionally crossing against the lights, or several children piling on to it and occasionally risking falling onto the road. 2: The pad needed to work the lights sometimes does not work at all, again leading to adults, and children, crossing a main highway against the lights. 3: The pad seems far to close to the road, as a parent, I teach my child to press the crossing light and STEP BACK from the traffic, however, the pad is less than the length of my shoe from the curbing, and traffic, on Albany Highway. This seems very unnecessary, and dangerous to force children to stand on the roads edge, especially since there focus is on trying to make the pad work the lights, and NOT the traffic... 4: The signage for said pad, described above, is vandalised, missing, and/or not obvious, and on several occasions, I have needed to explain to adults that you need to stand on a pad to work the lights, let alone children... this seems ludicrous to all, however, the main issue is that, again, adults, and children, end up crossing against the lights on a busy highway when they get fed up with failing to get the lights to work.... 5: The green-man light, indicating that it time to cross, when heading towards the school, has been out for many, many, months. The lights have been repaired several times during that period, including some technicians on site yesterday, however, it would appear that the crossing lights are consistently not tested, and the children are crossing on the buzzer alone, and not the green crossing light...
  • Broken Curb
    The curb between the entrance way and exit to the Care Park carpark on davis crescent is broken. The corner piece has broken off. Not an urgent issue but the broken off concrete piece does fall into the street.
  • street light flickers on & off
    Street light flickers on & off. Sometimes off for a good couple of minutes. Can it be fixed Please! Thanks
  • Dangoues childrens playground TEED ST NEWMARKET
    saw some children playing on theses, with hard concrete below
  • pot holes in Lauriston Avenue
    the two pots holes are still there or are you looking along Remurea Road for them ? they are just at the corner of 21 middleton Road and Lauriston Avenue
  • HA HA YOU NEVER TRIPPED ME OVER
    HA HA YOU NEVER TRIPPED ME OVER ON THIS AS I STEPPED BACKWARDS, BECAUSE IDIOTS LIKE SMASHING GLASS PANE, WHAT IS LEFT IS SOMETHING THAT COULD BE VERY DANGEROUS IF SOMEONE DID STEP BACK AND TRIPPED OVER THIS, IT IS HARD TO CUT THE FRAME AWAY AS THE WHOLE BUS SHELTER MIGHT FALL DOWN, ONE SOLUTION IS TO ADD IN A NEW TYPE OF HAND RAIL ABOUT WASTE HEIGHT THIS IS AT THE SOULD GOING BUS STOP AT MANUKAU SHOPPING CENTER, IF THIS GETS POSTED NOW FOR THE SECOND TIME IT MEANS i HAVE WASTED HALF A HOUR BRINGING THIS TO YOUR ATTENTION BECAUSE NOBODY ELSE GIVES A HOOT ABOUT SAFETY.
  • Misleading lane markings1 update
    On Park Road going west-bound after the hospital/university, the right-hand lane has a "straight-ahead" arrow painted on it just after Seafield View Road. Left-hand lane is a bus lane. About 5 metres (!) before the intersection with Grafton Road, suddenly the right-hand lane is right-turn only, and the left-hand lane is left-turn and straight-ahead. There are no arrows painted between Seafield View Road and Grafton Road. Please provide some more advanced warning of lane changes (eg. a lane guidance sign, or repainting the "straight-ahead" arrow just after Seafield View Road as a "right-turn" arrow). Grafton bridge being bus/bike-only most of the time should not excuse such misleading lane markings.
  • road way condition
    Coast road urgently needs grading as it has developed 'natural' judder bars and massive potholes.
  • Traffic light phasing and lane marking incongruent2 update
    At Sandringham Road Extension's northbound approach to its intersection with Mount Albert Road, there are two lanes, the left lane for left-turn and straight-through traffic, and the right lane for straight-through and right-turn traffic. However, the traffic light phasing is a leading right-turn followed by through and left-turn traffic, with no right-turn filtering allowed. This causes very inefficient right-turns as only one or two cars (or none!) can turn right before a straight-through car blocks the right-turn lane, wasting the rest of the right-turn phase. When, later on, straight-ahead cars get a green, those in the right-hand lane get held up by right-turn cars facing a red right-turn light, and then have to merge left, further disrupting flow. It is also very dangerous for bikes waiting to turn right in the right-lane cycle advance box as drivers may rear-end them while proceeding straight through. It is suggested that the phasing be changed to allow left-turns, straight-through, and right-turns simultaneously, then forbid right turns (with a red right-arrow light) to allow southbound traffic to proceed. This is the case for east-west traffic on Mount Albert Road, anyway, which seems to flow much better, given such a small intersection. (resend after original email bounced.)
  • Street lamp flashing1 update
    The street lamp outside 32 Mountbatten ave has been flashing on and off for over six months. Please help to repair. Thank you very much for your help :)
  • Not working
    2 street lights at the Tranquility Rise end of Marine Parade not working.
  • 2x Streetlights are not working
    Both streetlights located outside number 42 Edmund and opposite 57 Edmund are not working, that section of the street and the tight corner are therefore very dark at night.
  • Speed Issues-speed humps required1 update
    Cars speed down Oreil Avenue at speeds of up to 100kms regularly, all hours of the day and night. It's a popular street for boy racers to do burn outs and to test their speed limits. This is extremely dangerous given the primary school located half way down the road and makes me feel unsafe when turning into my driveway. Something needs to be done before there is a serious accident. Can we have speed humps installed at least?
  • Street light not working3 update
    The street light between 3 and 5 Ainwick Road is not working properly. It usually turns on at night but then turns off some time later, often when windy.
  • footpath/street lighting not working1 update
    the lights placed in the footpath/staircase joining top of Mulroy Place, Pinehill and Rosedale Road (behind rosedale rd shops) are not working! cannot see a single thing after 5pm! very dangerous as the path is a set of steep stairs!! please get it fixed asap!
  • Car Parked Across Footpath
    This car (EYB744)blocks the footpath every night. It can be a danger on wet dark nights because pedestrians are forced out onto a narrow bend in the road. The car could be parked on their own property in their driveway, or on the street. Thanks for your help!
  • road fault
    the transverse gap on the May road overbridge has been filled in but this is too high and causes a worse problem than before.ie when driving over it causes a crash and jolt through the suspension. The fill in the gap should be levelled to the road level to enable a smooth surface
  • road fault
    recently a 2 inch wide trench was cut across the road for the laying of a cable. This has not been filled in and results in a noticeable crash when driven over.
  • Pothole in roadway1 update
    Pothole in the wheel-track of the road heading from Hibiscus Hwy towards Panorama Ct soon after turning right from Hibiscus Hwy (alongside traffic island). Very difficult to see at night.
  • Speedbumps
    There is construction connecting San Marino Drive and San Marino Drive West. There is a large park here with many children and speedbumps should be put in to keep the children safe with the increased traffic that is sure to come. Please be preventative rather than reactive.
  • Street lighting not working
    Street lights are not operational at night, starting from 54 Tiriwa drive till end of the street. Whole of the street is dark and unlit, it's major safety issue both for drivers and residents as darkness encourages crime, there were few burglaries in the past when lights didnt work. Please rectify urgently. Regards
  • Series of street lights faulty
    Lights around the intersection of Ti Rakau Drive and Gossamer Drive are not working - possibly one whole circuit as multiple lights are out. This is a regular problem.
  • Need safety mirror for turning vehicles
    Hi. Driveway leading to the properties at 86-104 Tiriwa drive, Massey is very steep, so any driver in a turning car cannot see if there are any cars/pedestrians/children on the driveway. Can you please install a convex mirror on the pole to ensure safe access to the driveway. Cheers.
  • Leaking Fire Hydrant
    There is a leak from the Fire Hydrant cover on Balmoral Road outside 88-90 Balmoral Rad.
  • street lighting1 update
    would it be possible to install a street light on the corner of jersey and woodward road please as i am concerned a pedestrian will be involved in a accident with a vehicle one evening ... thankyou
  • Box of bottles
    A box of bottles has been at the kirbside at 1 Jack Conway for over a week now. The street cleaner could be advised.
  • Slippery raised road markings in wet conditions
    Hi, while riding my bicycle to work on Mt Smart Rd the morning of 21/06/2012 I crossed the road shoulder markings to ride around a parked car. The road markings appear to be newly painted and raised which caused my front and rear wheels to lose traction. I was lucky enough not to fall which had that happened, could have been extremely dangerous due to the heavy morning traffic. I don't think the markings need to be applied that thick, it causes a dangerous hazard for cyclists in wet conditions. Thanks Darrin
  • street lights don't work
    the lights on the lower end of Lanigan Street have been out for some time (from #26 towards Tiri Tiri Road. It is way too dark there at night, especially around the footpath leading across the creek to Fordham Street.
  • street light about to fall off pole
    The street light on the pole in the middle of the intersection is hanging by its wires. Still working though. The light opposite this, next to the dog section is not working.
  • Vehicles speeding around the bend
    There is a corner outside of 1640A Dominion Road Extension, around which vehicles take too quickly. The risk is other vehicles exiting private driveways and speeding vehicles not being able to see them in time. there have been many near misses from accidents happening. Request that a SLOW DOWN sign or similar be placed on this corner to warn traffic of driveways.
  • Missing Drain Cover
    A drain cover has been bent completely inwards on road in front of mailboxes 22-26 Kingsclere Place, Manukau. A small child or animal could get stuck inside.
  • streetlight at 23 Hadley wood
    light cycles on and off all night
  • Moss on footpath1 update
    There is moss and growth from is number down to the corner of tuakana and Taratoa. Also, the general condition of the footpaths on these two streets is poor. It's a thoroughfare for the primary school so they should be fixed for safety.
  • Bus stop seat installed wrong way round
    The bus stop seat faces the shops rather than the street. If you sit on it you can't see if your bus is coming. Easy fix, unbolt and spin it round.. Thanks
  • Fire Hydrant leaking water all over footpath for days now
    A fire hydrant just outside the Thai restaurant Boonchu has been overflowing onto the footpath for a week or more.
  • Leaves creating hazard on footpath
    The footpaths on Grafton Bridge are covered in fallen leaves. These are rotting and becoming slushy and slippery with the rain. There is the very real risk of someone slipping and falling on these leaves - specifically at the Symonds Street end of the bridge. Please sweep these up regularly to make the environment safe for pedestrians
  • not working
    this light has not been working for the last 2 weeks.
  • Light not working
    The street light outside 79 Baddeley Avenue is not working
  • two street lights are out on regina street
    There are two street lights not working on Regina street. One at the corner of webber and another further up. It is very dark without them.
  • Street Light1 update
    Some young teenagers smashed the street light and the casing is missing off it and the light no longer works
  • One Way Bridge developing dangerous hole
    The first one way bridge up the South head road is developing a hole- not really a pot hole, more a subsidence-it is on the edge- and it is getting bigger. there could be a nasty accident if more gives way, or a truck or car get too close to the edge. It needs checking fairly urgently.thanks
  • Street Light pole hit by vehicle & never replaced.
    This lower section of Green Lane is very dark at night for pedestrians using this end of the street. The first light pole in the street was smashed quite a number of years ago & never replaced. In the last fortnight a new road crossing has been installed about where there was once a street light outside the Hill School. With the new crossing in place there is now obviously a need to illuminate the crossing and reinstate the street light that has been missing for so long.
  • Bus Stop Damaged
    SWome two plus months ago during high winds the roof and one side of the bus shelter vacated the remaining structure. The remaining structure is useless as any form of shelter. The "loose" bits were removed and there has been sufficient time to "repair or replace" the structure which was past its use by date anyway (structural corrosion was the original reason that it disintergrated). As the remains now provide no shelter at all and winter has obviously arrived, when is it going to be repaired?
  • Light is cycling on and off every 4 minutes all night 1 update
    The street light cycles on and off all night. Very dark intersection when off. East corner of clarendon rd and vale rd
  • Not working1 update
    Street light outside 5 Leaming Place CLARKS BEACH AUCKLAND 2122 Not working, 7 pm Monday 14th May 2012
  • Broken bus shelter glass
    Saturday 12 May 2012 - Broken bus shelter glass at the corner of Bolton St. & Taylor St., Blockhouse Bay, Auckland.
  • Street light not working1 update
    Please fix the light as it is currently broken. This light keeps breaking down every 2 months or so, so you might check out the pole circuitry. 51 Wendover road is pensioner housing and there are lots of old people who might fall and break some bones when the lighting is poor specially during winter when it gets dark quickly. On behalf of all senior residents - a big thank you in advance!
  • bus stop button still not working
    and the display is wasted, according to display no bus come
  • Street light not working
    Street light outside 5 Kalgan place is not working, this is making the street very dark.
  • road fault1 update
    there is a significant transverse ridge which causes a suspension crash even at low speeds. This is on the Roma rd side of the newly built overbridge
  • Massive road issue...
    This pothole has been developing for some time... its only getting worse... reason is the corner is on the end of a straight, people speed and brake into the corner fast and thats tearing up the road.
  • Speeding on Wharf Road
    Since the road has been resealed (and the footpath not yet reinstated properly), it seems that the speed of traffic travelling along Wharf Road has significantly increased. We need speed limit signs along here please. Thank you.
  • My road code has superfluous rules in it 2 update
    More motorist should read up on their road code, under STOPPING AND PARKING it says "You must not park your vehicle: *on the right-hand side of the road except in a one-way street. ......" I would not give a toss but someone (motorist no doubt) knock down a "P5" sign and moved it to the walkway between between Grandstand road north & Park road, if they stop wasting my time & the time and money of Auckland city council then I would not worry about motorist parking on the wrong side of the road in a two way road NOTE in the middle between Grandstand road north and Grandstand road south there is a grandstand blocking the road is a padlocked bollard. THERE MUST BE A VALID REASON WAY THESE RULES ARE IN THE ROAD CODE
  • Speeding cars and heavy traffic
    Shelly beach road has high traffic usage and very few drivers adhere to the speed limit. There are no footpaths or judder bars making it extremely dangerous for pedestrians. There are many families with young children in this street. There have been numerous close calls. There is a scoutt den at the end of the street which increases traffic flow. Judder bars at the very least would go a long way in preventing an accident.
  • Pedestrian crossing badly needed on Newton Rd1 update
    The footpath on the south side of Newton Rd over the motorway on-ramp is a pedestrian death trap and really needs a marked crossing. It's a busy intersection and if there is a gap in the traffic turning left onto the ramp then you have all the cars waiting to turn right. Basically you are left hoping for some kind of miracle break in traffic or trust that the vehicles traveling west in the left hand lane without a signal on are actually not turning, which doesn't work so well. I really cringe the times I've seen older people try to cross there - you need to be able to move fast. Please paint some crosswalk lines.
  • Bus Stop has the wrong timetable in it
    Bus Stop has the wrong timetable in it as this bus stop does not go TO Matiatia only FROM Matiatia. Please get someone to switch the mounted timetable inside the bus stop around to show the correct service.
  • street light not working
    the street light on 28/30 ballarat street is not working.
  • Street light out, intermittent
    Street light at gate of 18 The Parade intermittent, sometimes out for long periods. This is the only light in the front of the property, and when it is out, it is very dark and could be a perfect target for a break-in when we are not home in the evenings.
  • 5 Street Lights Out (+3 Months)
    Hi, 5 of the Street lights on Otara road, have been popped (almost 4-5 months now) it has made the street dark at night and on occassions padestrians, cyclists & cars have near misses on this very street, where it is dark. Lighting is only based on one side of the road, however being popped it is fairly dark on both sides of the street. Would be great to get more information on this or the lightbulbs needed so we could try some type of DIY to repair this, fear it may lead to suspicious activity (eg: theft) in future may devalue the area - Thanks again
  • manhole cover not flush with road causing excess noise
    There is a manhole right outside our house (428). It is not flush with the road and when large trucks go over it there is an excessively loud crash, especially if that truck has a trailer on. As this is a main highway the excessive noise is not only during the day, but almost violently loud through the night and early hours of morning, waking both our 7 year old and 8 week old baby. Please adjust the manhole cover so it sits flush with the road and reduces or eliminates the loud noise.
  • Street Light Not Working3 update
    Street light outside 61 Weatherly Road Torbay not been working for several weeks.
  • Lack of White Sideline after New Road Marking
    Resurfacing Wharf Road from the corner of Belgium to the Causeway curve has now had new road marking done, but the white line on the west side of the road between Putiki and Causeway has not been done, making it unsafe for the people, pets and horses that use Putiki Road and then down Wharf Road on the east side. Please re-paint our white line from the Wharf Road intersection to the corner of Putiki!
  • Street lights out
    A number of street lights have been out for a few weeks. May have something to do with recent roadworks. These lights are out from the top of the Whitford Road/Orangewood Dr roundabout on the left hand side travelling down to 145 Whitford Road. Think there's about 5 lights out. Light outside 145 Whitford Road has been faulty for months flicking on and off. Can you please fix as busy main road and quite dark at night. Thanks.
  • Dangerous Footpath
    Wharf Road has recently been resealed and the lines repainted. The footpath/cycleway, however, used to have a line of separation barriers keeping it distinct from the roadway and offering some (slight) measure of safety. These have not been replaced. Walking along this footpath, particularly at night, is currently very dangerous as traffic travels along here very fast. I would very much like to see barriers with reflectors in order to make it safe for people walking from the bus stop at the other end of the road and to stop cars straying onto the footpath area. Thank you.
  • Broken street light
    The street light outside 6 Rimutaka Place, Titirangi has been out for at least 3 days and was at first making crackling/popping noises. Any chance this could be fixed? Cheers
  • another slip along Karangahape Road
    I was in a nice peaceful state of mind until ... totally dry weather, no rain otherwise I would of been in alert mode and it might not of happened. BY THE WAY: sign down at western end http://fixmystreet.org.nz/issue/2346 I forgot to say this on Grafton Road.
  • dangerous broken glass on grafton bridge
    please get cleaners to work, been there for a few days
  • Street Light out
    The Street Light outside number 7 Poinsettia Place Henderson was flashing off and on for a week or more and now does not work at all. This makes the Street very dark.
  • Parking and obstruction
    CBD mums with babies walking from the pools at parnell encounter a few problems along the way. Walking with a pushchair along The strand, Parnell towards the intersection with parnell rise and beach road. The first problem is vehicles belonging to companies like 'firestone' blocking the whole footpath, causing us to have to walk out on to fast moving traffic. Second problem was under the bridge, walking towards the intersection, it is difficult to push a pushchair on this footpath because of the amount of large 'granite?' parking stones which have spilled over onto the footpath. I don't know how a wheelchair user would access this street.
  • Whippy do, "BLACK FOOTPATH CANCER"1 update
    over the footpath next to train entrance to Britomart train tunnel and what used to be the old city train station. I wonder if it has improved slip factor for killing off the elderly faster. What a bonus making it harder to see for the VIP (Visual Impaired Pedestrians) and the elderly. As I keep saying "who gives a toss about pedestrian safety". PLEASE DO NOT SEND ME ANY EMAILS TO SAY YOU ARE PASSING MY COMPLAINT FROM DEPARTMENT TO DEPARTMENT. MAKE COMMENTS AND FIXES AT THE WEBSITE
  • waterfall pour off South motorway bridge
    waterfall pours off south motorway bridge and onto pedestrians crossing the north going exit ramp, the trouble is with variable wind you can not predict were the water is going to land
  • Street light not working1 update
    the street light across from house 15 Modena cres goes on and off all night and is at the end of a walk way making it very dark and dangerous when off,could you please have someone look at this, cheers dave
  • Street Light is not working1 update
    The light right in front of my house number 31 Eaton Road, Hillsborough, Auckland 1042, is not working. I would appreciate if it can be fixed ASAP as it is very close to the park and the darkness can attract dodgy people to the area.
  • job for parking police2 update
    Given NOBODY gives a toss about safety, this does not surprise me. this was taken in the morning, that afternoon it was just the same. HINT:dangerous for cyclist, I am sure parking the car was in the practical part of my driving test when I went for my drivers licence, maybe they have deleted in the hi tech world.
  • Street light not working
    The light right in front of my house number 40 Kilimanjaro drive is not working for the last week. I would appreciate if it can be fixed ASAP as it is very close to the reserve and the darkness can attract dodgy people to the area.
  • Street light out
    Street light on the right is out as you look at 38 Ennis Ave from the road. Near walkway to estuary.
  • not working
    Lower stanley road and kaipatiki Road
  • Street light not working
    The street light outside 53 Clemows Lane, Albany 0632 flicks on and off all night. Mostly off, but will turn on for a few seconds. Would be great to have fixed as it wakes my little boy up
  • Street light not working1 update
    The street light on the corner of Bentleigh Ave and Leinster Street is not working. It has been out for about a month.
  • Auckland brain-dead practice scores another victim.1 update
    yet another story of a slip down, same story new victim, a Family member of Walk Auckland. c/- Ponsonby library, fortunately the victim was not a very loving elderly grandparent so he never spent his last week after the incident on his death bed. (but it could of been)
  • issue 2221 still slip on footpath cancer or rip you shoulder with a sign
    What a great choice, either way you suffer a injury at Remurea road opposite Nuffield street. . In the photo is a bit of footpath cancer, I saw half a dozen people cross the road at Khyber pass, not one person stood on it because it did not hog up the whole footpath
  • Sbeed bumps needed to stop speeders
    Hi there, At the end of Gibbons Road is a rugby park which is also used for Touch and also a beach. This causes large amounts of traffic at times (Saturdays and evenings mainly) There are many cars which go down the 50km/h road at excessive speeds or go from the corner of Gibbons Rd and Weymouth Rd up to 50 km/h as fast as they can, with so many children and dog walkers using the footpath I am concerned that someone is going to run someone over if a ball goes on the road or a dog gets loose off its lead. Please consider putting one or two speed humps along Gibbons Road. I have spoken to a few neighbours and they all agree.
  • Street light not working
    Has been out for about a week now.
  • Street light out for several days1 update
    The street light next to 15 Dalry Place driveway has been out for a couple of nights, last night we had alot of unwanted attention drawn to the area
  • street lighting out of working1 update
    The street light located at the end of Alvre Place doesn't work for several weeks.It's quite inconvenient for the neighborhoods.
  • Cars frequently park here blocking the footpath
    outside Pitstop. Staff of Pitstop are the offenders.
  • street lights not working
    Several streetlights around Deslisle Place / Centorian Drive have not been operating for a while. I did notice that a month or so back they weren't working and then did for a while but now that set are back to not working
  • Car Parked blocking footpath
    Car Parked completely blocking footpath
  • slippery at 42 Middleton Road
    This footpath is very slippery when it gets wet. Someone told me about it been slippery, so I went down was very careful and skidded down the way. It was up near the front of the photo, I saw someone site seeing and I ask them if they had slipped on it up at the far end were it goes steep,
  • Street Lights out on Bruce Place
    All of the street lights on Bruce Place have been out for over a week now. I have sent an email to the Auckland council and although I have had a reply confirming they had received my email, the lights still are not back on. Please help :)
  • Right turn sensor from Birkenhead Ave to Onewa Road does not pick up motorbike
    This sensor is not picking up my motorbike, and I have to wait sometimes several cycles until a car arrives to activates the sensor. Other light sensors (for example the right turn from Highbury Bypass into Birkenhead Ave)appear to have no problem with my bike, which is standard steel framed etc.
  • All lights along street are out
    Been out since power cut a week or do ago during the last storm? Maybe affecting parts of Glendale Rd as well.
  • Potholes in driveway at end of culdesac
    The entrance to the driveway to several properties from the end of the Ariho Terrace culdesac is very badly potholed and cracked. There was recent work done at a neighbouring property using heavy trucks which may have caused the damage.
  • Blown street light
    Street light directly in front of 62 Leafield cres has not been working for a few months now. Ever since it has been out there has been reported 2 cars which has had their side mirror broken which was park directly under the broken light. Please get it fix.
  • Money for Hawaiian good luck sign but no money for safety.
    The post on the left of the photo must surely be the “ “Hawaiian good luck sign” to pedestrians” it was taken looking up to the sky at one end and one side of the Karangahape over bridge that goes over state highway one. There are two more just like it on the other side and both ends of the bridge. Unfortunately I did not get the best part when I took the photo, They light up at night. The bridge is a disaster, pebbled footpath and riddled with footpath cancer makes the footpath very slippery for pedestrians when it rains, and that is not all, to make it easier for accidents to happen, the roof to the bridge does not go the full length like it used to......... On the right of the photo there is the steps from the Karangahape road entry to Myers park, notice how there is lots of money to symbolize the index finger but no money at all for a pedestrian safety hand rail. As I keep saying “who give a toss for pedestrian safety when we have money to give to the health and accident system”
  • most glass on south side in my bag (glasston bridge)
    it took about 35 minutes this morning, send donations to "walk aucklnd c/o ponsonby library"
  • Right turn traffic arrow not working
    We came off the NW motorway (heading into the city) at Lincoln Road, wanting to turn right into The Concourse - right turn arrow not working. Unable to turn as too much traffic. Traffic also banked up right along The Concourse - mainly industry along this road and this is a big hold up to get across the intersection. These lights need more time for The Concourse traffic when working normally. Not good.
  • Street light not working over a week
    Street light outside 117 Fernhill way, Oteha, Auckland 0632 is not working over a week now, please fix ASAP, and this is not the first time happen. It's not safe at all. Thank you
  • Its our footpath not their road!
    Deep down I hate 'J' walking, but this blows me away, it has been there for some time now, but still people are happy to 'J' walk and not complain about it (as I say who gives a hoot about safety), it illustrates how pedestrians are treated as second class citizens. The controlled pedestrians can not walk across the “driveway” until pedestrians have the opportunity to cross either Remuera road or Nuffield street (not shown to the left of the photo). After I took this photo and pressed the “I want to cross” button I safely walked across and had a good minute to wait before the “you can cross” indicator came up. In my opinion the two controlled crossings should be unlinked, so pedestrians have the green light to walk the driveway most of the time (reverse to what they get now) and are only stopped when motorist want to come out of the car park or when motorist coming down Remuera road want to make a right turn into the car park. It would save motorist getting stressed out when they get the green light to leave the driveway (car park) and they have a 'J' walker walking in front of them. In the red box is a sign “Turning traffic give way to pedestrians” just like issue 2166 the sign has been turned to face pedestrians and not facing the turning traffic, unlike issue 2166 the sign is in much better condition. Motorist coming out of Nuffield street or turn left into the car park would have to wait for pedestrians to get out of the way.
  • blocked storm water drain
    outside 15 Scanlan street, causes a heap of water to come down lower down the street. oh my finger got in the way. (I wonder if it is choked with broken glass, there is always broken glass on the footpath further up the street) I dont get it, last Christmas I asked the boss if I could sweep up outside work and get all the broken glass and the other rubbish off the footpath, half a hour later it was a good job done.
  • waterfall walks on Karangahape road
    outside shop 6 Karangahape road & Symonds street.
  • accident waiting to happen
    .... if your shoes dont measure up to the dangerous Karangahape road footpath slip factor, photo taken during prolonged rain at shop number 339
  • Bus stop hogs footpath space
    only 750mm from bus stop to vertical edge of curb. Encourages pedestrians to make make track on grass. First bus stop on Manukau road from Great south road heading towards Epson.
  • Merge pinch point - dangerous for bikes
    The merge from two lanes to one on The Strand occurs on a corner. Since most people don't merge correctly there are often vehicles travelling side by side in the one lane area and vehicles driving in the hatched centre turning area. Particularly scary for cyclists as they are often caught between the parked cars and those on the road. Please move the merge area so that the road is down to one lane before the corner.
  • Always has surface water on it2 update
    Whatever the weather, whatever the rest of the area looks like there is a 20 or so metre of footpath that is always a puddle
  • street light out at 25 Peary Rd
    Street light isn't working outside number 25 Peary Rd
  • street light was out a couple weeks
    The street light was out for a couple weeks at the junction of Glennandrew Drive and Dianne Loiuse, it is by the curb of 42 Glennandrew Drive.
  • Street light has fallen down3 update
    Outside number 63 Keppoch court the light has fallen off the pole.
  • Diesel spill causing slippery road
    A lot of diesel has been spilt on the road on the corner of Ophir St and Edinburgh St in Grey Lynn/Auckland with the trail going right up Edinburgh St. Now the road is very slippery which caused me to crash off my bicycle yesterday morning (7/11/11) which has damaged my knee, clothes and bike.
  • Street light does not work1 update
    The street light is by the reserve close to 44
  • who gives a toss about pedestrians
    case number 20111027 Corner Karangahape road & Ponsonby Road, looking into Great north road.Not surprising their customer are happy to run down pedestrians when they drive out of this petrol station.
  • Lamp Failure
    Sodium lamp cycling on and off during night. Common failure, ballast striking lamp, heating up then turning off, cooling, then turning on again on west side pole facing south on Cascades Rd, Solana Court Corner, the one facing the Golf Club outside 2 Solana Court. Unable to view a Street Light pole ID No.
  • Grass berm needs filling
    The corner of the grass berm at 1C Queen Mary Ave has eroded and needs to be filled. It is on the corner of a busy drive and parking area for the apartment block and Eves Pantry. It frequently fills with litter, surface water and mud.
  • Floods during rain
    When it rains, a large patch of the footpath on the west side of the street floods, meaning you have to walk on the road if you don't want to get wet feet.
  • Light not working at 99 Mountbatten Avenue, Hillcrest, Auckland
    The street light outside 99 Mountbatten Ave has not been working for the past couple of weeks. It is very dark with out this working and as I am a young woman living alone it is nice to have this on when coming home at night and with elderly people next door they too would like this fixed. Thanks.
  • Pedestrian crossing missing and desperately needed.1 update
    The main North Western pedestrian walkway crosses St Lukes Road at Western Springs. This main walkway gets a lot of use from both pedestrians and cyclists. At the moment, motorists get priority when using the free left turn on ramp to head West on the NW M-Way when approaching from the South, forcing pedestrians to "shoot the gap" in between cars to get across. This practice of car dodging is inherently dangerous, and exemplified by cars accelerating to motorway speeds prematurely. The red marker shows precicely where there should (used to be?) a crossing. There IS a pedestrian crossing on the off ramp heading West from the NW MWay. There have already been collisions at this exact location, and it will only be a matter of time before a pedestrian is seriously injured. (I hate being right about this stuff)
  • steet light not working1 update
    The street light at the turning circle at the end of Rosemary Avenue has not worked for 3 nights
  • Footpath is broken all along street
    Outside, No 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 the footpath is cracked and broken, possibly by Pohutakawa roots. We notice Hastings Rd in Mairangi has had it's entire length repaved. Yet Montrose Tce which has far more footpath traffic with people going to the beach and shops has not been repaired in ten years. Trees have been trimmed back but the path remains a mess and people often walk on the road to avoid tripping.
  • Can anybody spot the sign placed at INJURY level?
    You can spot the sign on the other side of the road, but not the one I was going to walk one hight a path I normally walk on my way home , THE FACT OF THE MATTER IS IF i HAD OF WALKED INTO IT IT WOULD NOT BE LEFT AS IT WAS ERECTED, I AM SICK OF WASTING MY TIME WITH A GROUP PAID MORONS THAT DO NOT GIVE A TOSS ABOUT SAFETY NEVER HAVE NEVER WILL, THE LAY OUT OF FOOTPATH CANCER IS A JOKE NOBODY CARES ABOUT VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEDESTRIANS, THE PHOTO WAS TAKEN 1902HRS 19 JULY, I DO MAKE A POSTING ONCE BEFORE BUT NEVER GOT THE REPLY EMAIL , thanks everyone this is my last time I do any community work for nothing, I walked past a bottle the other day to work when I walked home it was all smashed on the footpath who gives a toss about anything I off away to get a life
  • Potholes and Slip
    Carsons Rd has quite a number of dangerous potholes which cause it to reduce to single lane. There are two major slips which are now a real traffic hazard. The road is reduced to single lane at both and numerous tyre skid marks are vissable from near head on accidents.
  • obsolete bus stop
    There is a bus stop out side te Hurahi School that is 40 meters long. The education Dept have canceled bus services- these have been replaced with a self funded service of just 2 buses. The issue is now only 1/4 of the allocated stop is required/used. The remaining 30 meters should be returned to public parking for school pupil pick up.
  • Street lights frequently out in top half of street
    the lights are quite often out in the part of Grosvenor St that runs from Crummer Rd to Gt North Rd. They have been out for at least a month if not longer and this happens all too frequently. Thank you
  • traffic calming devices urgently needed
    This is a 50km area, but cars regularly travel between 70-80km p.h. We have had 2 deaths in the last week alone in this area and I've had enough. We urgently need A STRATEGIC approach to reduce DEATHS on this whole road from Whitford to Umupuia including: major signage, traffic calming devices including speed bumps and pedestrian islands, road markings with speed limits, and more signage - really big ones that stick out on the road like in the approach to Ngatea. I'm still haunted by the screams coming from the Omana corner last year when another young person died. PLEASE DO SOMETHING NOW!!!!!!!!!
  • Street Lighting2 update
    Not working outside 40 Keywella Drive.No 1--7
  • dangerous for motorist ~ joke for pedestrians
    the left side of "7" pole sign back plate flapping in the wind, would hate to think if it came off, it might hit a motorist, and someone might get sacked, mind you if it hit a pedestrian it would be just another yawn, and someone would get a extra bonus in their pay! Corner Khyber pass & Mountain road photo is looking up over the Auckland southern motorway. By the way, I think someone might of walked into a sign placed at "face height" ONLY NEEDED FOR MOTORIST, BUT IT WAS THE PEDESTRIANS WHO MIGHT OF GOT HIT WITH ALL THE PAIN somewhere near Auckland CBD, because it is not visual visible so well at night for pedestrians who might walk into it,, I did not notice it was missing last night when I walked pasted it, but it was positively gone this morning.
  • PLEASE get up off the public footpath so we can take a photo of the moss!
    This was taken last night about 5:12pm corner of Middleton road & Joseph Banks Terence. I problem is I lost shoe traction a few weeks ago, yesterday I had wet shoes and it got me (almost a trip to hospital), I blame it onto shoe retailers who do not give the information on "wet shoe traction" for their shoes on sale. The photo is called SlipOverMoss.jpg
  • Street lights not working1 update
    Street lights around the Boakes Rd/Banks rd intersection are not working
  • street light has been out for two years that I know of
    The street light that is out is oppisit number 54 Ben Lomond cress. number 54 drive way is used offten in the evenings as there is a dance school and karate school on this block. people coming and going in cars and on foot, this is making things very dangerous for all.
  • Street light remaining on1 update
    Street lights on Montana Ave and some surrounding streets remain on during the day.
  • street light not working1 update
    this is a rural road and there the street lights are few and far between. There are at least two that are not working in this area
  • ... and it is still leaking footpath
    This was fixed just a few days ago. The photo was taken outside 21 Middleton Road & corner of Lauriston Avenue
  • The 'B' stupid electronic pedestrian crossing at Remuera.
    Friday 10th of June was a adventfull night [1] 5pm on Karangahape Road a black sports looking car went through a electronic crossing while the pedestrians had right of way, part way between the motorway bridge (Day street) & East Street. Thank the Lord nobody was on the crossing. [2] 7pm a car came out of Bassett Road and turned left into Remuera Road, just after the lights had gone red and Remuera had the green lights. Thank the Lord Remuera traffic was not quick off the mark. [3] So when I got to Remuera Road & Garden Road - Norana Avenue intersection some minutes later and saw all the red pedestrians indicators were on, I thought someone had pressed the button and run away. I waited for a complete traffic cycle and no green pedestrians indicator, so then thinking faulty pedestrian crossing. So I cross Garden Road with discretion and caution then Remuera Road a few metres away from that intersection, on the way back thinking that intersection is faulty cross Remuera Road at the Clonbern Road intersection when I got to Garden Road I push the button just to see what would happen, but cross the road anyway when get to the other side look back at the hopeless system and see there is a light going at the switch and hear the buzz not long latter. Then the penny drops ~ I have just been screwed by “idiots in the system”. What is the point of having red indicators going almost 24-7 wasting power and not only that, having money wasted on installing a stupid light on every switch at that intersection, which I might add is not clear to see in darkness when this type of system is not a common type of system around Auckland city, in fact if I have seen this system used before it is so long I can not remember when. THE CITY IS RIDDLED WITH MISSING BUTTONS, SO YOU HAVE TO WASTE YOUR LIFE WAITING AND WE HAVE TO CROSS THREE DAM ROADS WHEN YOU ONLY WANTED TO CROSS JUST THE ONE ROAD. WHAT IS THE B POINT IN WANTING TO USE ANY ELECTRONIC CROSSING? what is the B point on wasting money on installing a light at every switch when you are too lazy tight to install all the switches at every intersection? People in the system need to ask their doctor for the correct medication so they can think logical. From Eric
  • bustop sign
    needs to be reset in concrete as vandils broken current concrete
  • Faulty street light
    one street light right at the end of road is not working since 4-5 weeks. We have business at no.22 Ashfield rd.Due to improper lighing thiefs are creating problems in this area. Some one stole our truck batteries last week which was parked on street which cost us $800 to fix and also smashed one of our cars window 3 weeks before.Could you please fix it.Thanks
  • Street lighting
    Light outside my house has been vandalised. Teenagers cutting the wires late at night. Various lights being vandalised up the whole street.
  • Street Lights on Corinthian Drive not working - all lights
    All the lights from the top of Corrinthin from the Court house down to the botton of the road (past ASB Centre) are not on/working. Please advise when this will be resolved.
  • broken/flickering street light
    The code on the light post on the motorway bridge on Sunset Road is EE A 49
  • Street light not working1 update
    The Street Light outside 35 Palmyra Way, Half Moon Bay has stopped working. Please arrange a fix. Thank you.
  • Uneven Roading
    Hunua Road is a very busy road. With many heavy truck and trailers going past at all hours of the day. The road surface is very uneven and changes height along a 500m area. With the surface change the trucks make the ground shake and the tail gates make a lot of noise
  • More than 3 days of no street lights Very dangerous .
    Our street lights have been out for more than 3 days ..No explanation and obviously no one has reported it.Now that u have put those road blocks in our road ....no lights is even more dangerous .Please have his fixed asap
  • Cracks and potholes in road
    Rapidly degrading road. Cracks and potholes worst on the left-hand side of the road between the Saatchi & Saatchi Building and the Testing Station. Small potholes become large ones within just a few days. Degrading probably due to container trucks coming from the port.
  • Footpath cancer should of gone to Auckland Transport
    I just types this message out at http://www.aucklandtransport.govt.nz/online-services/feedback/general-feedback.aspx but when I clicked the "done send feedback" button a window pop up asked for user name and password which I did not have. Redundant footpath cancer still left on footpath after Newmarket temporary Newmarket train station has gone. One double lot footpath cancer used to be the entry/exit to the temporary Newmarket train station on railway bridge DAVIS CRESCENT, Also a minor footpath cancer at REMUREA ROAD entry/exit to the temporary train station. WHAT IS FOOTPATH CANCER? YOU MIGHT ASK: In the last couple of years Auckland city has become riddled with footpath cancer located mostly at electronicly controlled pedestrian crossings, there is a range of types; (1) Mostly bright yellow new footpath cancer, (2) Faded yellow or brown almost the same color as the background footpath, opposite Khyber pass road on Broadway Newmarket. (3) Silver dome footpath cancer ~ why I have no idea, this must be about as good as tits on a bull for Visually Impaired Pedestrians, used with abundance along Karangahape road. (4) Red footpath cancer, could be dyed red from human blood, left after someone slipped on it while wet (but I don't think so) Along Symonds street from say Newtown Road - Khyber pass road to Alex Evens street street - Symonds street exit of south bound motorway. REASON FOR NEED OF REMOVAL: I wrote a article on the dangerous Karangahape road footpath when it gets wet, I showed this article to a couple of friends, one told me they slipped on this "wet" footpath cancer, another person told me one of their customer went into their lunch bar shop (opposite Auckland hospital)and told them that they had a bad slip on this footpath cancer (they have since sold the shop, (that's not because of the footpath cancer)). Attached is a photo of silver dome footpath cancer (could of been taken on Karangahape Road)
  • Cyclist still on death row
    There is STILL cyclist sneaking through without lighting up the sign, at least there was yesterday morning Sunday, 3rd April, and there is still no sign saying "Intermittently faulty" to warn motorist to proceed with caution. see the posting Saturday 26 February 2011 "the cry of a cyclist [BUZZ] ME DEAD"
  • LIght in alley way broken
    one of the lights in the alley way between Lancaster Road and Fairclough Road is broken.
  • Right-turn lane not clearly delimited
    Right-turn lane from Stoddard Rd into Glenarm Ave is often occupied by vehicles coming out from the New World supermarket and eastbound traffic on Stoddard Rd, trying to turn right a short distance away at the May Rd/Denbigh Ave/Stoddard Rd intersection. Many such vehicles either drive on the right-turn lane/median strip all the way from Glenarm Ave through to May Rd, and/or will change lane onto the median strip without indicating. I have had quite a few close shaves as I change lanes to turn into Glenarm Ave, often needing to use my horn or be forced to make a last-minute lane change to avoid overshooting the intersection. Suggest that a "keep left" arrow be installed at the Stoddard Rd/Glenarm Ave intersection to alert drivers of the possibility of vehicles or bikes in that right-turn lane.
  • Tree grown over street light
    the tree by the street light outside 29A Unsworth Drive has grown up and around the light and is preventing the downward projection of light. This makes the entrance to the adjacent park dangerous (from a security perspective) and the road island difficult to see
  • Get time off work with silver "footpath cancer" (photo got lost1 update
    Just head off to Corner Karangahape Road & West Tce (just make sure it is raining, I have noticed Auckland Shoe sales shops dont give a toss about "slip factor" on their shoes for sale), As I am not sure what silver footpath cancer is too the blind (its got me beat), if you are a older supernatant you might not have to consider euthanasia. From Eric
  • Safety and Security is Compromised on Dark Street1 update
    Street lights are too far apart from each other and have dull, yellow lamps that do not light up the street enough. There have been many incidents of street crimes (fights and brawls) related to gang activity, cars being broken into and/or stolen, abuse, loitering, house break-ins etc. This is very serious and I trust that the Council will take it seriously too. Too add, Fergusson Domain is increasingly more dangerous at night time. Lights and CCTV cameras on both Waitangi Road and within Fergusson Domain are a must to stop these often violent crimes from happening again.
  • street lamp outside 4 westminster gardens not working
    This street lamp has not been working for several weeks, and had the same problem 6 months ago. Our cars are parked in our drive, which is now less secure since no illumination.
  • Gravel all over the footpath/Plants toi toi overhanging over footpath
    There is gravel all over the footpath going over the bridget, it's easy to slip over on and uncomfortable to walk on. There are also plants like Toi Toi with sharp leaves that hang over onto the footpath. They are in the way and need to be trimmed or removed.
  • Right turn from Ponsonby Road to Great North Road leaves cyclists stuck
    The green right turn arrow at the traffic lights from Ponsonby Road onto Great North Road is only activated by cars. This means that if you're a cyclist turning right, you won't get a green turning arrow until a car wants to turn right too. As a cyclist you either end up stranded, waiting for a car to arrive to activate the green arrow, or crossing at the pedestrian crossing. Very annoying!
  • street light flicking on and off1 update
    The street light outside 3 Ventnor road flicks on and off all night. This is terrible as it is affecting my sleep as my bedroom window faces the street and the light flicks on and off all night. Please fix this as soon as possible.
  • the cry of a cyclist “[BUZZ] ME DEAD1 update
    As I was walking along Tamaki drive about 8:38am today near the Ngapipi road I heard the cry of a cyclist “[BUZZ] ME DEAD”, as I looked up there was a car turning right from Tamaki drive into Ngapipi road in the stop position blocking half the road for oncoming traffic, with two cyclist fast approaching. Been aware of the electronic sign that lights up when cyclist approach that intersection from the Okahu bay direction, thought I could use a photo of that sign in a upcoming web page. As I stood on the traffic Island waiting for the sign to light up so I could take a photo, I noticed that a cyclist came towards me and the sign did not light up. After I took the photo I decided to stand on the footpath (in the shade of a lamp post) and waited about ten minutes for cyclist to come along, for about five minute everything worked fine, cyclist came – sign lit up, cyclist went – sign turned off, then twice within a minute cyclist came but no sign of sign lighting up ~ So I suppose one could come up with the theory: Motorist are putting too much faith in a faulty sign that does not light up when it should, so they proceed, then having to stop ½ way in the other side of the road when they make visual contact with oncoming cyclist. From Eric
  • what good is this footpath cancer?
    It is faded dull gray. And would not be very visible to the Visually Impaired Pedestrian (V.I.P.) or is this just a plan to make people slip on them and push up our ACC levy (Accident Compensation Corporation) even further? I always avoid them but the other night it was raining and I was trying avoid the rain and fortunately only lost shoe traction. This is the same story, I go to "safe working practices" every two years and I get the same old theme every time W.G.A.S. then another accident occurs, My last job I was walking between Newmarket & Pakuranga each work day and back again, I NEVER HAD ONE SPOT OF TROUBLE WITH FOOTPATH SAFETY. From Eric
  • Pedestrian crossing light obscured by trees and inaudible
    Crossing Queen St east-west: The pedestrian crossing light on the west side of Queen St is obscured by a tree (picture attached). The crossing signal on the west side is inaudible.
  • Water leak1 update
    Water is leaking up through the tar seal in the middle of the south lane (west bound) of the roadway on dry days, indicating a broken water pipe beneath the road.
  • Glass ~ glass ~ glass beware lots of Auckland streets that has no class.
    The western end of Karangahape Road got repaved and a few days later more broken glass on it. In my opinion Auckland city street cleaners should get free eye examinations, I have to pay for mine every two years and I do not have any trouble spotting broken glass around Auckland streets. Yes every day on my way to work I spot broken glass. I pick up broken glass and a few days later it back again. Goodness know how it gets there, if it is school children who are putting down broken glass, maybe Auckland city council could try to cure the problem by let the nearby schools know of the worse affected areas and the school teachers could get their students to write a essay on “The dangers of broken glass around our community” To make life easy for the teachers I thinking of starting a new web site http://www.reportBokenGlass.org.nz Just before Auckland super city came to be, I wrote in for the weekly newsletter if they could encourage readers to pick up glass bottles before it turns into a thousand small pieces of glass. But it seems some people suffer great pain from doing simple tasks. For my trade I have to do First aid & safe working practice, I think it is about time more people should do something similar if they are “two” lazy to put a couple of lines in a newsletter, then the worse that could happen is our ACC levy might come down. From Eric
  • Streetlight not working
    Streetlight has not been working for a number of months.
  • Buses blocking pedestrian signals, (including national “Matrix Footpath Cancer” MFC)
    About the 7th February 2011, the traffic phase was changed on Symonds Street, Grafton Bridge – Karangahape Road (including a free left turn from Symonds Street into Karangahape Road). First warning on phase change was given to motorist but not too pedestrian, so I crossed on 8th of February thinking the signals were faulty. The replacement phase change is the same as what it used to be before Grafton bridge was strengthen, highlighting a old problem and inconsideration for our deaf citizens. The replacement intersection traffic phase used before Grafton bridge was strengthened and now after 7th February means that pedestrians cross from Grafton bridge across Symonds Street (across the newly placed pedestrian crossing) to Karangahape Road immediately before motorist have the green light for Symonds Street. What happens on this phase change, buses stop on the red light on Symonds Street at the correct road marking, then they notice a bus behind them stopped with their left indicator flashing to turn left at the free turn unable turn. The front bus then moves forward to allow the bus behind them access to Karangahape Road, after the front bus has moved, it now blocks the visual signals for pedestrians waiting to cross from Grafton Bridge into Karangahape Road. With the interim lights phase change, Symond Street motorist got the red lights immediately followed by the pedestrian crossing, then it did not matter if the buses moved, before motorist got their next green light. Possible solutions: 1) Instruct bus drivers they must not move forward from the road markings. 2) Move the pedestrian signal higher so they are above the height of the bus. 2a) Duplicate the pedestrian signals so a second signal is above the height of buses. 3) Make the lead up to the turn into Karangahape Road longer. Conclusion: I would be dumbfounded if a solution was not found to avoid a regular occurrence of buses blocking these pedestrian signal on this light phase change as Auckland city (and no doubt other parts of New Zealand) has riddled the city with “footpath cancer” a matrix of very bright yellow plastic domes placed more at pedestrian crossing for Visually Impaired Pedestrian (VIP) , these bright yellow plastic domes are very slippery when wet, while I have only lost shoe traction and now avoid them, I have heard of other cases were other came closer to minor injury. It is time to realize there are hearing impaired pedestrians around as well. For further reading see “Beware of the growing footpath cancer” in the page at http://www.dubdubdub.net.nz/acc/footpath.html Phone 0226124614 (a/h)
  • Need lighting for the public footpath in Merton Reserve
    This path is used by many people to access the GI rail station. The path is darkened by overhanging trees posing a security and safety risk. Can you please put lights (maybe with a movement sensor switch to save energy) along this path?
  • Street light not working outside 1 John Shaw Drive
    The street light on the pole on the corner of John Shaw and Howard Hunter is not operating. This reduces visibility of the corner and reduces security
  • Pothole in path of cyclists
    A dangerous deep (~75mm) pothole is in the path of cyclists who are on the left side of the lane coming eastbound along Grafton Bridge. It appears to have been fixed once or twice before. The hole is about 300mm or more in overal dimeter with poor pavement around it.
  • Broken footpath - concrete to be removed
    Large sections of broken footpath have been left on the grass berm and on top of two water meters by the right-of-way to the walkway. These were left by the electrical contractors who dug up part of the footpath to lay underground electrical cables for the new walkway bridge.
  • Street Light not working5 update
    Street light been out for a week now.
  • Pothole
    There were roadworks last year that they eventually pathed up but managed to leave a large pothole that is a problem when turning into Heathcote road from Seaview Road
  • Footpath damage
    This is a well used path to Opaheke School and sees a lot of foot traffic at top of Tasman Drive between Opaheke Road and Rembrant Place.(Right hand side looking down) Footpath badley broken and cracked between corner No 1 Tasman and badly scarred and uneven on roadway crossing at number 1.
  • Yellow Lines Needed1 update
    Please Paint yellow lines around the Culdersac at the bottom of the street, I am sick of having to squeeze my car and trailer passed the parked cars, they also park 1/2 on the road and 1/2 on the curb, I have asked the neighbours not to park there on a number of ocations and their response is "Well there are no yellow lines so I can" Please help
  • Street light outside 123 intermittent. Possibly one other also.
    For weeks, this light goes off and on, for no apparent reason. It is very dark when it goes off, which makes me wonder if another one (same side? across road?)is also erratic.
  • Damaged seat outside 17 Albert St
    One wooden rail missing from seat since early December 2010, bit uncomfortable I expect!
  • Right hand turn - Amber Light
    Right hand turn - Amber Light doesn not work
  • Intersection Safety Albany Hway / Upper Harbour Dr
    Cyclists turning right out of Upper Harbour Dr have to merge with east bound traffic travelling at 70km/h traffic the Albany Highway intersection. To do this safely cyclists need to be able to see approaching traffic. Unfortunately all the gorse, pine and wattle trees now growing on the vacant area of land on the inside of the sweeping curve in Albany Highway severely restricts the visibility of this high speed traffic. Can these weed species please be removed?
  • Cyclist Safety Albany Highway
    Hi Team, I have noticed that the southern shoulder of Albany Highway to the east of Upper Harbour Drive has gradually been over grown by grass, pine needles and road dirt. The road shoulder for west bound cyclists has now almost disappeared. Could the council contractors please dig or sweep this shoulder clear? Thanks
  • Overuse resulting in potential danger to public
    Woodward Road is being overused (including by large double trailer trucks) as a bypass to taking the lights at Carrington Road and New North Road. A number of problems/issues arise as a result of this overuse. (1) Congestion on Woodward Road can back up right to the railway crossing where cars are momentalily stationed on the crossing - there is a major potential for a car vs train accident. (2) Car parking is permitted on both sides of Woodward Road resulting in essentially a single lane for traffic to pass through. With large numbers navigating this sometimes single lane a car vs car accident is likely. (3) Danger to pedestrians and and cyclists. There is a lot of pedestrian and cycle traffic around Woodward Road with the Unitec and primary school in close proximity. With high volumes of traffic comes increased likelyhood of car vs pedestrian accidents. I have personally almost been knocked off my bicycle by a truck and trailer on Woodward Road. I recommend Woodward Road be made a "one way" or alternatively introduce speed bumps as a deterent to motorists using this merely as a quick bypass.
  • Footpath pushed up by tree roots
    Two years ago I asked ACC to fix the footpath outside my house. Two men came, put tarmac ontop of the cracks and left. I assumed there would be another reapir at some point, but the footpath is getting worse and it is dangerous to older people on the street. The conifer on the verge is pushing the footpath up and cracking the concret slabs (4 Foch Ave, Mt Roskill).
  • Recently resealed but still faulty2 update
    This road was resealed less than a month ago but ruts and potholes beginning to appear again in same place.
  • Loose stones and Gravel
    Each time a bus departs, it leaves a trail of dust in the air and is most unpleasant. Also very hard access for wheelchair / mobility impaired people.
  • Very slippery footpath along Marsden Street - especially when wet
    I reported this to Northshore Actionline this Winter, after my son slipped and banged his head on concrete while walking to Hauraki School (Marsden St has back walkway entrance - used by dozens of families to reduce congestion at main entrance on Jutland Road). Both my children have had near misses/slips numerous times. I am aware of other children slipping also and hitting heads or bottoms on the concrete also. The tiny stones on this path (it is extremely old) get super slippery when wet as their surface is so smooth. On Wednesday 24th Nov., Marsden Road was resurfaced but the footpath remains untouched -in a dangerous state. I was hoping to bring this to the councils attention now while the weather is good so something may be done about it before next winter.
  • Uneven Surfaces
    The path between Te Mahia and Great South Road is a walking hazard. I have an image but the up-loader is not working
  • Road subsidence, 2 potholes
    Subsidence and two potholes in left hand lane. Position is on joint of overbridge and intersection when travelling towards city centre from Grafton Rd where overbridge is above Port MWay exit. Exactly where the lights are.
  • Heavily damaged pavement
    There is a section of pavement 2-3m long on Mountwell Crescent between the station carpark and KFC that is cracked, broken up and uneven. It's a trip/slip hazard especially in the wet and difficult for the elderly or those with pushchairs.
  • Onetangi Road (the straight)
    Several deep potholes between the golf club and around corner past the quarry heading towards Ostend making it dangerous for all road users but more so for motorcyclists and cyclists.
  • Pothole on New North Road
    There is a pothole developing in the middle of the city-bound lane of New North Road, right under where Dominion Road bridge crosses over the top.
  • Crossing is almost all gone
    thought that it would have been fixed when they were doing others in the street, but it hasnt.
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