The Council aims to provide a transport network that is safe and accessible for all people throughout the Hurunui District by maintaining and improving the network.
- 616.1 km of sealed roads
- 843.8 km of unsealed roads
- 280 bridges
- 94,204 square meters of footpath
- 59.3 km of kerb and channel
- 1004 streetlights
- 7715 traffic signs
To do this, we undertake a comprehensive work programme, which involves new and significant projects to ensure the continuous upkeep and improvement of roading assets. We monitor and audit the entire network for safety and quality of workmanship.
All State Highways (SH) are maintained and managed by the New Zealand Transport agency (NZTA), you can visit NZTA for more information.
Activity Management Plan (AMP)
1600k - Community driven road safety
Community driven road safety portal that helps you form our long term improvement plan
Road safety community programs
Definition of road reserve and the rules.
There are six stages to the CAR/WAP Process:
If you are planning road works or any kind of traffic or road-related activity that affects public roads, talk to us about what permissions you may need first.