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Otago Regional Council

In the 2018–21 NLTP, $54 million of Public transport projects have been approved for funding in the Otago district. This includes almost $16 million of funding in the latest prioritisation round for Public transport ticketing improvements, Public transport infrastructure, Wakatipu Basin and Queenstown Lakes Public transport improvements and construction of stock truck effluent disposal facilities.

Funding has also been approved for the detailed business case for small ferry services in the Wakatipu Basin, for which the implementation funding is likely in the NLTP period.

Project name Activity class Phase Approved/Likely/
Unlikely to be funded
Stock truck effluent disposal facilities Local road improvements Construction Approved
Stock truck effluent disposal facilities Local road improvements Construction Approved
PT – Inter-Regional Ticketing Improvement – Otago Public transport capex Implementation Approved
Public transport Infrastructure Improvements Public transport capex Implementation Approved
Queenstown Lakes Public transport – Realtime Public transport capex Construction Approved
Regional Consortium Interim Ticketing Solution Public transport capex Implementation Approved
Wakatipu Basin Small Ferry Services Public transport capex Detailed business case Approved
Wakatipu Public transport Hub Imp Support Public transport capex Construction Unlikely
Public transport Programme of Improvements Public transport opex Implementation Approved
Regional Consortium Interim Ticketing Solution Public transport opex Implementation Approved
Regional Consortium Interim Ticketing Solution Public transport opex Implementation Approved
Wakatipu Basin Public transport Public transport opex Implementation Approved
Wakatipu Public transport Further – Small Ferry Service Public transport opex Implementation Likely

Dunedin City Council

In the 2018–21 NLTP, $145 million of land transport projects have been approved for funding in Dunedin. This includes almost $40 million of funding in the latest prioritisation round for Local road improvements and walking and cycling projects: construction funding for Portobello Road improvements, LED street lighting upgrades, and work on Harington Point Road and the Puddle Alley/Dukes Road intersection. Funding has been approved for the central city safety and accessibility upgrade indicative business case and a range of central city and city to harbour cycling and walking projects.

A further $8.4 million of Local road improvements and walking and cycling projects are likely to be funded this NLTP period.

Project name Activity class Phase Approved/Likely/
Unlikely to be funded
Central City Safety and Accessibility Upgrade Local road improvements Indicative business case Approved
LED Street Light Renewal Local road improvements Implementation Approved
Peninsula Roading – Portobello Rd Local road improvements Construction Approved
Peninsula Roading – Portobello Rd Local road improvements Construction Approved
Peninsula Roading – Portobello Rd Local road improvements Construction Approved
Peninsula Roading – Portobello Rd Local road improvements Construction Approved
Peninsula Roading – Portobello Rd Local road improvements Construction Approved
Phase 4 Peninsula Roading – Harington Point Rd Local road improvements Construction Approved
Puddle Alley and Dukes Rd Intersection Upgrade Local road improvements Implementation Approved
Central City Safety and Accessibility Upgrade Local road improvements Detailed business case Likely
Central City Safety and Accessibility Upgrade Local road improvements Implementation Likely
Tertiary Precinct Improvement Project Local road improvements Indicative business case Likely
Tertiary Precinct Improvement Project Local road improvements Detailed business case Likely
Tertiary Precinct Improvement Project Local road improvements Implementation Unlikely
Central City Cycle Network Walking and cycling Implementation Approved
Central City Cycle Network Walking and cycling Implementation Approved
City to harbour cycle/pedestrian connection Walking and cycling Detailed business case Approved
Southern Commuter Route F Walking and cycling Construction Approved
Southern Commuter Route F Walking and cycling Construction Approved
City to harbour cycle/pedestrian connection Walking and cycling Implementation Likely
City to harbour cycle/pedestrian connection Walking and cycling Indicative business case Likely
Dunedin Urban Cycleways Walking and cycling Detailed business case Likely
Dunedin Urban Cycleways Walking and cycling Implementation Unlikely

Queenstown Lakes District Council

In the 2018–21 NLTP, $53 million of land transport projects have been approved for funding in the Queenstown Lakes district. This includes $2.7 million of funding in the latest prioritisation round for Local road improvements – dangerous tree removal, Rees River Bridge protection, stabilisation work on Crown Range and street lights upgrades to LEDs – and the detailed business case for the Wakatipu Active Travel Network.

A further $15.7 million is likely to be approved for funding a range of projects, such as traffic management, the Wanaka Masterplan, park and ride services, walking and cycling projects and water taxi/ferry services.

Project name Activity class Phase Approved/Likely/
Unlikely to be funded
Crown Range land instability Local road improvements Construction Approved
Dangerous trees removal Local road improvements Implementation Approved
Dangerous trees removal Local road improvements Implementation Approved
Glenorchy Road – Paradise Rd: Rees River Bridge Protection Local road improvements Construction Approved
Streetlight LED Upgrade Local road improvements Implementation Approved
Queenstown Traffic Management Facilities Local road improvements Pre-implementation Likely
Wanaka Masterplan Local road improvements Detailed business case Likely
Queenstown Town Centre Arterial Local road improvements Pre-implementation Likely
Queenstown Town Centre Arterial Local road improvements Implementation Unlikely
Queenstown Town Centre Arterial Local road improvements Property Unlikely
Queenstown Traffic Management Facilities Local road improvements Implementation Unlikely
Park and Ride Transport Services Public transport capex Pre-implementation Likely
PT Improvements Stage Two – Hubs Public transport capex Property Likely
Water taxi service/ferry network Public transport capex Implementation Likely
Water taxi service/ferry network Public transport capex Pre-implementation Likely
Park and Ride Transport Services Public transport capex Construction Unlikely
Ballantyne Road Seal extensions Regional improvements Implementation Likely
Shotover River Bridge (Arthurs Point) Duplication Regional improvements Detailed business case Likely
Wakatipu Active Travel Network DBC Walking and cycling Detailed business case Approved
Queenstown Town Centre Pedestrianisation Walking and cycling Pre-implementation Likely
Wakatipu Active Travel Network Walking and cycling Implementation Likely
Wakatipu Active Travel Network Walking and cycling Pre-implementation Likely
Wakatipu Active Travel Network Walking and cycling Detailed business case Likely
Queenstown Town Centre Pedestrianisation Walking and cycling Implementation Unlikely

Central Otago District Council

In the 2018–21 NLTP, $20 million of land transport projects have been approved for funding in the Central Otago district. This includes $262,541 of funding in the latest prioritisation round for street light upgrades to LEDs.

Project name Activity class Phase Approved/Likely/
Unlikely to be funded
CODC LED Streetlighting Upgrades Local road improvements Implementation Approved

Clutha District Council

In the 2018–21 NLTP, $30 million of land transport projects have been approved for funding in the Clutha district. This includes $700,00 of funding in the latest prioritisation round for the seal extension of the Nuggets Road and street light upgrades to LEDs.

The detailed business case for the replacement Hina Hina Bridge has also been funded, with the $1.5 million for implementation work also likely to be funded.

Project name Activity class Phase Approved/Likely/
Unlikely to be funded
Seal Extension of The Nuggets Road Local road improvements Construction Approved
Streetlight LED Upgrade Local road improvements Construction Approved
Hina Hina Bridge Replacement Regional improvements Detailed business case Approved
Hina Hina Bridge Replacement Regional improvements Implementation Likely

Southland District Council

In the 2018–21 NLTP, $58 million of land transport projects have been approved for funding in the Southland district. This includes $1.2 million of funding in the latest prioritisation round for Local road improvements: the seal extension to the alternative scenic route, accelerated street lighting renewal with LEDs and investigation in to HPVM routes in the Otago/Southland area.

Project name Activity class Phase Approved/Likely/
Unlikely to be funded
09-12 Roading – VDM HPMV investigation (Southland/Otago) Local road improvements Investigation Approved
Accelerated Renewal LED conversion Programme Local road improvements Construction Approved
Alternative Scenic Route Seal Extension Local road improvements Construction Approved

Gore District Council

In the 2018–21 NLTP, $18 million of land transport projects have been approved for funding in the Gore district. This includes more than $5.5 million of funding in the latest prioritisation round for the replacement of the Pyramid Bridge, upgrade of street lights to LEDs and the detailed business case for the Gore River Track.

Project name Activity class Phase Approved/Likely/
Unlikely to be funded
GDC led street light upgrade Local road improvements Implementation Approved
Pyramid Bridge Replacement Local road improvements Construction Approved
Gore River Track Walking and cycling Detailed business case Approved
Gore River Track Walking and cycling Implementation Unlikely

Invercargill City Council

In the 2018–21 NLTP, $33 million of land transport projects have been approved for funding in Invercargill. This includes $3.1 million of funding in the latest prioritisation round for the renewal of street lighting in Invercargill, the upgrade of street lighting to LEDs and for the new bus ticketing solution.

Project name Activity class Phase Approved/Likely/
Unlikely to be funded
11 Yr Streetlighting Renewal Programme for Invercargill City Local road improvements Construction Approved
LED Streetlight Upgrade 2017-2018 Local road improvements Construction Approved
Regional Consortium Interim Ticketing Solution Public transport capex Implementation Approved
Regional Consortium Interim Ticketing Solution Public transport opex Implementation Approved
Regional Consortium Interim Ticketing Solution Public transport opex Implementation Approved
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