Waka Kotahi partnered with 32 councils across New Zealand to help them through the planning, delivery and monitoring of Innovating Streets projects.
There has been a lot learnt over the past 18 months, with all these learnings helping guide the development of the next stage of the programme.
All projects were required to submit an evaluation of the project.
All featured projects were completed as part of the Innovating Streets programme 2020–2021.
The Brooklyn Road Cycleway project was delivered in Wellington. Read about how the project was developed and the outcomes it achieved.
The Cambridge safer journeys project was delivered in Cambridge. Read about how the project was developed and the outcomes it achieved.
The Drews Avenue Arts Quarter town centre regeneration project was delivered in Whanganui. Read about how the project was developed and the outcomes it achieved.
Hear about Drews Avenue Arts Quarter from business owners, community members and those involved in its delivery.
Prior to the launch of the Innovating Streets a number of projects were completed. The case studies listed below include projects from across New Zealand that were completed prior to the Innovating Streets programme. These are profiled here because of their alignment with the outcomes and approaches sought by Streets for People projects.