The Upper Hutt City Council’s Roading division is responsible for the land transport activity and covers management of all land transport matters, including the city’s network of local roads.  Part of Council’s function is to ensure that the residents and visitors to Upper Hutt can move freely, efficiently and safely throughout the city.

Safety of all road users is a paramount concern of Council. Council works in conjunction with the NZ Police, the New Zealand Transport Agency, ACC, schools and community groups on road safety initiatives that work towards the New Zealand Safer Journeys vision of ‘A safe road system increasingly free of death and serious injury’.

For more links to roading information are provided in the Resources and Links section

New Drivers

Learning to Drive? drive.govt.nz has got heaps of cool stuff that will help you get confident behind the wheel.

Older Drivers

The CarFit campaign for mature drivers is about adjusting your car to be safe and comfortable. For more information about the CarFit and other road safety initiatives, click on the following link.

Find out more about CarFit

The NZAA wants to keep senior drivers safe, confident and independently mobile for as long as possible, so they’re offering a FREE 1 hour coaching session to AA members aged 80 plus. This is a relaxed session with a friendly AA Driving Instructor in your own vehicle. Call 0800 223 748 or visit aa.co.nz/senior-driver

Driver Distraction campaign

Upper Hutt City Council is supporting the New Zealand Transport Agency Driver Distraction campaign.

Find out more about the Driver Distraction campaign

Motorcycling

Get Ride-Ready

Kick off a great riding season with a FREE expert 10-point safety check a FREE on-road Ride Forever session to sharpen your riding skills.

Click on the link below to Greater Wellington Regional Council’s website for more information (including downloadable poster) and to register for the Ride-Ready programme.

www.gw.govt.nz/motorcycling

Pedal Ready

Want to brush up your bike handling skills or find out how to navigate in traffic?

Find out more about the FREE cycling skills courses being run in Upper Hutt in January 2017

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Last updated on 17 Jan 2017