Streets for People co-design workshops to kick off in February

In February Whanganui District Council will commence the first community co-design workshops for the Waka Kotahi-funded ‘Streets for People’ projects on lower St Hill Street and Guyton Street.

Back in September, the council’s town centre regeneration team successfully secured $1.26m of central government funding through Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency to work directly with the community to co-design and trial a range of streetscape improvements. The goal is to improve public transport connections, enhance safety and convenience for pedestrians and cyclists – and make both two streets more inviting, people-friendly spaces to visit, not just travel through.

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