The AA’s Waikato District Council represents AA Members living from Tokoroa in the south to the Bombays in the north.
Working on behalf of AA Members
Waikato District Council Regional Land Transport Plan (2021)
The AA Council made a submission on the Regional Land Transport Plan:
The number one priority for the Waikato District is the completion of the Waikato Expressway, which when completed will provide a four-lane expressway extending south from the Auckland motorway to Cambridge.
The Expressway project will contribute to addressing the poor road safety record in the region, improve travel times and route efficiency for motorists, and address the problem of vehicles using secondary roads to bypass congested areas.
Safer roads and roadsides
The Council is committed to ensuring that every effort is made to improve the safety of the region's road network. This includes monitoring road and direction signage and ensuring that when road maintenance work is carried out it is done in a way that minimises the impact on road users and the finished project enhances safety.
Hamilton's Eastern Pathways Project
The AA Council has been participating in Hamilton City Council’s Eastern Pathways Project as a stakeholder. This project is examining multi-modal corridors on two key links in the City.
The AA Council is involved in providing feedback on territorial authorities' speed management changes including Hamilton City Council, Waikato District Council, Otorohanga District Council and Waipa District Council, as well as those put forward by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency.
The District Councillors are:
- Pip Edwards (Chair & National Councillor)
- Andrew Parsons (Vice Chair)
- Andrew McKillop (AA Board Member)
- Gary Masters
- John Grummitt
- Darrin Rhodes
- Peter Boys
- Trevor Follows
- Bill McMasters
Contacts for AA Members
Regional Manager: Cathy McDonald, Hamilton AA Centre