The New Zealand Transport Agency is inviting people to have their say on the proposed 110km/h speed limit on the tolled section of the Tauranga Eastern Link.
Over the coming month, NZTA will engage with stakeholders, road users and the local community on the proposed new 110km/h limit on State Highway 2.
People were also invited to have their say on the Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway on State Highway 1.
NZTA's director of safety and environment Harry Wilson said people could provide their feedback through the NZTA website, via email or by post.
"It is important that people have the opportunity to provide feedback, and all of the input we get from stakeholders, road users and the community will be considered before a final decision is made," he said.
Mr Wilson said the two roads had been selected first because they were some of the best in New Zealand.
"The speed limit will only be increased to 110km/h on roads which can support higher travel speeds without compromising safety," he said.
"Both the Tauranga Eastern Link Toll Road and the Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway have been designed and will be maintained and operated to the necessary standards to safely support 110km/h travel speeds."
Submissions can be made via the Transport Agency website, by email, or through the post. Submissions close at 5pm on October 26.
If implemented, the new speed limit will be in operation on the tolled section of the Tauranga Eastern Link and the Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway before the end of 2017.
Any additional roads being considered for the 110km/h speed limit will also require consultation with local stakeholders, road users and the community.
Other roads that will be considered in the future include the additional sections of the Waikato Expressway, the Upper Harbour Highway on SH18 in Auckland and Kapiti Expressway on SH1 near Wellington.
Read more and have your say at www.nzta.govt.nz/110speedlimit