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Have your say on 12km Te Whau pathway

Published: 15 March 2017
Artist's impression of Te Whau Pathway.

Auckland Transport wants your feedback to refine the design of Te Whau Pathway.

The 12km path will link the Manukau Harbour at Green Bay Beach to the Waitematā Harbour at Te Atatu Peninsula along the western edge of the Whau River. It is a shared path designed for commuting and recreation for pedestrians, cyclists, mobility scooters, prams, and activities such as fishing and kayaking.

Parts of the pathway inside existing parks have been completed. Work is continuing on more path sections in parks and on the design of the boardwalk sections that will link those sections of the walkway to create a continuous path.

“This is an exciting time in the project as we begin to look in more detail at what the exact route will be,” says chair of the Whau Coastal Walkway Environmental Trust Iris Donoghue.

“We are sensitive to people in the area who will have this facility close to their property and we want to hear from them during the preliminary design phase. When it is completed the pathway will breathe new life into the area as it showcases some of the river’s distinctive environmental and historical features.”

Get information and give feedback

Visit at.govt.nz/projects-roadworks/te-whau-pathway

Call (09) 355 3553

Talk to us in person at:

Bay Olympic Soccer and Sports Club at Olympic Park, 36 Portage Road, New Lynn, on Sunday 19 March, between 10am and 3pm

Kelston Community Hub, 68 St Leonards Road, Kelston, on Saturday 25 March, between 10am and 3pm.

The public feedback period closes on Sunday 16 April. The project will then move to the detailed design phase, which includes prioritising sections of the pathway to be developed next, and applying for resource consent.