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Bring your ideas to proposed Links to Glen Innes Cycleways

Published: 29 September 2017
Links to Glen Innes Morrin Road

Auckland Transport (AT) wants your feedback on its proposed Links to Glen Innes Cycleways, which will connect locals across Glen Innes, Stonefields, St Johns and Point England.

This aims to provide safe cycling facilities to access local shops, the Glen Innes train station, town centre, schools and other community facilities as well as neighbouring suburbs.

Kathryn King, AT's Walking, Cycling & Road Safety Manager, says, "Protected cycle lanes provide a safer and attractive environment for people to cycle. We hope this will encourage more people in this area to consider cycling as a transport option to get to school, work or the shops."

The dedicated cycleway routes will run along Morrin Road, Merton Road, Apirana Avenue, Point England Road, Taniwha Street, Line Road and Stonefields Avenue. View the map

"They will also connect to Te Ara ti Uta ki Tai, the Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive Shared Path, enabling safe passage for people riding to and from Auckland's city centre and waterfront," says Miss King.

Have your say 

You can get more detail and have your say on the Auckland Transport website. The consultation closes on Wednesday 25 October