Consultation on the final section of the central city cycle loop is now open and we want to know what you think.
The proposed route takes riders through Market Place, Customs Street West and the western side of Lower Hobson Street, linking the Nelson Street cycleway to the Quay Street cycleway.
Feedback closes on Sunday 1 October.
A fully separated cycle loop
Auckland Transport's Manager for Walking, Cycling and Road Safety, Kathryn King, says she is excited that Auckland is now so close to having a fully separated central city cycling loop.
"When we started our current three-year cycleway building programme two years ago, we had big plans to transform Auckland into a city for bikes. Consulting on the final section of the central city cycle loop tells me that our plans have come together and we are making great progress."
More Aucklanders riding bikes
“Completing this loop around the city will mean we continue to see big increases in the number of people using a bike to get where they need to go. Last year we welcomed more than 45,000 new riders to Auckland and across Upper Queen Street.”
“As our network grows, so will the numbers of people seeing the benefits of travelling in an active way, avoiding traffic and keeping fit."
Work is already underway on other parts of the central city cycle loop between Nelson Street from Victoria Street to Pakenham Street East on Market Place and Pitt Street from Beresford Square to the motorway on-ramp at Hobson Street.