Mayor Phil Goff and Transport Minister Simon Bridges have opened stage one of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive Shared Path.
The installation of 10 large precast pier sections for a bridge spanning Oakley Creek is a milestone in the construction of the Waterview Shared Path.
Hundreds of Aucklanders held an early first birthday party for an Auckland landmark – the pink Lightpath, Te Ara I Whiti.
Hundreds of people poured into Waterview Reserve on Saturday to celebrate the official opening of the new BMX track and skate park.
Community celebration marks progress made on improved cycle path.
Arataki Visitor Centre near Titirangi is the gateway to Waitākere Ranges Regional Park, and the perfect place to do some stargazing.
A major community transformation was celebrated on Saturday 5 November in Mt Roskill, as construction kicked off on Auckland Council’s restoration of Te Auaunga Awa.
The Matakana Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge is now complete. The 52m bridge on Leigh Road provides safe and convenient access to the Matakana Village area.
A new shared path between Avondale and New Lynn will offer a great way to walk and cycle between the two town centres.
These walks in central Auckland and the surrounding suburbs are a great way to explore the area and learn something about Auckland's past.