If you wanted to walk, cycle or ride a horse in the Beachlands and Maraetai area – where would you want to do it?
Robyn Malcolm has been out exploring the region uncovering some of Auckland’s greatest treasures.
In the past year, an extra 45,000 Aucklanders have taken to two wheels, according to Auckland Transport (AT).
A $2.2m council project delivering an improved wetland area, park space and sustainable transport links in Wairau was opened to the public.
When you think of going out for a night of dancing, a remote cave on one of Auckland’s wild west coast beaches isn’t the first venue that comes to mind.
Where is everyone? Quay Street, it seems: more than 10,000 cycle trips have been made on the Quay Street cycleway since it opened almost three weeks ago.
Cycle data published by Auckland Transport shows that, for nine monitored sites around Auckland, there has been an increase of 15.1 per cent in cyclist movements in June 2016 compared to June 2015.
Auckland Council's governing body has given the green light to look at a public-private partnership model to fund SkyPath
Papakura Local Board wants your input on which routes could become walkways and cycleways as it develops a greenways plan for Papakura.
Auckland Council’s Finance and Performance Committee will next week make a decision on whether to deliver the SkyPath project through a public private partnership (PPP).