Two new walking and cycling routes will make travel through the inner-west suburbs safer and more enjoyable.
The countdown to Auckland’s first Project Glow Wear runway show is on.
Auckland Transport and the NZ Transport Agency have announced a preferred route for the fourth and final section of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive Shared Path.
Ranui School was the 25th Auckland school to take part in the project, with its bike track opening at the end of July.
This high-risk intersection will have traffic signals installed with improved pedestrian crossings, new cycle lanes and reconfigured traffic lanes.
The first section of one of Auckland's biggest walking and cycling paths is now open, giving communities better access to a sports field and green spaces on the Unitec Campus.
Find answers to some of the questions that have been circulating, and learn what will happen next in this long-awaited project.
Phase two of the Nelson Street Cycleway has started, with phase three to follow.
In the last four years, there has been a $10.4 million investment into Te Ara Mua – Future Streets, making it safer to get around Māngere, especially for people walking and cycling.
All of the streets in the area will be reduced to 30km/hr except Hamer Street and Brigham Street which will remain at 50km/hr.