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City Rail Link 19 Oct 2021

Breakthrough: Karangahape welcomes Dame Whina Cooper

Auckland’s City Rail Link (CRL) is celebrating a mighty milestone with its powerful Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), Dame Whina Cooper, breaking through today into the Karangahape Station construction site at the end of its 860-metre-long journey from Mt Eden. 

Community 13 Oct 2021

Te Hā Noa – one step closer

Auckland Council and Auckland Transport are working together to deliver improvements to Auckland city centre’s midtown in time for the opening of the City Rail Link’s Aotea Station.

Auckland's Future In Progress 28 Sep 2021

Auckland Council lists $133million cluster of projects to regenerate midtown

Auckland Council and Auckland Transport have unveiled their midtown programme, describing the area as: ‘a part of Auckland where our history, art and culture can be seen and heard and will spill out into public life; where people choose to spend time and socialise; a place that is attractive and feels inclusive and safe.’

Development 7 Sep 2021

Karangahape Road records retail high before bracing for lockdown

Before the current lockdown, figures from Marketview ranked Karangahape Road the highest performing Business Improvement District across the Auckland region for the past three months.

City Rail Link 9 Aug 2021

Breakthrough at New Zealand’s deepest railway station

Two sections of New Zealand’s deepest railway station are joined up after an underground breakthrough at City Rail Link’s Karangahape Station.

City Rail Link 16 Jul 2021

Dame Whina Cooper goes 24/7 as CRL tunnelling ramps up

The final piece of City Rail Link’s Tunnel Boring Machine, Dame Whina Cooper, is now in place allowing the big underground factory to operate at full capacity on its transformational journey below Auckland.

Development 14 Jun 2021

Auckland Transport delivers first stage of vibrant vision for Karangahape Road

Karangahape Road’s heritage-rich neighbourhood has become supercharged with renewal in recent times, as the area moves closer to its future as a vibrant city neighbourhood and one of Auckland’s busiest transit hubs.