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Celebrating the revamped Karangahape Road

The upgrades to Karangahape Road make the iconic street more pedestrian and cycle-friendly, attractive and environmentally sustainable with widened footpaths, two rainbow crossings, native planting, safe separated cycleways, bike parking, and improved bus shelters and more.

Development

Downtown shines as a uniquely Tāmaki Makaurau design

Together, Auckland Council, Auckland Transport and Mana whenua have reimagined downtown.

City Centre Waterfront

40 year-old pōhutukawa return to Quay Street in overnight crane-lift

While the city was sleeping, Auckland’s urban ngahere/forest welcomed home the first two of seven mature pōhutukawa to Quay Street in a nine-hour crane operation.

Auckland's Future In Progress

Harbour Edge Stitch moves from bold concept to exciting reality

One of eight Transformational Moves in the City Centre Masterplan, the Harbour Edge Stitch is making spectacular progress in uniting Auckland’s waterfront with the city centre.

City Centre Waterfront

Seeded mussel lines filter seawater from beneath Te Wānanga

Divers have attached 38 seeded mussel lines to the underside of Te Wānanga, the new public space which reaches out over the water in Quay Street.

City Centre Waterfront

Next three stages of Queen Street improvements gather pace

A timeline for the next three stages of improvements to Queen Street, from Shortland Street to Mayoral Drive, was announced by Auckland Council and Auckland Transport today. The programme of improvements will be complete by the end of June 2022.

Development

Kōrimurimu weaves art with technology, creating a world-first

Another much-anticipated detail has been installed at Te Wānanga in downtown Auckland, giving Aucklanders the chance to lie on the flax-like surface of Kōrimurimu, breathe in the sea air, look up to the sky and hear the movement of the tide below.

City Rail Link

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.