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Project introduction

The Upper Harbour Highway to Greville Road Northbound 3-laning is the first project to start construction as part of the Government's accelerated programme of works to improve transport infrastructure in Auckland.

Key features and benefits

Easing congestion for commuters at this bottleneck on the Northern Motorway (between the Upper Harbour Highway onramp and the Greville Road offramp)while the wider Northern Corridor Improvements Programme is developed.

This project forms the first stage of the Northern Corridor accelerated package of works which focuses on improving links to and from the Northern Motorway.

Benefits
  • Enhancing traffic flow and reducing congestion

  • Making it easier to move from the motorway and the local roads

  • Better walking and cycling facilities for the area

  • Bus priority measures

  • Additional northbound lane on the Northern Motorway between the Upper Harbour Highway and Greville Road interchanges

  • Converting the Greville Rd/Tawa Dve/Albany Expressway roundabout into a fully signalised intersection

  • Lengthening the free left-hand turn at the Upper Harbour Highway onramp

  • Widening of the Greville Road southbound onramp from 1 to 2 lanes

  • Rosedale Bridge widening

  • Widening the Albany Expressway from 1 to 2 lanes southbound

  • New 3 metre shared walking and cycling path

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