The project will provide a new shared path for walking and cycling between Glen Innes and Tāmaki Drive. The 7km route will enable people to walk, run or cycle from the eastern suburbs to the city centre.
We were looking forward to seeing our project neighbours, partners and the community on Saturday 28 August 2021 for a fun day of planting, but with Auckland at COVID-19 Alert Level 4 we will need to cancel the event.
Unfortunately we’re unable to reschedule another planting day due to uncertainty regarding COVID-19 alert levels and the end of the planting season fast approaching.
However, we’re still keen for the community to get involved in the project and see how we’re progressing so we’ll be looking to host an event in a different format in the near future.
We appreciate your understanding and look forward to connecting with our project neighbours and the community at a later date.
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The route will connect with and expand the Auckland Cycle Network and aligns with Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Auckland Transport and Auckland Council to build world class walking and cycling infrastructure that promotes active modes as safe and convenient transport choices.
Provides a missing link in the Auckland Cycle Network, enabling people to connect with routes to Point England and the city centre via Tāmaki Drive.
Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Tai (the path of land and sea), is expected to become one of the city’s most scenic bike routes. Allowing people to walk, run or cycle from Auckland’s Eastern Bay suburbs to the Waitematā Harbour.
It will provide better connections for active modes and link to public transport and will be popular with commuters and those using the path for fitness and recreation.