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Progress videos of the Glen Innes to Tāmaki Drive Shared Path project.

Section 2: Progress between March and June 2021

See how Section 2 of the shared path is progressing and what the team has been working on the past few months.

Section 2: Time lapse of the rail bridge over Easter weekend - April 2021

See how the rail bridge took shape over Easter with 12 beams weighing a total of 540 tonnes being put into place.

Section 2: Progress in early 2021

See how Section 2 of the shared path is progressing and what the team has done over the summer.

Section 2: Progress over 2020

See how Section 2 of the shared path is progressing and what the team did over 2020.

Section 2: Meet the construction team

Learn about the team who are constructing Section 2 from St Johns Road to Ōrākei Basin.

Section 2: What are we building?

Learn about the project and what the team are building.

Section 2: How are you building the path?

Learn how we are constructing Section 2 of the shared path.

Section 2: Sod turning

A good crowd turned out to watch the Minister and Associate Minister of Transport turn the sod for stage 2 of Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Tai. Construction is set to begin in mid-August, with section 2 being the longest of the 7km path which connects Auckland's eastern suburbs with the city centre.


Section 3: Orakei Basin boardwalk timelapse

A timelapse of Section 3 Orakei Basin Boardwalk during the 2017/18 summer holiday period showcases the area’s stunning scenery pre-construction and offers a taste of what’s to come for cyclists and pedestrians once the boardwalk is completed.