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Māngere is a large suburb located near Auckland Airport. The area is multicultural with large Pasifika, Asian, Māori, and European communities living in the suburb.
The removal of on-street parallel parking on one side of the road enabled uni-directional separated cycleways on both sides of Ilam Road to be installed in 2013.
This facility aims to provide a dedicated, safe, high-quality cycle route that connects the Northern Line Cycleway, Sawyers Arms Road and Christchurch’s northern suburbs to the Central City.
The Rapanui – Shag Rock Cycleway is one of Christchurch City’s 13 major cycleways. The first section of the Rapanui Cycleway opened in December 2017 and the first 2 km of the route, from Fitzgerald Avenue to Aldwins Road, is a neighbourhood greenway.
Christchurch City Council introduced uni-directional separated cycleways on both sides of Tennyson Street in 2001.
Cycle lanes in Hastings have been marked with dashed green lines inside the cycle lane edge and lane lines.
This bi-directional separated cycleway (known as the ‘Morey St Cycleway’) along Morey Street, Rotorua, was implemented in 2016.
The Waimea River Bridge in Appleby is a key arterial connection between Richmond, Brightwater and local destinations and is commonly used by bicycle commuters. An electronic cycle warning signs system to improve cycle safety on narrow high risk roads.
A bi-directional separated cycle facility was constructed on St Vincent Street in Nelson in 2014.