The team at AT have shared further information and some images about the Glen Innes- Tamaki shared path.
Please feel free to email Aaron Hutchings at AT with any questions: aaron.hutching@
Walk, run and cycle from Auckland’s eastern suburbs to the Waitemata
Another key component of the Auckland Cycle Network, the 7km long Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive Shared Path, is on the horizon and it’s time to get involved and give Auckland Transport (AT) and the NZ Transport Agency some constructive feedback.
The project team will be on hand at a public open day this weekend (Saturday 22 November) to share designs, answer questions and gather feedback on draft designs. Come along, have a look at the plan and tell us what you think!
The $30 million shared pedestrian and cycle path will follow the eastern rail line from Merton Road near Glen Innes Station to Tamaki Drive and connect Auckland’s eastern suburbs to the city centre. It will be around four metres wide and constructed mostly in concrete with timber boardwalks used for short water crossings such as Orakei Basin. The project team aims to keep gradients as low as possible to mitigate the route’s sometimes hilly geography.
The Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive Shared Path will be well lit, connect with public transport facilities along the route and allow for future extensions in key areas. Constructed in four stages, the path is expected to be completed in late-2018.
Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive Shared Path Open Day
AT and the NZ Transport Agency are holding an open day on Saturday 22 November. Come along to meet the project team and find out more about this exciting project.
When: Saturday 22 November, 8:30am to 12pm
Where: St Chads Church and Community Centre, 38 St Johns Road, Meadowbank
You can provide feedback at the open day on 22 November, or online from the same day at www.AT.govt.nz/easternpath