Latest news: 8 October 2020
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on Auckland Transport and the wider Auckland Council whānau. As a result, Auckland Council is implementing an Emergency Budget which has reduced Auckland Transport’s budget.
Unfortunately, this means that all projects in Warkworth, Silverdale, Dairy Flat and Wainui are delayed and have now been put on hold.
We appreciate these changes may cause uncertainty for landowners and we will be in touch when we have more information to share. If you have any immediate concerns please contact us on our freephone number, 0800 GROW AKL (0800 4769 255) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about the future transport network for northern Auckland
We’re considering future transport options in Orewa, Wainui, Silverdale and Dairy Flat. Our focus is on public transport, walking and cycling options and SH1 upgrades for North Auckland:
|Northern Network Map 2020 [PDF, 832 KB]|
In 2019, Auckland Transport and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency released an Indicative Strategic Transport Network to support growth in northern Auckland.
The network in the north provides the community with:
This transport network integrates with Auckland Council’s development of a structure plan that identifies the mix and location of industrial land uses in the Silverdale West – Dairy Flat area.
|Northern Auckland Indicative Strategic Transport Network [PDF, 835 KB]|
The transport network is a 30-year plan for a well-connected system that will deliver great safety, accessibility and liveability outcomes in northern Auckland. It includes:
More information is in our latest newsletter Northern Auckland Transport Connections [PDF, 1.3 MB].
Detailed descriptions of some of the projects included in the transport network plan are available below:
Other priority projects
While this network will be developed in the medium to long term, projects including the current Dairy Flat Highway Safety Improvements will be implemented in the short term to improve safety and manage congestion.
In addition, works to support the live-zoned areas of Wainui are being funded by Crown Infrastructure Partners (CIP).
More information on other priority projects can be found at:
Over the next few years our programme will be progressing more detailed investigations and further engagement with project partners, stakeholders, landowners and the community, and will begin staged route protection [PDF, 54 KB] processes across all future urban growth areas and transport projects.
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