Latest news – 12 June 2020 

There's now more time to have your say on southern Auckland projects in the Drury-Opāheke, Pukehohe-Paerata and Takaanini areas. Due to an overwhelming response we've extended public engagement until Friday 19 June.

Some projects are now funded through the NZ Upgrade Programme(external link) and some projects have identified a preferred option, and we’d like your feedback on these.  

Check out our ‘Have your say’ page for more information. 

Contacting the team

 

Transport Network for South Auckland

The network in the South provides transport options for travelling within the local area and to places further afield such as the Auckland CBD, the airport and inter-regionally to the upper North Island.

This transport network integrates with Auckland Council’s development of a structure plans that identify the mix and location of housing, employment, retail, commercial and communities in South Auckland.

 South map
South Auckland Indicative Strategic Transport Network [PDF, 2.4 MB]

The transport network is a 30-year plan for a well-connected system that will deliver great safety, accessibility and liveability outcomes in South Auckland. It includes:

  • Ongoing investment in the rail network and frequent bus services
  • A walking and cycling network
  • Safety upgrades and improvements to the roading network, including on key rural routes
  • Proposed new strategic routes including the Mill Road Corridor and an alternative route to Pukekohe, alongside other state highway upgrades

More information is in our latest newsletter South Auckland Transport Connections [PDF, 2.6 MB] [, ].

Detailed descriptions of some of the projects included in the transport network plan are available below:

Other priority projects

A number of other priority projects are already underway:

Next steps

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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