NZ Urban Development news from the media | 4 October 2022 | Progress continues on future-proofing Auckland’s transport infrastructure


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Progress continues on future-proofing Auckland’s transport infrastructure

Transport Minister Michael Wood has welcomed the latest progress on Auckland’s two most transformational transport projects in a generation – Auckland Light Rail and the Additional Waitematā Harbour Connections.

Auckland Light Rail and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency have named preferred bidders to move each project to their next phase, designing the best way to construct Auckland Light Rail and evaluating the preferred transport modes for further development for Waitematā Harbour Connections.

“The Government is upgrading New Zealand’s transport infrastructure to future proof the system for future generations to come, securing New Zealand’s economy and supporting our largest city to thrive,” Michael Wood said.

“Together the projects will have far-reaching benefits city-wide, transforming the way people can get around by giving them more travel choices.”’s-transport-infrastructure

‘It will feel like a new city’ - how Auckland midtown will transform the city centre

The midtown section of Auckland’s city centre is currently undergoing a transformation.

It will look and feel so different that Aucklanders will be blown away - that’s according to Head of Auckland Council’s City Centre Programmes, Jenny Larking.

“I think it will feel like you are in a new city,” she says.

“In just a few years’ time it will be unrecognisable, and not only will it look different, but the way people use the city will be different.

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(updated on 28/9/2022)

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