Easy access, environmental concerns and public transport options are all very important to Business North Harbour.
We will actively represent your interests, but also require your input and engagement through all consultation processes concerning the growing infrastructure demands within in the area.
We work in partnership with Auckland Transport and NZTA amongst others to develop initiatives to ensure that North Harbour remains a desirable place to work, live and relax. In order to actively represent your interests, we need your input and engagement through all consultation processes concerning our area's increasing infrastructure demands.
We are keen to hear from anyone who may have transport-related information - anything from freight difficulties to yellow lines or congestion. We are here to help with possible solutions to your transport issues.
This project will provide better links for Northern Motorway (SH1) travellers in Auckland and improve transport options on the North Shore for freight, cars, pedestrians and cyclists. It includes a new motorway connection between SH1 and SH18, opening up access to the Western Ring Route and airport.
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The new facility will be something that our community can be proud of. It will provide international standard facilities for our clubs, competitions, schools and Association programmes, including our regional HEART Academy. The facility will also provide a training base for the Vantage Black Sticks.
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Business North Harbour members have reported concerns around congestion in the area. As a result we have introduced, in collaboration with key stakeholders, the following key initiatives.
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The North Harbour area is at near maximum parking capacity due to employment numbers exceeding available parking spaces. Together with Auckland Transport, Business North Harbour is working to find solutions for local businesses with employees who may be leaving home earlier to beat the rush and find a car park. Here are a few options for you:
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Remember you won't just be saving money - you'll be more environmentally friendly too!
We can assist local businesses, and companies relocating to the North Harbour Business Improvement District by creating travel plans for employees.
Travel planning for employees can help to improve reliability, ease apprehensions over changes to their daily commute, and demonstrates a commitment to employee satisfaction.
If you want to stay ahead in business, it's time to go electric. Reduce the running costs of your business vehicles and reduce your carbon emissions from transport by 80%.
The Government has an electric vehicle programme to accelerate both domestic and business uptake.
Cycling is a great fleet option for businesses. Trial the world’s lightest electric bikes with Auckland Transport.
Electric bikes are bicycles with a small electric motor that assist the rider's pedal-power. They are increasing in popularity and number.
E-bikes have many advantages:
We can arrange a free introductory workshop through Auckland Transport for your business and discounted hire for a trial period.
For standard push bikes, AT offer bikes and equipment to trial for one month to make it easy for your business to trial cycling during business hours.
Flexible working gives people the opportunity change their hours, days or the location where they work. Flexi-working allows people to work remotely, avoid travelling in peak hour traffic and work around personal commitments.
It doesn’t have to be a permanent or daily arrangement, flexi-working just 1 or 2 days a week could be a great choice if it fits with your business or work schedule.
What are the benefits?
Flexi-working allows employees to better manage workloads and personal commitments, which means:
Commuting to work can be stressful. Travelling outside of peak hours and working from home can help to reduce stress and peak congestion. It can also benefit the environment and the economy.
Examples of flexi-working
Technology makes it easy
Find out more about flexi-working policies on the Business NZ website
This area of Business North Harbour’s operations affects everyone working, living, visiting or studying within the North Harbour Business Improvement District.
Ease of access is a main focus of Business North Harbour, as we aim to improve access to and from the industrial estate. We will continue to advocate on your behalf, and work with Auckland Transport and NZTA to develop comprehensive plans for main arterial routes such as Constellation Drive, Rosedale Road and Apollo Drive.
We aim to gain understanding of the mid-term to long-term plans for these routes so that businesses and property owners can plan with confidence, and there is minimal impact on their day-to-day operations.
To read more about submissions that we have made to Auckland Transport please see documents below:
Mecari Way - Signalised Pedestrian Crossing - 16 May 2018
Proposed Rosedale Busway Station - 14 March 2018
Corinthian Drive Roundabout - Pedestrian Safety - 27 November 2017
Albany Highway / Rothwell Avenue - Pedestrian and Cyclist Crossign Signalisation - 20 November 2017
Albany Paid Parking Zone - 29 May 2017
Apollo Drive Yellow Lines from bus stop outside 110 to 112 - 30 November 2016
Apollo Drive and Orbit Drive Pedestrian Facilities - 9 March 2016
Clearway on Constellation Drive - 24 August 2016
Apollo/Orbit Drive Pedestrian Crossing - 9 March 2016
Constellation Drive: Traffic Lights: Change of sequence at peak times to be reviewed.