Planning North Auckland’s transport future

Feedback is open for future transport projects in North Auckland.

Helping everyone move around safely, easily and sustainably, whether they’re walking, cycling, using public transport or driving.

Auckland is growing fast with another million people expected to live and work in our city by 2050. To support this growth in North Auckland several transport projects are proposed to provide future communities with safer roads and sustainable travel choices. 

Auckland Transport and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency are working with Auckland Council and mana whenua to protect the land for these future projects through Te Tupu Ngātahi Supporting Growth

The planning process for North Auckland is underway, and a detailed business case is being developed. 

Proposals are open for community feedback until 19 August 2022 

  • A 16km rapid transit corridor from Albany to Milldale via Dairy Flat delivering frequent and high quality public transport. 
  • Around 25km of new walking and cycling paths travelling alongside the Rapid Transit Corridor and State Highway 1
  • Improvements to State Highway 1 from Albany to Silverdale, including a new interchange at Wilks Road, and upgrades to Silverdale and Redvale interchanges 
  • New and upgraded local roads 

Help us make sure we are on the right track with our future transport proposals. They can then be considered as part of the rezoning and release of land by Auckland Council over the next 10-30 years.

If you have questions about the future of transport for North Auckland, click here.

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Bernadette Robert

Bernadette Robert