Keep up to date with how projects are going, and understand the process so far. New events will be added as the project progresses.

1 June 2022 Planning begins to improve more Kilbirnie, Rongotai and Lyall Bay routes and connections

The new bike routes planned in this area will fill gaps in the Kilbirnie network, complementing and better connecting the bike paths and lanes that are already in place. The new connections will make it easier and safer to get places in the neighbourhood, including Kilbirnie shops, Lyall Bay beach, cafes and businesses, the airport, Kilbirnie pool, daycare centres, schools and sportsfields, and the hub of recreational and sports facilities at Kilbirnie Park. They’ll also make it easier to get to Ākau Tangi (formerly called the ASB Sports Centre) and across Cobham Drive to Tahitai, the waterfront pathways connecting to the city, Miramar and Te Motu Kairangi (Miramar Peninsula). 

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August 2019: Construction completed on Crawford Road, Rongotai Road and Evans Bay Parade (Kilbirnie) More Less

These new bike paths have been completed:

  • uphill lanes on Crawford Road, Alexandra Road and upper Constable Street
  • bike paths on both sides of Rongotai Road between Onepu Road and Te Whiti Street
  • bike path and new footpath on Evans Bay Parade in Kilbirnie, between Cobham Drive and Rongotai Road. 

13 December 2018: Construction under way on Evans Bay Parade (Kilbirnie) More Less

Construction started on the two-way bike path and separate footpath on Evans Bay Parade in Kilbirnie.

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15 October 2018: Construction under way on Rongotai Road More Less

Construction is under way on Rongotai Road from 15 October.

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4 October 2018: Construction under way on Crawford Road and Constable Street More Less

Construction is under way on Crawford Road and the top section of Constable Street.

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