The Rail and Maritime Trade Union (RMTU) has given notice of its intent to commence industrial action from Monday 26 February to Friday 16 March.

Auckland Transport and Transdev have developed a temporary timetable to minimise disruption and provide consistent rail services on these lines during this period.

Customers can expect Southern, Western and Eastern line weekday peak train services at 20-minute intervals, with inter-peak and off-peak services running as normal. Many trains on these services will run with six cars, which can hold 900 passengers, to help reduce impact.

Onehunga and Pukekohe weekday train services and weekend train services across all lines will remain on their usual timetable.

Ferry and bus services will operate as normal.

Read the media release: Temporary timetable on trains due to industrial action.

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Westhaven Way

Herne Bay Downtown Ferry
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Springs to City

Kingsland Fort Street
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Harbourside Ride

Britomart Mission Bay
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Parks and Playgrounds

Mt Albert Auckland Zoo
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More Great Rides

There are hundreds of fantastic rides to enjoy all around Auckland, from family-friendly and leisure riding, to fitness, commuting and cycle touring. A growing number of cycleways now connect you to town centres, public transport, work and study. Along the way you’ll discover idyllic views, community gathering spots, history and all sorts of life in the bike lane.

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Good times in the city

K Road Queens Wharf

Why not start this ride by meeting up at a cool K Rd café? All going smoothly proceed to East St and cruise down to the start of the Lightpath. Glide along the suspended pink path to the top of Nelson St, where the cycleways make getting downtown a breeze. Cycle slowly through the viaduct area, then along Quay St and on to Queens Wharf. Drift down past the cloud to one of Auckland’s latest greatest art works. What a spot for some summer romance!

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Good Times in The City

Cycle route towards Queens Wharf
  1. A Karangahape Rd View »
  2. B Canada St / Entrance to the pink Lightpath View »
  3. C Nelson St cycleway View »
  4. D Market Place / connection to Quay St cycleway View »
  5. E Quay St cycleway View »
  6. F Beaumont St shared path View »
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Good times in the city

K Road Queens Wharf

Why not start this ride by meeting up at a cool K Rd cafe. All going smoothly proceed to East St and cruise down to the start of the Lightpath. Glide along the suspended pink path to the top of Nelson St, where the cycleway make getting down town a breeze. Cycle slowly through the viaduct area, then along Quay St and on to Queens Wharf. Drift down past the cloud to one of Auckland’s latest greatest art works. What a spot for some summer romance!

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Good Times in The City

Cycle route towards Queens Wharf
  1. A Karangahape Rd View »
  2. B Canada St / Entrance to the pink Lightpath View »
  3. C Nelson St cycleway View »
  4. D Market Place / connection to Quay St cycleway View »
  5. E Quay St cycleway View »
  6. F Beaumont St shared path View »
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Westhaven Way

Herne Bay Downtown Ferry
Terminal

Coffee up, then make your way down to Curran St past Point Erin Park. Cruise along the inner harbourside and under the bridge to Westhaven Marina. Cycle on through Wynyard Quarter and over the Wynyard Crossing bridge to the Viaduct. Perhaps do a lap of Princes Wharf before arriving at the Ferry Terminal. To continue your adventure, take your bike on the ferry to Devonport or Waiheke Island.

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Westhaven Way

Cycle route towards Downtown Ferry Terminal
  1. A Jervois Rd, Herne Bay Town Centre View »
  2. B Sarsfield St View »
  3. C Curran St View »
  4. D Westhaven promenade, Harbour Bridge View »
  5. E Westhaven promenade, St Marys Bay View »
  6. F Beaumont St shared path View »
  7. G Wynyard Quarter, North Wharf View »
  8. H Market Place, Viaduct. Connects to Nelson St Cycleway View »
  9. I Quay St Cycleway, Downtown Ferry Terminal, Britomart Train Station View »
  10. J Connects to Tamaki Dr and Grafton Gully View »
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Springs to City

Kingsland Fort Street

Here’s a quick and easy way to get in to study or work. Start in the inner city suburbs, then head under the Bond Street Bridge and up to Upper Queen St to cross the motorway. Take a right onto the Grafton Gully cycleway under the watchful eye of Owen Dippie’s “Hine” mural. Then cruise downhill for Uni on your right, or all the way down to Stanley St to access the city or foreshore.

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Springs to City

Cycle route towards Britomart
  1. A Travel west to St Lukes, Pt Chevalier, Waterview, Unitec & Te Atatu View »
  2. B School Rd View »
  3. C Central Rd entrance View »
  4. D Ian McKinnon Dr View »
  5. E Upper Queen St View »
  6. F Entrance to Grafton Gully View »
  7. G Grafton Rd exit View »
  8. H Grafton Gully View »
  9. I Beach Rd cycleway View »
  10. J Britomart Pl / connection to Quay St cycleway View »
  11. K Fort St shared space View »

Harbourside Ride

Britomart Mission Bay
Fountain

Browse the shops at Britomart then hop on your bike for a ride ‘round the bays. Cycle past Port of Auckland’s famous red fence and on to Tamaki Drive. Glide along the harbour edge under the Pohutakawas and enjoy sparkling views across to Rangitoto Island. Round Hobson Bay and Okahu Bay to the sandy shores of Mission Bay.

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Britomart to Mission Bay

Cycleway towards Mission Bay, Kohimarama and St Heliers
  1. A Connects to Nelson st cycleway / Pink Path / Westhaven. View »
  2. B Britomart Place / Grafton Gully. View »
  3. C Quay St Cycleway. View »
  4. D Connects to Judges Bay Rd / St Stephens Ave Have to lift your bike up stairs though. View »
  5. E Okahu Bay. View »
  6. F Mission Bay. View »
  7. G Kohimarima*. View »
  8. H St Heliers*. View »

Parks and Playgrounds

Mt Albert Auckland Zoo

Pack a picnic and bring the family for a ride beside Te Auaunga/Oakley Creek. Cross boardwalks and bridges through the greenery. Admire the carved pou whenua (land posts) and waka maumahara (memorial pillars). Catch some sports at Phyllis St Reserve. Stop at the playgrounds, pump track or skate park. Ride the rainbow bridge, then continue on the northwestern cycle route to Western Springs, Auckland Zoo or in to the city.

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Waterview Shared Path

Cycleway towards Western Springs, Auckland Zoo and the CBD
  1. A Connects to cycleway through to Pikes Point Onehunga. View »
  2. B New North Rd (Soljack Place) and Bollard Ave exit / entrance*. View »
  3. C Blockhouse Bay Rd (Trent Street) Entrance. View »
  4. D Harbutt Reserve/End of harbutt Ave. View »
  5. E Alford Street Bridge /Pou. View »
  6. F Waterview reserve exit / entrance. View »
  7. G Rainbow Path. View »
  8. H Unitec / Fixit Station / Carrington Rd exit / entrance. View »
  9. I Sutherland Rd / Golf Course*. View »
  10. J St Lukes Rd Exit / entrance*. View »
  11. K Connection to Western Springs / Zoo. View »
  12. L Northwestern cycleway continues to CBD. View »