Inner-west cycleways and street improvements Inner-west cycleways and street improvements

Creating attractive, safe and accessible streets for everyone. 


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Project overview

We have developed improvements for people who travel by foot, bike, or bus within the inner-west suburbs of Pt Chevalier, Westmere, and Grey Lynn. The three projects will each be delivered in consultation with local residents and businesses.

Protected cycleways, separated from traffic, are a key feature of each project. The routes expand Auckland’s growing cycleway network, connecting at Point Chevalier with the Northwestern Cycleway and at the city end with Karangahape Road Cycleway and the city centre cycle network.


Point Chevalier to Westmere improvements

Route: Point Chevalier Road, Meola Road, Garnet Road

Picture of a man wearing a helmet and riding a bike

Grey Lynn and Westmere improvements 

Route 1: Garnet Road, Old Mill Road, Surrey Crescent

Route 2: Richmond Road, Surrey Crescent

Image showing man wearing a helmet and riding a bike

Great North Road improvements

Route: Great North Road

Picture of a woman in a yellow shirt wearing a helmet and riding a bike.


Building a cycleway network

The map shows how the three projects link together and connect the inner west suburbs with the city centre.

A map showing the area of the new inner-west cycleway network