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Mangere cycling improvements Mangere cycling improvements

The Māngere cycling improvements project will upgrade the walking and cycling network in Māngere, and create better cycling connections so trips to work, schools and town centres are easier and safer by bike and foot.


Project status: Consultation - closed 13 December 2020.
Project zone: South


Project overview

These improvements are planned as part as early deliverables from the Southwest Gateway.

Programme, which is three key transport projects (20Connect, Airport to Botany Rapid Transit and Auckland Airport precinct developments) that will provide choice and reliability for how people travel around the southwest and southeast Auckland, including to and from the airport and its neighbouring Airport precinct employment zones.

Auckland Transport is taking a Vision Zero approach to road safety. This means we are striving to have zero deaths or serious injuries on our transport system by 2050.

The Māngere Cycling Improvements project consists of five new designs/upgrades. The proposals combine with the existing walking and cycling facilities to create safe links for people travelling between Māngere Bridge, Māngere, Auckland Airport and the Airport Oaks employment areas.

The proposed improvements also provide wider connections to Onehunga, once the upgraded Māngere Bridge is complete in 2022.

Download the proposal plans:

Download the Southwest Gateway early improvements map (PDF 381KB)

Download the parking map (PDF 268KB)

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Project details

Māngere Bridge to Kirkbride Road

What is proposed

  • Direct route connecting Māngere Bridge to the SH20A connection at Kirkbride Road, via Coronation Road and McKenzie Road. This route connects with SH20A and the Airport Oaks areas via the existing facilities.
  • On-street, continuous separated cycling facilities are proposed, suitable for all ages and abilities. Safety improvements to intersections, bus stops and roundabouts, including raised paired crossings to allow for safer cycling movements.
  • Around 465 parking spaces will be impacted over the wider cycling route area to create the new cycling facilities.

Benefits

  • Connections to Māngere Bridge, which unlocks access to Onehunga. This route opens up journeys to the Airport Oaks area, a major hub for employment.
  • Easier access into Māngere town centre. Separated cycle facilities provide safe alternatives to travel around Māngere. Great health benefits by creating more active ways to move around Māngere.


Bader Drive

What is proposed

  • New on-road, bi-directional cycleway on the western side of Bader Drive, connecting to the McKenzie Rd on-street cycling facilities. Bus stop improvements where cycleways pass through bus stops.
  • For the new cycle lanes there will be 65 parking spaces impacted.

Benefits

  • Easy connections to SH20A cycling facilities and existing cycleway on Bader Drive and that connects the residential area around Buckland Road to Māngere town centre.
  • Provides direct cycling route, links up with Kāinga Ora housing development, Māngere College and Te Kura Kaupapa Māori O Māngere.

Bader Drive


Māngere Centre Park

What is proposed

  • 1.5km of a new shared path through Moyle and Māngere Centre Park for people travelling between the existing overbridge (SH20/ SH20A interchange) and Robertson Rd.
  • New shared path will have new lighting, line marking and CCTV at the SH20 underpass.

Benefits

  • An important east-west link connecting Favona and Māngere allowing easy and safer access for communities in the area.

Improved connections to local schools:

  • Te Kura Kaupapa Māori O Māngere.
  • St Mary MacKillop Catholic School.
  • Māngere College.
  • Koru School.

Mangere Centre Park


Jordan Road/Kirkbride Intersection

What is proposed

  • Traffic calming measures, including speed humps, are proposed along Jordan Road to create a safe environment.
  • 25 on-street parking spaces will be impacted to make way for the new improvements.

Benefits

  • Safer cycling connection to Jordan and Kirkbride Road.
  • Cyclists more visible at the intersection and gives them a physical head start.

Jordan Road

What is proposed

  • Traffic calming measures, including speed humps are proposed along Jordan.
  • Road to create a safe environment for all road users.

There will some on-street parking impacts to accommodate for the proposed speed humps.

Benefits

  • Safer cycling connection to Thomas Road and Kirkbride Road.
  • Cyclists more visible to at the intersection and gives them a physical head start.

Jordan Road


Southwest Gateway

The Māngere Cycling Improvements project is an early improvement from the Southwest Gateway Programme, which will provide safer and more reliable travel choice to move around south and east Auckland including to and from the airport and the surrounding areas.

Waka Kotahi, Auckland Transport and Auckland Airport are working together to deliver the programme to connect communities and support population and economic growth in southwest, south and east Auckland, particularly around the airport.


Public consultation

Listening to what you have to say is important to us. Your local knowledge can help us make better decisions, so together we can achieve the best outcomes for your neighbourhood.

Feedback closed on 13 December 2020.

Next steps

  • We will analyse all of the feedback and use it to help refine the proposal.
  • We will prepare a report on the feedback received and any changes made to the proposal which will be published online. If you provided your contact details when giving us feedback, we will notify you when the report is available.

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