Stage 2 works
Tamaki Drive – Ngapipi Road intersection works are running ahead of schedule. We are starting stage 2 four weeks early.
The road layout will change during stage 2 works.
Road layout changes from 26 September
Weather permitting, a new road layout will be in place from Tuesday, 26 September. It will have the same number of lanes, but these will narrow on the approach to Ngapipi Road.
The speed limit will be reduced to 30km/h and traffic delays can be expected. Please approach the intersection with care and watch out for pedestrians and cyclists.
Pedestrian and cycling facilities will also be retained, but the shared path on Tamaki Drive and footpath on Ngapipi Road will also narrow.
Ngapipi bridge widening
We want your feedback on a proposal to widen Ngapipi bridge to provide new footpaths and convert the existing footpaths into cycleways.
Feedback is open until 8 October.
Night works next week
On Sunday 17, Monday 18, and provisionally Tuesday 19 September, we will be working at night to install a new drainage pipe across Tamaki Drive.
This work is scheduled to take place at night (from 7pm to 5am) as the traffic volumes are too high during the day to do it safely.
This work is weather dependent and will be rolled to the next fine night if impacted by weather.
There will be some noise and truck movement associated with this work and we apologise for any disruption this may cause.
Work for Stage 1 is now well underway.
What we did last week
Removed existing footpath and kerb & channel along the south side of Tamaki Drive and east of Ngapipi Road.
Happening this week
- Continue footpath and kerb & channel renewal along the south side of Tamaki Drive and east of Ngapipi Road.
- Commence service installation including drainage upgrades.
Watch out for
For safety reasons, the stairs linking Paritai Drive to Tamaki Drive will be closed later this week for up to a month as we install new kerb & channel and footpath at the corner. Pedestrian detours are sign posted via Paritai Drive/Ngapipi Road and/or Paritia Drive/Okahu Street.
As a live construction site, the speed limit has been reduced to 30km/h and traffic delays can be expected. Please approach the intersection with care.
Stage 1 construction begins on Monday and Tuesday nights (21 and 22 August), with the removal of the traffic island at the intersection to create room for lane realignment.
The hours of work are 7pm to 5am, weather permitting. Traffic will be managed by stop-go signals.
There will be some associated noise and truck movement and we apologise for any disruption.
Work will start later this month on the footpath along Tamaki Drive and Ngapipi Road. Work will then begin on extending the seawall.
The upgrade should take 12 months to complete.
Read the media release: Work starting on Tamaki Drive-Ngapipi Road intersection improvements.
AT is currently in the process of engaging a suitable contractor for the intersection upgrade work.
We expect to begin construction in mid 2017.
Submissions on the resource consent application have closed.
A decision is expected in early 2017.
AT has applied to Auckland Council for the resource consent for the intersection upgrade. The consent application has been notified, which means you can make a submission.
Submissions are open until 23 September.