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Works underway on SH1, North Shore


Reminder: night time works and detours underway

A reminder that night works are still underway on SH1 every Sunday – Thursday (inclusive) between 9pm – 5am. Detours are in place and will remain the same every night to make it easier and more familiar for people who travel regularly at night.

These night works and detours are scheduled to be in place until approx. May 2018, and will prepare the motorway for the upcoming NCI project.

To see our public notice and detour map, visit our website here.

We apologise in advance for any inconvenience these necessary preparation works may cause.

Have questions? At any time during the night or day you can call our 0800 624 776 to talk to a member of our team.



Feedback open on Rosedale Busway Station plans

Auckland Transport and the NZ Transport Agency are working together to develop plans for a new busway station in Rosedale. Once consented, the new station is planned to be built as part of the NCI project works, alongside the extension of the Northern Busway. 

The Rosedale Busway Station will improve transport options for people working or visiting this busy commercial and industrial hub, and will also provide a stepping stone for those travelling on the Northern Express bus service, to Albany and further north or to the city centre.

The plans look to build the busway station on Arrenway Drive, with a bridge structure over Rosedale Road and the station platforms located on either side of the structure via an overpass. The station connects to the local bus network through feeder bus stops on Rosedale Road.  

The new station will include a drop-off and pick up area, along with a number of operational and mobility parking bays, waiting areas, and cycling facilities such as bike racks and lockers. The busway station will connect to the 7km of shared walking and cycling paths being constructed as part of the NCI project, as well as connections to existing local walking and cycling routes along Rosedale Road (see the next story for more on cycling).

No park and ride is proposed at this stage. Instead, investment options are being investigated by AT to look at upgrading parking options at existing park and ride stations.

The roll out of Auckland Transport’s ‘New Network’ later this year will provide more local feeder bus services and improved routes to make it easier for customers to access Rosedale.  Furthermore, when the new Rosedale Busway Station is complete, there will be further changes which will re-route and improve bus services to the station.

AT is also working on an on-street parking strategy in parallel with the development of the busway station to help manage the on-street parking demand in Rosedale.

How to provide feedback:

The planning team at AT and the Transport Agency are currently asking for feedback on the Rosedale Busway Station. A link to the online survey is available at:

Alternatively, you can check out the AT website at

A drop-in session will also be held in Rosedale, so come join the planning team for a coffee and chat:

Black & Gold Coffee and Eatery, 1/33 Triton Drive, Rosedale, Auckland

Thursday 22 February, 8am – 11am



Biking events in Albany

The NCI project will build over 7kms of new walking and cycling paths as part of our works over the next four years, and we’re proud to be working closely with Auckland Transport on the development of their locations and designs.

In the meantime, we encourage you to make the most of Auckland Transport’s cycling events and improve your riding confidence before our paths open.

Auckland Transport have announced a series of events in Albany – the ‘Discover Albany by Bike’ series.

The next events will explore the Rosedale area (7 Feb 2018) and Albany metro area (28 Feb 2018).  Both have a bike checking clinic at 5:30pm where a cycle mechanic will check your bike to ensure that it’s road worthy and make any small adjustments prior to the ride. If you don’t own a bike but would like to find out more about what Albany has to offer on two wheels then you can request to have one provided free of charge, but booking for this is essential.

Skills required:

  • You need to be:
  • over 16 years old.
  • able to ride a bike.
  • able to ride with one hand for at least 3 seconds (so you can signal turns).
  • comfortable with looking behind you while riding.
  • download the Albany Bike event series flyer on AT's website.

When and where:

Explore Rosedale Park  Wednesday, 7 February
Departs at 6pm from Pinehurst School for an hour-long exploratory ride.
From 5.30pm, bring your bike for a free check by our bike mechanic.

Explore Albany Centre  Wednesday, 28 February
Departs at 6pm from Massey University for an hour-long exploratory ride.
From 5.30pm, bring your bike for a free check by our bike mechanic.

To register for one of these events please follow the link below and complete the online form:



Your community contacts for the NCI project

To find out more or provide feedback on the NCI project works, please contact one of our two Community Engagement Managers.

Emma Cushnie and Trish Viall are responsible for being the key contact for all residents and business owners in our project zone and will also help to run monthly info days where you can pop in to see us and chat. They and are looking forward to meeting you all – for more info contact them on 0800 624 776 or

Emma Cushnie
Community Engagement Manager – SH1: Albany, East Coast Bays, Rosedale

Trish Viall
Community Engagement Manager – SH18: North Harbour Industrial Estate, Constellation Drive, Unsworth Heights



More information


For more information on Auckland's Northern Corridor Improvements (NCI) Project, contact our team on 0800 NCI Project (0800 624 776) or at

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