Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency

Northern Corridor Improvements

30 March 2022


Arrenway Reserve in 2018 (left) and works currently underway on site (right)

Creating a community space at Arrenway Reserve

Travel options for getting around on foot or by bike is most successful when it helps easily connect people with the places and spaces they want to go. 

With a 5km shared path currently being built along SH1, it’s important that there are connection points along the route so people can get on and off at multiple locations. One of these important connections will be located at Arrenway Reserve, helping to open up access to the nearby industrial area as well as the future planned Rosedale Station.

The reserve has previously been used as a site access point but with work in the immediate area nearing completion, we’re turning our focus over the coming months to restoring the area.

In addition to the shared path connection, the reserve will also have picnic tables and bicycle stands so that locals and visitors alike can all enjoy this community space, whether on a weekday commute or a weekend ride.



SH1-SH18 connection under construction

Join us online for a project update

With our information hub closed while Auckland is in the red traffic light, we’d love for you to join us for an online information session next month so you can find out more about what’s happening on site.

Date: Friday 8 April
Time: 11am to 12 noon

To register your place, please contact us via email before Wednesday 6 April and you’ll be sent a Microsoft teams link to join the session.

We look forward to seeing you online.



Browns Bay high street, one of the locations where the revised network is being proposed

Have your say on proposed AT bus network changes

Our partners Auckland Transport (AT) are looking ahead to the opening of the future Rosedale Station and the implementation of a revised local bus network.

They’re currently asking for feedback on proposals to introduce one new bus service and to significantly change four existing bus services - the 865, 883, 889 and 907. The changes would make the most of the new transport hub, which is planned to open in 2025.

AT’s Senior Service Network Planner, Dave Hilson explained “When the existing bus network was implemented in 2018, bus route options were limited by the locations of the Northern Busway Stations that were open at the time. The opening of Rosedale Station will allow us to revisit our network with the aim of making the bus a better transport option for more people. We can provide more direct, quicker bus connections with the Northern Busway at Rosedale Station and have more buses serving the North Harbour Industrial Estate, Massey University, Albany Village, Browns Bay and Mairangi Bay shops.”

Click here to read more and give your feedback by Sunday 3 April.

Click here for more information about Rosedale Station.



Your community contacts

To find out more or provide feedback, please contact our Community Engagement Managers Emma Cushnie and Trish Viall.

Freephone: 0800 624 776




Whakapā mai | Contact us

For more information on the Auckland Northern Corridor project, contact us on 0800 NCI Project (0800 624 776) or at northerncorridor@nzta.govt.nz

Visit our website http://www.nzta.govt.nz/nci