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Ngā kaupapa nunui kei tō rohe mō te wā 2020/2021

2020/2021 major projects in your area

These are the major projects that are still going ahead in 2020/2021.

Region-wide projects

Illustrations of a train, traffic lights, a road infrastructure worker and a sign for Auckland Zoo.

Work will begin and continue on:

  • City Rail Link (CRL) - the largest transport infrastructure project ever to be undertaken in New Zealand
  • Karangahape Road Station - New Zealand's deepest train station
  • Transport safety projects - including projects in the urban and rural road safety programmes
  • Auckland Zoo - development of the new south-east Asia precinct
  • Central Interceptor - development of underground wastewater infrastructure.

Central Auckland projects

Illustrations of high-rise buildings, a bicycle riding near a bus, a swimmer and a ferry.

Work will begin and continue on:

East Auckland projects

Illustrations of a bus, a rugby ball, a roading infrastructure worker and road drainage.

Work will start and continue on:

North Auckland projects

Illustrations of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, water running out of a shower head, a roading infrastructure worker and a bus.

Work will start and continue on:

South Auckland projects

Illustrations of water running out of a shower head, a community centre, a rugby ball, and a bus and a train side by side.


Work will start and continue on:

  • South-west water servicing - wastewater treatment for communities in the Kingseat, Clarks Beach, Glenbrook Beach and Waiuku areas.
  • Ngati Ōtara multi-sports park - a major upgrade including new clubroom, kitchen, changing rooms and firstaid centre.
  • Takanini community hub and library - a new library and community hub for growing community.
  • Puhinui bus/rail interchange - improving access to the airport and significantly improve transport choices, reliability, and journey times in south Auckland and to other parts of the region.

West Auckland projects

Illustrations of Nikau palm trees, a cyclist, a bus, a play ground and a swimming pool.

Work will start and continue on:

  • Te Whau Pathway project - providing a safe walking and cycling route for commuters and recreation.
  • North western busway - easing congestion for west Aucklanders working in the CBD.
  • Westgate open spaces - ongoing open space development allowing for playgrounds, sportsfields, etc.
  • West Wave Aquatic Centre- a comprehensive renewal of the centre.

You should know

This is a summary of the Emergency Budget 2020/2021. See Emergency Budget 2020/2021 documents for complete information and financial details.