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Drury Arterials Network: Ōpāheke North-South FTN Arterial (Auckland Transport)


About the notice of requirement

NoR lodged by Auckland Transport for a new designation, for a new four lane Frequent Transit Network arterial with separated active transport facilities from Hunua Road in the north to Waihoehoe Road in the south.

Project D4 in Drury Arterials Network package lodged by Te Tupu Ngātahi Supporting Growth Alliance.  Please refer to Part G of the Assessment of Effects on the Environment

The key features of the proposed upgrade include:

  • A new transport corridor to provide for 30m wide four-lane cross section including bus lanes and separate active transport facilities

  • Localised widening around intersections with existing roads to accommodate for vehicle queuing and tie-ins and active transport facilities/crossings

  • New culverts

  • Four proposed stormwater wetlands

  • Two proposed bridges over Waipokapū Stream (approximately 120m) and Waihoehoe Stream and floodplain (approximately 265m)

  • Batter slopes and retaining to enable construction of the corridor, and associated cut and fill activities (noting the indicative design of these are based on the existing land form and urban development adjoining these areas may change the work requirements).

  • Vegetation removal

  • Areas for construction related activities including site compounds, construction laydown, bridge works area, the re-grade of driveways and construction traffic manoeuvring.

The works described for the Projects could be carried out in stages as urban development occurs surrounding the Project area.


​Lodged on 28 January 2021.

Notified on 22 April 2021.

Submissions close on 21 May 2021.

Hearings – For more information, see the Hearing Documents.

Recommendation notified on 28 April 2022.

Decision notified on 23 June 2022.

Appeals close on 15 July 2022.

Confirmed, plan updated 10 February 2023.

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