Section 5: Connecting Glendene and Te Atatū South

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Last updated: 22 November 2021

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Section 5

Laurieston Park to North West Cycleway

Section 5 connects the suburbs of Glendene and Te Atatū South.

This is the most northern section of Te Whau Pathway and will connect travellers to the Northwestern Cycleway using an existing service platform. From the cycleway they can travel west to Waterview and Point Chevalier or east to Massey and West Harbour. Section 5 has the greatest priority because of these existing connections.

Section 5 connects the following parks: Laurieston Park, McLeod Park, Roberts Field (which already has a pathway) and Covil Park indirectly via Bridge Avenue.

The pathway will be a combination of boardwalks over water and concrete paths within land reserves and parks.

View all Section 5 maps online

Click on an image to see a larger image. Note that you can view these images from a mobile but the viewing experience may be better if you download the PDF file.

Download all Section 5 maps as PDF file

The downloadable map for Section 5 includes the images above at a higher resolution.

It is 18MB so may take some time to download.

Area 1 within Section 5

About Area 1

Area 1 is the funded part of Section 5 as shown in the map snapshot.

Roberts Field to State Highway 16
This area of the pathway will connect Roberts Field to State Highway 16 via Bridge Ave. This priority connection within the  Henderson-Massey Local Board will be the entry point to Te Whau Pathway and a key connection point between the existing North Western cycleway and the proposed bus interchange at Te Atatu. It will provide a safe off-road alternative route to Te Atatu Road, connect several businesses and sports clubs, and serve a large residential area.

You can view both areas that currently have funding on the Section Overview map.

View only Area 1 maps online

Download only Area 1 maps as PDF file

Downloadable maps for Area 1 (9MB).

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