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Project introduction

The Tauriko Network Plan places importance on public transport solutions, walking and cycling, and local road connections to support growth in the area.

October 2018 – Re-evaluation complete

The Transport Agency has confirmed the business case to develop a multi-modal network that connects to the wider transport system for Tauriko West will continue.

This prioritises the Government’s vision for a safer transport network free of death and injury, accessible and affordable transport, value for money and reduced emissions.

The focus is to improve safety in the short and medium term as well as planning for future population growth.

Project overview

The Tauriko Network Plan is part of Tauriko for Tomorrow - a collaborative project driven by four key partners, Western Bay of Plenty District Council, Bay of Plenty Regional Council, Tauranga City Council, and the NZ Transport Agency – focussing on development in the Tauriko West area. 

The vision for Tauriko West is to create a thriving community that allows people to live, learn, work, and play locally. This means creating a new community and ensuring it has access to amenities such as schooling, parks, cycle and walkways, the Wairoa River, shopping at nearby areas and transport options and infrastructure.

Read the Tauriko Network Programme Business Case [PDF, 5.4 MB]

For more information on the Tauriko for Tomorrow project and to sign up to the database for updates please go to link)

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