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Te Awa Cambridge to Hamilton shared path

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Project Introduction

The Te Awa shared path will provide a safe and accessible walking and cycling option between Cambridge and Hamilton. It will link in to existing sections of the Te Awa path to create a 60km walking and cycling route between Karapiro and Ngaruawahia.

  • Estimated project dates

    Oct 2019–Jun 2021
  • Project type

    Walking & cycling
  • Project status

    Construction

Overview

The NZ Transport Agency in partnership with Hamilton City Council, Waipa District Council, Waikato District Council, Waikato Regional Council and the Te Awa River Ride Charitable Trust is building a shared path connecting the communities of Hamilton, Tamahere and Cambridge.

The shared path will be a safe and reasonably direct route which links into key destinations as well as existing urban cycling networks. In some places the path will run alongside local roads while in other places it will be close to the Waikato River. Funding has been approved for an underpass, so the route can safely cross SH21. Read the funding announcement.

This 20km shared path is being built by four different organisations, as shown on the map below.

The four organisations are working to different timeframes so each section will be finished at different times. Construction began in October 2019, with Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter turning the first sod, and will be complete in mid 2021.
Read the construction announcement(external link).

At the Cambridge end of the path the route has yet to be finalised and discussions with affected landowners are ongoing.

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