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A number of case studies, projects and studies are presented here to support the design guidance.

We encourage you to provide case studies to the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency for inclusion on this website so that success and lessons can be shared. Get in touch with us by emailing cycledesign@nzta.govt.nz


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Auckland - Beach Road (bi-directional) separated cycleway

A bi-directional (two-way) separated cycleway was installed on Beach Road in central Auckland in 2014/2015. The facility consists of a two-way 3m wide cycleway which is physically separated from general traffic by raised kerbs.

Auckland - Bus lanes study

A study of bus lanes in Auckland investigated whether the introduction of bus lanes changed or created new types of hazards for cyclist and motorcyclists. Of particular interest was the effect of turning vehicles ‘let through’ by drivers queuing in the opposing lane.

Auckland - Carlton Gore Road

Carlton Gore Road (Park Road to Davis Crescent) is a key east-west link in the suburb of Newmarket, Auckland.

Auckland - Federal Street

Federal Street runs one-way northbound in Auckland’s central business district, from Mayoral Drive near Cook Street to Fanshawe Street near the waterfront.

Auckland - Grafton Gully Cycleway

The Grafton Gully Cycleway, an extension of the Northwestern Cycleway, opened in 2014.

Auckland - Nelson Street (separated cycleways, signalised intersections)

Nelson Street is a one-way northbound regional road (as per the One Network Road Classification (ONRC)) on the west of the Auckland CBD. The ‘cycleway’ is a mixture of one-way and two-way separated cycleways and shared paths.

Auckland - Quay Street Cycleway

Nelson Street is a one-way northbound regional road (as per the One Network Road Classification (ONRC)) on the west of the Auckland CBD. The ‘cycleway’ is a mixture of one-way and two-way separated cycleways and shared paths.

Auckland - Shared space streets

Auckland Council is rolling out a number of upgrade projects through initiatives such as the City Centre Masterplan, to help create the world's most liveable city. Since 2011, new shared spaces have opened on Darby Street, Lorne Street (outside the Auckland Library), Fort Street, Jean Batten Place, Fort Lane and Totara Avenue West in New Lynn.

Auckland - Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Tai (gradient design of shared path)

Auckland Transport and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency are creating a 7 km long shared path, mostly 4 m wide, from Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive alongside the Eastern Railway Line in Auckland. The project will be delivered in four stages, and stage 1 was officially opened on 9 December 2016.

Auckland - Te Ara Mua, Future Streets

Māngere is a large suburb located near Auckland Airport. The area is multicultural with large Pasifika, Asian, Māori, and European communities living in the suburb.

Christchurch - Ilam Road separated cycleway

The removal of on-street parallel parking on one side of the road enabled uni-directional separated cycleways on both sides of Ilam Road to be installed in 2013.

Christchurch - Papanui Parallel Cycleway | Puari ki Papanui

This facility aims to provide a dedicated, safe, high-quality cycle route that connects the Northern Line Cycleway, Sawyers Arms Road and Christchurch’s northern suburbs to the Central City.

Christchurch - Rapanui – Shag Rock Cycleway | Puari ki Rapanui

The Rapanui – Shag Rock Cycleway is one of Christchurch City’s 13 major cycleways. The first section of the Rapanui Cycleway opened in December 2017 and the first 2 km of the route, from Fitzgerald Avenue to Aldwins Road, is a neighbourhood greenway.

Christchurch - Tennyson Street separated cycleway

Christchurch City Council introduced uni-directional separated cycleways on both sides of Tennyson Street in 2001.

Hastings - Green cycle lane line markings

Cycle lanes in Hastings have been marked with dashed green lines inside the cycle lane edge and lane lines. 

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