The Supporting Growth Programme is planning the transport networks needed to support future urban growth in Auckland over the next 30 years, including the areas of Kumeū-Huapai, Riverhead, Redhills and Whenuapai. While some of the programme's priority projects are already underway, such as the Safe Roads SH16 Brigham Creek to Waimauku project, options and ideas are now being developed for the rest of this network.

Open days were held in September 2018 in Massey, Riverhead and Kumeū, to find out more about the transport options and give feedback. You can view the transport consultation information below but note that feedback closed on Friday 19 October.  Thanks to those of you who gave feedback; we are currently reviewing all feedback to inform the next stage of the programme.  


General information about the Supporting Growth Programme [PDF, 14 MB](external link)

The Growth Story: North West [PDF, 873 KB]

Where We Are Heading [PDF, 2.7 MB]

The strategic network:

Strategic Connections [PDF, 2.5 MB]

Key State Highway Improvements [PDF, 1.5 MB]

Kumeū-Huapai Alternative State Highway Corridor [PDF, 5.2 MB]

Public transport; walking & cycling:

Improving Public Transport in the North West [PDF, 202 KB]

Developing a Walking and Cycling Network [PDF, 2.1 MB]


Improving Connections in Kumeū-Huapai [PDF, 657 KB]


Improving Connections to Riverhead  [PDF, 649 KB]


Improving Connections to Redhills [PDF, 1.5 MB]


Improving Connections to Whenuapai [PDF, 1.2 MB]

What Could The Connections Look Like in the North West? [PDF, 167 KB]


The open days were held as follows:




Tuesday 25 September


Massey Birdwood Settlers Hall

Corner Don Buck & Red Hills Rds, Massey West

Wednesday 26 September


Riverhead Hall

1011 Coatesville Riverhead Highway, Riverhead

Friday 28 September


Kumeū Community Hall

35 Access Rd, Kumeū

Saturday 29 September


NorthWest Shopping Centre (outside Countdown)

1/7 Fred Taylor Drive, Massey



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