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Transportation projects

Our transport projects focus primarily on people’s safety, while looking for ways to balance everyone’s travel needs whether they’re walking, biking, riding on mobility scooters, catching the bus or driving.

More ways to move Tauranga South, Gate Pā and Merivale


We want to make it safer and easier to get around in your communities.


Last updated: May 22, 2024

Connecting the people. Fifteenth Avenue to Welcome Bay Road


Tauranga is growing fast, so we need to start work now to transform the area into a place where more people can live, work, study and move around.


Last updated: May 22, 2024

Te Ara o Wairakei pathways


Improved safety along the Te Ara o Wairakei pathways


Last updated: May 17, 2024

The Pāpāmoa East Interchange


Construction of a new interchange over the Tauranga Eastern Link will see Pāpāmoa East connected to the motorway and enable further development of the area.


Last updated: May 16, 2024

City centre buses


We're making it safer and easier for people to move around our city no matter how they choose to travel – including by bus.


Last updated: May 14, 2024

Keenan Road Urban Growth Area


Keenan Road is an ideal location to provide more residential housing to cater for the growth we are experiencing in Tauranga.


Last updated: May 7, 2024

Improving links between Pāpāmoa and the Mount


We are planning some changes on Oceanbeach Road, Maranui Street, and Girven Road that will improve your commute and make it safer and easier to get around in this neighbourhood.


Last updated: Apr 29, 2024

City centre movement pilot


Wider footpaths, greener spaces and one-way streets are among improvements being piloted to make the city centre nicer and help people move around more easily.


Last updated: Apr 24, 2024

Links Avenue Safety Improvements


We are making changes to Links Avenue to create a more welcoming and safer environment for the community.


Last updated: Apr 19, 2024

More ways to move on Grenada Street


Plans for a separated cycle way on Grenada Street will not be proceeding at this time. This follows the withdrawal of funding for the nationwide Transport Choices programme and confirmation council is unable to take on the full construction costs itself.


Last updated: Mar 20, 2024

Building our future. Cameron Road Stage 2


We are working on a plan to make the area between 17th Avenue and Cheyne Road, Pyes Pā safer, more attractive, and provide more ways for people to move.


Last updated: Mar 19, 2024

Improving safety outside Te Kura o Manunui School


The work to make it safer for school children and pedestrians to get to and from school on Millers Road is now complete.


Last updated: Mar 15, 2024

Maunganui Road safety improvements


We’re making Maunganui Road safer and more attractive.


Last updated: Mar 5, 2024

Building our future. Cameron Road - Te Papa


We are transforming Cameron Road to make it safer, provide more ways to travel and more attractive.


Last updated: Feb 15, 2024

Dive Crescent Car Park Upgrade


We have upgraded the Dive Crescent car park as part of our plans to revitalise the city centre and transform the waterfront in this area.


Last updated: Dec 21, 2023

Wairoa cycleway


Constructing the last 800m of the Ōmokoroa to Tauranga cycleway.


Last updated: Dec 19, 2023

Accessible Streets for Ōtūmoetai Peninsula


We want to make it safer and easier for people in Matua, Bureta, Cherrywood, Ōtūmoetai, Brookfield, Bellevue, and Judea to cycle, catch a bus, or walk to key places, within the Ōtūmoetai Peninsula, as well as travel into the city centre.


Last updated: Dec 12, 2023

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