Northern Corridor Improvements
Connecting Auckland’s motorway infrastructure and building for tomorrow.
The Northern Corridor Improvements (NCI) project connects Auckland motorway system as never before. A new direct motorway-to-motorway connection on the North Shore will mean commuters and freight can travel to and from Auckland Airport, West Auckland, Manukau and Hamilton far more easily.
The new link will connect SH1 directly with Upper Harbour Highway (SH18), opening up access to the new Western Ring Route (SH16).
With new shared pathways, everyone benefits; cars, freight, pedestrians, and cyclists, making the Auckland motorway network more user-friendly and little more robust now and for tomorrow.
Upgrading – extensive motorway and local road upgrades, including upgrading and widening 4.8km of SH1 from Oteha Valley Rd to Constellation Drive and 2km of SH18.
Upgrades to the dedicated bus stations including the reconstruction of Constellation Bus Station.
7km of Shared user paths for pedestrians.
4.8km of new separated busway, future proofed for light rail.
10 new bridges.
22,000m2 of retaining walls.
Relocations – of utilities and protection.
Constructing – 14.5km of network drainage including tie ins to existing infrastructure. The Tirohanga Whānui walking and cycling bridge over SH1. A new international hockey stadium, a new international BMX park, and new pony club facilities.
Earthworks – we’ve delivered over 1million m3 of earthworks and granular pavements.