PŪHOI TO MANGAWHAI TRAIL NETWORK PROJECT
Local trail communities are planning more trails and securing future access. We have engaged with public landowners, Auckland Council, Auckland Transport, NZTA, Department of Conservation, private landowners, and the NZ Walking Access Commission to coordinate trail development.
A 100m section of the Matakana to Omaha trail will be re-aligned so that its overall grade is improved and some sharp corners are softened. When the works are completed the trail will be safer for novice riders and families yet the fitness challenge represented by the hill will remain. We had been receiving reports of riders failing to negotiate the bends at the bottom of the hill on the trail. After carefully analysing the
Stage 1: Warkworth to Snells Beach to Matakana: Connects urban centres including businesses, schools, and attractions for locals and visitors alike. Includes future housing and business areas identified in Warkworth and Snells Beach. It provides walking and cycling options for commuters and school kids between these towns. This stage is a family friendly and has a flat grade. It has an estimated cost of construction as $12.7 Million and benefit cost ratio of $1 invested
The Point Wells to Matakana Country Park trail is approximately 2.4km long and is primarily in the AT road corridor along Omaha Flats Road, north eastern side. An Access Easement has been provided by the Matakana Farm Park to take the trail out of the road corridor at their boundary. This trail section connects two significant points of interest and will take cyclists and walkers off the busy Omaha Flats Road. This project is ready
The Matakana Coastal Trail Trust have partnered with WSP Opus to assess the costs and to develop a business case for a trail connecting Pūhoi to Mangawai. The project uses WSP’s methodologies for trail design and costing and involves walking the entire 127km length of the trail with GPS and cameras. This data is then analysed to a 1 metre resolution by engineers to identify the required structures, the appropriate trail construction and any ancillary
Pt Wells to Matakana Walkway/Cycleway 2010 -16 This walkway /cycleway was planned and built by members of the Matakana Community Group with support from a range of local community trucking, excavating and fencing contractors. Scott MacCallum managed the contract work. There were five separate sections to the walkway Stage one was the building of the walkway through the Rodney District Council wastewater plant property at Jones Road, Omaha. This involved forming a