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Kamo Shared Path - Update

 
This page contains information about an update on the Kamo Shared Path.
Updated: 8/11/2018 2:11 p.m.

Stage 3 of the Kamo Shared Path, Kamo Road through to Jack Street, is due to start construction in November. To inform the local community and schools in this area we are holding an open afternoon on Thursday 27 September between 3pm and 6pm at the Theatre room in Whau Valley School.

This is an opportunity for those interested to learn, view the progress, understand what construction will be taking place and direct questions to the supervising and managing engineers of the project. Whangārei cyclists, runners and walkers are already enjoying using the completed part of our Kamo Shared Path.

Stage 1 is open from Vinery Lane through to Cross Street in the Regent and work is nearing completion between Rust Avenue to Vinery Lane and will be open by the end of September 2018.

Stage 2 Cross Street though to Kamo Road is also partially open as far as Kensington Avenue with the rest of the path through to Kamo Road due to be open by the end of October.   

Stage 1 - Rust Avenue to Cross Street

Now open between Vinery Lane and Cross Street with the section from Rust Avenue to Vinery Lane due to be complete by the end of September.

Stage 2 - Cross Street to Kamo Road

Now open from Manse Street to Kensington Avenue and the final stretch of Stage 2, Kensington Avenue to Kamo Road is due for opening by the end of October.

Stage 3 - Kamo Road to Jack Street

Work is due to start at the beginning of November with anticipated completion in March 2019.

Stage 4 - Adams Place to Fisher Terrace

Design for the underpass has been approved and preparation works have started. Installation of the underpass is due to take place over the five days between Christmas and New Year this Summer and this stage complete by the end of April 2019.

Stage 5 - Fisher Terrace to Kamo village

The design of the future extension is being scoped out now. 

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