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Kamo Shared Path update

 
This page contains information about an update on the Kamo Shared Path.
Updated: 8/11/2018 10:37 a.m.

Kamo Shared Path’s $4.5million Stage Three project from Kamo Road to Fisher Terrace can now go ahead.

Council awarded the contract for the project to Broadspectrum NZ Ltd last week and work should begin by the end of the year.

There are four stages to the Kamo Shared Path which is one of three (Onerahi, Raumanga, Kamo) designed to get more Whangarei people off the road and able to move around, to and through town, by cycling or walking. 

As well as creating safe links for school children and workers the routes should ease pressure on the city’s roads, and increase health and wellbeing in the community.

Council aims to have several sections of the route fully operational by the end of November. These will include the Rust Avenue traffic signals, the section from Rust Avenue to Vinery Lane and the section from Kensington Avenue to Kamo Road.

An open day and ribbon cutting will be held in the morning on 8 December, the same day as the Christmas Festival. More information will be provided on the opening in weeks to come.

You can read more about the Kamo Shared Path on our website (link below).

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