This page contains information about the Kamo shared path.
2/10/2019 9:41 a.m.
The Kamo shared path is a shared 6.5 kilometre off-road route that will follow the existing railway corridor that runs north / south through the area.
The completed section of the path runs from the city centre to Puna Rere Drive in Otangarei via Manse Street, Kamo Rd, Jack Street and several smaller streets.
It connects a path between 7 schools as well as supermarkets, the CBD, retirement homes and thousands of households.
The route is designed to:
- provide safer access to the centrally located schools in Whangarei, and
- provide a connection for residential areas north of the city through to the Whangarei CBD, the Auckland University Campus, and off-road links to key recreational areas such as Kensington Park.
This shared path is expected to attract over 600 people a day.
Working in partnership with Bike Northland and Bikes in Schools, this key infrastructure will encourage more children to cycle to school by providing safe access for over 5,200 students who attend schools within 500 metres of the new facility.
The route will separate cyclists from high-volume traffic and reduce pressure on State Highway 1 by providing an alternative off-road transport option.
This Kamo route will complete the three primary routes of the Whangarei cycleway network - which include the new Onerahi and Raumanga / Maunu routes.
Onerahi Shared Path
Raumaunga / Maunu Shared Path
Existing and Proposed Shared Path Map [1mb]
Update of the Programme
The below is an update on the programme's several stages, as at September 2019:
Stage 1 - Rust Avenue to Cross Street
Now open - via Vinery Lane.
Stage 2 - Cross Street to Kamo Road
Now open - via Manse Street and Kensington Avenue.
Stage 3 - Kamo Road to Jack Street
Now open - via Keyte Street and Jack Street.
Stage 4 - Adams Place to Fisher Terrace
Expected late 2019.
Stage 5 - Fisher Terrace to Kamo village
The design of the future extension is being scoped out now.