We're making improvements for people walking and cycling along Evans Bay Parade and Oriental Parade, as far as the Oriental Bay shared path.

This is just a start. The improvements we are looking at now will be built on in the next 10–20 years when more funding is available.

In the meantime, practical steps will help build a connected network from the eastern suburbs into the city.

Evans Bay

Where the route will go

This route will go from the Cobham Drive intersection (Cobham Drive, Wellington Road, and Evans Bay Parade) along Evans Bay Parade to join the shared path on Oriental Parade, near Carlton Gore Road.

We are seeking your views to help decide what this route looks like and to make sure we are aware of any potential issues and their solutions. To help us move the project forward, tell us what you think. 

Project timeline

18 May 2017 Workshop 3

We're holding workshops for people interested in the Evans Bay Parade route development.

The third workshop was held on Thursday 18 May. If you would like to find out more about future workshops, please contact Ben Alexander.

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Evans Bay route

This route will go from the Cobham Drive intersection (Cobham Drive, Wellington Road, and Evans Bay Parade) along Evans Bay Parade to the start of the shared path on Oriental Parade.

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Formal submissions can be made during the consultation period for a project. You can choose whether you would also like to make an oral submission to Council.

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You can give quick feedback about how you feel about any part of a project outside of consultation periods through 'Your views'. Anyone visiting the website will be able to see your comments online, and your feedback will also be shared with Councillors.

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