Improved route for people on foot
Improved route for people riding bikes
Improved urban landscape and amenities
Safer intersection at Evans Bay Parade
We're making improvements for people walking and biking along the Cobham Drive shared pathway, and to provide a connection to Evans Bay Parade.
The Cobham Drive route runs around Evans Bay from Miramar Avenue to the Evans Bay Parade intersection. This will be an important section of the Great Harbour Way, running between the bay and the main transport route to the airport.
This improved route for bikes will provide a smoother connection for Miramar residents with Evans Bay, Kilbirnie and the central city. School children will have a safer ride to school and recreational riders an attractive introduction to the scenic route around the peninsula. It will also make things safer and more relaxing for pedestrians.
This project does not include a crossing on Cobham Drive, but we are working with the New Zealand Transport Agency on possible solutions for the longer term.
The route will be developed on the north harbour-side of Cobham Drive where the existing shared path lies.
26 September 2017
Contractors have made a start at the eastern end of Cobham Drive, alongside the old Aberdeen Quay seawall, to shift the kerb to make space for the...Read more
View supporting documents and initial concepts for the proposed Cobham Drive improvements.View documents
Travel along the Cobham Drive route and you’ll see how and where we plan to make improvements.See the route
See feedback from the latest submissions process for Cobham Drive.Read more
Submissions closed 5pm on Tuesday 4 April
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