The Northern Corridor Improvements Project. Flow was responsible for the transport planning and transport modelling of this project, which will provide significant additional road capacity at the north-eastern termination of the Western Ring Route, in the vicinity of the interchange of the Northern Motorway (State Highway 1) and the Upper Harbour Motorway (State Highway 18). It also includes the extension of the Northern Busway from the Constellation station to the Albany station, plus the provision of various walking and cycling links.Read More
Auckland Harbour Bridge Shared Path.
The existing Auckland Harbour Bridge carries only motorised traffic across the Waitemata Harbour, and as a result, individuals travelling between the North Shore and central Auckland are forced to either drive or catch public transport. This project – the successor to the privately proposed SkyPath project – proposes attaching an independent structure to the existing bridge piers to provide a shared use, walking and cycling facility.Read More
Auckland Council and Auckland Transport engaged Flow to help with the structure planning and plan change work for the Whenuapai area.Read More
Lincoln Road is identified in the Auckland Plan as a ‘growth corridor’, with expected growth in traffic volumes along the route generated by future developments. It is also a key feeder road for Auckland’s Western Ring Route.Read More
The Transport for Future Urban Growth project (now known as the ‘Supporting Growth’ project) relates to the identification of the transport response to the challenges of substantial future urban growth on the edges of the Auckland Region.Read More
Auckland Cycling Programme Business Case
Flow worked with MR Cagney and Auckland Transport to deliver the Programme Business Case for Auckland’s 2018-2028 cycling investment programme. Flow developed a Cycle Demand Model for Auckland which forecasts cycle trips throughout the Auckland region in response to infrastructure investment.Read More
Wynyard Quarter Development: Planning Phase
This Wynyard Quarter site and planned development is unique in Auckland, in terms of its size, its proximity to the city centre and its prime waterfront location. It is surrounded by water on three sides, with a major arterial route and the final leg of the Northern Busway on the fourth side. These situational advantages make the area very attractive for intensive use but also present very significant challenges in terms of accessibility.
Flow has worked with the University of Auckland on a range of projects and we continue to provide ongoing traffic and transportation advice to the largest university in New Zealand. The large size of the University and the location in the heart of Auckland City means it is important to promote a wide range of travel options for students, to promote accessibility.
Safe School Travel Plans are a set of practical actions that aim to improve road safety and reduce car trips to schools. They are a product of partnerships between local school communities, Auckland Transport, the New Zealand Transport Agency, the Ministry of Health and New Zealand Police.
The Long Bay development area is located on the edge of Auckland’s North Shore, behind the Long Bay Regional Park. Flow has been involved in the ongoing planning, assessment and design of the development since 2005.
Selected as the transport specialists as part of the overall consultant team preparing the Hobsonville Peninsula Comprehensive Development Plan, Flow has been involved in this major development in Auckland since 2006.
The Cornwall Park Board of Trustees engaged international experts to lead the development of a 100-year Master Plan for Cornwall Park. Flow was invited to join the international design team and provide expertise on transport matters pertaining to the transport network supporting access to, and within, Cornwall Park.
Additional Waitemata Harbour Crossing
Flow’s significant involvement in investigating options for an additional Waitemata Harbour Crossing for the NZ Transport Agency (in partnership with KiwiRail) includes a study to examine the business case for a bridge, or alternatively a tunnel, between the Central Motorway Junction in the city centre and Esmonde Road on the North Shore.