Auckland Airport Expansion - Northern Roads Upgrades




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Auckland Airport Expansion - Northern Roads Upgrades
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STATUS: Announced
VALUE: $124M AUD | $131m NZD
SECTOR: Other transport
JURISDICTION: New Zealand
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Traditional procurement
TYPE: Greenfield

The Auckland Airport - Northern Roads Upgrades will deliver upgrades to the road network north of the terminals.

These include the widening of certain roads, upgrades to new intersections, establishing Altitude Drive which provides for northbound and southbound travel off the main George Bolt Memorial Drive and Tom Pearce Drive arterial roads; and a new exit road for the integrated terminal.

Construction is expected to start in the second half of 2019 and be completed by 2021.

This project is one of eight anchor projects that are the foundation to the overall Auckland Airport Expansion project.

The eight anchor projects are:

  • the taxiway and remote stand airfield development
  • the second runway
  • a new cargo facility
  • a new international arrivals’ area
  • rejuvenation of the current domestic terminal
  • the new domestic jet terminal
  • reconfiguration of the international forecourt drop-off and pick up facility, and
  • further development of the road network north of the terminals.


Last reviewed: 24/05/2019

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