The Reeves Road flyover will follow the Panmure to Pakuranga project and will provide a direct connection between Pakuranga Road and Waipuna Bridge, easing congestion on Pakuranga Road and Ti Rakau Drive. The project forms a key part of the Auckland Manukau Eastern Transport Initiative (AMETI), which is aimed at improving transport choices for the city's eastern suburbs. AMETI will deliver rapid, high frequency public transport between Panmure, Pakuranga and Botany.
The project also includes the investigation, design and construction of a new bus station at Pakuranga Town Centre.
|Apr 2020||ROIs Open|
|May 2020||ROIs Close|
|Oct 2020||Contract Award|
|Jul 2022||Expected Construction Commencement|
|Jul 2025||Expected Construction Completion|
|Procuring Agency:||Auckland Transport.|
|Successful Tenderer:||Alliance of ACCIONA, AECOM, Jacobs and Fletcher.|
|May 2016||Following a review of the timing for remaining components of the AMETI, Auckland Transport announced that work will soon begin on the design and consenting for the flyover, concurrent with that of the Pakuranga to Botany Busway. The flyover has an estimated cost of $170 million.|
|Apr 2020||Auckland Transport called for Registration of Interest for the main contract on the remaining stages of Eastern Busway project, closing in May. The successful alliance will be responsible for planning, consenting, design and construction works of the project.|
|Oct 2020||Auckland Transport announced an Alliance between ACCIONA, AECOM, Jacobs and Fletcher to design, consent and build the remaining stages of the project, including the Pakuranga Bus Station and Reeves Road Flyover.|
|Aug 2021||Funding of $281 million committed via the 2021–24 National Land Transport Programme (NLTP).|
2018 Draft Auckland Regional Land Transport Plan
2021-24 National Land Transport Programme - August 2021.