You can contact LEARNZ, part of CORE Education, at:
PO Box 13 678,
Watch the Waterview Connection 4 introductory video:
1. Making Connections With Shared Pathways
Take a walk along the Waterview Shared Path and find out why this path is an important part of the Waterview Connection Project.
2. Bridging Communities
Talk with Marcus from Auckland Transport about how working with local residents and interest groups has helped shape the Waterview Shared Path
3. The Pink Path
Travel back into the centre of Auckland to see a different kind of shared path and look at how its design has helped encourage cycling and walking in the city.
4. Quay Street Cycleway
Discover how cycleways are monitored and how they can be created alongside busy roads.
1. Cycle Safety at Point Chevalier School
Take part in a cycle safety training course at Point Chevalier School and see how students check their bikes to ensure they are road worthy.
2. Putting the Share into Shared Paths
Meet Simon the Cycle and Walkways Co-ordinator at Auckland Transport and see how to use shared paths responsibly.
3. Benefits of Shared Paths
Cycling and walking are not just good for your health, find out about some of the other benefits of using shared paths to get to where you want to go.
4. Designing and Building Alford Street Bridge
Discover the design concepts behind the Alford Street Bridge on the Waterview Shared Path and find out how these designs became a reality in a challenging environment.
1. Electric Bikes
Meet up with Alan after his morning commute on an electric bike and find out how these bikes work and what's different about this particular bike.
2. Electric Cars
Take a look inside an electric vehicle. See how it differs from traditional cars and find out more about the benefits these vehicles can provide.
3. Vehicle Efficiency
Walk alongside State Highway 16 on the shared path and see some of the different vehicles being used. Discover how choosing the right vehicle for the right job can improve efficiency.
4. The Future of Our Transport Networks
Think about how our transport networks may look in the future. Discover how our own choices and technology may affect the way we are able to travel.