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Photos appear here each day from the Diaries of WaterView Connection 4 in June 2017.
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Alan parks his electric bike in the Auckland Transport car park. How do electric bikes work? Image: LEARNZ.
Alan can fold up his electric bike so that it can be easily carried on to public transport. Image: LEARNZ.
Marcus shows you an electric car which is part of NZTA's fleet of work vehicles. What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of electric vehicles? Image: LEARNZ
Alvin checks out the motor in the electric car. How do you think this motor varies from a petrol or diesel motor? Image: LEARNZ.
Marcus and Shelley test out the new electric BMW. Image: LEARNZ.
Looking out over part of the Great North Road Interchange. You can see the shared path below. Image: LEARNZ.
This shared path alongside State Highway 16 will become part of a 25 kilometre city loop. Image: LEARNZ.
Over five million plants have been planted as part of the Waterview Connection Project. Image: LEARNZ.
Looking back towards the tunnel entrance beside the Great North Road Interchange. The tunnel will be open to the public in July. Image: LEARNZ.
Marcus and Shelley talk to St Francis School and Ashgrove School during the web conference. Image: LEARNZ.
Students from Point Chevalier School complete a cycle training course with Auckland Transport. Image: LEARNZ.
Students test their bike skills by negotiating obstacles during the cycle safety course. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley meets keen cyclists from the travel wise group at Point Chevalier School. Image: LEARNZ.
Part of the Waterview Shared Path at Alan Wood Reserve is already open to cyclists and walkers. Image: LEARNZ.
Simon Vincent from Auckland Transport bikes on to meet you on the Waterview Shared Path. How do you think people can use this path responsibly? Image: LEARNZ.
Simon talks about the benefits of cycling for people, the economy and the environment. What do you think these benefits are? Image: LEARNZ.
The Alford Street Bridge has been carefully designed and engineered to meet the needs of people and protect the area. What inspired the design of this bridge? Image: LEARNZ.
Looking over the Waterview Connection Project towards the Hendon Footbridge. Where does the Waterview Shared Path go? Image: LEARNZ
Marcus and Shelley talk to Lynfield College and St Francis School during the first field trip web conference. Image: LEARNZ.
A cyclist enjoys the purpose-built Waterview Shared Path. Do you think cycle paths are important and, if so, why? Image: LEARNZ.
The Waterview Shared Path connects the local community. You can see the Waterview tunnel ventilation shaft in this photo. Image: LEARNZ.
This bridge at Harbutt Reserve has been specially designed to reduce the impacts on the neighbours and park. Image: LEARNZ.
The Alford Street Bridge creates a connection across a steep gully to the Unitec campus. Image: LEARNZ
Marcus and Shelley take a closer look at the design of the Alford Street Bridge. Image: LEARNZ.
Alan goes for a ride along the Light Path in the centre of Auckland. Why do you think this path was painted pink? Image: LEARNZ.
The Light Path used to be an off ramp to the motorway and now it provides an off road connection to the centre of the city. Image: LEARNZ.
A dual-direction cycleway has been created by removing car parks. How is the use of this cycleway monitored? Image: LEARNZ.
Alan shows Shelley how data is collected on how many cyclists use the cycleway. Image: LEARNZ.
It was perfect weather for flying today. Image: LEARNZ.
Kā Tiritiri o te Moana, the Southern Alps towered above the cloud. How high are these mountains? Image: LEARNZ.
You could clearly see Farewell Spit as you headed north. How do you think this sand spit formed? Image: LEARNZ
Mount Taranaki could be seen peeping through the clouds. Image: LEARNZ.
You could see waves rolling in as you approached Auckland from the west. Image: LEARNZ.
You could just see the Sky Tower before landing at Auckland Airport. Image: LEARNZ.
You had time to have a look around the centre of Auckland where a lot of construction is taking place. Image: LEARNZ
The water front in Auckland is a great place to visit. What do you think are the challenges and opportunities that the harbour provides in terms of transport. Image: LEARNZ.
The Sky Tower is hard to miss in the centre of Auckland and was a helpful landmark when we were finding our way around the city. Image: LEARNZ.
Traffic in Auckland reminded us about why the Waterview Connection is being built. Image: LEARNZ.