Introduction and History
Local boards across Auckland have been developing Connections Plans (also referred to as Greenway Network Plans) throughout Auckland over the last 10 years. In 2019 Henderson Massey adopted theirs. (PDF file)
Bike Te Atatū made a feedback submission, with particular support for Te Whau Pathway.
The plan was adopted in 2019. (PDF file)
The document provides a “comprehensive framework of prospective walking and cycling networks within the Henderson-Massey Local Board area”. But it doesn’t come with funding, and it’s unclear how much influence it has, apart from guiding the creation of connections through local parks.