Bicycle and cycling infrastructure of Auckland

Partially hilly, mountain bikes prevalent. Larger roads have integrated bicycle lanes, few bidirectional segregated lanes along the motorways. Many neighborhoods have shared sidewalks for pedestrians and cyclists. Infrastructure not properly integrated, often leaves cyclist wondering how and where to continue.


  • Integrated infrastructure (lanes): Yes
  • Segregated infrastructure (lanes/paths): Partially (some along major highways)

Roads and intersections

  • Road signs: Yes
  • Traffic lights: No
  • Intersections: Partially (some separate lanes for direct or right turns)
  • Bike boxes: No
  • Roundabouts: No
  • Bicycle streets:

Exceptions for cyclists

  • Contraflow lanes for cyclists on one ways: No
  • Multi-purpose (bus) lanes: Yes

Bicycle parking facilities

  • Parking: Yes (street bicycle stands, transport hubs)

Sidewalk cycling status

  • Parking: No, tolerated

Bicycle sharing system (Public bicycles)

  • Bike sharing system: Nextbike (center only, very limited)

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