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25 October 2016
of the Te Awamutu to Kihikihi cycleway is set to begin early in 2017.
District Council has confirmed the work will be tendered before Christmas with
the aim of having the trail completed in time for the 2017 school year.
$300,000 has been budgeted for the 4km trail.
The spend is just part of $1.2 million allocated this financial year for
cycleways and walkways linking Te Awamutu with Kihikihi and Pirongia.
is also continuing negotiations with Kiwirail, Fonterra and other private
landowners to progress the 19km Te
Awamutu to Pirongia trail. The cycleway/walkway
looks likely to cross a combination of private land, the rail corridor, reserve
land and unformed roads.
the council wants to build a network of cycleways aimed at connecting historic
places, towns and features of the district.
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