Write 6 pages thesis on the topic highway civil engineering: the redoubt road-mill road corridor. The transport system in Auckland especially to the southern part is overburdened and more so inefficient. For the past years, there has been underinvestment in public transport, the existing settlement pattern, and the narrow neck of land which has been accumulated over the past decisions made over the past years. This, therefore, has resulted in the populations in the region relying more on private cars primarily for transport. As a result, roads and motorways are highly congested and further expansion is strictly limited (Auckland Transport, Auckland & Terralink 2012). Auckland is in need of an integrated transport network that facilitates people and goods to move freely and efficiently while regarding the need for place-making. This network comprises motorways, roads, motorways and streets, public transport, footpaths. To do away with the transport problem, the major goal of Auckland is to integrate all transport components using a single system approach that requires a lot of coordination between the Auckland Council and the central government (Apcon Group. (1975). This has been observed by the initiation of the New Network for South Auckland.
The major objective of the project involves. first is to improve alternatives for the citizen’s transport with the bus. This will make it possible for the key intersections and westbound bus lane between Hollyford Drive and the state highway. The second is to provide the pedestrians and cyclists with cycle-ways, footpath, and safe roads crossing at signalized intersections and road-about. The third is to increase road capacity from two to four lanes to facilitate and help the projected increase in population. The third is to provide north-south high-quality road/route as an option to the southern motorway (LePage, 2007). Next is to provide and improve road safety for all road users. This will be achieved by widening the road, reducing transitional curves, and more so improving the sight distances.