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Over 350 people on bikes say “Get on With It” to WCC

Over 350 people on bikes say “Get on With It” to WCC

Ron Beernink, Cycle Aware Wellington Committee member, reports: Over 350 hands went up when people at the Get On With It rally were asked, “who has had a…

Real cycling progress: the Leonie Gill Pathway opens

Real cycling progress: the Leonie Gill Pathway opens

Although cycling in Wellington sometimes seems to be mired in “paralysis by analysis”, on Sunday 19 April it was great to join Councillors, local residents, walkers and cyclists…


"I want to be able to ride my bike around Wellington and feel safe and accepted; I want children to be able to ride their bikes to school; I want cycling to be mainstream; I want riding a bicycle to be a simple, practical choice for my friends, family and whanau."
Cycle Aware

Census data visualised

Census data visualised

There are some clever people volunteering for CAW. One of whom produced this amazing map…

Bus driver/Cyclist ‘Share the Road’ Workshop

Bus driver/Cyclist ‘Share the Road’ Workshop

There’s another Bus driver/Cyclist ‘Share the Road’ Workshop coming up on Wednesday 28th May at…

We did it!

We did it!

Towards a cycle-friendly Wellington Wellington took a big step forward today to becoming a cycle-friendly…

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Infrastructure

Memorial Park: a cycling view

Memorial Park: a cycling view

The Memorial Park between Taranaki Street and Basin Reserve is now complete. How does it work as a cycling space? This is a reasonably important question, since the…

Wellington Cycling Framework: progress or procrastination?

Wellington Cycling Framework: progress or procrastination?

On 21 April, a rally of over 350 people who cycle demanded that WCC “get on with it” and start building cycling infrastructure. On 30 April, Council will…

Real cycling progress: the Leonie Gill Pathway opens

Real cycling progress: the Leonie Gill Pathway opens

Although cycling in Wellington sometimes seems to be mired in “paralysis by analysis”, on Sunday 19 April it was great to join Councillors, local residents, walkers and cyclists…

“Get on with it” ride to the Council

“Get on with it” ride to the Council

On Tuesday 21 April, Wellington’s cyclists will be riding from Wellington Railway Station to Civic Square to encourage the Council to “Get on With It” and build the…

Economics

Want better cycling? Have your say today.

Want better cycling? Have your say today.

  Good news: the city council is planning to invest $4.3 million in cycling next year, up from $1.8m. But without…

Cyclists don’t pay for the roads…

Cyclists don’t pay for the roads…

The argument often comes up, whenever cyclists ask for better infrastructure, that they don’t pay for the roads. Well, let’s see…

The effect of bike lanes on two streets in New York

The effect of bike lanes on two streets in New York

Anyone know any retailers who’d appreciate a 49% increase in sales?       Share this:…

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