Keep up to date with how projects are going, and understand the process so far. New events will be added as projects progress.
December 2018Some central city changes now in useMore Less
These central city improvements are now in use:
Rugby Street uphill bike lane
new section of bike lane on Featherston Street
covered biking parking on the corner of Grey Street and Featherston Street
biking both ways on lower Cuba Street and part of Bunny Street
new cycle crossings and sections of shared path near the Basin Reserve on Kent and Cambridge terraces
new cycle crossings over Jervois Quay to the waterfront near the Michael Fowler Centre
new cycle crossings to the waterfront at Chaffers Street, Tory Street, Harris Street, Willeston Street.
The waterfront crossings still require some changes to the traffic signals.
December 2017Contra-flow lane in Pukeahu National War Memorial ParkMore Less
Wellington's first contra-flow bike lane was installed on a quiet service lane in Pukeahu National War Memorial Park.
23 November 2017Proposals approved by CouncillorsMore Less
Councillors on the City Strategy Committee approved the proposals for a new section of bike lane on Featherston Street, a bike path along one side of Post Office Square, and improvements for people walking and biking on Kent Terrace and Cambridge Terrace near the Basin Reserve.
16 October 2017Feedback period closesMore Less
The period for feedback on traffic resolutions (changes) related to the following proposed improvements closes today: