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  • From Monday 4 September, we'll be asking for your feedback on options for routes in the eastern suburbs and to the city.

  • Open days will be held at ASB Sports Centre on Wednesday 6 September (4pm - 7pm) and Saturday 9 September (10am - 4pm). 

Central city

In the central city area, cycling will be part of the transport scenarios being developed under the Let's Get Wellington Moving programme.

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Wakely Road

We’re proposing to upgrade the Wakely Road track in Newlands to be a safer walking and biking route between Newlands and Ngauranga, and into the central city.

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Cobham Drive

We're making improvements for people walking and biking along the Cobham Drive shared pathway, and to provide a connection to Evans Bay Parade.

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Evans Bay

We're making improvements for people walking and biking along Evans Bay Parade to provide connections from Miramar and Kilbirnie through to Oriental Parade.

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Hutt Road

We're making changes to the shared path along Hutt Road to make it safer for people on foot and on bikes.

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Kilbirnie connections

We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections to Evans Bay, Miramar, Kilbirnie and Newtown.

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Miramar connections

We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections to Evans Bay, Kilbirnie, and across Miramar.

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Miramar town centre

The Council is working with the Miramar Business Improvement District group to develop safer options for people on bikes on Miramar Avenue.

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Oriental Bay

We're making improvements for people walking and biking around Oriental Bay to provide connections to Evans Bay, Kilbirnie and Miramar.

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Sharrow road markings

We plan to mark more roads with sharrows in 30 locations across the city after a trial found they improved safety for everyone.

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Southern connections

We want to make improvements for people on bikes from the southern suburbs through to the central city.

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Thorndon Quay

We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections from Hutt Road through into the central city and waterfront.

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