We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections from Hutt Road to the central city and waterfront. Journey times for buses will also be improved to make this a more reliable transport option.

Thorndon Quay

Thorndon Quay is an important part of Wellington’s transport network, particularly for people in the northern suburbs.

This route will complete the connection between the proposed Hutt Valley to Wellington cycleway and the central city.

The route will follow the existing cycle path along Thorndon Quay in the short to medium term.

A route that runs along Aotea Quay has been considered, but as the land is not owned by Wellington City Council, it is not a viable option.

Where the route will go

The Thorndon Quay route will go from the Aotea Quay overbridge along Hutt Road, Thorndon Quay, Featherston Street, and Bunny Street to the Waterloo Quay intersection. This provides a link to the route along the waterfront.

These improvements could mean:

  • Shared paths, with some one-way or two-way cycle lanes
  • Safe intersections and safe crossings created
  • A number of car parks affected depending on the design. 

We are seeking your views to help decide what this route looks like and to make sure we are aware of any potential issues and their solutions. To help us move the project forward, tell us what you think.

This section of Wellington’s connected cycle network is scheduled to be completed by early 2019.

Thorndon Quay

The Thorndon Quay route will go from the Aotea Quay overbridge along Hutt Road, Thorndon Quay, Featherston Street, and Bunny Street to the Waterloo Quay intersection.

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