In the central city area, cycling will be a part of the wider transport options being developed through the Let's Get Wellington Moving programme.
Let's Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) is a joint initiative between Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council and the NZ Transport Agency to take a fresh look at the city's transport system, including cycling.
In the short term, $1.5 million has been set aside as part of the Government's Urban Cycleways Programme and the Wellington City Cycleways Programme to make a succession of smaller improvements in the central city, recognising that in future these routes will link to the major cycling corridors.
Incremental changes like these - combined with the more substantial changes likely through the LGWM project - will together help create a better network.
We're proposing a suite of projects for Wellington's CBD, here's our wider vision for central city improvements.Read more
View the locations of central city improvements.View locations
11 August 2017
The period for feedback on traffic resolutions (changes) related to the following proposed improvements closes today:putting a contra-flow bike lane on Cuba Street (Ghuznee Street to Vivian...Read more
Contra-flow lanes allow people on bikes to ride in both directions on one-way streets.Read more
Find out more about the consultation process for Central city and see how we arrived at the proposed solutions.Read more
We’re proposing to make it possible for people to ride both ways in the one-way section of Cuba Street between Ghuznee Street and Vivian Street by putting in a new contra-flow bike lane.Read more
We are proposing to allow people on bikes to ride both ways in the one-way section of Willeston Street between the Willis Street, Lambton Quay, Customhouse Quay intersection and Victoria Street.Read more
We’re proposing to put a one-way bike lane in on Rugby Street to make it safer for people riding from Adelaide Road to Tasman Street.Read more
We’re proposing to allow people to bike both ways in the 10km/h shared section of Cuba Street between Wakefield Street and Manners Street.Read more
We’re proposing to designate Bunny Street (between Victoria University business and law schools) as a shared zone, and allow people on bikes to ride both ways between Lambton Quay and Featherston Street.Read more
We’re proposing to provide parking for about 20 bikes in Grey Street (next to the public toilets and showers).Read more