Keep up to date with how projects are going, and understand the process so far. New events will be added as the project progresses.

11 August 2017 Submission period closes

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 Street)
  • putting a contra-flow bike lane on Willeston Street (Willis Street/Customhouse Quay/Lambton Quay intersection to Victoria Street)
  • putting a bike lane on Rugby Street from Adelaide Road to Tasman Street
  • designating Bunny Street (between Lambton Quay and Featherston Street) a shared zone, and allowing people to bike both ways in this section of street
  • adding bike parking in Grey Street by moving the motorbike parking around the corner to Featherston Street
  • allowing people to ride both ways in the lower Cuba Street shared zone.

25 July 2017: Feedback period for six central city proposals opens More Less

The feedback period has opened for six proposed changes designed to help make the central city easier to get around by bike. The changes are the first of several batches of incremental changes planned. The six proposals open for feedback are:

  • a contra-flow bike lane on Cuba Street (Ghuznee Street to Vivian Street)
  • a contra-flow bike lane on Willeston Street (Willis Street/Customhouse Quay/Lambton Quay intersection to Victoria Street)
  • a bike lane on Rugby Street from Adelaide Road to Tasman Street
  • designating Bunny Street (between Lambton Quay and Featherston Street) a shared zone, and allowing people to bike both ways in this section of street
  • adding new bike parking in Grey Street by moving the motorbike parking around the corner to Featherston Street
  • allowing people to ride both ways in the lower Cuba Street shared zone.

May 2017: Community working group meets More Less

The Central Area Corridor and Route Selection Group - a community working group - meets and agrees a revised list of incremental changes for the central city. Further work is being done on these.

February 2017: Community working group meets More Less

The Central Area Corridor Route Selection Group - a community working group - is reconvened to consider how best to make use of the $1.5 million in funding that has been set aside to carry out smaller improvements to make getting places by bike in the central city easier. Key priorities for this funding are improving connections, safety and providing more bike parking, fix-it stands, signs and education.

11 August 2016: Refreshed city cycling programme confirmed More Less

The Council’s Transport and Urban Development Committee approved  a refreshed cycling programme for Wellington following a review. The proposed investment for central city bike improvements was reduced from $13 million to $1.5 million in recognition that cycling improvements related to the key routes through the central city would be made through the Let's Get Wellington Moving project.

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