Since last year’s march by 5,000 Aucklanders over the Harbour Bridge, the GetAcross team have made significant progress on the Pathway. Next month there will be a public launch to showcase the project and highlight its potential as a transformational waterfront project that reinforces the unification of the Super City.
Get a heads up on what’s happening at this month’s Cycle Action Meeting from GetAcross spokesman Bevan Woodward.
April’10: Google Cycle Maps Launches
“Google Cycle Maps are the perfect way to plan your cycle route on-line using the latest information. You can locate facilities such as cycle shops, link your journey to public transport services or identify hazards and choose the safest route for your journey. Google Cycle Maps are continually updated using feedback from Auckland cyclists, local councils and the Ministry of Transport.”
More on the Google Cycle Maps in Auckland.
ARTA’s Google Maps project has been developed in collaboration with Cycle Action Auckland. We’re hosting the Cyclist Input Map, from which some of the official information is drawn.
April’10: New Cycling in Auckland website Launches
A new website has been launched. Cycling in Auckland is a grass roots collaborative website. It’s written by a diverse bunch of people with different opinions and ideas about cycling that are borne out of their own experiences of riding in Auckland.
The aim of this website is to strengthen and grow our bicycling community by sharing what we know.
Check it out and help pedal the cycling revolution. You do make a difference!