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Glen Eden Micromobility Hub Network Pilot Programme 

Researchers at Auckland University’s School of Architecture and Planning have received funding from Waka Kotahi’s innovation fund to trial a six-month programme to base a micro-mobility hub at Glen Eden […]


There’s something blue and beautiful developing in Henderson… An Innovating Streets for People trial! Bike Te Atatū’s Carol Green and Melanie Dixon know that the trial offers so much for […]

Henderson in Line for Better Biking – Add Your Voice!

Who doesn’t love biking around Henderson trails, ‘specially the Twin Streams and links to the North Western Cycleway? Biking beyond these routes is pretty tragic, with only a few on-road […]

Three Long Years: doing right by John Bonner

The death in 2017 of a person on a bike at a notoriously dangerous location on Te Atatū Road, near Cellarmans Street, should have prompted action by Auckland Transport. It […]

Oct 22, 2020
Quick, submit by October 25th! Public transport improvements for the Northwest

Waka Kotahi and Auckland Transport are calling for submissions on their plans to upgrade the Northwestern motorway to create busway stations at Te Atatu, Lincoln Rd and Westgate. It will […]

Oct 15, 2020
West Auckland Moves On Addressing Climate Change

A guest post from Councillor Shane Henderson on some momentous moves for the city, and for the West in particular. This week, we committed the people of Auckland to halve […]

Joining the dots in Te Atatū South – feedback closes 21 July

As you know, we’re all about the local links and local knowledge. Auckland Transport is proposing a useful safety upgrade for a dangerous intersection in Te Atatū South. But with a […]

Jul 16, 2020
Safer streets for Henderson – quick submit by 8 March!

We try to be across most projects that affect people on bikes in Auckland. Here’s one that nearly slipped our attention: a package of road safety improvements in Henderson, funded by […]

Mar 08, 2020
Support the Te Whau Pathway resource consent!

Ever wanted to ride from the Waitemata harbour to the Manukau harbour on a protected path surrounded by wildlife and waterways, in less than an hour? “Impossible!” you say, rolling […]

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