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Te Whau Pathway under way – now let’s keep track of progress!

Stage 1 of Te Whau Pathway was officially opened over the weekend, with Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse in attendance. And the Pathway has a gorgeous new website, giving the history and […]

Welcome a new Greenway out west – Sunday 18 October, 1-3

Here’s a sign of great things to come – the official blessing of the first section of the planned Te Whau Pathway. It’s a small section, but every path starts somewhere! […]

Oct 12, 2015
A new ramp at Henderson Creek – with photos

Our Westie champ Phil has been keeping an eye on developments along Henderson Creek, and sent us this photo essay of recent improvements (plus a few Could Do Betters)… The new ramp […]

The art of the unknown – a follow-your-nose adventure

Simon Vincent muses on the art of ignoring the map, trusting your inner compass, and the treasures you stumble across when you decide to follow your nose…  The kereru loomed large above me. I was […]

UCF projects: Waterview Shared Path PLUS

In this short series, we discuss [not necessarily in order of importance] the various Auckland cycle projects that have achieved funding from the Urban Cycleway Fund, and thus are likely […]

What’s the buzz? A bike track working bee, that’s what

Here’s a brilliant local initiative: locals in Glen Eden are working hard to create a bike track in Kowhai Reserve and are looking for help. Council has allowed them to […]

Kathryn King gets a tiki tour of Te Atatu – bike burb of the future

We’re all buzzing about the exciting big budget package including $111m for cycleways. But what might it mean for bike-friendly infrastructure at the local level? Carol Green from Bike Te Atatu reports […]

Meet Carol Green – the brains behind ‘Bike Burbs’

Carol Green is a member of Bike Te Atatu and came up with the “Bike Burbs” concept for Open Streets 2015. She grew up in Cambridge in the UK, and now bikes […]

Tiverton-Wolverton Alternative Cycle Route – your feedback needed

Auckland Transport is planning some improvements for cyclists and pedestrians at two key intersections in New Windsor. Both are on Mulgan St, which forms an alternative cycle route to the recently upgraded […]

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