It’s less than a week until voting opens which means now is the time to have a look at which of the political parties will consider safer streets, flourishing communities, […]
In January, right after the flooding, our chief biking officer Fiáin d’Leafy and their partner Cappuccino moved house by bike! Listen to them talk about their experience with Jesse Mulligan […]
Last Sunday in an early celebration of car free day (coming up this Friday 22 September), the Auckland Fancy Women Bike Ride took to the city streets of Tāmaki Makaurau […]
We call on Waka Kotahi to free up one lane on the Auckland Harbour Bridge for walking and cycling, for a more resilient and connected transport network for people in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
Bikes have already proven themselves to be useful transport modes during emergency situations – often more useful than a car! Let’s talk about how and why bikes should form part of our emergency response.
Bike Auckland’s Chief Biking Officer Fiáin d’Leafy explains how our inequitable transport system will be exacerbated by the upcoming closures of train lines – and the opportunity Auckland Transport and […]
What is the ERP? Aotearoa New Zealand has adopted a target of significantly reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The Emissions Reduction Plan sets out policies and strategies for […]
Every lockdown, we’ve seen floods of Aucklanders pour out on their bikes to enjoy safer, traffic-free streets. Remember the Big Backyard Bike Count of April 2020? The data we gathered […]
“An electric vehicle in every garage is the slowest and most resource-intensive way to decarbonise transport” We have a chance to stem the tide of climate emergency. The Climate Change […]