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Upper Harbour Drive to get walking and cycling upgrade

We’ve had an update from Auckland Transport about walking and cycling improvements in progress on Upper Harbour Drive. There’ll be traffic management in place throughout the works, which are scheduled to be […]

Call for feedback – a new green route along the Tamaki Estuary

East Auckland bike champ Kirsten Shouler writes: ** Update: submissions have been extended till 15 May ** The beautiful coastal waterfront along the Tamaki River not only has huge historic and […]

Dutch scenes in a British context – lessons for New Zealand

Take a look at these powerful images from the blog Alternative Department of Transport, created by transposing typical Dutch cyclists into a British street environment… which could just as easily be a New Zealand street […]

Nothing flash; a few improvements for St Lukes / SH16 cycleway crossing

As always, our friend Sarah from the NZTA Comms team, has been a whiz at staying in touch. 10 days ago NZTA, AT, Leightons and Cycle Action met to discuss […]

Second Harbour Crossing To Become Reality

In a stunning development, Ports of Auckland, NZTA, Auckland Transport, and Generation Zero have combined forces to announce a second harbour crossing that will not only render SkyPath unnecessary but also solve […]

Apr 01, 2015
Big business swings in behind biking – in London

As part of the growing value that business sees in cycling, last week a bunch of heavyweight firms came out in support of increased cycling infrastructure in the UK, and in particular […]

Bikes love local businesses – time for more vice-versa?

Of all the arguments in favour of encouraging city cycling, perhaps the hardest for some people to swallow is that bikes are good for business. Why? Because many business owners […]

Diversion on the NW Cycleway – Chamberlain Park

An alert for those using the NW Cycleway over the next few months: watch out for the new diversion along the Pt Chevalier end of Chamberlain Park. The diversion will be in […]

Getting better, the further you go… Carlton Gore Road

One of the more hopeful trends in Auckland’s “three step forwards, two steps back” cycling world is that things do get better. You can often tell the quality of a […]

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