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A win-win-win for Devonport

It’s not often that an intersection redesign benefits all road users  – motorists, pedestrians and cyclists alike.  More often than not compromises have to be made, and often it’s cyclists […]

SeaPath? NaturePath?

Our post on SkyPath’s Northern Connectors has generated a lot of comment and it’s great to see the support not just for SkyPath itself but endorsement of the need for multiple […]

REMINDER: THIS SUNDAY Bike to the Future – Ride for K’ Road separated cycle lanes

THIS SUNDAY 28 SEPTEMBER What: A cycle ride in support of separated cycle lanes on Karangahape Road. The ride will take about 30 minutes When: 10.30am on Sunday, 28 September […]

Queens Wharf access update

Auckland Transport will be releasing this media statement later today regarding amended access to Queens Wharf. Changes to the entrance of Queens Wharf will boost safety for the increasing numbers of […]

Update on Te Atatu Interchange Cycleway

The Causeway Alliance has asked us to make you aware of two changes to the Te Atatu section of the Northwestern Cycleway due to happen in November. In November 2014, […]

Hi-Viz, Low Effect

This article from the Canberra Times refers to a recent study by the University of Bath and Brunel University that tested the extent to which cyclist clothing affected how close […]

Full Nelson, coming closer!

While people at the Grafton Gully Cycleway opening were (deservedly) congratulating each other on the achievement, I joked to several at the event that – with the ribbon cut – […]

Safety in numbers: Let’s get out there!

A common theme among cycling advocates is that the more people cycle, the safer people on bicycles are. Recent evidence from New York appears to bear this out. This phenomenon has been […]

AT video on Beach Road cycleway

Auckland Transport has released a new video on the Beach Road Cycleway. Check it out:

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