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Sometimes it’s personal (it’s always personal)

A good friend of Bike Auckland got skittled on Onewa Road on Wednesday night. He’s okay – well, he’s alive and recovering. The shock of the incident led to a […]

It’s Bond. Great North Road-and-Bond.

Feedback is now open on Auckland Transport’s proposed design for where Great North Rd meets Bond St and Grosvenor St. Our verdict: it’s good – and will be even better with […]

AT decides on Section 4 of Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive

It’s been a long time coming, but on the 4th of August, Auckland Transport at last announced its preferred route for Section 4 of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Shared […]

Quickblog: Carry on on Carrington Road

Doing the rounds of AT’s website, we found this short but useful bit of new protected cycle lane coming for the Pt Chev community: AT is proposing to install what […]

‘Dynamic’ – or dinosaur? AT’s Whangaparaoa experiment

AT is patting itself on the back for being smart with technology: they’re planning to squeeze an extra lane into a road currently painted for two opposing lanes with long […]

Bike to the future: a 10 year plan for cycling in Auckland

Remember when Auckland had a paltry $5 million across 3 years to spend on all improvements for walking AND cycling across the entire city? Us neither! Those bad old days […]

A new link to New Lynn – take Seabrook Ave into town!

Auckland Transport is seeking feedback on cycling improvements in New Lynn. Feedback is open until Sunday 21 May 2017 – use the big blue button on the project page, or this direct […]

Pt Chev by the numbers: looking forward

As a Pt Chev local, I’m excited about the proposed bike lanes (NB feedback closes 23 April – have your say here). We’re a ‘bikie’ family: we bike to to school, the shops, the […]

Apr 21, 2017
Bike to the future – taking the long view on the Pt Chev bike lanes

Part 1 in a short series on the planned walking and biking improvements for Pt Chevalier. Feedback closes Sunday 23 April – read about the proposal here, and have your say ASAP!  I […]

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