Cross-post: Writing a better harbour bridge user story.

Cross-post: Writing a better harbour bridge user story.Sarah Mohawk rides a bike, and writes about it. This is a cross-post of Sarah’s blog ‘Writing a better harbour bridge user story‘. Their commentary is excellent, and we strongly encourage you to sign up to hear more. It’s free! So, the Auckland harbour bridge walking and cycling connection is dead again, and here I am, …
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Walking and Cycling Bridge Canned

Walking and Cycling Bridge CannedNews that the latest iteration for a walking and cycling bridge for the Waitematā Harbour has been canned has been signaled from Wellington since last month.  Bike Auckland always understood the new bridge had a big price tag, was complex to consent, and needed years to build. It wasn’t the urgent solution Aucklanders wanted after …
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We just need a lane – Auckland’s missing link

We just need a lane - Auckland’s missing linkMore Than A Feilding author David Slack says: We just need a lane. Read on for his column about Auckland’s missing link. In a different age and world, we all rode a bike to school, didn’t we? And we all felt safe, didn’t we?  You bet we did, because we had the sheer weight of numbers …
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Liberate The Lane!

Liberate The Lane!We’re calling on Waka Kotahi (NZTA) to liberate a lane on the Harbour Bridge for cycling, in a three-month trial this summer. Sign our petition! Skypath has stalled, and people trying to board ferries with their bikes and e-scooters are being turned away due to lack of deck space. We cannot wait five years for …
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10 major cities welcome cycling on their main bridges – hint: Auckland isn’t one of them

10 major cities welcome cycling on their main bridges - hint: Auckland isn’t one of themFor Aucklanders, few things seem impossible – but for some, cycling or walking over the Harbour Bridge is one of them. Despite over 40 years of public calls to be able to cycle and walk the Bridge, Waka Kotahi’s 2019 ‘Skypath’ has sunk without trace – and with no public explanation. Is that fair or …
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FAQ: Liberating The Lane

FAQ: Liberating The LaneWe are working with Fullers and AT to help accommodate growing demand to carry bikes on ferries from destinations across the Shore, but it’s clear more capacity is needed. While the Skypath project is stalled, it could be 5+ years before a replacement project is completed. In the interim, new options need to be investigated. …
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