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Liberate the Lane on the Auckland Harbour Bridge!

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.

You Shall Not (Bike) Path!

Megan Harvey from Bike Henderson tells us her journey to cycling for transport – and why she wants people powered transport to be able to cross the Harbour Bridge.

Did we step up to innovate for cycling and urban spaces?

A new walking, cycling and urban upgrade programme was announced by Waka Kotahi in the gloom and uncertainty of 2020. Surrounded by Covid mayhem of project budget blowouts and extended […]

Where is Skypath when we need it?

Aucklanders using ferries and bikes are suffering from more than just the added heat and humidity of February. Pressure on deck space on the Devonport ferry service is resulting in […]

Feb 09, 2021
Project Watch: The Southern Cycleway

Here’s something to look forward to, all going well! The first stage of the Southern Cycleway along SH1 should be ready to ride by Christmas – and there are solid […]

Sep 10, 2020
Safety first! Time for a speedy submission on the new speed limit rule

Please help us achieve traffic speeds that put New Zealanders’ safety first – make a quick submission by 5pm Friday, June 16! In this guest post, Bevan Woodward of Skypath Trust explains […]

Jun 14, 2017
All cycleways are not created equal: or, when to say yeah-nah

Simon Wilson at The Spinoff has written a cracker of a piece about the East-West Link, the Onehunga roading project currently facing a Board of Inquiry at the Environment Court to see […]

Apr 09, 2017
Last chance to weigh in on the East-West Link

It’s crunch time for Onehunga. The Environment Protection Agency is holding a Board of Inquiry on the proposed East-West Link from SH1 to Onehunga along the inlet foreshore. Public feedback is open until […]

Mar 15, 2017
‘First do no harm’: why it’s time for Vision Zero NZ

Sobering news: in August, New Zealand’s road fatality toll stands at 214 people killed on our roads so far this year, including 3 people who were just out riding their bikes, 15 pedestrians,10 children; 50 in Auckland […]

Aug 25, 2016

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