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Stay Local, Stay Awesome: Bike East AKL Gets Creative!

Over the weeks of lockdown, the rule to “stay home, stay local” has led to more bikes on our streets, and some very creative constraints. We’ve been watching our Bike […]

AMETI: Change a street, change a (thousand) mind(s)

Let’s be honest – those of us who already ride bikes and understand the freedom they offer can be a bit dismissive when we hear other people say ‘Aucklanders will […]

Nov 12, 2018
A ‘safety-wash’ in East Auckland – or a chance for change?

Auckland Transport is proposing changes at a couple of intersections on Botany Road in East Auckland, to ‘alleviate traffic congestion and improve safety for road users and pedestrians.’ The problem […]

Aug 14, 2018
Speak up for local paths in East Auckland!

Ahoy residents of East Tamaki, Pakuranga, Half Moon Bay, Bucklands Beach, Howick, Highland Park, Flatbush, Botany Downs, and Dannemora! If you walk or bike in the area, and you’re dreaming […]

Mar 31, 2018
Dutch cycle roundabouts in Glen Innes?

Since we last blogged about the planned cycleways in Glen Innes, Auckland Transport has released detailed designs for the intersection improvements. They’re pretty advanced for New Zealand – our first ‘Dutch-style roundabouts’ […]

Oct 23, 2017
All cycleways lead to Glen Innes Town Centre…

…at least, they do in this current consultation by Auckland Transport, which focuses on making it much easier and safer to ride between the surrounding areas of Stonefields, St John […]

Bikes in Schools – it’s Pt England’s turn!

It was all smiles at Point England School this week, with the formal launch of their new bike track and bike fleet, thanks to the wonderful Bikes in Schools programme. Point England […]

Feb 24, 2017
First out of the Greenways gate: the Tamaki Path

In what might be the first Greenways project out of the gate under the new Local Path Design Guide, consultation is now open on the proposed Tamaki Path, which will run for […]

Feb 15, 2017
Come and celebrate Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Kai!

Have you been looking for an excuse to come and experience the new stretch of path in the east – the completed first stage of Te Ara ki Uta ki Tai, […]

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