In January, right after the flooding, our chief biking officer Fiáin d’Leafy and their partner Cappuccino moved house by bike! Listen to them talk about their experience with Jesse Mulligan […]
Last Sunday in an early celebration of car free day (coming up this Friday 22 September), the Auckland Fancy Women Bike Ride took to the city streets of Tāmaki Makaurau […]
In May, Fiáin d’Leafy, Chief Biking Officer for Bike Auckland, presented to the Auckland Transport (AT) Board. Below is a summary of Fiain’s presentation, with notes.
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.
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.
TL;DR (article summary); Auckland Transport has so far failed to implement three safe, widely supported, climate-friendly street improvements in the inner west. The Waitematā and Albert-Eden Local Boards have each […]
38 organisations call for Auckland Transport to urgently deliver the inner west street improvements – spoiler alert, we are one of them!
On Tuesday 21 February Waitematā Local Board are being asked to vote to endorse 2 of the 3 Inner West street improvement projects and to pause the third. The Waitematā Safer Routes also known as..
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 […]
After many years of inaction, is 2021 the year Auckland Transport finally makes progress on better biking and better buses on Great North Road, with a new project? If you […]