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Let’s talk bike parking at Devonport Wharf – take our survey!

Let's talk bike parking at Devonport Wharf - take our survey!Our regular Bike Breakfast was on the move in April – this month, we met at Devon on the Wharf in Devonport, with the topic of bike parking on the wharf top of our minds for discussion. Our special guest was Rachel Freebairn from Auckland Transport, who oversees bike parking at transport terminals. The discussion was detailed and wide-ranging, but now we need more data. If you ride to, through, or from Devonport, please take our quick survey about bike parking. (And for background on why this survey, why now, scroll down.) Help us help AT get the picture – answer a quick survey on bike parking at Devonport Wharf! Background …
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Watch out for works out west

Watch out for works out westIf you ride along Scenic Drive, Atkinson Road, Huia Road, Piha Road and other roads in the Waitakere Ranges, be aware that there will be lane closures and other works in the area over the next few months. Network builder Visionstream is working with Chorus to build the ultrafast broadband network in the Waitakere Ranges. It says there will be signage up at affected areas a week before works begin. Visionstream suggests keeping an eye out for them and considering alternative routes. It also apologises for any inconvenience created by the works.All road surfaces will be reinstated to council standards once the cabling work has been completed. Questions? Ping Visionstream’s …
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A petition for safety in Albany makes its way to AT – what next?

A petition for safety in Albany makes its way to AT – what next?After two deaths on Oteha Valley Road earlier this year, members of neighbourhood bike burb Bike Albany started a petition for urgent safety improvements. The petition drew a powerful chorus of support: 3000 signatures and the backing of the bereaved families, local schools, the local MP, and the Upper Harbour Local Board. (Read more here about the long-running push for safety on this road. In particular, the 2013 Corridor Management Plan (CMP) for Oteha Valley Road recommended comprehensive upgrades to protect people walking and cycling, but has been gathering dust ever since. As always, we invite AT to reread that CMP and Bike Auckland’s January 2014 submission in support, in …
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QUICK SUBMIT before 14 December – Grey Lynn needs YOU!

QUICK SUBMIT before 14 December – Grey Lynn needs YOU!If you do ONE thing this month for a bike-friendly city, make it this: support the Waitemata Safe Routes before Friday 14 December. It takes less than 5 minutes, is absolutely free, and you’ll be giving the gift of safe streets  – to the hundreds of kids who live and bike along these routes, to everyone else in the neighbourhood, and to all of Auckland. This is a HUGE turning point for Auckland – but victory is not yet guaranteed. Your support is vital. To make sure the project actually happens. There’s still loud opposition out there – so make your voice heard! So it’s the best it can be. …
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