Welcome to our new Communications Manager, Sue Cardwell

We are delighted to welcome our new Communications Manager, Sue Cardwell. Sue brings a wealth of experience in marketing, PR and communications – as well as a passion for making transport more sustainable.

RLTP 2024: Have Your Say guide

The draft Regional Land Transport Plan (RLTP) for Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland is out, and the Have Your Say-ing has begun. The last day for submissions is Monday, 17 June. Although they […]

Project Watch: Way Out West 2024

This time, Project Watch goes west, following on from our recent updates about good news for cycling infrastructure in the Central City and the Isthmus. Carrington Road upgrade – consultation […]

Project Watch: Isthmus 2024

Following our recent Central City update we turn our eyes to the Isthmus. Full of people, and places they can bike to – shops, schools, public transport – this central swathe […]

Good for business, good for Tāmaki Makaurau

Written by Lou Annabell for Bike Auckland. Our campaign Cycling Works for Tāmaki Makaurau has a simple message: protected bike lanes are good for business and good for Tāmaki Makaurau […]

It’s Campaign Time…Welcome to Cycling Works!

Bike Auckland’s newest campaign is up and running, and we’re amped. Cycling Works will add Tamaki Makaurau’s businesses to the call for protected cycleways in our region, not only challenging […]

Turning Our Backs on Walking and Cycling: Harbour Bridge Events Cancelled

Waka Kotahi has cancelled its Walk It, Wheel It series of Auckland Harbour Bridge events. Bike Auckland says the cancellation has not been announced publicly but was confirmed in correspondence […]

Project Watch – City Centre 2024

It’s time for a fresh look at all the bike infrastructure being delivered across Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. We report on what’s been built, what’s underway, and what’s glimmering on the […]

I went on a train ride to the CAN Do and 2WALKandCYCLE conference and it was awesome

Chief Biking Officer Fiain d’Leafy tells us about their adventure with Chair Karen Hormann to Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington! They took their bikes on the train, connected with other awesome advocates […]

Apr 10, 2024

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