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.
There’s been a lot of confusion in the media recently, especially surrounding raised pedestrian crossings. Bike Auckland has put together some crucial facts about these projects to help clear things […]
Cheers to the Minister for Transport for promising us an accessible and reliable Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland
MP Simeon Brown (Minister for Transport and Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland) delivered this speech to the Committee for Auckland on Friday 9 February, which included his vision for transport in Tāmaki […]
We work every day to ensure that the voice of all people who ride bikes (or want to) is heard. We use all donations carefully in our efforts to make […]
Every year, in celebration of Pride Month (February) and the growing local cycle facilities, Rainbow Riders Tāmaki Makaurau create ‘Yarn for Pride’, decorating the cycle parking along Karangahape road with colourful and funky knitted or crocheted scarves. Not only does it bring a smile to passers-by, but it’s also easy for beginner knitters and crocheters to get involved.
Want to do something similar or get involved? Read on for some tips.
In 2023, as part of our Inclusive Cycling project funded by Hoe Ki Angitū (Waka Kotahi Innovation Fund), Bike Auckland commissioned Grab Your Wheels, Let’s Travel to compile a report on the […]
Thanks to Shaun Baker, an urban planner with experience working in transport planning and resource management, for letting us share this article. One of my favourite ways to explore our […]
With Tamaki Makaurau’s next 10-year budget now being thrashed out in public it is no surprise that cycling is once again contentious. We’ve been told that cycling’s share of all […]
It’s December again and Kirihimete (Christmas) is rapidly approaching! We’ve put together a few ideas to get you relaxed, creative, and feeling the vibes. Getting into the Spirit of Kirihimete […]
Researchers at Auckland University’s School of Architecture and Planning have received funding from Waka Kotahi’s innovation fund to trial a six-month programme to base a micro-mobility hub at Glen Eden […]