K Road Level Up
Auckland Transport (AT) are proposing improvements to the transport network and streets around the new City Rail Link (CRL) Karanga-a-Hape Station. The Karanga-a-Hape Neighbourhood and Bus Improvements will improve safety […]
Waka Kotahi Cycling Action Plan
When Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri (Auckland’s Climate Plan) and the Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway were given the tick by Auckland Council we felt victorious and excited to see what would come from […]
A Resilient Transport System; Bikes and Emergencies
Bikes have already proven themselves to be useful transport modes during emergency situations – often more useful than a car! Let’s talk about how and why bikes should form part of our emergency response.
Infrastructure Volunteer callout
What’s up, fellow urbanists 😎 We are looking for two types of volunteers to join the Bike Auckland Infrastructure Team (or, BAIT). Firstly, we are seeking people with any of these backgrounds: And if […]
Auckland Budget 23-24 Submission Guide
At Bike Auckland we believe in creating a city that people want to invest in – We can create this liveable city by investing in walking, cycling, and public transport. Investing now will save us more money in the future – which is why your feedback on this Auckland Budget is so important.
The Magic of a Connected Cycleway
Who would ever think we’d need magic to complete an everyday commuting cycleway? It’s not what usually springs to mind when we think of building the popular and functional cycleways […]
Get going on Great North Road, over 50 organisations tell Council and AT
Update 17/03/23: The Auckland Council Transport and Infrastructure Committee postponed their feedback on Great North Road to the 14th April, allowing them time to do a site visit first. After […]
A miracle pill for our transport ills
This is a guest blog by accessibility and sustainable transport advocate Tim Adriaansen. Tim looks at how a modest cost reduction in the purchase price of an e-bike, or covering […]
Hold it in for a bit longer folks!
Bike Auckland have been strong supporters of Te Whau Pathway since the first parts of the pathway were built in 2015. One day Te Whau Pathway, like Tāmaki Drive, will […]