Calls to Action
We have a new shirt design in the shop. Grab a great present and support Cycle Wellington at the same time!
Submissions close 11.59pm Friday 15 December 2023
Please send in a quick submission in support of this traffic resolution to help it get a good outcome for people on bikes.
11am Friday 15 December 2023
This week's picnic is our last one for 2023, and will be outside Good Books on Jessie Street. Share your favourite poem, or come listen to other's for a picnic with the spoken word. We'll be starting around 11am and finishing no earlier than 12:30pm. See you there!
9am, Saturday 16 December
Come for a gravel ride. We think you might enjoy it! Meet at Bicycle Junction from 9am for filter coffee or tea. We’ll depart at 9:30am.
We’ll keep it simple first up, a gentle ride up Waimapihi trails to Hawkins Hill Radar Dome then a descent into red rocks. Emphasis is on a good time - so a casual pace will be employed 🙂.
2pm, Saturday 16 December
Ride the waterfront bays listening to Drum and Bass to Hataitai Beach for an optional swim. Bring a picnic! We’ll depart the Stadium at 2:20pm. Join in from anywhere along the waterfront as we come through if you like.
Next Cycle Wellington Meeting - note the different day of the week than usual:
6pm Wednesday 7 February 2023
Sustainability Trust, 2 Forresters Lane, and online.
Wellington City Council
Aro Park cut through being implemented as part of the Aro Connections project.
Tinakori Road bus stop design changes are progressing.
Onepu Road implementation started this week.
Vote on Karori and Berhampore projects this week.
Council will be counting active mode interactions with new anonymous camera based sensors going up to see what the experience of people walking and cycling is like at the footbridge across the entrance to the lagoon.
Lots of uncertainty about the Let’s Get Wellington Moving situation given the new Government. Please be understanding of this when dealing with officers.
Recent goings on
Watch the presentation of the Quays Please petition and following debate at Council recently.
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