Find out about our planned transport projects and share your views so Wellington's transport network is safer and more convenient for everyone.
We will be seeking feedback on our draft Bike Network Plan 2021–2031 in November at the same time as consultation happens on major Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) plans and the draft District Plan.
You’ll be able to find out more about the 147km network of safe, connected routes we plan to put in place over the next 10 years – where they will be and the different ways they will be developed.
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Construction of new walking and biking paths and crossings on this section of Miramar Avenue, to Z Energy, is underway. Read more
We are looking at how to develop this project.Have your say
We are seeking feedback on the plans for this project.Construction plans
Plans have been approved for this project, and detailed construction drawings are now underway.Under construction
This project is under construction.On hold
This project is currently on hold.In use
You can use the new infrastructure here.Unlikely to proceed
This project is unlikely to proceed.
We're building a two-way bike path which will gradually replace the existing narrow on-road bike lanes and make this scenic route safer and more enjoyable for people walking and biking.
We’re looking at ways to make it easier and safer for more people to ride bikes in Berhampore, Newtown and Mt Cook.
People in your community have been working with us on ways to make it easier and safer to walk and bike around Miramar, between the eastern suburbs and into the central city. We expect these projects to be progressed as future funding allows, but it is unlikely to happen in the next few years.
People in the community worked together with Wellington City Council to come up with solutions to make it easier and safer for people to walk and bike around Kilbirnie, between the eastern suburbs and into the central city.
In the central city area, cycling will be a part of the wider transport options being developed through the Let's Get Wellington Moving programme.
In the short term, we're making a succession of smaller improvements in the central city, recognising that in future these routes will link to the major cycling corridors.
The new two-way bike path on Oriental Parade was officially opened on 11 December 2018.
We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections from Hutt Road through into the central city and waterfront.
Construction work to complete the walking and biking paths along the seaward side of Cobham Drive has resumed.
A redesign of the road layout, footpaths and bike paths has been approved by councillors.
We’ve replaced the shared path along Hutt Road with separate walking and cycling paths to make it safer for people on foot and on bikes. We are now widening the bridge over the stream, which is the last remaining pinch point.
We're upgrading the shared path, to provide a better connection for people walking and biking between Newlands and Ngauranga. The path will also form part of improved connections to and from the central city.
We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections to Evans Bay, Kilbirnie, and across Miramar.