Find out about our planned transport projects and share your views so Wellington's transport network is safer and more convenient for everyone.
In June/July this year, we assessed the street parking use and capacity in the wider Newtown area.
Construction of walking and bike paths on Cobham Drive is under way. Work resumed on the harbour side in mid-May 2019.
Construction on the new paths around Evans Bay began in April 2019 and will take about two years.
Construction on Rongotai Road is nearly finished.
Construction on Constable Street and Crawford Road is nearly finished.
Construction on Evans Bay Parade in Kilbirnie is well under way.
We're making improvements for people walking and biking along Cobham Drive, and to provide a better connection between Evans Bay Parade and Miramar.Read more
We're making cycling and pedestrian improvements along Evans Bay Parade to provide connections from Miramar through to Oriental Parade.Read more
In June/July this year, we assessed the street parking use and capacity in the wider Newtown area. The parking study is part of the detailed planning we need to do before transport changes can be developed in the wider Newtown area.Read more
We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections between Berhampore, Newtown and Mt Cook and to connect the southern suburbs with local centres, schools and the central city.Read more
If you live in or have an interest in Berhampore, we’d like to hear your ideas for how we can improve Berhampore village.Read more
We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections to Evans Bay, Miramar, Kilbirnie and Newtown.Read more
The Parade in Island Bay provides an important transport connection with Berhampore, Newtown and Mt Cook through to the central city.Read more
We've made improvements for people walking and biking along part of Oriental Bay. The new path will make a better connection to Evans Bay, Kilbirnie and Miramar.Read more
We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections from Hutt Road through to the central city and waterfront.Read more
We’re making changes to the shared path along Hutt Road to make it safer for people on foot and on bikes.Read more
We're making improvements for people walking and biking to provide connections to Evans Bay, Kilbirnie, and across Miramar.Read more
The Council is working with the Miramar Business Improvement District group, Enterprise Miramar Peninsula, to develop safer cycling options for Miramar Avenue.Read more
We are marking more roads across the city with sharrows, after a trial found they improved safety for everyone.Read more
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.Read more
We're upgrading the Wakely Road track in Newlands to be a safer walking and biking route to Ngauranga and the central city.Read more