The network will connect suburbs to the city centre and destinations, helping to get people of all ages and abilities from where they live to where they work, study, shop and spend time. Take a look at the network maps and our plan.
The plan was approved on 10 March 2022 by Purōrō Āmua, the Planning and Environment Committee, following consultation in late 2021.
In September 2021, Purōrō Āmua gave the go-ahead for work to start on two routes as quickly as possible - Newtown to the city and Botanic Garden ki Paekākā to the city - in advance of permanent upgrades that will happen as part of Let's Get Wellington Moving's plans.
This is a legal description of all the streets in the bike network.
The parking policy provides a framework to guide future decision-making on the management of all Council-controlled parking spaces. This includes off-street parking and on-street parking, both free-of-charge (unrestricted) and those which incur a user-charge. Off-street parking includes parking areas at any of the Council’s parks, sports, recreation and other community facilities; and any off-street parking buildings that the Council controls.
Wellington City Council Parking Policy (585KB PDF)
This document summarises the feedback received during the consultation period - 1 November to 15 December 2022.
This report records the themed comments for each area and the changes recommended in response to the feedback that have now been approved. The changes are highlighted in grey in the tables. There are maps after each table showing the changes to the network.