Thorndon Quay is an important part of Wellington’s transport network, particularly for people in the northern suburbs.
Along with Hutt Road, it currently provides the main connection between the proposed Hutt Valley to Wellington cycleway and the central city.
For now, we are planning some interim improvements to make another section of this route safer. On-road bike lanes have been approved for both sides of Thorndon Quay between Davis and Mulgrave streets. This will involve parking changes.
Further work to make Thorndon Quay safer for people on bikes is possible in the future, but is not being proposed at this stage until it is clearer how the transport corridor between Kaiwharawhara and the central city may change in the future.
It has always been a long-term aim to have better walking and biking facilities closer to the harbour and planning for the Let's Get Wellington Moving project has provided a fresh opportunity to explore this.
Keep up to date with how projects are going, and understand the process so far. New events will be added as the project progresses.Read more
View supporting documents for Thorndon Quay improvementsRead more
Why improve Thorndon Quay - and potentially another route closer to the harbour?Read more
Travel from the Aotea Quay overbridge to Bunny Street via Thorndon Quay and see what the route is like now.Read more
See where the proposed route will go, and how it will improve safety for road users on Thorndon Quay.
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