Keep up to date with how the project is going, and understand the process so far. New events will be added as the project progresses.
February 2020Project is now part of Let's Get Wellington Moving
This project is now part of the Let's Get Wellington Moving programme. In mid-2020, the programme plans to develop and seek feedback on options to improve bus priority along Hutt Road and Thorndon Quay.
19 April 2018: Councillors approve proposals for part of Thorndon QuayMore Less
Councillors on the City Strategy Committee approved plans for interim bike lanes and other related changes on Thorndon Quay, between Davis Street and Mulgrave Street.
5 April 2018: Opportunity to observe group discussionsMore Less
In February/March this year, Wellington City Council sought feedback on traffic changes (resolutions) required to develop bike paths and lanes on parts of Oriental Parade, Evans Bay Parade (Kilbirnie), and Thorndon Quay.
People who provided feedback and requested the opportunity to speak with Councillors will provide their oral submissions in group discussions at Wellington Central Library on Thursday 5 April in two sessions at 5pm and 6.30pm.
A gallery with limited seating will be available for any members of the public who would like to come along to observe the group discussions but not take part themselves.
20 February 2018: Consultation opens on some proposed interim improvements - Davis Street to Mulgrave Street
26 July 2017: Workshop 5More Less
We're holding workshops with a range of people interested in the Thorndon route development.