As the population grows, our goal is to deliver a cycle network throughout Wellington to ensure getting about by bike is a safe and viable transport choice for people of all ages and abilities. We want safer routes within neighbourhoods, and better connections between suburbs and the central city.
The Let's Get Wellington Moving programme is also planning to deliver public transport, walking and biking improvements on key routes, including in the central city.
The network map below will be updated in mid-to-late 2021 once the Council has made final decisions on the Long-term Plan at the end of June and timings for the LGWM programme rollout are finalised.
For now, the map is high-level, indicating connections between suburbs rather than specific routes. Timings are an indication only – based on expected funding levels. If these, or city priorities change, this could speed up or slow down the development of the cycle network.
The stages give an indication of the order in which we could talk with communities, develop safer local facilities, and connect the different suburbs to the network.
The map was last updated: June 2018.
Click each stage below for more detail.