In August 2022, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport endorsed the Paneke Pōneke Bike Network Programme Business Case, which supports Paneke Pōneke, Wellington's Bike Network Plan.
This research, conducted between March and June 2014, investigates how providing different types of cycling infrastructure (lanes or other safety improvements) is likely to affect the numbers of people choosing to cycle in Wellington. The objectives were to assess the:
Cycling Demand Analysis (1.5MB PDF)
The Transport & Urban Development Committee approved the final design for the Island Bay cycleway in December 2014. Some changes were made to address concerns raised by the public and by the Island Bay Cycleway Working Party.
The Council set up a working party to review the Transport & Urban Development Committee's recommendations relating to the Island Bay Cycleway.
The Council commissioned the independent safety audit of the pedestrian, cycling and public transport improvement works along The Parade, Island Bay, between Dee Street and Reef Street. The audit says the project is safe but identifies a number of ways safety can be improved.
An independent peer review of the safety audit supports the findings.
The Council commissioned this cycleway feasibility study for a corridor linking the suburb of Island Bay and the central business district (CBD). The study investigated a wide range of alternatives. The study:
Wellington Cycleway Feasibility Study - Island Bay to CBD - Preliminary Funding
Report (3.7MB PDF) | Appendices (11.8MB PDF)
The aim of the framework is to clearly show how the network can be developed, providing clarity and consistency, and helping us to decide the order in which we create different parts of the cycle network.
Cycling Framework 2015 (1.2MB PDF)
This document outlines the strategic context for investment in the Wellington cycle network, the case for change and the need for investment. The document:
It was originally provided in support of an application for funding to develop a Programme Business Case for the Wellington City Cycle Network.
Wellington City Cycle Network Strategic Case (811KB PDF)
This a guide for the Council to deliver new cycling infrastructure that best meets the community’s needs. It outlines the cycling infrastructure and safety and engagement activities that are proposed, with a focus on work to be done in the first 3 years. It also explains how:
Wellington Cycleways Programme Master Plan 2015 (2.81MB PDF)