Cycling masterplan

Over the next 10 years and beyond, Wellington City Council is partnering with NZTA and central government to deliver a fully connected cycle network throughout Wellington. By 2028 the cycle network is expected to see connections developed to the south through Newtown, Berhampore and Island Bay, to the outer eastern suburbs, including Miramar, and Strathmore Park. NZTA is expected to develop a connection to the Hutt Valley. Karori, Highbury, Kelburn and Brooklyn will all become part of the network. Safer connections from Johnsonville, Newlands, Churton Park and Tawa will be added from the north, and Thorndon and the CBD are expected to be improved as part of the LGWM programme.

Over the next 10 years and beyond, Wellington City Council is partnering with NZTA and central government to deliver a fully connected cycle network throughout Wellington. By 2028 the cycle network is expected to see connections developed to the south through Newtown, Berhampore and Island Bay, to the outer eastern suburbs, including Miramar, and Strathmore Park. NZTA is expected to develop a connection to the Hutt Valley. Karori, Highbury, Kelburn and Brooklyn will all become part of the network. Safer connections from Johnsonville, Newlands, Churton Park and Tawa will be added from the north, and Thorndon and the CBD are expected to be improved as part of the LGWM programme.