Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has today announced the approval of funding to deliver the Ngā Ūranga ki Pito-one (Ngauranga to Petone) section of Te Ara Tupua, and the appointment of alliance partners to construct the new shared path.
As motorists look forward to heading out of Wellington for the Anzac Day long weekend, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is advising people to check the holiday journeys prediction tool for a safe and enjoyable journey.
Wellington’s newest walking and cycling paths at Cobham Drive were officially opened today, as part of the off-road Tahitai cycling route which will enable more people to walk and cycle between Wellington’s central city and its eastern suburbs.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency will shortly begin work to improve safety and provide more reliable journeys for people using and working on State Highway 1 (SH1) by permanently closing the southbound passing lane, south of Te Horo.
The Let’s Get Wellington Moving funding partners have outlined a plan to progress early wins to improve Wellington’s walking and cycling options, and enable faster, more reliable bus services within three years.