Kids in the City: Access

This three-part series of guest posts is written by Alex Bonham, a member of Women in Urbanism, who has worked as a Porse carer and is now researching “the playful city” for her doctorate. In this series of three posts I have been looking at how kids fit in to the city.…
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Vision Zero Spin from Auckland Transport

This is a guest post from reader Heidi O’Callahan Since the Road Safety Review was released earlier this year, Auckland Transport have been clear that their new approach will use the Swedish safety system called Vision Zero. For example: We want to move towards a more “forgiving” road network, where a mistake made by a driver or road user does not lead to devastating consequences.…
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Kids in the city: housing

This three-part series of guest posts is written by Alex Bonham, a member of Women in Urbanism, who has worked as a Porse carer and is now researching “the playful city” for her doctorate. In this series of three posts I will be looking at how kids fit in to the city.…
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Lime Scooter Safety

This is a guest post from Hamish Mackie Director, Mackie Research www.mackieresearch.co.nz It’s a real slice of life gazing out the window of an (oversubscribed) bus on the morning commute. Lots of cars, buses, bikes, e-bikes, people walking, jogging, and scootering.…
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Riding the Northern New Network

This is a guest post from reader and friend of the blog, Shan L, He has also written about his new network experiences for the South, West, East and Central when those networks rolled out. The go-live of the New Network for the North Shore happened on Sunday last month – the final major chunk of new network to go live since the south changed over almost two years ago.…
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Electric City: What Academic Research Tells Us About the Future of E-bikes

This is a cross post from our friends over at Bike Auckland. Electric bikes are not only heaps of fun to ride, they have the potential to transform how we commute. Understanding that potential is the job of The Future of the Bike, a collaborative research project that examines how innovations in bicycle technology and city planning can support urban sustainability in New Zealand.…
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