Streetfilms: Nijmegen

A great new video from Streetfilms on Nijmegen in the Netherlands and something particularly relevant for our smaller cities like Hamilton, Tauranga and Dunedin This Streetfilm was a pure joy to make, and it really snuck up on me. Nijmegen, a small Dutch city, was never on my radar.…
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Te Ara Tomo – The Underline

Auckland’s hills help to define our city, sometimes they’re a blessing, sometimes they can be a bit of curse but occasionally they also present a unique opportunity. Nick, who regularly comments and sometimes posts here, has been part of a group working recently to unlock one of those opportunities, the Albert Park tunnels and their plan is now public following their presentation to the City Centre Advisory Board.…
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Govt Funded and Toll Free Skypath

Some interesting and promising news yesterday about SkypathA toll-free SkyPath at no cost to Aucklanders “As a result of discussions with Transport Minister Simon Bridges we have the opportunity to deliver a toll-free SkyPath at no cost to Auckland ratepayers” says SkyPath Project Director Bevan Woodward.…
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Quay St cycleway turns one

On Saturday, one of Auckland’s most important cycleways turned one.The Quay St cycleway was opened on July 08, 2016 by now former Prime Minister John Key.One of the best things about the Quay St cycleway is that it’s on-street and is a great example of how we can get more efficiency out of our road network.…
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Wynyard’s slower streets

Some good news that following consultation earlier in the year, Auckland Transport have changing the speed limits at Wynyard Quarter to 30km/h permanently.A permanent safer speed limit of 30km/h has begun in Wynyard Quarter and Viaduct Harbour. Much of the area has already been under a temporarily lower speed limit because of construction work being carried out.…
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