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The Driver License Test Drive

Heidi O’Callahan from Greater Auckland hits a speed bump with the driver license rules…

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Party time: Looking back, and forwards to the future!

You may have noticed Talk Wellington is pretty buzzy…. we’ve launched our future (there was a party!) and we want you with us! Here’s Convenor Isabella on Launching the Future and the post-party buzz

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Transport vs living vs identity: Berhampore, and everywhere

We have all these conversations about “cycling” or “parking” or “housing” or “buses”, but not enough about “getting around” – and definitely not enough about “who do we want to be”.  IslandBayCycleway’s Regan Dooley highlights Berhampore – but we’re all Berhampore, really

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The Traffic Jam episode 6: In search of boxman

Bryan Crump talks about the person on everyone’s social media page last week…

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Another crack at transport planning in Tauranga – and lessons for Wellington

Tauranga’s transport has been a vexed issue for decades.  Greater Tauranga reported yesterday on the government’s rejection of the city’s latest transport plan, and there are some signs other towns should heed…

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Why Island Bay and the “Newtown Connections” matter for us all

Why does stuff in the Southern Suburbs matter when it’s not my backyard, and when there are other cycleway type projects happening elsewhere in the region to pay attention to? 

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Reasonable Expectations Part 4: Thinking about costs

How much does public transport cost Wellington? Not that much, it seems. How much should it cost Wellington?  Let’s talk stats and money, friends!

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A Very Welly Christmas – not a vehicle was stirring…

Wellington’s Santa Parade closed down one of the main streets in Wellington last weekend and it was awesome…

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The Traffic Jam Episode 5: Blindsight

Bryan Crump’s latest podcast is up and he’s seeing (or not) things from a new perspective…

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Nimbys, Bananas and beyond

Author Max Rashbrooke talks of beautiful neighbourhoods and challenges those who say no to the new.

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