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Road To Zero: submission guide LAST CHANCE TODAY WEDNESDAY!

Quick! The best ten minutes you’ll spend today – less death in our times!

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Access for everyone: now that sounds good

A city that everyone can access and use equally? What a cracking idea!

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The Gimp is back, and it wants you to vote

The Traffic Jam reckons 2019’s local body elections are a block buster (and the Friendly Orange Elections Gimp would agree). But what’s worse than not voting is an ill-informed vote. Fear not – the Jam’s got your back, writes Bryan Crump

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Early movement on Let’s Get Wellington Moving?

A new announcement from Let’s Get Wellington Moving – emailed last week to those on its newsletter list. Are there signs it’s starting to Get Wellington Living?

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On-street parking: let’s get it right(er) in Wellington city

Aah, street parking our old friend. We’re wising up to you… and it’s time to get smarter about what you give us and take from us

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The Big Kahuna: Reforming the Resource Management Act

It’s now another government’s turn to have a crack at reforming the RMA. A couple of good summaries…

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Just unbussable? Bus networks and Porirua

Train patronage is rising, but Porirua is driving more and more. What’s with the bus, then?

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Vision Zero: what’s that?

Government’s announced the new road safety strategy and it’s open for consultation. What is this thing and should we welcome it?

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The status quo is a choice, too

As Wellington (and other Ao-NZ) towns start to realise the importance of living in better density, and changing how we use our streets, the forces of “No!” gather quickly. But as Strong Towns’ Daniel Herrige writes, we must beware the deliberate, often bad choice to prefer the status quo over any change.

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Does free public transport make a difference?

As politicians gear up for election promises, here’s one to listen for, a favourite across the political spectrum but especially the left. So does free = more ridership? The answer: yes, sometimes, but not always.

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