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The following posts are filed under: Mass Transit.

Let’s Get Wellington Moving: what’s that all about again? (it’s been so long)

The gossip says (again!) that the LGWM Cabinet announcement is imminent. If you’re anything like us, you’ve kinda forgotten… but it’s worth remembering, so a handy refresher!

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New roads, new modelling, old questions

As Stuff reports on new traffic modelling for Wellington, we’re keen to understand more (well, anything really). And look: a fun interactive for you!

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Climate progress ahoy!

Haven’t yet said “Make it easier for us to do good please” on our region’s only low carbon city plan? Get in there!  Te Atakura / First To Zero feedback closes TOMORROW and just this week the energy really started building!

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Climate change and Wellington: Now’s good to do something (Also, PAAAAAARTY!)

Wish it was easier to pump out fewer greenhouse gases in daily life? Don’t we all?! Luckily, Wellington City Council wants to hear how much you care so they can make it less hard. And come party for your submission!

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The Traffic Jam Episode 7: Six Months Til Judgment Day

Beloved broadcaster Bryan Crump is back, with another in his podcast series The Traffic Jam.

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Climate, growth, transport: it’s simple maths. Just do it Wellington.

Wellington (like many other towns) has separate strategies with separate consultations for growth, tackling climate change, and transport. Sigh. Here’s your TL;DR for… ALL THE THINGS

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Is an ‘Eco-City’ Viable? Why, yes! Part three.

In this third and final instalment, guest poster Brendon Harre asks: is an Eco-City planned for northern Wellington, politically and economically viable?

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Building Choice

Part six of a six-part series, compiled by Talk Wellington, that outlines a sensible vision for transport. This is a space that needs filling even as Let’s Get Wellington Moving prepares to spend $4 billion on transport in the capital.

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Streets for people

Part five of a six-part series, compiled by Talk Wellington, that outlines a sensible vision for transport. This is a space that needs filling even as Let’s Get Wellington Moving prepares to spend $4 billion on transport in the capital.

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Buses, trains and time: what’s really happening (31 March report)

The latest report on public transport performance, compiled from Metlink’s own (scarce) data by stalwart transport nerd Mike Mellor. Data to 31 March.

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