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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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Newtown, new connections: a bike network* for the southern suburbs

Bike routes are on their way for South Wellington and through to the city centre (Newtown/Berhampore/Mt Cook), they won’t be shit, and with your support they could be great. (Don’t mention Island Bay, I did once but I think I got away with it.)

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The Traffic Jam Episode 4: On Your Onzo

Talk Wellington went for a team Onzo ride the other day. Bryan Crump has things to say about the bikes in his latest podcast.

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The Traffic Jam Episode 3: Pedestrian At Best

The Traffic Jam’s third episode is “Pedestrian At Best” with Living Streets Aotearoa’s Ellen Blake, and it’s a great listen. 

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Open Streets – please sir, can we have some more?

Open Streets Wellington was totally worth it. Check out our report and gallery and then send us YOUR pictures of the day!

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Walk[drive] a mile in someone else’s shoes[tyres]

In Episode 2 of The Traffic Jam, the car-disliking Bryan Crump eyeballs his prejudices and walks a mile in some strange shoes.  They’re the steel-cap boots of someone for whom the van or ute feels as essential as a limb: a tradie. 

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“Three bedrooms, one bathroom, close to amenities, kids live longer”

Imagine if you could look at real estate ads and see this. In a suburban borough of London, it’s real: healthy streets changes (appallingly controversial at the time) are benefiting real people.

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e-Scooters, dockless bikes: safety under siege!

Have YOU been passed at speed by someone on a scooter or an Onzo bike? Are you worried about the LATEST INVASION threatening children, the old people, and law-abiding citizenry going about their business on footpaths?

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Open Streets? Neat!

When was the last time you got to experience Wellington streets truly open to the people? Graduation parade? Cuba Dupa? Thorndon Fair? THIS SUNDAY we’ve got a one-off chance to experience the magic of moving about our glorious city without the metal boxes that are normally king of the kerbs.

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Road Rage – Part 2

In the second part of her rhapsody on road rage, guest poster Becs Tetley talks balancing out the bullying behaviour…

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