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The following posts are filed under: micromobility.

The Let’s Get Welly Riding Vision

Riding e-bikes and scooters is often the most affordable and quickest way to get around Wellington, but the lack of safe infrastructure has been blocking people from choosing these new vehicles. Here we lay out a plan to create space for them.

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“For the first time in decades, there’s a wholly new kind of transport.”

Micromobility. It’s a very buzzy buzzword. But for once, the buzz is justified.

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To Wellington Airport by Onzo anyone?

“If I could circumnavigate Taiwan by bike, it would be a bit naff not to have a go at commuting by bike to the airport from the Wellington city centre.” Guest poster Kathleen Wright puts this logic to the test…

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The Lime e-scooters fight: it’s all on… on the footpath

The other shoe’s dropped: Wellington city will get Lime Scooters. So let’s use the opportunity to move forward, shall we?

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Scooters vs walking vs bikes: the Hunger Games of the street

As the media focus on Lime scooters and their perils, provoking caution and regulation (largely ignoring the four-wheeled elephant in the room), Kate Spencer calls it: it’s time to abandon the Hunger Games of the street.

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Frustrated about e-scooters AND cycleways? Rori iti – little roads will help everyone

This week another thing now gives Wellington people a way to go faster with less effort – e-scooters. It’s just another reminder that it’s time to abandon the Hunger Games of the street, says Kate Spencer.

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