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The following posts are filed under: walkability.

Don’t forget: 30km central city submissions closing soon!

At last, Wellington City’s got a proposal to institute appropriate traffic speeds for some inner city streets. Make sure your submission’s in by 5pm Tuesday.

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Where’s Wellington’s “Accessible City” plan?

It’s still not done to envy Auckland; it’s somehow disloyal. But guest poster Jamie Has Two Feet looks longingly at Tāmaki’s clear vision for people in their city centre.

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We’re walking here!

Wellington is the premier place to walk in New Zealand. Ellen Blake of Living Streets Aotearoa invites us all to Walk To Work Day today 13th March –  you’ll be in good company on the footpaths!

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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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The Kingdom of the Machines

If you could ask an alien looking down at Wellington from outer space (via a translator, obviously), “which things here are in charge of this place?” what do you think they’d answer? 

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Wet weekend reading 11.2.18

A special Wet Weekend edition – bonus for that soggy Sunday

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That tree: What did it ever do for you?  

Do you have trees in the street you live? Or at the place you work?  Are they big or small? Your answers may say something about your quality of life  

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