The following posts are filed under: walking.
In the third of our series, Dayna Berghan-Whyman – one of Talk Wellington’s social media gurus – shares her school run commute – featuring doom, a cafe, a car saleyard, poppies, and an enormous cat.Read More
On Friday the Transport Minister announced the 2018-21 funding from the National Land Transport Fund. It’s a big deal because it’s the tax money that funds how we get around. The press release is the usual stuff, but here’s what they say Wellington’s going to get…Read More
Guest author Lizzy H loves the bubble she get around in. But she also wonders: are our bubbles making us less human?Read More
Guest poster Ben T writes: we love our kids, so we…behave at our worst, and endanger them where they congregate every day – often spoiling rare time together. And no-one seems capable of calling out what’s behind it all.Read More
There’s no better way to move lots of us around our region. While the lion’s share of investment’s been going to roads, Wellington’s rail network is finally getting a little love. Greater Auckland’s resident trainspotter Harriet Gale takes a look at our proposed improvements.Read More
The crossing arrangements by Hood St put the needs of walking Wellingtonians firmly in second place after cars. Our guest poster Walker reckons this is philosophically wrong because cities are for people.Read More
The End is Naenae peers into the history of Upper Hutt and finds a little gem that will soon be added to the regional necklace of connected biking and walking trails – but it won’t come free. Between Upper Hutt and Featherston, hidden behind Kingsley Heights in the Rimutakas, are six tunnels known best to…Read More