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      • Reasons to be cheerful
        • 24 Sep 2021
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • Here's 8 reasons to be optimistic about Wellington City Council's new Bike Network Plan​Yesterday Wellington City Council voted 14-2 to consult on their new Bike Network Plan.
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      • LTP presentation to WCC
        • 24 May 2021
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • On Thursday 20 May I spoke to Wellington City Councillors about their proposed Long Term Plan.
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      • Support healthy streets in WCC's LTP
        • 23 Apr 2021
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • Wellington City Council's Long Term Plan consultation is an opportunity to make our city more liveable, healthy & inclusive​Public and active transport infrastructure is an investment in the common good.
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      • Support a WCC voting records database
        • 30 Mar 2021
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • If you are interested in local government in Wellington please support this call for Wellington City Council (WCC) to create an electronic database of councillor voting records​If you're already on-board you can go straight to the bottom and sign up.
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      • The Parade Downgrade
        • 22 Feb 2021
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • ​At Wellington City Council's Long Term Planning meeting on Thursday they finally showed their hand and tried to kill off Island Bay's long overdue Parade Upgrade for good.
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      • Cycle-killer, qu'est-ce que c'est?
        • 16 Feb 2021
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • Wellington City Council's draft Long Term Plan is a kick in the guts for cycling​Wellington City Council has just released their draft 2021-31 Long Term Plan and Budget for consultation and it doesn't make pretty reading for cycling.
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      • Why are we waiting?
        • 3 Mar 2020
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • What the hell is going on with Newtown Connections and The Parade Upgrade? This is an updated version of a blog written in August 2019: Time to deliver The Island Bay Cycleway has been caught up in the excruciating delays to the Newtown Connections project ​​The latest update from Wellington City Council about the Newtown Connections project tells us nothing new.
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      • WCC election power ratings!
        • 1 Oct 2019
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • Here's what you've all been waiting for - the Wellington local body election 'poll of polls'Voting in local body elections closes on October 12.
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      • Time to deliver
        • 28 Aug 2019
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • It's time for Wellington City Council to deliver on its Island Bay Cycleway promisesThe Island Bay Cycleway has been caught up in the excruciating delays to the Newtown Connections projectThe Newtown Connections project is being delayed - again.
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      • What now for the Island Bay cycleway?
        • 28 Jun 2019
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • The Island Bay Residents Association's legal challenge failed in court so what now for the Island Bay cycleway?​Unless you've been living under a rock you will now be aware that the Island Bay Resident's Association's legal challenge against the Island Bay cycleway failed in the High Court.
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      • Bus changes bad for bikes too
        • 2 May 2019
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • It's well documented that Wellington's July 2018 bus network changes have been tough on bus passengers but they've also had a negative impact some of the transport network's most vulnerable users - people on bikes.
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      • Donating to IBRA? Read this first
        • 17 Feb 2019
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • If you're thinking about financially supporting the Island Bay Residents Association's judicial review you might want to read this first.
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      • Berhampore, we have a problem
        • 5 Dec 2018
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • The Berhampore shops on Adelaide Road might be the trickiest part to get right in the entire Newtown Connections consultationBack in April 2015 the Dominion Post ran a story on the boutiques of Berhampore which focused on the 1st anniversary of a handful of new businesses in the area.
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      • Rotten tomatoes for Graeme Tuckett
        • 22 Nov 2018
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • A super snarky response to Graeme Tuckett's half-baked reckons on Wellington cyclewaysDominion Post movie reviewer Graeme Tuckett had an opinion piece published yesterday that suggests some Quick and simple steps Wellington can take right now to help cyclists.
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      • Newtown Connections - Have Your Say
        • 18 Nov 2018
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • The Newtown Connections packages are good but they could be a lot better ​The next stage of Wellington City Council's Newtown Connections project is now underway.
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      • WCC agrees new funding plan for The Parade
        • 19 Oct 2018
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • ​I attended Wellington City Council's City Strategy Committee meeting on Thursday morning to talk about their new proposal for funding The Parade upgrade by rolling it into a $32 million integrated plan for the southern suburbs, including the Newtown Connections project.
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      • Get your facts right
        • 6 Sep 2018
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • A recent Dominion Post story blaming the cycleway for a dairy closing was long on opinions and short on factsI was sad to read the story in the Dominion Post a couple of weeks ago about another Island Bay dairy set to close amid claims of cycleway parking issues.
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      • Why I support the judicial review
        • 21 May 2018
        • Island Bay Healthy Streets
        • Here's why the judicial review of the cycleway is an absolutely terrible idea that I support anywayAs recently reported in the Dominion Post Wellington City Council has received a letter from a lawyer acting for the Island Bay Residents Association (IBRA), indicating the group intends to take judicial review proceedings over the Island Bay Cycleway.
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