Submissions

CAN regularly provides submissions to central government agencies on relevant legislation and policy proposals. Copies of these submissions are available below for downloading. Many of CAN's local groups also make submissions on local projects and strategies, as well as national consultation documents. If you think there is a public consultation document/issue that CAN should make a submission on, let us know!

Submission to Climate Change consultation for Ministry for Environment

Submission to Ministry for the Environment regarding climate change target

CAN is deeply concerned about climate change.  

CAN strongly supports evidence-based decision-making, and the evidence available strongly supports robust action.

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Wellington City Council Draft Waterfront Development Plan 2015 – Cycle Aware Wellington submission

Key points of our submission

● We highly recommend that WCC builds segregated cycle lanes on the waterfront Quays

(Waterloo/Customhouse/Jervois Quay)

● Segregated cycle lanes on the Quays fit very well in with WCC’s aims as listed in

‘measurement of performance’.

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Wellington City Council Urban Growth Implementation Plan 2015 – Cycle Aware Wellington submission

Key points of our submission

● We strongly support the implementation of a cycle network as described on page 18. We would to like to see this list backed up by projects and timelines

● We support redevelopments of Kent/Cambridge Terraces and Adelaide road (p27) providing high quality cycleways are built on this necessary route.

● We recommend the Aro Street Development and RNS projects to provide cycle provisions early on what is currently a dangerous area for people cycling.

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Wellington City Council 10­year plan – Cycle Aware Wellington submission 2015

Key points of our submission

● We strongly support the implementation of a cycle network as per point 11.

● We support redevelopments of Kent/Cambridge Terraces and Adelaide road providing high

quality cycleways on this necessary route. We encourage the council to put more routes

down.

● Building cycling infrastructure will help with most​of the other ‘ideas’ presented in the plan.

● The infrastructure and financial strategy documents need to back the ‘idea’ of cycling with

real detail.

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Shape your region GWRC 10 Year Plan 2015-2025 – Cycle Aware Wellington submission

Key points of our submission

● Increasing cycling mode share benefits the environment and all transport users

● GWRC should work with local bodies to create an attractive and efficient cycling network in

the Wellington Region

● Existing educational and promotional activities should be expanded

● Cycling should be integrated with public transport

● eBikes should be promoted

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Waikato Regional Council - Draft Regional Public Transport Plan 2015-2025 - Cycle Action Waikato Submission

Waikato Regional Council - Draft Regional Public Transport Plan 2015-2025

more infomrmation - http://www.waikatoregion.govt.nz/Council/Policy-and-plans/Transport-poli...

Peter Bos and Rob Davidson - Cycle Action Waikato Submission

 

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Submission to the Hamilton City Council 30 year vision for cycling in Hamilton

The following submission has been compiled by Cycle Action Waikato (CAW) to outline to the reader the important requirements essential to make a dedicated cycle network a success. We would emphasize that building a dedicated cycle network in Hamilton is not an experiment but a well proven piece of urban infrastructure that has been successfully built in many overseas cities. We urge you to open all the attached links under heading 6.0 Reference material as this is important support material for this submission.

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