Situation Vacant - Project Based WorkThe Road User Workshop programme is a programme designed to educate cyclists and professional drivers about sharing the road with each other. The programme, developed and delivered by the Cycling Advocates' Network in cooperation with BikeNZ, is currently funded by the Road Safety Trust and overseen by NZTA. Working alongside other road users including representatives from the transport industry, the programme aims to make New Zealand roads a safer and more pleasant environment for all road users.The CAN-managed project requires a project manager to assist with the delivery of the remainder of the project through to the end of 2015.How can you apply? Please forward a current CV and letter of introduction highlighting your related skills and experience, in addition to any restrictions on your availability through December 2015 to email@example.com by...
News: May 2014
It's a huge day for Wellington: am thrilled that our city council today unanimously approved the cycling budget of $4.3m. (For context, total transport budget is $69m).This is a win for all of us - whether you ride a bike or not. Less congestion, less pressure on parking. More fun. More choices. Safer streets. More smiles.Big thanks to everyone who worked over the past decade to get us here. Chapeau!
CAN arranged a series of actions to protect the 1.5 million NZers on bikes. We are calling on all political parties to pledge to act on the Cycling Expert Safety Panel's report, due in Sept. Their first meeting was Tuesday 15 April. These rides celebrate the lives of those people lost to us while cycling and to push for change to ensure these deaths stop. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBnwdQ3rHDQ&feature=youtu.be
Do you want safer and more attractive cycling in New Zealand? Vote cycling.Whether you are a family with kids, a mountain biker, roadie, frock on bike, commuter or simply love to ride, now is the time to take action.The General Election is on Saturday 20 September. We need help to make cycling an election issue, so candidates realise that there are a lot of cyclists out there, most of whom vote.How you can helpVoteCheck your enrolment at elections.org.nzVote for the party and candidate who best reflects your views on cycling.OrganiseTeam up with other cycling advocates. Check here to contact people in your area. You can also find us on Facebook.Join CAN. There's power in numbers.Make a donation. Most of what we achieve is done by volunteers but we need your support to run an office, produce Chainlinks, support our...