Cycle Aware Wellington

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Do you love cycling? Want more people on bikes, more often? Got a great idea to make cycling in Wellington even better?

Cycle Aware Wellington represents the interests of Wellington cyclists, aiming to have more people on bikes, more often.

Go to CAW's website for the blog, how to join, meetings, our online presence, and much much more!

Cycle Aware Wellington represents the interests of Wellington cyclists.

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Posted on 8 August, 2014 - 18:05 by AlastairS
Present:Patrick, Ed. Jean, Alan, James, Peter, Brian, Ruben, Andy, Adam, Max, Sridhar, Juliet, Mark, Claudia, Tim, Alastair (2x)
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Posted on 29 July, 2014 - 07:21 by AlastairS
Woohoo! Bicycle documentary at the cinema IS GO! Buy tickets, share this post, tell your mates. This is going to be awesome 
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Posted on 28 July, 2014 - 17:18 by AlastairS
Agenda for Cycle Aware Wellington meeting 6-7:30pm Tuesday 5 August, Sustainability Trust, 2 Forresters Lane, off Tory St 
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Posted on 2 July, 2014 - 15:07 by AlastairS
Present:James (chair), Alex, Frank, Peter, Sridhar, Laura, Tom, Elaine, Derek, Ron, Hilleke, Eleanor, Ian, Phaedra, Brian, Patrick, Dolores, Andy, Alastair (minutes)
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Posted on 12 June, 2014 - 17:53 by Patrick
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Posted on 10 June, 2014 - 23:07 by jamesburgess
Present: James (chair), Alan (minutes), Phaedra, Hilleke, Rob, Sarah, Reuben, Alex, Eleanor, Alastair Baldwin, Ian, Don.
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Posted on 26 May, 2014 - 07:22 by AlastairS
Key points of our submission
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Posted on 23 May, 2014 - 11:10 by AlastairS
Key points of our submission:● We strongly support option 2 – kerbside cycle lanes. 
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Posted on 16 May, 2014 - 17:31 by AlastairS
Key points of our submission● We support all the detail in Hutt Cycle Network’s submission.● We urge you to support cycling with greater financial investment.
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Posted on 14 May, 2014 - 16:39 by AlastairS
Agenda: 
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Posted on 12 May, 2014 - 07:56 by AlastairS
Key points of our submission:● Cycling should be seen as a transport system, alongside other modes.
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Posted on 12 May, 2014 - 07:48 by AlastairS
Key points of our submission:
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Posted on 7 May, 2014 - 12:50 by Patrick
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).
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Posted on 29 April, 2014 - 11:30 by Patrick
Hutt City Council has released it's annual plan - with no change to the level of cycle funding.
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Posted on 22 April, 2014 - 12:41 by Patrick
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Posted on 7 April, 2014 - 13:38 by Dirk
NZ Transport Agency 2014 Cycle Friendly Awards** 2014 Finalists now announced! **** 2014 Winners now announced! ** NZ Transport Agency has joined with CAN to support cycling in NZ 2WALKandCYCLE ConferenceNelson is host to the 2 WalkandCycle Conference of which the  Cycle Friendly Awards ceremony is a highlight. This year's bumper crop of nominations features the best efforts of government, business, local groups, and individuals to make cycling an attractive option. This year's awards are held in conjunction with Living Streets Aotearoa's famed Golden Foot Awards. Celebrating walking as the activity each of us does daily the awards recognize best efforts nationwide. 2WALKandCYCLE Conference - Communities on the Move Supporting the Conference theme of "Communities on the move" the thirty awards finalists show case real world examples of how cycling contributes to creating communities where people walk and cycle. Nelson with its 10% walking and 9% cycling modal share is a leading city in making cycling and walking friendly communities. Nelson shows what is possible. Like our finalists learn how to help your local authority to understand that walking and cycling: improve economic development, public health, and the environment promote community well-being enhance quality of life at the personal levelThe award categories offer real world examples of what is being done in New Zealand to let people make the travel mode choices that suit their needs. Whatever your role or interest in furthering active transport you will find opportunities to learn and share from the diversity of people and initiatives represented.  Award categories:  1 ViaStrada Cycle Friendly Commitment by a Public Organisation 2 CAN Best Cycle Facility Project 3 CAN Best Cycling Promotion  4 CAN Cycle Friendly Commitment by a Business  5 CAN Cycle Champion  6 And the Special Auckland Transport Best Walking and Cycling Project Award The Cycle Friendly Awards devised by the Cycling Advocates Network (CAN) in 2003 acknowledge and celebrate notable achievements promoting cycling and cycle-friendly communities. Join with transport decision makers, advocates and other professionals at the 2WalkandCycle Conference 29-31 October. Learn more and register at http://www.2walkandcycle.org.nz/
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Posted on 6 April, 2014 - 21:23 by Patrick
Memorial Ride 15 April 2014Are you as angry as I am about cycling deaths? Let's take action.
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Posted on 31 March, 2014 - 16:22 by Patrick
Meet outside Freyberg Pool at 6pm for 2-3 hour ride: Evans Bay, Maupuia, Strathmore, Kilbirnie. We'll finish at Mt Vic for hot soup. Bring your best lights and reflective gear.
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Posted on 27 March, 2014 - 16:48 by AlastairS
Location: 2 Forresters Lane, opposite Tory St Bunnings, Wellington
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Posted on 18 March, 2014 - 20:36 by AlastairS
WCC has announced plans for improving transport in the Johnsonville Triangle.
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Posted on 11 March, 2014 - 14:13 by Patrick
 Draft Annual Plan 2014/15 - Cycle Aware Wellington submission We would like to present our submission verbally.
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Posted on 10 March, 2014 - 17:15 by Patrick
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Posted on 3 March, 2014 - 13:24 by Patrick
Want better cycling? Have your say today.Good news: the city council is planning to invest $4.3 million in cycling next year, up from $1.8m.
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Posted on 27 February, 2014 - 16:08 by Patrick
Central City Safer Speed Limit - Cycle Aware Wellington submission
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Posted on 26 February, 2014 - 12:28 by Patrick
CAN Submission to WCCFeb 2014
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Posted on 21 February, 2014 - 07:07 by AlastairS
Key points of our submissionWe support both of the rapid transport options - BRT and LRT. However, we want to see thefollowing become part of the chosen option:
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Posted on 21 February, 2014 - 07:05 by AlastairS
Key points of our submission● Cycling tracks and shared paths are low-cost projects with huge benefits for recreation,tourism, safety, and transport.
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Posted on 20 February, 2014 - 20:29 by AlastairS
Sustainability Trust, Foresters LaneAgendaIsland Bay route:
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Posted on 20 February, 2014 - 11:08 by Patrick
caption: Hagley Park, Christchurch
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Posted on 19 February, 2014 - 17:41 by Patrick
Does your bike need some TLC? Got a flat tyre or squeaky brakes?Bring it along and our volunteer mechanics will help fix it up.
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Posted on 14 February, 2014 - 08:56 by claire.pascoe
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Posted on 13 February, 2014 - 17:17 by Patrick
Cycle Aware Wellington is hiring a part-time campaign manager. We need a person to run an effective campaign for quality cycle lanes.
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Posted on 5 February, 2014 - 16:32 by AlastairS
Message from Sport Wellington - nice idea to bike the course before the event!
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Posted on 30 January, 2014 - 16:31 by AlastairS
 
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Posted on 6 December, 2013 - 15:03 by jamesburgess
Two Dutch transport experts visit
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Posted on 3 December, 2013 - 15:30 by Patrick
News release from Cycle Aware Wellington, 3 December 2013
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Posted on 2 December, 2013 - 14:12 by AlastairS
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Posted on 21 November, 2013 - 17:07 by Patrick
At CAN we're united by our love of cycling. Our objective is more people cycling more often.
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Posted on 6 November, 2013 - 20:30 by AlastairS
Present:
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Posted on 5 November, 2013 - 17:07 by Patrick
CAN Aims: Cycling is an everyday actvity in NZ
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