Active transport accessory designers wanted

: 30 May 2016
Designers, home sewers & craftspeople, this is your chance to shine - and WIN!

Create a new garment or accessory that illuminates people on foot and bike. Make them stand out at night and your masterpiece could go into production, and on sale in outlets in Wellington region and beyond.

See the website here


Footpath Cycling Petition presented by MP Trevor Mallard

: 9 May 2016

Hon Trevor Mallard Parliament WELLINGTON

Dear Mr Mallard

You recently presented a petition to Parliament proposing that children under 14 and their adult caregivers, and those over 65, should be permitted to cycle on the footpath, contrary to the current New Zealand Land Transport User Rules.


Transport Blog talks about Law Change

: 10 Mar 2016

The Auckland Transport blog has reposted our Law Change proposal after Skye Duncan questioned the law at Auckland Conversations.

Have a look at that link and all the other good things on Auckland Transport Blog


Walk in March - Auckland

: 25 Feb 2016

March is walking month and we're encouraging Aucklanders to take to their feet and discover the many benefits of walking.

Get fit, healthy, have some me time as well as save on petrol and parking!

Walk during March and be in to win heaps of prizes.

See the Aucklnad Transport website to join in the Fun Team Walking challenge

Golden Foot Awards - Nominations Open

: 22 Feb 2016

See the details for the Golden Foot Awards on our Walking Awards page

Nominations close on Monday 1st June 2016.


Minister Bridges meets us in Auckland

: 13 Feb 2016

On Friday Feb 12 we meet with the Minister of Transport Simon Bridges in Auckland.  There were 8 in our delegation representing organisation concerned that the footpath should not get crowded out with new vehicles.  Just that day NZ Post talked about their new delivery tractors going nation wide.

The meeting was good and one of our focus points was asking the Minister to make the NZTA Pedestrian Planning and Design Guide adopted as a standard.

Following is our briefing paper.