Zoom in to find the new bike facilities near you.
We're making things better for bikes all the time. Take a look at these recent improvements around town – or check out our existing bike parks and fix-it stands.
New bike fix-it stands
- Hutt Road (under Aotea Quay overbridge)
- Ngaio (Ottawa Road, outside the library)
- Karori (by the car park on the Zealandia side of Karori Tunnel)
New bike parks
- Central city — two-tier bike rack with space for 60 bikes on Grey Street
- Seatoun — 2 racks in the village and 5 on Marine Parade
- Lyall Bay — 3 racks on the western end of Lyall Parade
- Miramar — 2 racks outside Weta on Camperdown Road
- Central city — 3 racks outside Embassy on Kent Terrace
- Hataitai — 4 racks on Waitoa Road
Other new improvements for bikes
- Push channel for bikes up the steps between Walden Street and Strathmore Avenue.
- LED lights in the airport tunnel and CCTV cameras at both ends.
- Wider uphill lane for bikes on part of Bowen Street (Lambton Quay to The Terrace).
- Southbound cycle lane on Featherston Street has been extended between Bunny Street and Ballance Street.
- Kerb ramps on Chaffers Street and Johnston Street to make it easier to cross to the waterfront.
- People on bikes will soon have their own crossings and signals – separate from pedestrians – at the intersections of Tory and Cable streets and Willeston Street and Jervois Quay.
- A dual pedestrian/bike crossing on Jervois Quay between the Michael Fowler car park and St John’s Bar.
At Bike Space we want to get more people riding bikes. But to have more people riding bikes we need more working bikes in the world. We think knowledge is best shared, so we want to give you the skills to fix and maintain your own bike. Hopefully this means you will feel more connected to your bike and ride more.
We have created a space where anyone, including those with no prior knowledge or experience, can feel safe to challenge themselves, experiment and learn about bikes.
Discrimination of any type is not tolerated in this space.
It’s getting better all the time!
Get the latest on bigger projects that are improving cycling in Wellington - visit transportprojects.org.nz