Kelston - New Lynn Cycling Improvements

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Background

Earlier this year, we carried out a travel behaviour survey to understand how people in Kelston and New Lynn move around their community.

The feedback we received reflected that the Kelston and New Lynn communities would be interested in accommodating walking and cycling as a part of their commute if we provided a safer cycling and walking infrastructure. The responses also reflected the need for activations and social cycling and walking events in Kelston and New Lynn

Click here to find the survey report: Travel behaviour insights survey feedback report

This followed engagement in 2016 where we consulted with the Avondale and New Lynn community about how they felt about cycling in their neighbourhood. The 550 submissions we received contributed towards changes to the cycle network in the area through the Avondale - New Lynn shared path, Seabrook cycleway and separated cycle lanes on Clark Street.

We are now focusing on extending this safe cycling and walking network to the wider New Lynn, Kelston and Glen Eden community through the local streets with Climate Action Transport Targeted Rate (CATTR) funding.

Next steps

We will be in touch with our partners, stakeholders and community with more information.

Background

Earlier this year, we carried out a travel behaviour survey to understand how people in Kelston and New Lynn move around their community.

The feedback we received reflected that the Kelston and New Lynn communities would be interested in accommodating walking and cycling as a part of their commute if we provided a safer cycling and walking infrastructure. The responses also reflected the need for activations and social cycling and walking events in Kelston and New Lynn

Click here to find the survey report: Travel behaviour insights survey feedback report

This followed engagement in 2016 where we consulted with the Avondale and New Lynn community about how they felt about cycling in their neighbourhood. The 550 submissions we received contributed towards changes to the cycle network in the area through the Avondale - New Lynn shared path, Seabrook cycleway and separated cycle lanes on Clark Street.

We are now focusing on extending this safe cycling and walking network to the wider New Lynn, Kelston and Glen Eden community through the local streets with Climate Action Transport Targeted Rate (CATTR) funding.

Next steps

We will be in touch with our partners, stakeholders and community with more information.

Page last updated: 21 Jun 2024, 05:21 PM