We are looking at how we can make improvements for people travelling by bus, on bikes, or walking between the Johnsonville triangle and the inner city via Ngā Ūranga Gorge.
Find out about each project we are working on, what part of Wellington city it's in and what stage it's at. If it's 'open for consultation', you can give feedback on the project.
Where our projects are happening
Our aim is to move more people with fewer vehicles. To get there, we will deliver a series of projects to provide more attractive travel choices, reduce carbon emissions and reshape how we live and get around. The below map shows all of the projects we're working on and how they fit together to create a better city for us all.
Cobham Drive Crossing and Safer Speeds
People-friendly City Streets
Open for consultation
There are no projects currently open for consultation.
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In June 2022 the Government and our partners made some big decisions about the future of Wellington, mass rapid transit, improvements at the Basin Reserve and an extra Mt Victoria Tunnel as part of our multi-billion dollar plan to move more people with fewer vehicles, enable more housing, and help reduce emissions.
We're transforming Thorndon Quay and Hutt Road to provide safe and reliable travel choices for everyone and create a more attractive street environment.
Creating a better environment for walking, to make the central city safer and a more enjoyable place to spend time in.
We’re revitalising the Golden Mile to move more people with fewer vehicles, creating space for thriving and attractive streets in the heart of Wellington.
Transforming the way we travel by creating safer and more efficient connections within and between Wellington city and suburban centres.
We will be making improvements to Featherston Street and Southwest Te Aro to make it easier and safer for people to walk, cycle, and use public transport.
We will be making improvements to the John Street to Taranaki Street Connection to make it easier and safer for people to walk, cycle, and use public transport.
We will be making improvements to the Miramar to City Connection to make it easier and safer for people to walk, cycle, and use public transport.
We’re building a roundabout on Aotea Quay to replace the signalised intersection.