Article 27 January 2020

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Media release 5 December 2019

Minister, Mayor and Chair welcome next phase for Let’s Get Wellington Moving
Both Greater Wellington Regional Council and Wellington City Council will vote on a new relationship and funding agreement, including advancing funding, for the next phase of the $6.4 billion Let’s Get Wellington Moving programme at council meetings next week.


Media release 14 November 2019

Next stage underway for mass rapid transit and state highway projects
Contracts for the next stage of engineering, design, and planning work on the two largest projects in Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) have gone out for tender.

Media release 6 November 2019

Moving towards safer speeds in the central city and a more people-friendly Golden Mile 
Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) is seeking feedback from the community on two projects – lower speed limits in the central city, and what’s needed to create a more people-friendly Golden Mile.
LGWM engagement open on golden mile and safer speeds

Media release 14 October 2019

Let’s Get Wellington Moving meets with industry on large projects
- Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) met with more than 250 representatives of the professional services industry in Auckland and Wellington today to brief them on the large components of the $6.4 billion programme and LGWM’s upcoming business case work.



Media Release 15 August 2019 

Let’s Get Wellington Moving gears up
The first contract of Let’s Get Wellington Moving’s (LGWM) early delivery programme will be up for tender next week, a milestone for LGWM’s next phase, says Programme Director Andrew Body.



15 November 2017 

Public engagement begins on Wellington’s transport future
Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) has launched its next phase of public engagement and announced it is seeking feedback until 15 December from the public and stakeholders on scenarios designed to help Wellington grow and make the most of its opportunities. 



15 November 2017 

Scenarios aim to move more people without more vehicles
Let’s Get Wellington Moving has released four scenarios for developing Wellington’s transport system and supporting the city’s growth while making it safer and easier for people to get around.



15 November 2017

Have your say on let’s Get Wellington Moving
To see the full document with all four scenarios, please click the link below.



15 Nov 2017 

Let’s Get Wellington Moving Questions and Answers
For a full set of questions and answers related to the four transport scenarios recently released by Let’s Get Wellington Moving for public comment and feedback, please click the link below.



26 June 2017 

LGWM Brief for mass-transit corridors and future-proofing for light rail
As part of our work Let’s Get Wellington Moving have commissioned an independent study by WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, a multinational engineering consultancy, to review the assumptions made regarding mass transit routes in Wellington.


29 March 2017 

Transport workshops underway to help Let’s Get Wellington Moving prepare for wider public engagement
Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) is running a series of independently-facilitated community and stakeholder workshops, which started this evening, to discuss transport focus areas in Wellington and help LGWM prepare for wider public engagement. 

Transport Workshops Underway 


1 July 2016  

More than 10,000 people involved in the Let’s Get Wellington Moving Conversation
More than 10,000 people participated in a recent public engagement campaign held by Let's Get Wellington Moving. As well as seeking public opinion the Let’s get Wellington Moving team has been undertaking one of the biggest ever transport data collections in Wellington, tracking real time traffic movements across all modes between Ngauranga and the Airport. While analysis of this massive data set is still in progress some early insights and common themes are also emerging.

Walking the talk

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