Cycleways

DCC cycleways man quits

DCC cycleways man quits

The Dunedin City Council manager overseeing the rollout of the bungled South Dunedin cycle network has quit.

Successful cycleways possible

Successful cycleways possible

Andrew Whiley writes in support of well designed cycleways. 

'Active transport' worthwhile goal

'Active transport' worthwhile goal If Dunedin is to become a city that is easy to cycle in, driving will have to become harder, Ben Wooliscroft says.

$570,000 lift to speed up city cycleway

$570,000 lift to speed up city cycleway

More than half a million dollars from the Government has provided a ''wonderful'' boost to Dunedin's cycleway network, Mayor Dave Cull says.

Should the DCC continue with its plan for the Portobello Rd cycleway?

Yes, it should go ahead. No, back to the drawing board. Not sure

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*ODT columnist Dave Cannan tests out the Dunedin cycleway. See how he found it 

 

Cycle project scaled back

Cycle project scaled back

The Dunedin City Council has been forced to pare back original plans for the controversial South Dunedin Cycle Network, as the true costs of the project become apparent.

Businesses opposed to cycleway

Businesses opposed to cycleway

A group of Dunedin businesses is the latest to take a stand against cycleways in the city, getting together to oppose a route through the harbourside industrial area.

Cycleways 'a bit more difficult'

Cycleways 'a bit more difficult'

The Dunedin City Council says it is taking stock of the South Dunedin cycle network and reviewing the way forward as project costs and complications start to mount.

Cycle lane usage confusion reigns

Cycle lane usage confusion reigns

Changes made to accommodate a cycle lane on Portobello Rd continue to generate complaints, but the Dunedin City Council says it will still be weeks before the problem is sorted.

'Sharrows' to help cyclists

'Sharrows' to help cyclists

It might be a little safer for people to cycle in central Dunedin from next week.

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