Category Archives: Education

Report from the Velo-City Conference – Phil Shoemack

I was fortunate to attend the 2012 Velo-city conference in Vancouver from June 26-29, 2012.  This annual international meeting brings cycling advocates, researchers, politicians, and urban planners together from round the world.  It is usually held in Europe, a reflection … Continue reading

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Smart Transport for New Zealand – Stop New Zealand going down the wrong road

Spending a huge proportion of our transport budget on costly new motorways – the “Roads of National Significance” – is reckless and will not deliver the transport future we want. These motorways come at the expense of funding smarter, future-proofed … Continue reading

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Catch up with the bicycle

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Road User Workshops – 25/26 May 2012

Dunedin is the first city in the South Island to be hosting a Road User Workshop. These workshops are fully subsidised by NZTA,  facilitated by CAN and BikeNZ and are offered to Truck, Bus drivers and Cyclists for free. The … Continue reading

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Webinar: Delivering Cycling Projects: A win-win for councils and residents

Patrick Morgan and Jena Niquidat from Cycling Advocates Network (CAN) and Owen Mata from Hastings District Council will discuss how delivering cycling projects is a win-win for councils and residents. Learn how other cities are rolling out cycling projects and … Continue reading

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