SPOKES Needs You!The more members, the more likely Dunedin becomes a good place to be a cyclist. Find out how you can add your voice to SPOKES!
- Graham Anderson on 2014 year in review!
- GSVNoFixedAbode on Video Cameras – Not Just for Extreme Sports
- patrickmorgancan on Roberts/Wharf St intersection: a model of community engagement
Hazards, accidents and bad driversSomething happen while you were riding? Report hazards, accidents and bad drivers in Dunedin.
Top Posts & Pages
The First Dunedin Cyclists
“You won’t necessarily change the world by riding a bike, but because you ride a bike you may decide to change the world.”
Category Archives: Policy
It’s been quiet – projects like the separated cycle lanes on the one-ways have been progressing – but things are going to crank up again over the next six months. You and your voice are going to be important in … Continue reading
Summary A change of scope is needed for Dunedin’s cycling network, but it is unclear what the DCC’s change in scope actually means, and higher standard cycleways are only part of the story. Spokes Dunedin has a vision for … Continue reading
Spokes Dunedin chair, Robert Thompson, provides a look back at 2014 as we dive into 2015 In 2014, Dunedin continued pushing the boundaries of urban cycling in New Zealand, but there have been substantial growing pains as the city, and … Continue reading
Today, the Otago Daily Times reports that business owners in the Harbourside area around Roberts and Kitchener Streets oppose a “proposed” cycle route along Wharf Street, and claim that there has been no consultation and they have not been listened … Continue reading
Dunedin City Council seems to be facing yet another public relations disaster associated with the South Dunedin Strategic Cycle Network. Targeted consultation on a proposed shared path along Victoria Rd is now open and it seems no one is particularly … Continue reading