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The New Zealand Transportation Agency (NZTA) and Dunedin City Council (DCC) have released a summary report that provides recommendations for improving long term cycle safety on the state highway that runs through Dunedin. The report recommends constructing a protective barrier … Continue reading
After several years of back and forth discussion, in July 2013, the University of Otago Property Services Department made good on a February 2012 public commitment to open up the Leith walk to improved shared path access. Making it easier … Continue reading
“The Strategic Cycle Network is a group of cycle routes that connect Dunedin’s key destinations… the network is designed to provide greater connectivity and safety for cyclists.” – Dunedin City Council website Today, the Infrastructure Services Committee will consider a … Continue reading
We know it never rains in Dunedin :), but here are some tips for cycling in the rain anyway from Peter Walker of The Guardian’s Bike Blog. • Don’t over-dress Much worse than getting soaked on a bike is getting steamed … Continue reading