Category Archives: Tranport

Public Meeting on WCC Bike Plan, 2 February 2022

When: Wednesday 2 February 2022, 7:30pm Where: Collective Community Hub, Johnsonville Road The Johnsonville Community Association (JCA) and Johnsonville Business Group (JBG) are holding a public meeting to discuss the cycleway proposed for Johnsonville Road. The Wellington City Council (WCC)’s … Continue reading

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JCA Submission on LGWM Mass Rapid Transit & Basin Reserve Exchange Proposal, December 2021

The latest phase of the Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) programme is looking at options for “mass rapid transit” in and across the city. These include new tunnels and light rail. https://hello.lgwm.nz/ View JCA’s submission on the various LGWM proposals … Continue reading

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JCA Submission on WCC Bike Network Plan, December 2021

To enable Wellington to develop a safe, healthy, sustainable transport system, WCC sought feedback on a plan to create a citywide network of connected bike and scooter routes in tandem with walking improvements and big public transport changes. The plan … Continue reading

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JCA Submission on WCC Draft District Plan, December 2021

The Draft District Plan is Wellington’s first fully revised planning rulebook in more than 20 years. https://planningforgrowth.wellington.govt.nz/district-plan-review The plan deals with the major planning and environmental issues facing the city – including housing supply choice and affordability, protecting biodiversity, integrating … Continue reading

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JCA Submissions on WCC Initiatives: Having Our Say

Wellington City Council frequently seeks public feedback on major planning initiatives, to “help make effective and fair decisions”. Each initiative will impact the city and its people for decades to come- your daily commute, your home, and your living environment. … Continue reading

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WCC Spatial Plan: Add Your Voice! (Or Ours…)

WCC Councillors vote tomorrow, 24 June 2021, on proposals for a Spatial Plan that will dramatically change the future shape of Johnsonville. A copy of the JCA presentation outlining our concerns and recommendations will soon be available here. You are … Continue reading

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WCC Roadworks Updates- April 2021

Please find attached the latest information on WCC maintenance work planned for April across Wellington. As always, weather and other factors can impact on the planned programme. For the latest information, please check out the weekly roadworks report on the … Continue reading

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Free Speaker Event (18/03/2021): WCC Manager Transport & Infrastructure Bradley Singh

Thursday 18 March 7:30pm – 9:00pm  Location: Collective Community Hub, 33 Johnsonville Road Bradley Singh, WCC’s Manager of Transport & Infrastructure, will speak about the Council’s current roading improvement projects in our area.   Brad’s presentation covers the road surfacing programme, its constraints, and … Continue reading

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What to do with your Newlands bus card

Wondering what to do with your Newlands bus card when it becomes almost useless on 15 July? JCA has some answers. Continue reading

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They’re taking away our Public Transport Hub

Last month, Wellington City Council approved the consent for redevelopment of Johnsonville Mall. JCA applauds the potential improvement in retail facilities, as local people have been crying out for this for decades. However, with the honey, the Council is also … Continue reading

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