Cycle route feasibility and city parking

### ODT Online Wed, 28 Apr 2010
Opus to investigate cycle routes
By Mark Price
Consultants have been engaged by the Dunedin City Council to explore the best route for cyclists to traverse the hills between Dunedin and Mosgiel. Acting manager transportation planning Lisa Clifford confirmed yesterday Opus International had taken up a $50,000 contract to prepare a feasibility study into possible cycle routes.
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This is not a success story….

### ODT Online Wed, 28 Apr 2010
Parking debacle: DCC makes 150 changes
By David Loughrey
A raft of parking changes made in Dunedin during the past few months appears to have brought the debacle of the Dunedin City Council’s new parking strategy to a close.

An independent report would be written on the strategy’s release to discover “how we could have interacted better, so we can learn and go forward”.
-Cr Syd Brown

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DCC Media Release – Parking Review Cases Settled
Last reviewed: 27 Apr 2010 12:05pm

Post by Elizabeth Kerr


Filed under Economics, Geography, Project management, Urban design

2 responses to “Cycle route feasibility and city parking

  1. wirehunt

    Why wouldn’t you upgrade the backroad that runs from Wingatui to the top of Three Mile Hill?

    Or is this aimed to get people to ride to work everyday?

  2. Stu

    The Friends Hill Road? That would be a major upgrade for drainage and surfacing. Plus it’s a steep steep bike climb – not many could do that easily.

    Last time I went up there on the unsurfaced road, I had to get off and push because my MTB tyres got so clogged with clay mud it was unrideable.

    The tunnel is the way to go. Delta should run ducting through it for fibre and lighting and go along the railway line to Mosgiel.

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