68 days ago

A Very Welly Christmas 2019 event

Community Engagement Advisor from Metlink: On Our Way

This weekend Saturday 23rd to Sunday 24th November the annual ‘A Very Welly Christmas’ event is happening again. Sadly our buses won’t be able to join in the fun and festivities on Lambton Quay and will have to be diverted during this time.

For more information visit: www.metlink.org.nz... or go to MyMetlink or download the Metlink App.

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More messages from your neighbours
4 days ago

Bus Network Timetable Changes from 26 Jan

Roger from Roseneath

Check out any bus network timetable changes from 26 Jan that might affect you in Hataitai, Lyall Bay, Newtown, Kilbirnie, Seatoun, Karori, Miramar, Strathmore, University, Northland, Wrights Hill, Wilton, Roseneath, Mt Vic, Eastbourne. All changes are up on the Metlink website, detailed under the route neighbourhoods - www.metlink.org.nz...

1 hour ago

MOA POINT SLUDGE UPDATE – 28 JAN

The Team from Wellington Water

We have begun CCTV through the Mt Albert tunnel, which is an essential part to our investigations, helping us to understand the extent of the fault and look into solutions for the long term repair.

Trucks continue their operations 24/7, transporting sludge from the treatment plant to the landfill. The drivers have been greeted with a positive response from the community, with the sign pictured appearing on the route to the landfill.

We will be sharing weekly updates on the Moa Point situation as works continue. However, we will provide further updates should anything change.

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1 day ago

Poll: E-scooters: should they stay or should they go?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Wellington is in a spin over e-scooters, with the city council receiving nearly 5000 submissions ahead of a decision on whether 800 electric scooters, operated by Uber-owned Jump and local startup Flamingo, will stay on the streets for the duration of an 18-month trial. What do you want to happen to the e-scooters?
www.stuff.co.nz...

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E-scooters: should they stay or should they go?
  • 16.6% Keep them, they're great
    16.6% Complete
  • 45% Keep them, but with better rules and enforcement
    45% Complete
  • 36.9% Get rid of them
    36.9% Complete
  • 1.1% Not sure
    1.1% Complete
  • 0.5% Other (comment below)
    0.5% Complete
1041 votes