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  •   Home > News > Business

    A group of Wellington businesses have put the brakes on a central city cycleway

    A group of Wellington businesses have put the brakes on a central city cycleway


    The High Court has granted an interim order to pause the construction of the bike network between Newtown and Courtney Place.

    The group argue there was a lack of consultation on the plan.

    Building of the cycleway can't continue now till a full hearing later in the year.

    Local business owner Myles Gazley says they're pleased with the High Court's decision and hope's their case will see Wellington get fit-for-purpose cycling infrastructure that works for everyone.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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