The Auckland Conversations: Liveable=Affordable event was held on Friday 22 September at the Viaduct Events Centre, as part of the RMLA conference.
Auckland Council has been globally recognised by the C40 Cities Awards 2017 as one of the most innovative councils in the world for climate change action.
Councillor Cathy Casey looks at the way the humble bicycle empowered women in New Zealand.
The Shared Path will improve links to local communities and public transport for the eastern suburbs.
Auckland is close to having a fully separated central city cycling loop.
Two new walking and cycling routes will make travel through the inner-west suburbs safer and more enjoyable.
Auckland Transport and the NZ Transport Agency have announced a preferred route for the fourth and final section of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive Shared Path.
Ranui School was the 25th Auckland school to take part in the project, with its bike track opening at the end of July.
This high-risk intersection will have traffic signals installed with improved pedestrian crossings, new cycle lanes and reconfigured traffic lanes.
The first section of one of Auckland's biggest walking and cycling paths is now open, giving communities better access to a sports field and green spaces on the Unitec Campus.