The proposed changes will improve the look and feel of this area, and create more space for people. They include:
We’re proposing changes that will make more space for people and give everyone better access to this amazing coastal area.
1 / 6
A separate footpath and two-way bike path are proposed to replace the existing shared path between Greta Point and Cobham Drive, including through Cog Park. There will be three new raised crossings, two of these in the busy Greta Point area.
The new paths will complete the coastal route between Miramar and the central city, and to Kilbirnie shops, and make this area more accessible for everyone.
2 / 6
A two-way bike path and a separate footpath are proposed to replace the existing shared path between Greta Point and Cobham Drive, including through Cog Park. The new paths would complete the coastal route between Miramar to the central city, improve the connection to Kilbirnie shops and encourage more people of all ages and abilities to walk or bike.
3 / 6
We’re working with Greater Wellington Regional Council to make bus trips quicker and more reliable. For this project, we have looked at the number and spacing of bus stops on this part of the number 24 bus route and are proposing some changes.
4 / 6
The proposed changes will make more space for people on this busy transport route and encourage more of us to walk or bike or take the bus. Raised pedestrian crossings will help to encourage safer speeds and make things easier and safer for people who live or work here, and for the many Wellingtonians who use this area for recreation or as part of their commute.
5 / 6
Landscape and urban design improvements on the seaward side between Cog Park and Greta Point will make this area more accessible. The improvements will enhance the Evans Bay Patent Slip and provide more places to stop and enjoy the view.
6 / 6
Download a full pdf of the draft plans