Wakatipu Way to Go

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The journeys you make every day should be safe, easy and able to support both your working and social life.

This is why the Queenstown Lakes District Council, the New Zealand Transport Agency and Otago Regional Council are committed to working together to provide you with an enduring, affordable, safe transport system, which also provides you with transport choice.

Our partnership is known as Wakatipu Way to Go and recognises that all three agencies have an important role to play in driving change. We also know there is a lot to think about and this document is designed to bring our work together in one place, so that you can see what we are up to and participate.

Your feedback is essential to the right decisions being made, so please familiarise yourself with the information here and make time to complete the survey.

Planning an effective network requires insights and ideas from the people who use it every day. Whether you’re a cyclist, a pedestrian, motorist or public transport user, you’ll have slightly different perspectives. Everything you tell us will have value and together we can build a network for the future that we will be proud of.

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Thank you for taking part, we appreciate the time you are taking out of your day to provide us with this detailed information.

The journeys you make every day should be safe, easy and able to support both your working and social life.

This is why the Queenstown Lakes District Council, the New Zealand Transport Agency and Otago Regional Council are committed to working together to provide you with an enduring, affordable, safe transport system, which also provides you with transport choice.

Our partnership is known as Wakatipu Way to Go and recognises that all three agencies have an important role to play in driving change. We also know there is a lot to think about and this document is designed to bring our work together in one place, so that you can see what we are up to and participate.

Your feedback is essential to the right decisions being made, so please familiarise yourself with the information here and make time to complete the survey.

Planning an effective network requires insights and ideas from the people who use it every day. Whether you’re a cyclist, a pedestrian, motorist or public transport user, you’ll have slightly different perspectives. Everything you tell us will have value and together we can build a network for the future that we will be proud of.

How to take part

Step 1:

Step 2:

Thank you for taking part, we appreciate the time you are taking out of your day to provide us with this detailed information.

Walking, Cycling and Ferries interactive map

8 months

We're looking for some location based feedback on our trails and potential ferry locations.   

We'd love to hear from regular trail users (or potential walkers and cyclists) on what's working well, what needs improvement or any other suggestions you have for how we can help make walking and cycling your preferred way to get around.  

We'd also love to get your ideas on appropriate locations for ferry terminals. 

Zoom in on the map then drag and drop the pins below to share your thoughts.  

We're looking for some location based feedback on our trails and potential ferry locations.   

We'd love to hear from regular trail users (or potential walkers and cyclists) on what's working well, what needs improvement or any other suggestions you have for how we can help make walking and cycling your preferred way to get around.  

We'd also love to get your ideas on appropriate locations for ferry terminals. 

Zoom in on the map then drag and drop the pins below to share your thoughts.  

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded