APRIL - MAY 2016

Listening to Wellingtonians

We talked to people, groups, and organisations across the region to share what they love about Wellington City and what frustrates them about getting
around it. 

April - June 2016

Collecting the data

In addition to listening to people’s experiences, we collected a wealth of data.

JULY 2016

Establishing principles

Public feedback helped us define 12 guiding principles to be used as the basis for planning and assessing potential solutions.

July - September 2016

Defining the problem

By understanding what people thought about Wellington as well as the hard data, we were able to identify Wellington City’s current transport system problems.

October - November 2016

Establishing assessment criteria

We developed assessment criteria based on the 12 design and transport principles. 

December 2016

Developing scenarios

We used the assessment criteria to help filter a long list of scenarios to create a draft short list of scenarios.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY 2017

Publishing our Progress Report

We released a Progress Report. This outlined the problems that Let’s Get Wellington Moving is addressing, summarised the work we’ve done so far, and provided some insights about the data we’ve gathered.

MARCH – APRIL 2017

Presenting to Community and Stakeholder Workshops

We put together a range of possible interventions into four focus areas for a series of community and stakeholder workshops. The workshops were independently facilitated and gave us the chance to get initial feedback from the community on possible interventions and shape how we present final scenarios to the wider public later in the year. 

MAY - OCTOBER 2017

Where we are now

We are developing a set of transport models that will allow us to test the future impact of possible scenarios and help assess them against the performance measures. We are developing a shortlist of scenarios and preparing for public consultation.

November 2017

Engaging the wider public

We will publish an options report and seek input and feedback from Wellingtonians on the shortlisted scenarios.

Timing to be confirmed

Identifying a preferred solution

Using the results of evaluation and public feedback, we will develop a preferred solution that best meets the programme objectives. This will also take into account other considerations such as funding and feasibility.

Timing to be confirmed

Preparing an implementation plan

We will develop an implementation plan to help guide the delivery of the preferred solution. This will include an outline of: 

- What will be delivered
- Staging and sequencing
- Who is responsible for delivery
- Funding implications