We manage the Metlink public transport network with more than 38 million journeys a year. This connects people throughout the Wellington region with a huge public transport network.
The network includes over 100 bus routes and 200 school bus services, 4 passenger rail lines and the 4 harbour ferry stops. We also look after the local railway stations and bus and ferry shelters.
Need help planning your journey? Check out these resources!
Google Maps has journey planner tools and a layer that shows suggested cycle routes.
You can feedback to Google with anything that needs updating (e.g. routes).
Learn how to use Google Maps through their help centre and You Tube videos.
Download the app from Apple or Google Play.
Open Street Map
Open Street Map also has a cycling layer with cycling routes and journey planner tools.
It is an open source map which means the general public can update it.
You can learn how to use it here, including how to add to it.
Greater Wellington cycle maps
Greater Wellington produces cycle maps that are available at Greater Wellington's Cuba Street office, visitor centres and bike shops around the region.
Contact the Metlink Contact Centre for help with your bus, train and ferry trips. They also have hot tips for people considering riding a bike.