Greater Wellington will consider extending half price fares while it works towards implementing age-based public transport discounts announced on 18 May in Budget 2023.
Communities keen to restore our region’s biodiversity are invited to get out their green thumbs.
A marine exclusion zone has been established around the area where a Shelly Bay wharf building caught fire early Wednesday morning.
Councillor Yadana Saw in front of the Metlink bus decal at the Bikespace workshop.
Greater Wellington is inviting people to learn about restoration and connect with conservationists for the first ever Restoration Week, from Sunday 21 – Saturday 27 May.
Greater Wellington welcomes Budget 2023’s free fares for under 13-year-olds and half price fares for all people aged 13-25All Tags
Greater Wellington Regional Council welcomed news today that free fares for under 13-year-olds and half-price fares for anyone 25 and under, will be funded as part of the Government’s Budget 2023…
Greater Wellington has been awarded $3. 6 million from the Ministry for Primary Industry’s (MPI) Hill Country Erosion Fund for the regional council’s Wellington Erosion Control Initiative (WRECI).
Following a record-breaking Movin’ March that saw 140 schools commit to active travel, Greater Wellington is celebrating some lucky winners among the nearly 38,000 students who had the opportunity to take part.…
Greater Wellington seeks further assurances from KiwiRail on critical risks for Metlink rail networkAll Tags
A set of assurances has been requested from KiwiRail by Greater Wellington after the equipment failure that led to speed restrictions on the Metlink rail network.
Regional councillors will hear from Metlink on a new initiative for the FIFA Women’s World Cup at a Transport Committee meeting on Thursday 4 May.