Take a walk
When you don't have to keep your eyes on the road, you can enjoy Wellington’s amazing sights. Take the long way home – or walk a different route to see something new, like the Leeds Street and Masons Lane laneways. Include a park or garden, discover a new cafe, or throw in a hill to get your heart rate up.
Get on your bike
More Wellingtonians are choosing to get around by bike. It's great for your health and for the environment. If you're new to two-wheeled transport, we've got some tips and tricks – and Pedal Ready can sort you out with a free skills session.
We want to make biking around Wellington easier and safer for everyone. Over the next 10 years we're building a connected cycle network covering the whole of Wellington.
Share the ride
Car share schemes are great if you sometimes need access to a car but don't want to own one. There are a few operators in the city already.
Using car share vehicles in Wellington
You could also try carpooling either for your regular commute, or a one-off journey.
Electrify your commute
Electric vehicles are the way of the future, whether it’s an electric/hybrid car, motorbike, e-bike or even an e-skateboard.
We’re investing in electric vehicle charging infrastructure around Wellington City and recently installed 28 charging stations on 14 residential streets. For a list of all charging locations visit plugshare.com
Meanwhile e-bikes take the wind and hills out of your cycling commute, while conveniently being charged by Wellington’s windfarms (at least some of the way).
Watch a video about how Wellingtonians are using electric vehicles.