- Guide to cycling, walking and bridleway trails on the Kāpiti Coast (PDF, 1.84 MB)
- Council Strategies
- Stride 'n' Ride FAQs (PDF, 225.17 KB)
- Mackays to Peka Peka cycleway, walkway and bridlewaylaunch
- CWB Network Planning Document 2015 (PDF, 1.39 MB)
Stride 'n' Ride Kāpiti Coast
Stride 'n' Ride Kāpiti Coast is our initiative that will make it easier to walk and cycle around our District. Overall it will deliver a $5 million package of shared path improvements between Paekākāriki and Waikanae and will enhance connections to and from our town centres and the Mackays to Peka Peka shared pathway. You can also access our KapitiCoast page for more information on getting around Kāpiti.
Stride 'n' Ride Map now available
Our district has a great network of cycling, walking and bridleway trails that are safe and accessible for people of all ages and levels of fitness. To make it easy for you to get out and explore our trails we've designed a new easy-to-read map. The map lists ten trails covering more than 100 kilometres of the Kāpiti Coast so load up your bike, grab your walking shoes and get out and explore all that our district has to offer.
We expect to keep refining this map and welcome any feedback you have, so send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kāpiti Coast District shared pathway network plan
Our network of cycleways, walkways and bridleways (CWB) has been reviewed to improve the way we get around Kāpiti. We have looked at how we can improve our roads and footpaths to better meet our future needs.
In 2015 Council approved funding to make improvements to our CWB network over the next four years.
Using data from the ‘Getting around Kāpiti’ survey we've come up with a list of 45 different projects to put into the CWB network plan. Each project has an emphasis on improving recreational loops and links to existing cycleways, walkways and bridleways to the town centres.
The Mackays to shared pathway is a fantastic addition to the Kāpiti Coast. We now have a quality off-road cycleway between Poplar Avenue and Peka Peka that connects with the Te Awa o Whareroa cycleway in Queen Elizabeth Park. These two cycleways form the backbone of our off-road cycleway network.
Stride ‘n’ Ride Kāpiti Coast - what's next?
Shared path improvements have been delivered at Tilley Road in Paekākāriki, Poplar Avenue in Raumati South, Raumati Road in Raumati, Mazengarb Road and Kāpiti Road in Paraparaumu, Otaihanga Road in Otaihanga and at the intersection of Park Avenue and Te Moana Road in Waikanae.
Further shared path improvements are planned in Waikanae to enhance connections between the Te Moana interchange and Park Avenue and on Kāpiti Road in Paraparaumu to make it safer and easier to move between Hurley Road and the beach.
This work is being made possible by three-way investment from our Council, the urban cycleways fund and the National Land Transport Fund, (both administered by the NZ Transport Agency).
Park Avenue separated cycleway concepts
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Want more information?
Contact: Programme Manager CWB
Phone: 04 296 4700