Hamilton City Cycling Survey 2014
In June 2014 Hamilton City Council undertook a comprehensive survey of cyclists' behaviours and preferences within the city.
Hamilton City Cycling Survey Summary Report (PDF, 2.04MB)
Cycling in Hamilton
Cycle route network
Hamilton has an extensive on-road and off-road cycle lane network (PDF, 3.73MB).
On-road bicycle facilities generally take the form of:
There are hundreds of cycle parking spaces across Hamilton. These cycle parks take various forms and sizes.
Advanced stop boxes
Advanced stop boxes have been introduced to some Hamilton intersections with traffic lights to make roads safer for cyclists. These allow cyclists to stop ahead of other traffic and be more visible to motorists.
Turning right at intersections can be tricky for cyclists. Hook turns are the safest way for cyclists to turn right at intersections. Check out the NZTA's Code for Cyclists information on cycling through intersections to see what a hook turn looks like and how to perform one.
More cycling information
Local cycle clubs and groups