There's a certain irony to the name of Wellington's most significant transport project in decades.

Let's Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) has proven to be anything but a project with pace.

The plan to solve the city's growing congestion problem was meant to be announced last August but has continually been pushed back.

Luckily, the capital is no stranger to big plans taking time or not happening at all, Transmission Gully, the failed Basin Reserve Flyover and a proposed Melling interchange being just a few examples of transport projects.


That narrative in the city sometimes feels like a record stuck on

What will the plan include?


Battle for the Basin

Lobby groups gearing up

Light rail or like rail?

Where to from here?