Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health
Provide secure bike lock-up facilities, and a transport staff group have improved the shower facilities. They’ve also held staff lunchtime orientations to the Bus Interchange to practice using the bus bike racks, and regularly update staff on new cycle infrastructure and bike-related events in the community.
Results so far: car usage is down from 79 per cent to 36 per cent, bus usage up from 2 per cent to 25 per cent, biking up from 6 per cent to 19 per cent, carpooling from 4 per cent to 7 per cent and walking 3 per cent to 11 per cent post move.
Ministry of Justice
As part of their move they put together a staff orientation pack, with cycleway maps, information on taking bikes on the bus, upcoming cycling events and general tips for settling into the central city. They have also installed a bike pump in their lock-up, and negotiated a staff discount at their local bike shop.
Community Public Health
Have purchased two e-bikes for staff to use when traveling to work meetings. These e-bikes are also available for staff to take home and trial over the weekend, which has resulted in several employees purchasing their own e-bike to start biking to work. There is an internal staff advocacy group who work to improve facilities and other support measures for active transport.