Let’s Make the Big Switch.

To have liveable, healthy cities we need to change the way we get around. Transport is the second largest, and fastest growing source of carbon emissions in Aotearoa New Zealand. Under the Paris Agreement, we have promised to reduce this by 50% by 2030.

Internationally there is a shift from a dependency on cars in cities, to enabling more active transport for short trips. This shift is happening at such speed and scale we call this the Big Switch. It’s an exciting time for  healthier, vibrant, and equitable urban lifestyles.
Little girl on bicycle riding along the pink bike path in Auckland city
Locky Dock pole with lightning bolt icon and sky behind

New Urban Mobility.

As an Ākina accredited social enterprise, we’re committed to making a positive contribution. Each time someone uses a Locky Dock, it’s a car trip has saved. From our smaller networks in Whakatāne, to more extensive ones in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, every Locky Dock actively reduces emissions, reduces congestion and improves wellbeing.

“Based on our analysis, the next 100 Locky Docks could reduce vehicle kilometres travelled by 2.5 million kilometres a year.”
— Sense Partners Economist, Shamubeel Eaqub