The Basin Reserve is a unique feature of Wellington and presents a transport challenge. With the current road layout, the Basin creates a bottleneck because of conflicts between transport flows. There are issues with travel to and from the airport, the eastern and southern suburbs, and the hospital. A proposal to build a bridge alongside the Basin Reserve was rejected by a Board of Inquiry in 2014. There are a range of other options that could be used to address the challenges at the Basin, and our scenarios include different approaches. In Scenario A, the existing road layout at the Basin would be improved without any bridges or tunnels being built. In scenarios B, C, and D, changes would involve bridges and/or tunnels to separate conflicting transport movements, enabling much better public transport, and future mass transit. The maps show some high-level ideas for how this might be achieved. Further investigations, design and consultation would be required before detailed options at the Basin are developed.