People with disabilities navigate a world often not built to suit their needs. In a four-part series, Stuff will look at how New Zealand’s biggest city rates as an accessible world-class destination. Potholes, uneven terrain, and construction in the supercity have made even simple tasks such as taking strolls difficult for citizens with visual impairment. Another resident with muscular dystrophy, says linkage buildings could save people with disabilities from “having to struggle with hills, exposure to the weather, or moving vehicles when going from building to building.”