What lies ahead Auckland Anniversary Weekend has been and gone and proved to be a fine Summer scorcher no matter where you were or what you were doing across … Continue reading And We Are Back: 2017 to be a Busy Year for Auckland
Reduction in actual services I had managed to get some updates on the new Southern and Eastern Line timetables after reporting in what is a reduction in services for … Continue reading New Southern Line Timetable Not Flash Either (Better than the Western though)
First fare hikes, now possible loss of services? I had mentioned earlier in the month on the fact Auckland Transport Refuse in Improve Rail Frequencies. Remembering: In March a new rail … Continue reading New Auckland Rail Timetable Disaster for Western Line Commuters? UPDATED
Divide up into smaller pieces By now you would have seen the doom and gloom Herald articles about the Isthmus’s sewer network spilling sewerage into the harbours on a … Continue reading How to Handle Auckland’s Growth: Do We Divide Up or Go All In?
Tauranga could learn from Auckland example After Rodney Councillor Greg Sayers wrote a lot of tripe (you could say Alternative Facts) how Tauranga should be an example of how … Continue reading Tauranga Suburban Dystopia: Could Learn Urbanism from Auckland
How will you improve your community today? So you have attended a march over the weekend, Tweeted some reckons, post a selfie and a spiel on Facebook and converse … Continue reading So You Have Marched? Now What? UPDATE: Urbanism in Play
Alteration to give more frequencies on Western Line Transport Blog put up a double informative post covering the City Rail Link tender announcement as well as run patterns once … Continue reading Auckland Transport Post City Rail Link Run Pattern to be Desired
What I would like The Sea-path story in Stuff today reminded me that submissions for the 2018-2021 National Land Transport Fund (NLTF) will not be too far off. That … Continue reading National Land Transport Fund 2018-2021 Wishlist for Auckland
Whether it be out in the real work or in the simulator choosing your power sources has consequences to your city and wider world/
It is a reason why I will usually pick clean sources for power production although Layton City could do a tad better given the gas and incinerator fired power plants still make 37% of the energy mixture. However, given I do not have hydro available (topography) things can get a bit interesting.
…… See if you can spot the difference between these two photos: So from second half of 2017 to sometime in 2018 – but we don’t know when … Continue reading Spot the Difference with Auckland Transport’s Manukau Bus Station