Help Required A statement from BR:AKL on the Auckland Transport‘s March 27 Board Meeting: Statement on Auckland’s Transport Ben Ross Ben Ross : Auckland (BR:AKL) April 2013 … Continue reading Auckland Transport Needs Help
$60 Billion – 30 year ITP Approved
I was at the Auckland Transport Board meeting today listening in on the Integrated Transport Program as well as (and mainly) any blood-letting from the latest patronage figures I alluded to earlier this week.
The AT Board did today however, did approve the $60 billion – 30 year Integrated Transport Program. In short the ITP brings together finally a single approach in dealing with all of Auckland‘s transport system from road to rail, car to train, cyclist to walker to ferry. The ITP also lists the amount of money needed – an eye watering $60 billion to maintain and renew existing transport assets while also investing in new transport assets as well. But as the ITP report states as embedded below; the funding is $15 billion short of the $60 billion needed. To make matters more interesting despite the investment via the ITP, Auckland will still be apparently worse off – go figure?
I’ll investigate this some more over Easter but for now happy reading
The Integrated Transport Program
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