Logic? Below is a poll from Colmar Brunton on where voters would like the transport dollar to be invested. Pretty comprehensive from @ColmarBruntonNZ poll pic.twitter.com/QV3MSCVjHH — Greater Auckland … Continue reading National’s Road to Madness
The port will move just not as someone wants New Zealand First’s port move just makes no sense what so ever. Why move the primary import port to … Continue reading New Zealand First’s Auckland Port Move Makes No Sense What So Ever
Does it make sense It seems Winston Peters of NZ First has created quite the flap about wanting to force Auckland’s port to move to Whangarei despite the economic … Continue reading The Carbon Cost of Importing Vehicles Through Alternative Ports. A Report to Port of Auckland
Vision Zero Committed JUST IN: Labour cycling/walking policy:1. Vision Zero2. Urban Cycle fund cont.3. Local Neighbourhoods Fund4. SkyPath funded & toll freeYay! — Patrick Reynolds (@pv_reynolds) August 25, … Continue reading UPDATED: Labour Commits to (Toll Free) Skypath!
Labour investing in the 21st Century Labour has gone on the front foot with transport policy catching National entirely on the hop and looking rather last Century. This … Continue reading Labour Promises to Keep Rail Electrification + Other Transport Policies
Council silence does not help Auckland We have had both National and Labour outline their transport policies for the election and beyond. Labour have gone all in being proactive … Continue reading Goff and the ATAP. Why Come September 24 ATAP Could Be Scraped
Contrast between leadership and management Two leaders (well one leader and one manager), two Parties, two announcements and two very different results. In Wynyard Quarter sounded by 500 people … Continue reading Labour Wants to Get Auckland Going – Southern Airport Line Committed To
Mill Road did enter the mix After the Transport Minister Simon Bridges accused blogs of tittle tattling to the media over the Third and Fourth Mains, and the East … Continue reading National Panics – Re-Releases Transport Announcements to Head off Labour. Still No Airport Line