Naaba N’Be critiques Nantes’ (France) Integrated Transport and Urban Development System Last week in my Integrated Public Transport – A Study From France and Lessons for Auckland post I looked at if Nantes … Continue reading Guest Post: In Reply to the “Integrated Public Transport – A Study From France and Lessons for Auckland” post
Which option is best? Depends on what you want to achieve Over on the Campaign for Better Transport Facebook page someone posted an alternative route for light rail for the … Continue reading Airport to Botany (A2B) Rapid Transit (Light Rail): Via Wiri or via Puhinui. A Comparison
Did Anyone include when Light Rail Runs Through a Metropolitan Centre? The answer to that question and on Mixed Use zoning/housing was no. The result? We get a two dimensional … Continue reading Light Rail and Urban Transformation – A Video from the Building Nations 2018 Symposium. I Have Questions.
Could Drury to Manukau/Puhinui get Light Rail in the Future? When one asks questions one will usually find the answers. When one asks specific questions to help with their submission … Continue reading Southern Auckland to Get Light Rail?
Get both lines done quickly? The recent announcement of the New Zealand Superfund wanting to come in and finance, design, build and operation both the Northern Airport Line (City … Continue reading If the Superfund Can Invest in the Northern Airport Line Can It Invest in the Southern Airport Line too?
Next up Update from the NZ Superfund NZ SUPER FUND STATEMENT ON AUCKLAND LIGHT RAIL PROJECT Posted On: Wednesday, 9 May 2018 The NZ Super Fund confirmed today that … Continue reading UPDATE: NZ Super Fund Puts in Bid to Design, Build and Operate Light Rail in Auckland
Finance and Transport Ministers float equitable fund-raising scheme for projects like the Airport Lines We all know Auckland has a large transport infrastructure deficit and we equally know those … Continue reading Value Capture Taxes: An International Best Practice to Fund Transit Infrastructure
Strong Town Urban Geography Lessons on building transit Transit projects (and equally road projects) like urban developments can either end up a success or a massive failure. It all … Continue reading Urban Geography 201: Building Transit Right First Time – Everytime. Lessons from Strong Towns
Yeah-Nah There are not a lot of things I will agree with Councillor Cameron Brewer on but the Councillor’s calls on extending the Tram lines from Wynyard Quarter most … Continue reading CBD Trams