Nice bus, although I did notice something Yesterday was the launch of the Airport Link E-buses that will service the Airport to Botany Stage 1 route. Despite the weather throwing … Continue reading E-Bus Launch Marks Airport Link Commencement. Airport to Botany Stage 1 goes live June!
Consensus and cooperation wins the day As reported in August, Manukau was successful in getting funding from NZTA to do an Innovative Street Pilot or Tactical Urbanism in the area. … Continue reading Manukau Innovative Streets (Tactical Urbanism) Project Humble Beginnings as Project begins
Working together = humming and thriving communities In all the news coming out of the United States right now it was very easy to miss this ray of light coming … Continue reading South Auckland Bands Together Post Covid (while also shunning the City Centre)
Yes Yesterday Greater Auckland in their A new Auckland Plan is progressing – but it’s a bit bland outlined the following: The original plan was generally pretty good – bold and … Continue reading Is the Auckland Plan Refresh Bland?
Auckland Transport falling behind Earlier this year I had filed a Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act request to Auckland Transport about when bus lanes along the Great … Continue reading LGOIMA Request into Papakura Bus Lanes – AGAIN. Where Are They?
Helping Southern Auckland move Yesterday I published to the Manukau Courier on using “quick wins” to help people be presented with more and more reliable options in getting around … Continue reading Quick Wins and Transit: Giving Commuters Real Options in Avoiding Congestion
New frontiers for South Auckland From Auckland International Airport: Auckland Airport launches its South Auckland jobs and skills hub 02 June 2017 Auckland Airport today formally launched Ara, its … Continue reading Auckland Airport Establishes South Auckland Skills and Jobs Hub
Brandon gives his thoughts in an interview to 95bFM Last week Brandon Ulfsby gave permission to publish an extract of his essay about South Auckland and the media (see: South … Continue reading South Auckland and the Media – Part 2: An Interview
Sharing the media narrative and bias on South Auckland Brandon who is a media student at AUT resides in South Auckland (as I do as well) decided to pen … Continue reading South Auckland and the Media: A South Auckland Perspective
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)