By Ed Clayton. Part 3 of a 3 part series Part One: Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – our Historic Relationship (Part 1) Part Two: Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – the Water … Continue reading Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – our transport future? (Part 3)
By Ed Clayton. Part 2 of a 3 part series Part One: Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – our Historic Relationship (Part 1) Welcome to the second post in this three-part series. … Continue reading Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – the Water Sensitive City (Part 2)
Guest post from Ed Clayton This is the first post of a three-part series exploring the relationships between freshwater and transport in Auckland. The aim of the combined series is … Continue reading Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – our Historic Relationship (Part 1)
Panuku and Auckland Transport (finally) start seeing the merits of Transit Orientated Developments This one is a bit of a mixed bag: that is Auckland Transport finally realises that rail … Continue reading Apartments Over Papakura Station? Panuku thinks so!
Ironically Airport to Botany has enough density for Light Rail I was came across an article on Integrated Public Transport, Nantes, France by Heather Allen (2013) and how the city … Continue reading Integrated Public Transport – A Study From France and Lessons for Auckland
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.
Solid Q+A from the Committee and the Independent Maori Statutory Board! Yesterday I have my presentation to the Auckland Council Planning Committee on Housing Typology, and affordable housing. The presentation … Continue reading Affordable Housing – A Presentation on Typology and How We Can Not Forget Transport in the Affordability Equation
Safety First From the Office of the Mayor Phil Goff: Auckland Transport investing millions into rail safety Nearly $8 million is being invested by Auckland Transport and the New Zealand … Continue reading Rail Safety in Auckland to be Continued to be Invested In
Tips on City Making from Tel Aviv and Brisbane Yesterday I travelled to the deep South of Auckland where the first Auckland Conversations’ outside of the City Centre was held … Continue reading City Building – In the South: A Conversation and Some Tips