Tag: Urban Geography

Human Connectivity – Which Way Is Best? Why Should (A2B) Light Rail Go Down Manukau Station Road and not Ronwood Avenue.

Connectivity rather than encouraging urban regeneration is the name of the game Part of this article was a presentation was recently given to MCBC Toastmasters as part of the Innovative … Continue reading Human Connectivity – Which Way Is Best? Why Should (A2B) Light Rail Go Down Manukau Station Road and not Ronwood Avenue.

Guest Post: Turning passengers into shoppers – adopting a Japan-style public transport service model for Auckland

毎日が旅であり、旅を住みかとしている Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home – Matsuo Basho Guest Post by Rob Mayo.  Japan Rail concourse. Source: Rob Mayo Transport service provision in Japan, … Continue reading Guest Post: Turning passengers into shoppers – adopting a Japan-style public transport service model for Auckland

Guest Post: In Reply to the “Integrated Public Transport – A Study From France and Lessons for Auckland” post

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