Weekly Roundup 24-September-2021

Hope you’ve had a great week. Here’s our roundup of interesting stories. The week in Greater Auckland posts Monday’s post was a guest post by Chris Lange, about his street’s successful play streets events and subsequent confusing follow-up by AT On Tuesday, Matt wrote about the outcomes of Auckland Light Rail’s 6-month investigation phase On Wednesday we had a guest post by Paul Callister and Robert McLachlan about the immense amount of road construction in the Kāpiti Coast and Horowhenua, and what that means for the region’s emissions Thursday’s post, again from Matt, covered the latest designs for Queen Street Bus stop names The names of bus stops are changing to make it easier for many to navigate.…
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The Latest Queen St Design

Auckland Council took over the Queen St changes some time ago after seemingly getting frustrated at Auckland Transports inability to do its job. They’ve been behind the recent changes between Customs and Shortland St and yesterday released the latest in their plans for improving Queen St.…
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Auckland Light Rail suggest Light Rail in Auckland

Auckland Light Rail (ALR) have announced they think light rail is the best solution for the City Centre to Mangere corridor, though they are still holding back key details about just what that could be. Back in April when this latest process was announced the Minister confirmed was keen to reassure us and the public  that this wouldn’t be a case of starting from scratch once again.…
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