Flashback Saturday: the death of parking minimums

Every weekend we dig into the archives. This post by Matt was originally published in July 2013. A week or so ago the Council considered feedback on the Unitary Plan’s approach to parking and made a few recommendations around potential changes: Rules on parking requirements for residential dwellings, and retail and business locations were considered by councillors and local board chairs at the Auckland Plan Committee workshop on the draft unitary plan today.…
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Flashback Sunday: Peds Rule

Every weekend we dig into the archives. This post by Kent was originally published in July 2013. Changing the road rules to favor pedestrians at intersections is something that will transform city life. It will allow people to move around more freely, access services and conduct everyday activities with less intimidation and inconvenience from marauding drivers.…
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NZ Super Fund to take over CRL

The NZ Herald reports: In a surprise move, Transport Minister Phil Twyford yesterday announced that the New Zealand Superannuation Fund – often referred to as the “Cullen Fund” after former Finance Minister Michael Cullen – would take over the financing and delivery of the City Rail Link project under downtown Auckland.…
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