Weekly Roundup 02-December-2022

Tēnā koutou. With the arrival of Hakihea/December it’s truly the downhill run now. Counting down the sleeps til Kirihimete? Cover image: Faraday St, Melbourne, re-imagined. Image from RMIT. The week in Greater Auckland In Monday’s post, Matt examined AT’s planned mitigation of the Southern Line rail shutdowns, and suggested a few improvements.…
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Weekly Roundup 18-November-2022

Ata mārie. There’s a stormy looking weekend ahead in Tāmaki but don’t worry, Weekly Roundup has plenty to keep you entertained. Cover image via Twitter. The week in Greater Auckland Monday’s post discussed the Government’s just-released consultation about options for a new Waitematā harbour crossing.…
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Weekly Roundup 04 November 2022

Kia ora, we’re heading into Whiringa-a-Rangi (November) and weekly roundup’s back with a weekend’s worth of stories for you. Header image: the world’s longest train, via Twitter. The week in Greater Auckland Monday’s post was a guest post by Aaron Schiff about changes in Auckland’s young(ish) adult population over time.…
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Weekly Roundup 14-October-2022

Kia ora. While much of the country is settling in to new mayors and councils, Weekly Roundup is here as always to deliver the interesting transport stories. Header image via modacitylife. The week in Greater Auckland On Monday, we delivered a letter to Auckland’s new mayor, spelling out the big transport and urban issues we think he should take a look at.…
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Weekly Roundup 07-October-2022

Tēnā koutou, he rāmere anō. Friday’s weekly roundup here again. Heater image: not in fact Te Wai Pounamu during this week’s cold snap, but a train in Jura, Switzerland, from The Guardian. The week in Greater Auckland On Monday, Matt wrote about AT’s new (and yet old) plans for a cycleway along Rathgar Road in Henderson. …
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Weekly Roundup 23-September-22

Kia ora koutou. Public holiday on Monday AND daylight savings begins on Sunday. The week in Greater Auckland On Monday, Matt wrote about the proposed Reshaping Streets legislation changes, for which submissions closed on Monday night. In Tuesday’s post, Heidi encouraged all of us to get out and vote, march and motivate: vote in the local body elections, march in today’s Fridays for Future climate protest, and motivate each other to join in.…
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