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“The Govt’s motorway building binge has emptied the transport funding pool without solving our transport woes.”
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23 February 2017

  • This Week... Finance Minister Steven Joyce has shot down Auckland Mayor Phil Goff’s plan for a regional fuel tax. He and Transport Minister Simon Bridges told Auckland Council last week regional fuel taxes are not part of the Govt’s mix for transport in Auckland.
  • Cutting the ribbon on the $630m Kapiti Expressway last Thursday, Transport Minister Simon Bridges says he is ready to promote the extension of Wellington’s Northern Corridor beyond where the Govt has set the current limit.
  • NZTA welcomes a Ministerial decision to refer its application for designation and resource consents for the East West Link project in Auckland to a Board of Inquiry. The project will build a new 4-lane road between the Neilson Street Interchange at SH20 and the Mt Wellington Interchange on SH1. SH1 will be widened between Mt Wellington and Princes Street.
  • And Auckland Airport concedes passenger growth rates over the past two years have taken it by surprise, putting a strain on infrastructure. In response it is lifting capital expenditure guidance for the 2017 financial year to between $370m and $400m.

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