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“All Auckland Airport products and services, including parking, loyalty and lounge access will also be integrated into the online mall, making it easier and more convenient for travellers to shop.”
Auckland Airport’s general manager retail and commercial Richard Barker.

“It is great both private and public sector organisations are helping uptake by choosing EVs over conventional petrol or diesel vehicles for their fleets.”
Transport Minister Simon Bridges.

“[Public transport changes] are aimed at encouraging off-peak public transport use, helping disadvantaged groups and paving the way for improvements to the city’s bus network.”
Greater Wellington Regional Councillor Barbara Donaldson.



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17 August 2017

  • This Week... The Auckland Business Forum is demanding the next Govt “modernises” Auckland’s transport system“with speed and urgency.” but if Aucklanders want a world-class transport system, it calls for a much greater effort by the Auckland Council and its ratepayers.
  • The Forum wants the next Govt to accelerate the ATAP programme within 10 years – not 30 years – and to add additional projects of the scale needed for Auckland to cope with its long-term growth.
  • Greater Wellington Regional Council has opened “a raft of public transport fare changes” for consultation. Councillor Barbara Donaldson says the changes “are aimed at encouraging off-peak public transport use, helping disadvantaged groups and paving the way for improvements to the city’s bus network.”
  • And Freightways overcame the significant impact of the North Canterbury quake disaster to report a full-year profit 22% higher at $60.8m, at the top end of its guidance.

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