Government to fully fund $67m SkyPath
A walking and cycling track to be hung under AKL’s Harbour Bridge will be fully funded by the Government.
AKL Council stares down AKL Transport
A standoff over how much sway politicians have in transport initiatives and how roads are used will see councillors “assert” themselves on ratepayers’ behalf.
Uncertain path to infrastructure investment
The world’s biggest non-Chinese bank is turning its eye to NZ’s infrastructure projects.
All talk, no action on infrastructure problems
A panel at a big infrastructure conference in Auckland has blasted authorities for being all talk and no action over desperately-needed housing and transport fixes.
Could ‘robo-taxis’ answer our traffic woes?
Fleets of driverless “robo-taxis” could create an Auckland where roads aren’t choked with cars. The catch is we’d have to share with strangers.
Peters wary of land sale idea
Winston Peters doesn’t approve of selling Crown land to fund infrastructure, distancing himself from a policy being considered by the Labour-led Government.
Roadblocks for Govt fleet’s electric shift
Plans to transition Government vehicles to electric by 2025 have hit a snag due to the high cost.
Air NZ slams Auckland Airport over charges
Air New Zealand has taken aim at New Zealand’s airports, accusing them of behaving like monopolists.