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"Just more expensive to sit in a traffic jam?"

Posted on 12 Dec 2003
ACT Leader Richard Prebble said in his view, as a former Transport Minister, the Labour government’s transport measures will fail to resolve Auckland’s gridlock and the nations inferior roading system.

Labour Will Never Fix Auckland's Transport Woes

Posted on 04 Dec 2003
ACT predicts Labour’s transport package for Auckland – to be announced next Thursday – will do zilch to solve the city's gridlock, ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

Labour Refuses To Rule Out Further Petrol Taxes

Posted on 13 Nov 2003
ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington today warned motorists that Labour will not rule out further petrol taxes.

Labour Guilty of Highway Robbery - Yet Again

Posted on 13 Nov 2003
Transport Minister Paul Swain’s admission that Labour is considering raising the price of petrol nationwide, by five to fifteen cents a litre, shows the price it is paying for doing deals with the Greens over the Land Transport Management Bill, ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

Fast Track Legislation To Fix Auckland's Transport Crisis

Posted on 29 Oct 2003
ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington today said she had drafted a Private Member's Bill which would go a long way to solving Auckland's transport mess and provide relief for families trapped in traffic jams.

Arrogant Government Lets Kiwis Eat Cake

Posted on 22 Oct 2003
The second reading of the Land Transport Management Bill in Parliament yesterday typifies Labour’s arrogant attitude towards the democratic process, ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

Come Clean On Vehicle Emissions, Ms Tizard

Posted on 21 Oct 2003
ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington today revealed that Mitchell J Williams – the US scientist brought from Colorado to Auckland to research vehicle gas emissions – believes the Labour Government’s stance on automobile testing is wrong.

New Zealand On The Road To Ruin

Posted on 13 Oct 2003
The Land Transport Management Bill, the result of a deal between Labour and the Greens, will do absolutely nothing to improve this country’s prosperity, ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

Labour Attacks Motorists - AGAIN

Posted on 01 Oct 2003
Associate Transport Minister Judith Tizard’s announcement today, that all vehicles will be subject to compulsory emission testing, is yet another slap in the face for motorists, ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

Quit Pandering To Unions, Minister

Posted on 01 Oct 2003
ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington today said that Transport Minister Paul Swain’s use of road user funds to pander to union interests was totally irresponsible and unacceptable.
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