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Upgrading SH1 must be a priority

Posted on 27 Jan 2005

While the funding package announced by the Government today is a welcome contribution to Wellington’s roading

Whenuapai decision bad for Auckland drivers

Posted on 14 Dec 2004
Aucklanders enjoying the school holidays’ respite from traffic gridlock will be severely disappointed by the Labour Government’s backdown over Whenuapai airport, ACT Transport spokesman Deborah Coddington said.

New Legislation Won't Improve Taxi Industry

Posted on 21 Sep 2004
Contrary to expectations, the Land Transport Amendment Bill will not clear unsafe drivers out of the taxi industry, ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

Roading Deficit Must Be Overcome: Hide

Posted on 25 Aug 2004
The Allen Consulting Group’s report shows that the Government must build roads as a matter of urgent priority for the health and safety of New Zealanders, and for the sake of our economic wellbeing, ACT New Zealand Leader Rodney Hide said today.

Stop Being Such A Wet Blanket, Transit

Posted on 03 Aug 2004
ACT New Zealand Transport and Auckland Issues Spokesman Deborah Coddington today urged Transit New Zealand to quit opposing the Auckland V8 Supercar street-race and work more closely with event organisers to ensure its success.

Where's The Minister For Lower Petrol Prices?

Posted on 15 Jul 2004
ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington today labelled the self-styled “Minister for Lower Petrol Prices” Jim Anderton as missing in action.

Dunne All Talk On Transmission Gully

Posted on 21 Apr 2004

United Future Leader Peter Dunne’s claim that he could achieve more by cooperating with the Government has be

Three Cheers For The Eastern Corridor

Posted on 10 Mar 2004
Proposals for Auckland's Eastern Corridor, unveiled by Mayors John Banks and Barry Curtis, signal the relief from traffic woes which Aucklanders have desperately been waiting for, ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

ACT Rejects Greens' Backward Cabotage Call

Posted on 15 Jan 2004
ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington today rejected Green Party Co-leader Rod Donald's backward call for the reintroduction of cabotage, predicting that it would have a devastating effect on small to medium-sized business.

Labour Ignores Auckland's Real Problem

Posted on 12 Dec 2003
The only way to fix Auckland’s gridlock problems is to radically overhaul the Resource Management Act, ACT New Zealand Transport Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.
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