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Labour's Transport Policy is Completely Lacking

Posted on 10 Jul 2002
Labour’s transport policy has no detail, no concrete plans and no commitment to progress, ACT Transport Spokesman MP Penny Webster said today.

Labour's Transport Policy is a Mish-Mash

Posted on 10 Jul 2002
Labour’s transport policy is a mish-mash of cliches and contradictory objectives, ACT leader Richard Prebble says.

Government's Transport Strategy is a Horror

Posted on 04 Jul 2002
The Government’s draft Transport Strategy is an attempt at dangerous social engineering, ACT Transport Spokesman MP Penny Webster said today.

Transport Decisions Highlight Flawed Labour Policy

Posted on 28 Jun 2002
Transfund decisions reflect Labour’s lack of direction on transport, and may not even be legal given the Government’s failure to introduce crucial legislation to parliament, ACT Transport Spokesman MP Penny Webster said today.

Qantas Control of Air NZ Would Be Disaster for New Zealand

Posted on 27 Jun 2002

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2002 Manifesto - Transport

Posted on 23 Jun 2002
ACT's 2002 Transport policy.

Greens Rail Against Progress

Posted on 17 Jun 2002
The top of the Green Party’s list for coalition talks is getting rather crowded, ACT Transport Spokesman MP Penny Webster said today.

Summary: Transport

Posted on 14 Jun 2002
Raiding transport taxes for other purposes is an entrenched habit of successive Governments, which has reached new records under Labour. 

Relief that Rodney Motorway Project is Saved

Posted on 10 Jun 2002
Rodney MP and ACT Transport Spokesman Penny Webster is delighted that the Alpurt project has been saved from being downgraded. 

Safer Trucks Need Safer Roads

Posted on 31 May 2002
Although the move to allow larger, more stable trucks on the roads is good news, ACT Transport Spokesman MP Penny Webster warned today that better highways and more passing lanes are needed to avoid an increase in accidents.
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