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smart transport Archive
Paul Mees will be missed - by Julie Anne Genter
Paul Mees, an expert and great advocate of smart, green transport in Australia (and New Zealand) died this week. We hosted him as the keynote speaker at our Smart Transport for New Zealand conference in 2011. It was a hugely interesting and entertaining talk. You can watch it below. read moreJune 21, 2013 9:03 am - 1 Comment
Basin flyover won’t solve traffic woes - by Julie Anne Genter
Some influential people in Wellington (including the editorial board of the Dominion Post) seem to have an unshakeable faith that a four-lane road from Levin to the airport, including a motorway bridge at the Basin Reserve, will solve substantial traffic problems in Wellington and support economic growth. Late last week, Wellington City Council split […] read moreMarch 26, 2013 9:46 pm - 29 Comments
What Greece’s motorways mean for NZ - by Julie Anne Genter
No one could say that Greece’s heavy spending on motorways directly caused their default crisis. I’m certainly not saying that. There were many factors at play, though certainly borrowing to pay for projects that were not the best at reducing transport costs certainly didn’t help. From 2000 to 2006 alone Greece spent nearly half of […] read moreAugust 28, 2012 2:12 pm - 57 Comments
Smarter transport - by Gareth Hughes
Over the last 2 days I’ve co-hosting the Smart Transport conference at Parliament with Labour MPs Phil Twyford and Jacinda Ardern. We’ve had some amazing speakers, especially Paul Mees who did a fantastic job opening the conference. read moreAugust 20, 2011 7:53 pm - 1 Comment
Smart Transport for New Zealand Conference - by Gareth Hughes
This week I’m co-hosting a Smart Transport for New Zealand conference at Parliament with Shane Jones, Labour Party Transport Spokesperson. read moreAugust 15, 2011 11:07 am - No Comments