Media releases about infrastructure.

29 July 2014

AA delighted at next step for Transmission Gully

Transmission Gully will create a second, safer and faster route between Wellington and the rest of the North Island, says the AA.

1 April 2014

Rail electrification a big step forward for Auckland’s network – AA

The switching-on of overhead lines into the Britomart Transport Centre today by Prime Minister John Key is an important step forward for the development of Auckland’s transport network, says the AA.

18 December 2013

AA welcomes of privatised council parking enforcement in Wellington

The NZ Automobile Association has welcomed Wellington City Council’s decision to bring its parking enforcement services back in-house from July 2014.

11 December 2013

Timing perfect for new stretch of Waikato highway

Holiday drivers will enjoy a safer trip through the Waikato thanks to the opening of the Ngaruawahia Section of the Waikato Expressway.

3 December 2013

Northern Corridor progress an early Christmas present - AA

The AA has welcomed a landmark moment in the development of Wellington’s Northern Corridor highway, a project which will deliver important transport, economic and safety benefits for the lower North Island.

7 November 2013

Quick action needed on Auckland congestion

The latest congestion report for Australasia shows that Auckland has to find ways to get more out of its roading network, says the Automobile Association.

28 June 2013

Government gives certainty to Auckland's transport future - AA

The AA welcomes the Government’s announcement of a $10 billion package of major infrastructure projects to meet Auckland’s future transport needs.

29 April 2013

AA welcomes Auckland’s alternative transport funding report and encourages motorists to have their say

The AA has welcomed the release today of the Consensus Building Group’s public discussion document – Funding Auckland’s Transport Future.

23 November 2012

Auckland Council must immediately release leaked transport report

The AA has called on the Auckland Council to immediately release the SKM report on the future of transport in the city centre, following its leaking to media.

23 May 2012

Time to be realistic about Inner City Rail Link cost

The AA has today urged caution when deciding how best to spend money on public transport in Auckland.

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