Media releases about infrastructure.

22 May 2012

Doing the same with less the challenge for road maintenance

The AA, Roading New Zealand and the New Zealand Contractors’ Federation are welcoming the just released interim report of the NZTA Road Maintenance Task Force.

4 November 2011

AA responds to Draft Auckland Plan and releases survey results

The AA has today announced its response to The Draft Auckland Plan, and the results of its latest AA Member survey on Auckland transport issues.

20 October 2011

AA says timing of Auckland Council plan consultation unacceptable

The Auckland Council decision to undertake the public consultation on the 30-year regional plan at the same time as Auckland hosts the Rugby World Cup has failed.

12 October 2011

Transport choices key to thriving central city

The Automobile Association’s Canterbury/West Coast District Council has several concerns over the transport options in the proposed Christchurch City Centre Draft Plan.

20 July 2011

Auckland Transport bus and transit lane review is great news for motorists

The AA has welcomed Auckland Transport’s review of the region’s bus and transit lanes.

8 July 2011

Importance of southern highways recognised

The AA is pleased that two key roads in Southland have been given greater importance in the country’s just finalised State Highway Classification plan.

5 July 2011

Wellington rail upgrade on right track

The AA has welcomed a significant announcement about the future of the Wellington rail network today.

1 June 2011

AA releases survey results on Auckland transport issues

The AA has released the results of a survey of 6,030 AA Members in Auckland on local transport issues.

30 March 2011

Auckland Transport Board secrecy is unacceptable

The secrecy in which the Auckland Transport Board conducts its business is totally unacceptable.

10 March 2011

AA welcomes investment in Wellington trains

The AA is impressed with an announcement today about a package to rebuild Wellington commuter rail services.

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