CTB is a blog that covers a wide range of transport interests. For example, CTB supports public transport, including bus and rail services. In any space, it is obviously in everybody’s interests to collaborate, cooperate or coadvocate as much as possible to achieve an outcome. For example, CTB supports cycleways, so that means joining existing… Continue reading Collaboration, Cooperation and Coadvocacy
On 12 April 2022, the leader of the National Party, Christopher Luxon, was quoted in a news article saying “public transport needs to stand on its own feet. It can’t be subsidised or underwritten … it has to be able to build on its own case“. The following day he walked back his comments, saying… Continue reading National’s Attack On Public Transport Not A Gaffe?
The National Railway Museum of New Zealand was launched at Ferrymead Heritage Park in October 2005 at a groundbreaking ceremony by Sir Neil Cossons, who came over from the UK as part of a “heritage week” around New Zealand. The idea of the museum seems to be strongly implied by its title, to follow in… Continue reading National Railway Museum Stumbles