Labour’s Christchurch public transport funding promise in-depth and how the rail industry needs to steal the initiative [2]

As a follow on to my previous post [1] with the same title as this one, I have now discovered a very relevant article by financial journalist and Newsroom managing editor Bernard Hickey. His topic is a commentary on why Kiwibuild has failed as a policy and what the implications are for solving the housing… Continue reading Labour’s Christchurch public transport funding promise in-depth and how the rail industry needs to steal the initiative [2]

Labour's Christchurch public transport funding promise in-depth and how the rail industry needs to steal the initiative [2]

As a follow on to my previous post [1] with the same title as this one, I have now discovered a very relevant article by financial journalist and Newsroom managing editor Bernard Hickey. His topic is a commentary on why Kiwibuild has failed as a policy and what the implications are for solving the housing… Continue reading Labour's Christchurch public transport funding promise in-depth and how the rail industry needs to steal the initiative [2]

Labour’s Christchurch public transport funding promise in-depth and how the rail industry needs to steal the initiative [1]

As part of its 2017 election campaign manifesto, NZ Labour Party promised to invest up to $100 million into public transport for Greater Christchurch. Although the policy is often represented as $100 million for passenger trains to Rolleston, it potentially covers a range of different PT areas. The specific detail includes: After nine years in… Continue reading Labour’s Christchurch public transport funding promise in-depth and how the rail industry needs to steal the initiative [1]