December 2019 articles

Welcome from our new CILT NZ president Keith Robinson

Having been a member of CILT NZ for almost 20 years, I have seen some changes within our organisation – but, in my view, not enough. I am determined that during the two years of my presidency, positive change will see our members be very proud of our organisation – and motivated to recommend it to others.

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What if transport was treated as an urgent public health matter?

High-level strategy and planning documents are unambiguous. Transport is an urgent public health matter – the Government Policy Statement on Land Transport 2018–2022 says, for example: ‘Reversing New Zealand’s current trauma trends requires a transport system that is designed for people, and one that considers their safety as the top priority.’

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City Rail Link – What lies beneath

Work to complete the twin tunnels beneath the Auckland Chief Post Office in Lower Queen Street is nearing the final stages, with the intricate job of transferring the listed building onto its new permanent foundations successfully completed

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