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Auckland Mayoral Candidate Debate on Transport

Auckland Mayoral Candidate Debate on Transport 13th September


The Campaign for Better Transport has organised a public meeting for Auckland mayoral candidates to put forward their transport policies for Auckland.

"We've held these meetings for the last few local body elections. They are a useful way of gauging how well mayoral candidates truly understand Auckland transport issues, what they are planning on doing about them and how they will fund solutions," says Campaign for Better Transport spokesperson Cameron Pitches.

The meeting will be held at:
Jubilee Hall, 545 Parnell Rd
Tuesday 13th September, 7:15pm for 7:30pm start
Confirmed speaking candidates are:
Chloe Swarbrick
David Hay
John Palino
Mark Thomas
Penny Bright
Phil Goff
The format for the evening is:
Introduction and welcome
Each candidate is allocated five minutes to state their transport vision for Auckland.
Quick-fire questions to each candidate in turn.
Each candidate is allocated two minutes for a closing statement
Questions from the floor
We are aiming to start wrapping the meeting up at around 9:00pm. Meeting room access is available from 6:30pm.

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