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Traffic Flowing Well At Sylvia Park

1 August 2006

Traffic Flowing Well At Sylvia Park During Pak’n Save’s Opening Day

The opening of a fourth access road and creation of over 500 extra car parks at Sylvia Park has meant smooth traffic flows around Sylvia Park all day today.

Giant grocery retailer, PAK’nSAVE opened this morning with a number of opening specials.

“We’re pleased to report that PAK’nSAVE has had a very steady stream of customers all day and there have been no traffic or parking issues whatsoever”, said Chief Executive of the Manager of Kiwi Income Property Trust, Angus McNaughton.

“The extra site entry, 538 additional on-site parks and the newspaper advertising showing customers the roads and turnoffs into Sylvia Park have seemed to work very well”.

“The easy drive into and around Sylvia Park today due to the comprehensive traffic management plan in place is great news for the opening of the Fashion Precinct on 24 August 2006”.


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