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Double Barrel Massive Transport Plan Launched

Double Barrel Massive Transport Plan Launched

Transit New Zealand and Transfund have announced details of a massive modernisation of New Zealand's highways and byways. Here is a complete regional rundown on what's going to happen and where - Selwyn Manning Scoop Co-Editor.

Transit NZ Releases Ten Year Transport Plan - Transit New Zealand today released its plan for the state highway network for 2004/05 and for the following nine years. See... Transit releases its 10-year plan
ALSO: Safety, main focus in Northland

Transfund Announces $1.42 Billion Transport Highway Programme - Transfund New Zealand announced today it is allocating $1.42 billion for land transport infrastructure and services in this year's National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) in the first to be developed under the Land Transport Management Act 2003 (LTMA). See... Transfund unveils $1.42b Land Transport Programme

Regional Details:
Safety Transfund's focus for Otago and Southland
Safety congestion Transfund's focus for Canterbury
Safety Transfund's focus for West Coast
Improved networks Transfund's focus for Waikato
Reducing congestion Transfund's focus for Auckland
Development Transfund's focus for Northland
Development Transfund's focus for Gisborne and Bay
Congestion Transfund's focus for Bay of Plenty
Traffic growth Transfund's focus for Nelson...
Safety Transfund's focus for Taranaki, Manawatu...
Reducing congestion Transfund's focus for Wellington

Roading NZ Welcomes Funding Assurances - Roading contractors across the country are gearing up to take on the new construction works announced today by Transfund, says Roading New Zealand’s Chief Executive, Chris Olsen. See… Roading contractors welcome funding surety

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