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Grafton Gully and Auckland Transport

December 6 2001 Media Advisory

Grafton Gully and Auckland Transport


Transport Minister Mark Gosche and Auckland Mayor John Banks will turn the first sod of the Grafton Gully to Port link tomorrow.

The Grafton Gully project will improve the route to the Port of Auckland, which is crucial to Auckland’s commercial activity.

Mr Gosche will also be speaking about other key Auckland transport projects, including an announcement on a new transport initiative for the Auckland region.


When: 11 am – 12 pm, tomorrow, Friday December 7 2001

Where: Corner Stanley Street and Grafton Road Parnell (carpark opposite the ASB Tennis Centre)
If wet: Heineken Pavilion, ASB Tennis Centre


Format: Speeches by Mr Gosche and Mr Banks, followed by digging of sod.

ENDS

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