ACT Finds Out Facts In Truck Ride
Friday 7 Dec 2001
ACT Transport Spokesman MP Penny
Webster is looking forward to riding through the Rodney
district in a truck tomorrow.
"ACT is proud to support
the transport industry. Trucking employs tens of
thousands of New Zealanders. They form the backbone of our
"ACT believes that the roading
system needs to be improved, and has consistently called
on the Government to show some initiative in this area.
Auckland and the Rodney district are two examples of areas
where the politicians have talked the talk, but haven't done
anything to make the roads safer.
"ACT believes in
finding out what the true story is, talking to people who
are in the business.
"I look forward to seeing how a
truckie spends his day," Mrs Webster said.
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