23 Nov 2016

Dreaming of a Congestion-Free Auckland

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 1:25 pm on 23 November 2016

A congestion-free Auckland would be a dream for some. But what can be done to ease the pain, and are we planning enough of the right initiatives? Richard de Cani is the former director of strategy and planning at Transport for London, that manages the city's Tube, buses, trams, cycle networks, roads, rivers and cable cars. And he is now part of Arup UK, that's an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists.

A congestion-free Auckland would be a dream for some.

A congestion-free Auckland would be a dream for some. Photo: RNZ

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