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$450,000 for proposed crossing

A pedestrian crossing Auckland Transport (AT) is proposing to build across one of the country's busiest roads is set to cost almost $500,000 if...

Controversial crossing labelled “crazy”

By James Ball, AUT University journalism student A plan to install a raised pedestrian crossing on one of east Auckland's busiest roads is being met...

Pedestrians hospitalised after being struck by truck

Two people have been taken to hospital after being struck by a truck in east Auckland. A police spokesperson says police and other emergency services...

Cycle bridge prioritised over Eastern Busway

Today’s news that completion of the Eastern Busway project will be delayed by at least two years is gutting to east Auckland residents who...

Crash draws focus on intersection’s safety

Urgent safety improvements have been requested for a busy east Auckland intersection where a vehicle flipped in an incident now being investigated by police. A...

Pakuranga College’s new school block to open in 2021

Staff and students at Pakuranga College are looking forward to the completion of an additional school building, due to take place in 2021. The two-storey...

OPINION: Balancing public transport and motorists

Last week I launched a petition calling on Auckland Transport (AT) to remove the T2/Bus lane on Pakuranga Road and restore its use to...

Resident: ‘Someone may just die’

There was a loud bang and a crunch of tyres as an out-of-control car crashed into Ajay Walia’s property. That was at 90 Pakuranga Road...

Pakuranga locals speak up on traffic management plans

It was a full house at the Bucklands Beach Yacht Club last week. Around 200 people turned up to a public meeting held by Pakuranga...

Brown: ‘If AT won’t consult our community, I will’

Pakuranga MP Simeon Brown is taking it upon himself to consult the public on Auckland Transport's (AT) plans to introduce a T2/Bus Lane on Pakuranga...

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