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      • Auck, Wgtn Rail Closures
        • 14 Dec 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • Machinery has started arriving for the start of the big Rail Maintenance month around Auckland - and Wellington is also in for a closedown.
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      • More Matangi In Service
        • 27 Nov 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • Today, Matangi services more than doubled on the Kapiti and Hutt Valley lines – increasing from the current 14 daily return trips to more than 30 return trips every weekday.
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      • OK Wellington, Do You Want Light Rail?
        • 27 Oct 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • People’s ideas about what a high quality public transport system in central Wellington would look like are being sought as part of a major study being carried out by Greater Wellington Regional Council, Wellington City Council and the NZ Transport Agency.
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      • Capital Growth
        • 26 Oct 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • While Auckland’s train travel is at a high and growing fast, Wellington is still struggling to see the same sort of growth in public transport.
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      • Wellington Rail Record
        • 11 Oct 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • Wellington’s Tranz Metro carried 46,792 passengers last weekend. That’s a record for the Wellington commuter service.
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      • Wairarapa Service Gives Hamilton Clues
        • 9 Oct 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • As question marks arise over the proposed Waikato to Auckland train service, the Wairarapa to Wellington train service gives us an insight into how satellite town train travel could be extended elsewhere.
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      • Transmission Gully Moves Forward
        • 16 Sep 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • Wellington’s Transmission Gully motorway project leaped forward today following the fast track path of the Waterview tunnel. Environment Minister Nick Smith today referred an application for the Transmission Gully roading proposal to an independent Board of Inquiry under the Government's new national consenting process with the Environmental Protection Authority.
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      • Wellington Embrace Bus Lanes
        • 22 Aug 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • Journey time savings of around 14% and reduced variability in service times by about 11minutes during the evening peak are claimed in the key northbound direction since buses returned to Wellington’s Manners St. A report to the Council’s Strategy Committee says early signs are promising.
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      • Govt Out Of Step With Mayors
        • 12 Aug 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • Pressure is growing on the Government to get with rail. Wellington's Mayor says there is a groundswell of public opinion in favour of good choices for transport like light rail.
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      • Wellington Mini Survey
        • 9 Aug 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • Wellington’s train and bus commuters will be asked to take part in a ‘mini census’ over the next few weeks.
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      • Wellington Fare Increases Postponed
        • 4 Aug 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • Fare increases proposed for Wellington’s buses and trains, due to take effect from September 1 have been postponed. But they will happen eventually.
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      • Union Concern Over Tag Offs
        • 1 Aug 2011
        • Auckland Trains
        • The Wellington Tramways Union has raised concerns about the “tagging off” requirement of the Snapper/Hop card. In a submission to the Wellington regional transport plan, it says that while the Snapper system used at Go Wellington and Valley Flyer has improved since it first came out, it still has a number of issues.
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