The city council's premature vote to dismiss proposals for both a road through Takapu Valley and the widening of the motorway through Tawa as part of a Petone-Grenada road is disappointing, says Wellington Employers' Chamber of Commerce.
Chief Executive John Milford says the decision is another example of the council sitting on the fence over a crucial piece of infrastructure.
Imagine what it is like at Grenada North today! This week Tuesday 6.20pm, Speed Session with Andy and Rowan. This week’s session is 200m repetitions at Newtown Park. Wednesday 6.00pm, Midweek Twilight Track, Newtown Park. See below for details. Saturday 6.00am, WAI2K, Tauherenikau Racecourse Saturday 8.00am, Karori Park speed workout — contact our club captains for info, […]
We had a great time on the walk. The weather was kind, with warm winds, not too strong, and cloudy skies but no rain. All trains had been cancelled. We arrived at Paekakariki about 11am, having left my car behind … Continue reading →
Let’s Get Wellington Moving: time to give your views on four mass transit and State Highway 1 options that affect the Basin Reserve precinct Six years after the Basin Reserve flyover proposal was finally defeated in the High Court, Let’s Get Wellington Moving has announced four options for mass rapid transit and State Highway One […]