Auckland transport network at "crunch point", says KiwiRail's Reidy

Fiona Rotherham
Tue, 16 Aug 2016

By Fiona Rotherham Aug. 16 (BusinessDesk) - KiwiRail chief executive Peter Reidy says Auckland’s transport network is at “crunch point” as the city's population grows, with demand from freight and passengers increasingly at odds.  Speaking at a Trans-Tasman Business Circle lunch in Auckland, Reidy said KiwiRail was working with council-owned Auckland Transport, which contracts train operators to run Auckland’s commuter train services, and the New Zealand Transport Agency, responsible for an integrated transport system nationwide, to build...

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