Brownlee says Clifford Bay ferry terminal issue is being worked on

Thu, 25 Oct 2012

By Pam Graham Oct. 26 (BusinessDesk) - Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee says he will take a paper to cabinet before Christmas on the possibility of a ferry terminal at Clifford Bay in Marlborough. The government has been looking at building a new sea freight ferry terminal at Clifford Bay, south of Seddon, which could reduce ferry crossing times by half an hour and cut the travel time to Christchurch by 50 minutes for road and 80 minutes for rail. Port Marlborough, which operates the existing ferry terminal in Picton, said in its annual re...

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