Auckland harbour crossing decision delayed

Auckland harbour crossing decision delayed
The government had intended to confirm its preferred option for another Waitematā Harbour crossing in June. (Image: Getty)
Oliver Lewis
Announcements on key transport projects and policies continue to be delayed, in part by the appointment of a new minister.While industry sources understand of the need for David Parker to come up to speed, they’ve also expressed concern at the uncertainty created by the government's failure to meet self-imposed timeframes.Earlier this year, former transport minister Michael Wood, who was stripped of his ministerial portfolios over disclosure issues, initiated consultation on options for an additional Waitematā Harbour crossing.The con...

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