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  •   Home > News > National

    Auckland Transport's annual report shows they've made huge strides despite Covid-19

    Auckland Transport's annual report shows they've made huge strides despite Covid-19


    A record 862.1-million-dollars was invested in new infrastructure and asset renewals -- which is about 95 per cent of its budgeted capital programme.

    While about 160 construction sites were closed during Alert Level Four -- the agency managed to minimise delays and costs, and remobilise quickly once restrictions lifted.

    It says work's progressing well on the Downtown programme, Karangahape Road upgrade and the Eastern Busway.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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