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  •   Home > News > Politics

    An assurance Wellingtonians will start seeing action, now its transport plan's under the microscope

    An assurance Wellingtonians will start seeing action, now its transport plan's under the microscope


    An improvement plan has been introduced following a scathing review of the 6.4 billion dollar Let's Get Wellington Moving.

    It includes an independent chair being appointed to the board, three new leadership positions, and a commitment to getting spades in the ground this year.

    Wellington Mayor Andy Foster says it's a start, after countless issues were uncovered.

    He says they included large numbers of positions filled with temporary contractors.

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