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Rail Petition on Track for Regional Council

Tuesday, 14 November 2006, 11:37 am | Transport Action Group

The Transport Action Group’s petition containing nearly 3,500 signatures will be taken by train to the Greater Wellington Regional Council on Thursday morning. Kapiti Cr Alan Tristram, TAG chairperson , says the group will present the petition at a ... More >>

Group Has Surprise News For Porirua Commuters

Monday, 30 October 2006, 12:03 am | Transport Action Group

The Transport Action Group will be launching two surprise initiatives tomorrow morning in its campaign to improve rail services in the Wellington Region. The group, led by Councillor Alan Tristram and Lyndy McIntyre, will also get more signatures for ... More >>

Auckland protest supports Wgtn Anti-Bypass protest

Tuesday, 9 November 2004, 10:09 am | Transport Action Group

Auckland Monday 8th November – The Transport Action Group (TAG) today gathered outside Fulton Hogan regional headquarters in solidarity with the Wellington anti-bypass group that is protesting against the controversial Wellington Inner City Bypass. More >>

Press Release From Transport Action Group

Thursday, 6 May 2004, 12:58 am | Transport Action Group

The Chair of the Wellington Regional Transport Action Group has welcomed the Government’s confirmation that it will be working with Greater Wellington Regional Council to fast-track a transport funding package for Wellington. More >>

Transport Action Group Welcomes Bypass Decision

Wednesday, 28 April 2004, 11:57 am | Transport Action Group

Transit New Zealand’s decision to recommend funding of the inner city bypass is a positive first step in solving the city’s traffic problems and helping make the city more user-friendly for pedestrians, says TAG spokesperson Fran Wilde. More >>

Transmission Gully Straw Man Unacceptable

Friday, 16 April 2004, 3:53 pm | Transport Action Group

The Transit study must not be put up as a straw man to defeat the possibility of any further investigation of the Transmission Gully route, according to the chair of the Transport Action Group (Fran Wilde). More >>