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Basin Reserve transport improvements - update

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The NZ Transport Agency expects public consultation on options for planned transport improvements around the Basin Reserve to get underway after plans for upgrading the Buckle Street Memorial Park have been decided by Government.

The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) expects public consultation on options for planned transport improvements around the Basin Reserve to get underway after plans for upgrading the Buckle Street Memorial Park have been decided by Government. 

NZTA Wellington Regional Director Deborah Hume says the need to integrate the Basin Reserve improvements with the Buckle Street upgrade means it would be premature to finalise options for consultation before plans for the memorial park are confirmed.

“Public input will be an important factor in the NZTA Board’s decision-making process on the transport improvements around the Basin, and we need to ensure that those making submissions have as much information as possible.”

The planned transport improvements around the Basin Reserve are part of the Wellington Northern Corridor Road of National Significance. The improvements involve a partnership between NZTA and the Greater Wellington Regional Council, Wellington City Council and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage. 

 

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