Auckland's Climate Action Plan

POLL: Public transport improvements - How should we fund them?

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With Auckland’s population expected to continue to grow by around 500 people every week over the coming years, we need to continually invest in our transport infrastructure to keep the city moving.

Investing in transport improvements are expensive at the beginning but quickly pay for themselves in benefits.

So, how should we fund these critical transport improvements?

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The current model of using fuel taxation to pay for transport improvements is the best. Tell us more in the comments below.

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by Climate Action (Admin)
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Raising public transport fares to pay for public transport improvements would be the best idea. Tell us more in the comments below.

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The best way to fund new public transport is to use revenue from congestion charging for better public transport. Tell us more in the comments below.

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by Climate Action (Admin)
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Public transport should be funded in a different way. Tell us more in the comments below.

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