Auckland Council has announced the approval of Rodney foothpath projects. The Rodney Local Board will spend $7.3 million from the transport capital fund on footpaths over the next two years. According to Board Chair, Phelan Pirrie, priority will be given to the expansion of the foothpath network between towns and villages to improve safety and make it easier for people to get around. The Rodney Local Board Plan 2020, which includes the board’s funding and investment decisions, can be viewed on the council’s website.
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