Auckland Council has ruffled feathers with last-minute possible changes to the upgrade of downtown Queen Street which is already being contested at the High Court, Stuff reports. The council launched a 48-hour online consultation, seeking views on ideas it had opposed in court. The council is trialling making the lower section of Queen Street more pedestrian-friendly with wider footpaths, a small park on one intersection, and more restricted general traffic flow.
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