Nearly six years after being first floated and four years after being promised, Auckland’s proposed light rail scheme emerged into daylight on Thursday for initial public consultation, Stuff reports. The scheme, promised by the 2017 Labour-led government, was halted a year ago due to opposition from New Zealand First. The consultation is the first public sign of progress since Auckland Transport first floated the idea in 2015.
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