Auckland rail commuters face nearly four more years of disrupted travel until an unprecedented programme of maintenance and network upgrades are complete, Stuff reports. KiwiRail, which owns the track network, is part-way into a five-year programme which kicked off after reports in 2019 revealed decades of under-spending had created a safety risk due to wear-and-tear.
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