The original advocates for cycling and walking across the Auckland Harbour Bridge are seeking political backing to revive the Skypath crossing, Stuff reports. Campaigner Bevan Woodward said the reported demise of the Government’s planned $685 million bridge for walkers and cyclists has put a decade of work back to square one. After buying the rights to the project, Waka Kotahi made significant design changes before deeming its ‘Northern Pathway’ version to be unbuildable.
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