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Grant
From the suburbs but in favour of more dense urban areas to prevent endless city sprawl, supported by better public & active modes of transport = preserves more
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Grant 9h
Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do! (Not sure I do actually...seems to long ago...)
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Grant Apr 20
Replying to @weebery
Canberra
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Grant Apr 20
Replying to @DeanbAdam @Samhood8
Yes come from afar or too dangerous to cycle to a lot of them at this stage.
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Grant Apr 20
I noticed an estimated time to Ellerslie from Botany direction other week IIRC (maybe a new sign which would make sense) giving either via Highbrooke or Panmure. I guess a lot more will also go the Waipuna Bridge & Penrose Rd way I only realised last night which would affect me
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Grant Apr 19
Replying to @pcuser42
Ahhhh “Glenbrook Vintage Railway”
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Grant Apr 19
This is great & a new network at the end of the month: Canberra's light rail takes its first passengers | The Canberra Times
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Grant Apr 19
Replying to @pcuser42
GVR?
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Grant Apr 19
Replying to @AucklandTrains
Hey when a temporary arrangement gives you better pedestrian access than before, straight to Queens Rd missing several dangerous crossings
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Grant Apr 19
Replying to @AucklandTrains
On the positive, Very tidy worksites I noticed, well managed it seems.
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Grant Apr 18
Replying to @AucklandTrains
I’m confused by detour maps in their newsletter, as there is two different ones both saying Easter. Maybe Tuesday normal weekdays is the other one or just a mistake in the diagram.
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Grant Apr 18
Replying to @AucklandTrains
Yes quiet as traffic. But cost $$ x1.5 wages I guess etc
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Grant Apr 18
This could be fun come Tuesday. Very quiet at the moment
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Grant Apr 18
Ripping into it now.
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Grant Apr 18
Look at that stats not your small world of one person’s perception at one moment in time.
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Grant Apr 18
Replying to @Grant_AAA
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Auckland Transport Apr 17
As the conversation around Onewa Road continues, let's be clear. T3 lanes work. Travel speeds of vehicles on the T3 lane average 14 km/h during the morning peak, compared to 3 km/h in the general lane, reducing up to nine minutes of travel time for those who carpool or use buses.
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Grant Apr 17
Sounds great: Third bus service for Rodney in three months
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Grant Apr 17
Replying to @simonjbridges
Duck off Simon
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Grant Apr 17
Replying to @Grant_AAA
Hmmm panmure one is a faster one I think which makes it scary. Royal oak you have to, what appears to be a, “push in” front of drivers to use it. So close you can’t indicate easily so half the drivers won’t making it hard to read. Not familiar with Blockhouse bay one.
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Grant Apr 17
Replying to @AucklandTrains
Funnily enough, as is typical everyday occurrence here, had hostile car horn aimed not so much at us but car to right of us pulling out in front of them. Can’t see and I’m not sure as looking forward. I suspect they going pretty quick, some pretty agro impatient locals that way
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