Tue, 29 May 2012 10:52a.m.
Around 40 protestors wearing only their underwear bombarded the Wellington Railway Station this morning.
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13/06/2012 12:44:36 p.m.
John Big'insfield wrote:
As soon as the government rolled out their plan for transport, this gentleman started a fitness plan to prepare for this day.
7/06/2012 5:48:04 p.m.
Do you KNOW how much public transport in Wellington already costs? If they raised the fairs any more people would be even less likely to use our awful public transport. Especially for students like myself the prices are so high in many cases it is more value for money to drive somewhere rather than take the incredibly unreliable public transport.
31/05/2012 8:29:33 a.m.
Is it not more appropriate for the Wellington Council to fund public transport as it seems to be a Wellington problem that exists here? Perhaps they raise a loan to upgrade and the commuters pay off the loan through increased fares which would be offset if more people use it. Alternatively they could work from home or in their local suburb and the problem disappears! I'd suggest motorcycles as an option but then the weather there is very unfriendly.
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