Onewa Rd's controversial transit lane is set to get 68 cameras to better enforce the rules and combat abuse against Auckland Transport staff.
The 2.3 kilometre road has 17 transit zones – nine towards the city and eight towards Birkenhead - which can only be used by cars with three or more passengers between 6.30am and 9am, and 4pm-6pm, Monday to Friday.
The current enforcement method involves Auckland Transport staff standing on the side of the road with a camera, however a spokesman said that put them at risk of being abused by angry motorists.
The new cameras will allow for more consistent monitoring of the lanes, the spokesman added.
Each of the 17 transit zones will have one remote monitoring unit, each containing four cameras.
New Zealand’s lush green pastures and temperate climate means our country produces some of the world’s best beef.
New Zealand is one of McDonald’s top ten beef-producing markets and it’s such a hit with the rest of the world that a significant percentage of NZ’s beef exports are to international McDonald’s markets.
We partner with many Kiwi farmers who produce our beef, including Whangara Farms which was the first beef farm outside of Europe to be invited to the McDonald’s Flagship Farmers programme.
ANZCO Foods, based in the small Taranaki town of Waitara, are responsible for making our 100% beef patties. About 90% of the staff at the Waitara plant are locals and they manage to produce around half a million patties each day.
Our quality beef cuts are minced and that’s it. No additives or fillers, just mince that is formed in patties, before they’re flash-frozen and sent to restaurants.
Looking for a after school nanny - max 2 days a week from 5 to 7.30pm. To look after toddler who is 2 years old. Need to pick her up from Takapuna and we live in Glenfield. Need own car for transportation.
Onewa Road? Glenfield Road? Buses and ferries? Chip seal? Footpaths? Cycle lanes? Raised crossings? Park'n'rides? Roundabouts? Transit lanes? Speed limits? Yellow lines? Northern Pathway? Regional Fuel Tax?
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NOW IS YOUR CHANCE to let Auckland Transport know if they have got their transport priorities right, and whether they have allocated funding to the transport projects and initiatives that you care about.
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