An Environment Waikato hearing commissioner has granted resource consents needed for Transit New Zealand’s proposed SH1 Te Rapa Bypass.
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Accessing bus services can be tricky for a range of people, such as the elderly, those in wheelchairs or people with hearing and vision impairments.
Environment Waikato is working with police in an attempt to minimise disruption to bus users tomorrow amid threatened protest action by truck drivers, which could clog Hamilton roads during peak morning travel hours.
Amid growing demand for buses and high petrol prices, Environment Waikato is introducing three new Direct services in Hamilton to meet the need for more buses to and from northern and western suburbs.
Canterbury University student Regan Robinson, who attended Hauraki Plains College, has won Environment Waikato’s Roger Harris Scholarship this year.