Auckland, City of Cars – part 2

Episode 2 looks at the claim that Auckland is “too spread out” for sustainable transportation to work. The myth that Auckland is more dispersed than comparable cities is debunked; world-renowned transport and sustainable city guru, Professor Peter Newman, explains how Perth – a less dense city than Auckland – has built a successful and popular rail system; and the extent to which Finance Minister Michael Cullen has been captured by roading lobbyists is revealed.

Episode 2 looks at the claim that Auckland is “too spread out” for sustainable transportation to work. The myth that Auckland is more dispersed than comparable cities is debunked; world-renowned transport and sustainable city guru, Professor Peter Newman, explains how Perth – a less dense city than Auckland – has built a successful and popular rail system; and the extent to which Finance Minister Michael Cullen has been captured by roading lobbyists is revealed.

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