Election 2011 - Party Policies - Governmental Issues - Infrastructure

Election 2011 - Party Policies - Governmental Issues - Infrastructure

Infrastructure

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  • Strengthen rural communities through development of infrastructure and education. (more here)

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  • Support public private partnerships (PPPs) and other investment options for urgently-needed, high cost highways for which there is significant community support, but continue to treat the National Land Transport Fund as the primary source of funding.
  • Increase the Financial Assistance Rate (FAR) that is paid by central government to local authorities for the construction and maintenance of local roads up to 80% of their total costs.
  • Complete the Roads of National Significance programme, across New Zealand (including the construction of the Transmission Gully highway). (more here)

 

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