Who to contact about this: Lee Begg (@llnz2) , not expert but keen Kay Jones ( Kay.Scarlet@gmail.com )

http://corridor.begg.digital/

Wellington has a good public transport system, but it is reaching its limits.

A high-frequency, high-capacity public transport spine gives a number of positive effects along its route. High quality PT has been shown to increase property values, encourage urban renewal and increase business activity. The location of the corridor also improves access between the city and the airport for tourists and other travellers. The permanent nature of the options also increases investment certainty.

There are a number of ways of achieving a high-frequency, high-capacity transport spine between Wellington Railway Station and the Eastern suburbs.